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Description: Informal portrait of Mrs. Charles Belille, standing with a man and a child (possibly her husband and their child). The man wears traditional Ojibwe ceremon...
Description: Disabled children in Hillington bus going to a free show at the Capitol Theater. Bus driver and another man standing beside the bus.
Description: "Members of new Girl Scout Troop No. 7 of St. James' church are completing their fourth Girl Scout clothing kit to be sent to needy children overseas."
Description: View down dirt road. There is a millinery, dentist's office, drug store, Elsen House ice cream, and meat market. There are horse-drawn carriages on either...
Description: Train full of Polish refugees. Photograph taken by Louis Koplin during the time he worked for the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; near the Ge...
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: Carte-de-visite of architect Frank Lloyd Wright as a young boy.
Description: Shirley Widmer with Brenda Wilz and children, Chelsey and Logan, walking down middle of empty street.
Date: 1964 ca.
Description: From left: Louis Koplin's nephew, Lanny Lichter, daughter Anne Koplin, daughter Rita Koplin, son Steven Koplin.
Description: A group of African-American children pose outdoors on and in front of a pickup truck during Freedom Summer. Likely at the Freedom School, Priest Creek Bap...
Description: The Glen Haven baseball team in front of a painted backdrop. Names of players: G. Orr, 1st base; T. Ank, center field; D. Orr, left field; Les Orr, Catcher...
Description: Always looking at the vacancy in that great sea of peopleAll there ever was was a greeting cardand that one a mirage
Description: Foreign correspondent Alvin J. Steinkopf saying goodbye to Czechoslovakian children after interviewing them about their relief needs.
Description: A small race car built by Samuel Olson at the Wisconsin Oil Burner factory, 1134 Regent Street is enjoyed by his sons, Donald Olson, seated, and Gordon at...
Description: A group of farm workers, four men and four children, pose on the farm of H.D. Dutcher. The men are stacking a large pile of timothy hay, using a ladder to...
Description: Three young boys, kneeling in the grass, peer into a circus tent at the elephants.
Description: From left: Louis Koplin's nephew, Lanny Lichter, son Steven, wife Lorraine, Louis Koplin; on a visit to Joe Fink, the man responsible for bringing Koplin t...
Description: Wives of Elks Club members entertained their daughters recently at a banquet and fashion show at the club. Lynne Hubanks, her mother, Mrs. Richard (Mary M....
Description: Meta Church, Charles Postel, and Ronald Anderson, members of the Luther Memorial Church chapel choir, wear robes while posing next to a painting of an ange...
Description: Shirley Ann, age 3, and her brother, James Wertz, age 13, were chosen to present the city with the Vilas Park Zoo (Henry Vilas Zoo) new baby elephant that...
Description: Jennie, Florentina, and Edgar Krueger standing in a quarry pond. Jennie and Florentina hold up their dresses, while Edgar plays with a toy sailboat.
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