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Description: German youth marching during a Nazi rally in Danzig.
Wisconsin Historical Museum Object – Feature Story
Date: 1936-07-08 before
Description: Farewell dinner menu in the form of a house decorated with folk art painting and trim, and a man and a woman in traditional dress perched at the two open w...
Description: Charles Pfeifer stands on the entrance steps to the drugstore with his wife Emma Pfeifer, who holds a baby. Other children and adults pose with them.
Description: German prisoner of war pitching pea vines into a viner at a cannery.
Symbol of Milwaukee Socialism
Description: Bodies of Germans killed by Poles in Lemberg when the Nazis invaded Poland. American journalist Alvin Steinkopf was one of a number of journalists from neu...
Description: Disarming of German soldiers after the war in Amsterdam.
Description: Twelve boys and girls, coached by J.C. Haberman, in an acrobatic/gymnastic pose at the Madison Turners Hall, 21 South Butler Street. They performed seven "...
Description: Crowd gathered at Chicago & St. Louis Railroad Station to see off a colony of emigrants from Chicago who planned to settle in Colorado on a tract of land p...
Description: Mrs. Marianne Lohan, who is the visiting head of the "Free Movement" Girl Scouts in Germany, visits with members of Madison Girl Scout Troop 37 at Washingt...
Date: 1937 ca.
Description: Group portrait of summer camp, attended by Ruth Hirschhahn (half-sister of Eva Deutschkron); Krummhubel, Germany.
Description: Digging for bodies in a mass grave near Lemberg, Poland, where German civilians were killed by the Poles during the Nazi invasion. American journalist Alvi...
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...
Date: 1852 ca.
Description: Printed petition addressed to Governor Leonard J. Farwell concerning the lack of qualifications of the present state Emigrant Agent and their desire for th...
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: German prisoners of war line up for inspection outside their barracks before going to work at a local cannery.
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