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How a Senator From Wisconsin Created the Red Scare
Description: Madison Marine Reserve staff Sgt. Frank J. Kasinski embraces his wife before boarding the train taking the reserve unit for active duty in Korea.
Description: Dickey Chapelle on the Don Phuc command post, in front of a stack of sandbags, on the Vietnam-Cambodia frontier. Chapelle resided at this post for 34 days,...
Description: Dick Brilliott, left, and John Hudson, co-chairmen of the Madison Youth Clothes-for-Korea drive, eye the piles of clothing lining the halls of the Madison...
Description: Pvt. Gregory Becker, Beaver Dam (left), leader of the forty-seven "Operation Badger" Air Force recruits, is presented with numerous gifts to present (inclu...
Description: A wounded Korean War soldier being carried on an airplane for evacuation to a military hospital in Japan. This snapshot was taken by journalist and news co...
Description: Pvt. Tom Voigt, Ixonia (at right), one of forty-seven "Operation Badger" Air Force recruits sworn in at Madison, shakes hands with his father, Ray Voigt (r...
Description: Journalist John Prindle, left, conducts an on-the-street interview of T. B. Peterman, realtor, about his opinions on the Korean War.
Description: A crowd gathers to watch the Madison marine reserve unit march down West Washington Avenue to board a train for duty in Korea.
Description: James H. Roberts, age 22, member of the 32nd Division Band, during on-the-street interview about the Korean War by Journalist John Prindle.
Description: Military personnel at an early morning briefing at the First Corps headquarters in Korea. American journalist Cecil Brown is seated next to the officer in...
Description: Journalist John Prindle, right, conducting an on-the-street interview with W. H. Kelly, a sporting goods dealer and Navy veteran, about his opinions on the...
Description: Former P.O.W. George R. Hansen poses for a photograph after a football game between Wisconsin and Marquette at Camp Randall. The game climaxed a day of hon...
Description: Corporal Albert Griffin, a soldier from Milwaukee wounded in the Korean War, stands with Governor Rennebohm at the freedom bell during ceremonies at the Wi...
Description: Three members of the Madison marine reserve unit board a train for duty in Korea. From left to right are Capt. J. J. Warner, Capt. John Jensvold, and Lieut...
Description: Factory worker holding an artillery shell manufactured at Malleable Iron Range Co.
Description: Volunteer nurses Mrs. J.W. Brown and Mrs. R.H. Olsen work at the year-old Red Cross Regional Blood Center in Madison.
Supplemental materials for the 4th-grade textbook, 'Wisconsin: Our State Our Story'
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Political cartoon of General Douglas MacArthur and Trygve Lie entitled "Please, here's the towel" and captioned "The UN voting machine ratifying the Americ...
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