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Date: 1910 ca.

Description: The women sit at a table on which are papers with Asiatic lettering, along with a teapot and teacups. Behind the group are sliding wooden door panels. In f...


Home Canning

Date: 1915 ca.

Description: A woman wearing a dress and bonnet uses a wire potato masher to remove a jar of peaches from a vat of boiling water. Several jars of canned goods stand on...

Date: 1945-04-16 

Description: Robert Doyle (shirtles), works at the typewriter in his quarters in the BOQ (Bachelor Officer Quarters) #5, room 110, at CINCPAC (Commander in Chief, Pacif...


Radical Editor

Date: 1978-10-23 

Description: Jack A. Smith, managing editor of the "Guardian", a weekly radical newspaper. Smith's admiration for Chinese communism is suggested by the decorations on h...

Date: 1935 

Description: This map shows streets, railroads, and city wards. Streets, the Oconto River, and the Green Bay are labeled. The bottom of the map reads: "Compliments of O...

Date: 1948-02-25 

Description: Mrs. Joseph (Betty Pruett) Farrington, former police reporter, recalls work days with Russell B. Pyre, current reporter. She was a police reporter from 191...

Date: 1958-10-27 

Description: The Wisconsin State Journal has a new cookbook classification for teenagers. Beth Kube, a seventh grade student from Lake Mills, has the distinction of bei...


Family of Eight

Date: 1876 ca.

Description: Family of eight seated in a semi-circle in yard with a stucco upright and wing house in the background.

Date: 1916 

Description: Exterior view of side of the James DeNoon Reymert's printing office, built in 1847. This office printed the first Norwegian newspaper, the "Nordyset", in t...


Irwin Silber

Date: 1975-04 ca.

Description: "Irwin Silber, an editor of the 'Guardian'", a radical weekly newspaper, speaking to an anti-war rally in a square near a large sculpture.

Date: 1857 ca.

Description: Green Bay Intelligencer Newspaper Office. This was the first newspaper published in Wisconsin. The building was on Main Street. This drawing appeared in...

Date: 1950-12-02 

Description: Cub Scouts from Pack 304 place toys for less fortunate boys and girls under a Christmas tree at St. Mark's Lutheran Church. The toys will go to the Wiscons...

Date: 1952-03-29 

Description: Boy modeling jacket, one of 11 prizes in the Wisconsin State Journal circulation contest. The other prizes pictured on 10 negatives are: flashlight, axe &...

Date: 1954-06-30 

Description: Madison Newspaper, Inc. hosts a picnic as special recognition to newspaper carriers, each an individual businessman, who carry the paper in any type of wea...

Date: 1948-09-25 

Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm signing a proclamation for Newspaperboy Day. Observing the signing ceremony are four newspaper boys. From left to right are Ken...

Newspaper Article/Clipping

Underground Newspaper Cover: The Rag

Date: 1969-03 

Description: Cover of "The Rag." an underground newspaper, featuring a photograph of a young-looking girl smoking a marijuana joint.

Date: 1931 

Description: The newspaper used this building from 1907 until the mid or late 1920's. A few cars are parked in front of the building. A sign for the Good Fellow House...

Date: 1960-10-25 

Description: West Side Business Men's Association president W. James Atkins (left) and auction chairman B. E. Miller present checks for money raised at the association'...

Date: 1871 ca.

Description: Family of eight seated in a semi-circle in a yard with a stucco upright and wing house in the background.

Date: 1926-09-25 

Description: International Model 63 truck operated by the Chicago Tribune Company. The driver is standing on the truck's running board and looking to the rear. A sign o...

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