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Date: 1917 ca.
Description: A group of men and women gathered inside Pleasant View Rural School to listen to an agricultural extension presentation given by Professor Holden.
Description: Four Wisconsin High School female students painting posters for the Philomathia formal to be held February 19 at Wisconsin High School. Philomathia is a gi...
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: Color lithograph poster. Title runs across top with author's name, William Gillette, under it in upper right corner. Scene depicts a well-dressed woman sta...
Date: 1924-11-10 ca.
Description: Customer service counter at Gibson City Implement Company, an International Harvester agricultural equipment dealership. A display board of parts leans aga...
Description: Cream separators, milking machines, parts and International Harvester advertising on display behind a sign reading "Gimbels Milwaukee Week" in the show win...
Description: A worker stands at a workbench in a shop at the Chattanooga Plow Works. The man may be testing implement parts.
Description: View from behind of group of woman and children sitting in chairs and listening as an instructor points to a chart on the wall. The instructor is teaching...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Two men standing near an International Model F (or 31) truck operated by Forest Monger Public Transfer and Storage. The truck is parked in front of the Int...
Date: date unknown
Description: A view of the biology laboratory at Seton Hill College. Long work tables have work stations set with microscopes and cabinets in the back of the room con...
Description: View of Gisholt employees, all men, wearing suits and neckties, sitting around the bar of an unidentified tavern. On the wall on the right is a Sid Boyum c...
Date: 1986 ca.
Description: Pictorial map showing businesses with phone numbers, roads, railroads, and parks. Includes text titled "History of Portage County."
Description: Moseley's display window advertising the book and the movie "All Quiet On The Western Front". The store was located at 10 East Mifflin Street.
Description: Three women attend an event to display Dane County Medical Society Women's Auxiliary projects. Hilda Ewell (left), Pauline Wixson, and Helen E. Supernaw l...
Description: Color lithograph poster. Title runs across the top with the author's name just below it upper right. Scene from the drama shows a boy dressed in gray unifo...
Description: Two men stand at the counter of an International Harvester dealership. Posters and machine pamphlets are hanging in the background.
Description: Three women preparing for a YWCA benefit party to send representatives to an YWCA conference. Delores Nelson, left, is painting a poster. Violet Fisher, c...
Description: Two soldiers link arms with two women wearing dresses at the Port Clinton Service Center. The men were former International Harvester employees, and likely...
Description: International Harvester poster honoring servicemen and women during World War II featuring an illustration of three starred flags. The text reads, "Under T...
Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey and his secretary in his office in the United States Capitol.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Smokey Bear cub with Judy Bell in front of a fire-prevention poster featuring the character for whom the young bear was named.
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