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Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A wooden exhibit cabinet, apparently recently constructed, on what appears to be a factory or shop floor with a work table, ladder, saw horse and wood shav...
Description: A visitor to the Wisconsin State Fair is so curious about one entry in a display of rugs and textiles that she reaches through a protective barrier in orde...
Description: Mothers of young children view display of "New Uses of Familiar Things" at the University of Wisconsin Farm and Home Week. Pictured left to right: Susan M...
Description: Wisconsin Historical Society employees Dawn Young and Ray Lamb staff the museum's historical drugstore exhibit.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Exhibit poster illustrating a "Daily Program for Boys & Girls," including "brush teeth, walk slowly to school," "clean up for supper" and "no late hours."
Description: Members of the Kettle Moraine Railroad Club operate an HO gauge railroad on a 7x25 foot platform at a weekend model railroad show.
Description: Edith Johnson, left and June Anderson preparing to hang their pictures as part of a display at the Madison Public Library featuring the artwork of thirteen...
Description: Bring back somehow the big HelloProlong the noisiest dayThe clapping hands are stilled too soonAnd much too far away
Date: 1899 ca.
Description: Employees of a McCormick dealership and family members standing in a pavilion with a display of McCormick farm machinery. A crowd is pressed up against the...
Description: View of an U.S. Pharmacopeia exhibit at the 1931 American Medical Association Conference. The exhibit showcases hypnotics, digitalis, analgesics, and iodin...
Description: Cyanotype scenic view of the 1893 Chicago World's Columbian Exposition grounds showing the U.S. Government Building and a bridge over the lagoon.
Description: Friends Homer Graber and Gilbert May of Mineral Point, show their baby beef calves that won the grand champion and reserve champion titles at the Livestock...
Description: Model of a gas station from an exhibit of the works of Frank Lloyd Wright at the Layton Art Gallery in Milwaukee, which toured the United States between 19...
Description: Text with the photograph reads: "Paul Vanderbilt, curator of the photographic collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, at the opening of t...
Description: University of Wisconsin associate professor Dr. Helen C. Dawe, (right) explaining how stringing colored wooden beads aids children's eye-hand coordination....
Date: date unknown
Description: Old time hive display at Honey Acres. Hives from left to right: skep, chaf hive, two colony hive, 1890 hive, and modern hive.
Description: A flower arrangement by Elva Powers entered in the Orchard Ridge Garden Club flower show sits on a side table. The arrangement is a combination of yellow r...
Description: The Gardner Bakery Company booth at the Wisconsin Centennial Industrial Exposition held in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House.
Description: View of the U.S. Pharmacopeia's exhibit at the 1937 meeting of the American Medical Association. The exhibit highlights various advancements in drug treatm...
Description: Interior view of the East Side Businessman's Association (ESBMA) Fall Festival at the Four Lakes Ordnance Building, 2810-2822 Atwood Avenue.
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