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Description: Three illegal gambling machines in the Silver Arrow Tavern on U.S. Highway 12.
Description: Ed Gein and a police officer wait at the counter at the State Crime Lab.
Description: A group of people gathers in front of the DeForest State Bank, site of a robbery.
Description: Group portrait of the George "Butch" King murder trial jury. King, accused of the murder of Sadie Jackson, was declared not guilty by reason of insanity a...
Description: An illegal gambling machine in a tavern.
Date: 1956 ca.
Description: German film poster for the American film. The words "Kill" and "Killer" are in red and out of focus above the title. Below the title are three guns, one po...
Description: Portrait of W.J. Baw Doylestown Bank robbery gunshot victim who was shot through the wrist as he attempted, with only a brick as a weapon, to attack one of...
Description: Ed Gein is escorted by three law enforcement officers to the State Crime Lab.
Date: 1860 after
Description: Two images of the "family" of Virginia. Above depicts a happy, prosperous "family" at the Declaration of Independence in 1776. A banner with the stars and...
Description: Poster advocating for the release of the Camp McCoy 3--Tom Chase, Steve Geden, and Daniel Kreps, 3 GI's--for their involvement in the bombing of Camp McCoy...
Description: Sheriff Lawrence O. Larson opens confiscated slot machines to extract money and Andrew Serstad, turnkey at the county jail, smashes other confiscated slot...
Description: A.A. Linde, cashier, and Carl Linde, assistant cashier of DeForest State Bank, display the ropes and gag used during a robbery of the bank.
Description: Bombed street and Catholic Church in Phat Diem, North Vietnam. American journalist David Schoenbrun, who visited the city in August 1967, reported that the...
Description: Illegal gambling machines in Kelley's Tavern, in the city of Lake Geneva.
Description: Mr. Pepper (played by Charles Lee) lies dead on the floor as his daughter Jane (Irene Hunt) kneels beside him in shock. In the background sitting by a smal...
Description: Emil A. Hayden, treasurer-manager of the Madison Drug Company, 654 Williamson Street, shown in the company storeroom where he had been bound and gagged by...
Description: Two illegal gambling machines in the Brass Ball Tavern.
Description: Window-breaker John O'Connor, 18, with Detective Kennety Hartwich in court. He pleaded guilty to smashing $2,210 worth of front windows at 14 State Street...
Description: Shooting of Charles C.P. Arndt by James Vineyard in the territorial council chamber of the legislature. This depiction of the event was created by the staf...
Description: Andrew Serstad, turnkey at the county jail, uses a sledge hammer to smash a confiscated slot machine with Sheriff Lawrence O. Larson looking on.
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