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Description: Portrait of the seven Wisconsin Supreme Court judges seated in the Supreme Court Chamber at the Wisconsin State Capitol Building. The justices, seated left...
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: These maps are composites of selected exhibits and evidence submitted to the Supreme Court by the states of Wisconsin and Michigan between 1923 and 1926. T...
Description: Unidentified image of a young man in a suit and tie being escorted by a police officer into a court room.
Description: Two candidates for Dane County judgeship attend the dinner meeting during the Madison League of Women Voters convention at the Unitarian Meeting House. Mrs...
Description: Supreme Court doorway, with a sculpture of a badger over the door in the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: A woman testifying during the Highlander investigation.
Description: Dr. Hertha Tarrasch, center, psychiatrist, spoke to the foster parents, telling them about emotional problems of children. Dr. Tarrasch, who is consulting...
Description: Artist's courtroom depiction of Karlton Armstrong. He is sitting with his arms folded and legs crossed, with the judge visible in the background.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: A view of the Columbia County Court House.
Description: Ron Ross, president of the Tri-Association Council of the East Side Business Men's Association, the West Side Business Men's Association and the South Side...
Description: Three men who testified on behalf of Sandy, a collie dog owned by Russell Nelson, accused of being a vicious animal, sit behind a table . They were Hugo M...
Description: Portrait of Circuit Judge Russell E. Hanson, presiding judge at the Jon (Mickey) Hayes double murder trial. Hayes is accused of shooting his father and ano...
Description: The south west sheet of a four sheet map of Virginia, showing the counties, mountains, rivers, court houses, a few cities, and mills. A few Plantations ar...
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: George Beecraft, 23, of 121 S. Marquette Street is shown (right) pleading not guilty before Superior Judge Roy H. Proctor to charges of safecracking at the...
Description: Arthur M. Joys family during his trial including his wife, Mina Ruth (center), and his daughters, Janet (left), and Joan (right). Arthur's trial resulted i...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Formal group portrait of the United States Supreme Court with Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes (1862-1948) seated in the middle of the front row.
Description: Portrait of District Attorney Robert W. Arthur as he appeared in Dane County circuit court to argue against dismissal of one of his lobbying cases.
Description: Large crowd that filled the circuit courtroom of the Dane County Court House at a public hearing on proposed sites for the county home for the chronically...
Description: Portrait of Catherine Libby, a secretary to State Supreme Court Chief Justice Edward T. Fairchild.
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