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Description: Informal portrait of Mrs. Charles Belille, standing with a man and a child (possibly her husband and their child). The man wears traditional Ojibwe ceremon...
Description: Full-length studio portrait of Black Dog, wife, and papoose sitting.
Description: View, from above, of what may be the G. Gullockson farmstead. A frame house with people in front is in the left foreground with a pond on the right.
Description: The Myers have lived here for 8 years. Mary Jo's father is Jim Schinderle of Mayville. He is a pillar in the Mayville Historical Society.
Description: Eleanor Roosevelt and her daughter Anna have the NRA labels in their coats inspected by David Dubinsky, president of the ILG WU (left) and Raymond Ingersol...
Description: Winifred Bundy, secretary of the School of Music at UW-Madison, and her uncle, Bill Morgan. Both recorded for song collector Helene Stratman-Thomas.
Date: 1964 ca.
Description: From left: Louis Koplin's nephew, Lanny Lichter, daughter Anne Koplin, daughter Rita Koplin, son Steven Koplin.
Date: 1877 ca.
Description: Group portrait of an extended family of nine men, five women and sixteen children.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Inside spread of flyer, featuring Henry Balabanow, Mardoni and Louise, Lou Karns and The Pheby Sisters. The event was held at the high school gymnasium in...
Description: Mrs. Theodore Statz and her 6-month old daughter Cindy in the yard of their basement apartment at 425 West Wilson Street. They are soon to be evicted becau...
Description: Cooper, the dog, joins the Wondra family on the steps of this old granary on the Wondra property.
Description: From left: Louis Koplin's nephew, Lanny Lichter, son Steven, wife Lorraine, Louis Koplin; on a visit to Joe Fink, the man responsible for bringing Koplin t...
Description: Cyanotype of sisters Ellen Lloyd Jones (left) and Jane Lloyd Jones who founded and ran Hillside Home School. The women are the aunts of architect Frank Llo...
Description: Shirley Ann, age 3, and her brother, James Wertz, age 13, were chosen to present the city with the Vilas Park Zoo (Henry Vilas Zoo) new baby elephant that...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Family by wood fence with one child sitting on top of gate; wood house with upper window shutter closed and shutter trim around doorway; trellis by porch....
Description: Extended family of fourteen posed in their best clothes outside a home. Older woman seated in rocking chair, with men, women, girls, boy and baby.
Description: View of a poplar-lined lane. Two people are in the foreground in a wagon. The people are possibly members of the Coolidge family.
Description: Herman Straus and son standing in front of printing press at Straus Printing Co., 214 East Washington Avenue.
Date: 1903 ca.
Description: Wendorf family monument located within Oak Hill cemetery.
Description: Portrait of Luan Hoesly seated at an electric organ keyboard. She and her mother Marion Hoesly, who played a piano, performed duets for a weekly radio broa...
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