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Description: A German person who fell victim to a massacre by Poles in Lemberg, Poland as the Nazis invaded.
Description: Hardware store owners Louie Vanderiff (played by Clarence Kolb at left) and Mike Amsterdammer (Max Dill) pose in rough working clothes in a scene still for...
Description: Three charter members of the Turner auxiliary of Madison are shown at the 56th anniversary luncheon. They are Marguerite Drews, Alma Speckner, current pre...
How Wisconsin Became the Dairy State
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: August Streb leans against a chair as he poses next to his wife, Margarthe Orb Streb, who is seated. He is wearing a suit and a watch chain. Margarethe is...
Description: Louie Vanderiff (played by Clarence Kolb at left) and Mike Amsterdammer (Max Dill) pose in street clothes in a scene still for the 1917 silent comedy "Belo...
Description: German U-boat commander Lieutenant Brandt (played by Wallace Beery) and American Merchant Marine Captain Oscar Krug (Hobart Bosworth) face a crowd of angry...
Description: View down street of German soldiers on a march from the depot of the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railroad on their way to Turner Hall.
Description: Germans who fell victim to a massacre by Poles in Lemberg, Poland as the Nazis invaded.
Description: Group portrait of a German party thrown by the junior and senior class at Menomonie High School. Students are dressed as famous German figures or in tradit...
Description: Portrait of Bettina Bjorksten, an opera singer and teacher in Madison and other cities. Her family migrated from Germany to Brazil when Naziism became 'une...
Date: 1866 before
Description: Stereograph. This building, which was destroyed by fire in 1866, was located in the commercial district known as Market Square. The Square was actually a t...
Description: Group portrait of German painters relaxing in the studio of the American Panorama Company, during a break from painting the Jerusalem cyclorama depicting t...
Description: Madison Turnverein acrobats/gymnasts pose in an adagio formation, tutored by J.C. Haberman, at Madison Turner Hall, located at 21 South Butler Street.
Description: German Ambassador to the United States, Baron Friedrich Von Prittwitz und Gaffron, stands next to a railroad passenger train car.
Description: Three German prisoners of war are scrub their clothes on the cement floor of their barracks at a prisoner of war camp. The prisoners are engaged in agricul...
Description: Jack Burke stands at a podium onstage while reading a tribute and life story of Armand F. Ketterer, principal of Franklin school, standing at right.
Description: Edith Meinke from Ludinghausen, Germany, a Brittingham scholarship student at the University of Wisconsin, exhibits some Wisconsin apples during the Univer...
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