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Date: 1970-04-25 ca.
Description: A crowd of people in a circle are dancing at the foot of the stage at the Sound Storm music festival. Other audience members are standing around them watc...
Description: Hildegarde Loretta Sell, better known as Hildegarde, was a well known cabaret singer who was born in Adell, Wisconsin in 1906 and raised in New Holstein. D...
Description: A young boy and girl pose for a studio portrait, playing musical instruments in front of a painted backdrop. The boy wears a matching suit jacket and short...
Description: Captain Billy's Whiz Band performing on stage at the Sound Storm music festival as seen from the audience. Keyboard player, Larry Robertson (left), drummer...
Description: Color lithograph poster advertising the musical "The Cow-boy Girl" depicting Pa trying to talk to Ma through her ear horn. Kilroy and Britton were the prod...
Description: A barefoot young female audience member wearing a macrame shirt and smoking a cigarette leans against the ramp to the main stage at the Sound Storm music f...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: View of twenty-one men marching outside holding rifles, drums and bugles. Many of the men are wearing hats.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A street musician named Frank Ritter playing violin on a city sidewalk (possibly in Chicago), with a dog leashed to his belt. A tin cup is attached to the...
Description: The Milwaukee Braves and the New York Yankees standing on the first and third baselines for the national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner".
Description: Larry Robertson, keyboardist for Captain Billy's Whiz Band wearing a fringed vest performing on stage at the Sound Storm music festival. There is a stack o...
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Miss Streeter leading school children in the "shoemaker's song". Another woman stands near a Victrola. The children are outdoors under trees. Possibly in a...
Date: date unknown
Description: A young girl practices her trumpet on a dairy farm.
Description: Wisconsin writer August Derleth and his jazz collection.
Description: An unidentified trumpeter, shirtless and wearing bell-bottoms, performing at the front of the stage at the Sound Storm music festival, as seen from the rea...
Description: Pete Seeger with a banjo performing at a picnic, perhaps a fund-raising event, for the "Guardian", a radical weekly newspaper.
Description: View from back of stage of the Grateful Dead, featuring Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann, and Jerry Garcia, playing on stage at the Sound Storm Festiva...
Description: Chief Albert Yellow Thunder at Winnebago (HoChunk) Indian Village wearing headdress in front of teepee.
Description: Keith Anderson, bass player for Illinois Speed Press, wearing a furry hat and a leather jacket while playing on stage at night at the Sound Storm music fes...
Wisconsin Historical Museum Object – Feature Story
Description: Women's chorus performing in WHA studio.
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