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Description: "Our waitress, Megan, joined us when we dined at Trip's in Pipe."
Description: Some of the individuals attending the picnic for delegates at the Wisconsin 4-H Club conference are, left to right, Judy Rithamel, Walworth county; Lorrain...
Description: "The Wharf is located in Fox Lake."
Description: College bound coeds, left to right: Christine Brinsmade, daughter of Helen Brinsmade; Mildred Stebbins, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Born; Bela Hanson, daug...
Description: Valentine's Day postcard of a lady holding a heart, being "held up" by two "western-themed" Cupids holding pistols. She is wearing a pink and floral print...
Description: College bound coeds: Nora Ellen Haley, daughter of John and Marjorie Haley, is going to MacMurray College; Mary Lou Benner, daughter of Arthur and Louise B...
Description: A picnic was held on the University of Wisconsin inter-mural field for delegates attending the Wisconsin 4-H Club conference and picnic. From left to right...
Description: "Maly's Bus Stop (voted best fish fry) is at 404 South Center Street, Beaver Dam."
Description: "Diane was our waitress when we visited The Wharf in Fox Lake." From left to right; Diane, Shirley Widmer, John Bodden, and Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker.
Date: 1894 ca.
Description: A group portrait including Dr. Edward A. Bass, seated on the far right, next to his parents, Isaac W. and Lorinda Hill Bass. Dr. Bass's brother Frank Bas...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Boats and people at the Bayfield dock on Labor Day 1912. Boats include Thelma; Lusitania; which later became a U.S. Mail boat; Captain Angus'...
Description: Rubber workers Educational Conference. Fifth from left in front row, Zilphia Horton, sixth from left is Mr. Lewis, the Educational Director for the Rubber...
Description: "We get a new record for distance from Theresa (235 miles) when we visit at Park Inn in Chippewa Falls."
Date: date unknown
Description: A hairstylist applies haircolor to a woman's hair.
Description: Women from the Unitarian Church with dolls for the war-blighted children of Europe and Asia. In the foreground is Mrs. F.H. (Ruby) King, one of Madison's o...
Description: Wilbur J. Cohen, at the podium during his swearing-in as Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, makes a remark that causes his wife Eloise, President...
Description: Carte-de-visite portrait of Nina Sturgis Dousman.
Description: Man uses a McCormick-Deering Fairway 12 tractor and mowing attachment to care for lawns (and golf course?) at a country club. Sun bathers are in the backgr...
Description: Portrait of Zilphia Horton, wife of Myles Horton, the founder of Highlander Folk School.
Description: Either an auction or a judged show featuring dairy cattle. Spectators are arranged on three sides of the stage. Poster on the back wall reads "Milk's Might...
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