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Description: An example of a pilot plant to remove phosphorus from sewage effluent be engineering professors William L. Lea and Gerard A. Rohlich.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Science Hall from Bascom Hill on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. There is a large smokestack on the left behind trees.
Description: Hulda Gieschen and Dr. Warren E. Gilson, who specializes in electro-physiology and medical electronics at the University of Wisconsin, are looking at a Gil...
Description: A trio of pharmacists consult one another about a prescription order.
Description: University of Wisconsin home economics graduates on the research staff of Oscar Mayer and Co. Theresa DiPiazza, Lorraine Splies and Donna Otto do research...
Description: Katharine Mather of the Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station checks a computer analysis of the composition of cement.
Date: date unknown
Description: Alexander Gymnasium and Chemistry Institute on the campus of Lawrence University.
Description: Pharmacist Joyce Smith Gaines examines a product in her laboratory.
Description: Several patented golf tees designed to slip over the handle of a golf club. Shown are two different types of two-pronged tees, a three-pronged tee, a singl...
Description: At left, Lynn Hazelbaker is shown demonstrating the winning entry of the Madison Youth Council's rat bait box building contest built by Edward Ripp, age 14...
Date: 1863 ca.
Description: A diagram of a table saw, designed and drawn by John Muir.
Description: Floyd Klahn (left), Dale Ross, and B. L. Macken stand by a new electronic scale used to weigh Madison Soap Box Derby entries.
Description: View across Park Street of Science Hall building after the fire of December 1, 1884, on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The building's exterior...
Description: Biochemist, Professor Conrad Elvehjem in his laboratory. His research led to the discovery of a cure for human pellegra and to knowledge of the nutritional...
Description: A woman dressed to play golf smiles as a bucket of golf balls is spilled at her feet. This is one of several demonstrations of strobe light functions at F...
Description: The airplane invented by Carl S. Bates on the beach at Daytona Beach, Florida. Coverage of this event by a local newspaper noted that the advantages of Bat...
Description: The Elk Mound High School band entertaining farmers as they weigh in loads of scrap at Ausman Implement Company, an International Harvester dealership. The...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: A man sits behind the wheel of what appears to be an experimental tractor. The location is staged for a photo shoot, with a white cloth hung in front of a...
Description: Group of men and young boys are gathered outdoors while weighing bales of cotton on a large hanging scale manufactured by Smith.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View of Science Hall and the Chemical Laboratory building, looking southwest from Lake Mendota on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. On the shorel...
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