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Description: The driver of the International Harvester Model "63" motor truck, that has been converted for the delivery service of the "Chicago Tribune" Newspaper, stan...
Description: Mary (Kate) Marcou Temp sits on the sofa reading a newspaper while her daughter Kate Temp kneels on the floor viewing her electronic reader on Thanksgiving...
Date: date unknown
Description: A man, a nun sit on a bench with an owl perched on the back of the bench between them. Three women stand behind them on the lawn of a resort.
Description: Pawling & Harnischfeger 1.5 ton floor operated type "S" monorail hoist in the newspaper offices of the Milwaukee Leader loaded with a roll of paper....
Description: 17-year-old Gerald Edgren, a newspaper carrier for the Capital Times, won a trip to Detroit and Canada in a magazine and newspaper contest sponsored by the...
Description: Mrs. Louis N. (Dorothy) French, new women's editor for the Wisconsin State Journal.
Description: A poster depicting a collection of news articles regarding the Federal Theatre.
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: West Doty Street, from Monona Avenue looking toward South Carroll Street, showing the back side of Madison Newspapers, Inc. The building was added on to i...
Description: Several African-American men are seated in what is likely a hotel lobby. Some of the men are reading newspapers. A sign over a doorway in the background sa...
Description: Portrait of Robert Stephen Goddertz, a Wisconsin State Journall newspaper delivery boy, wearing a large delivery bag and extending a newspaper towar...
Description: Front page of the labor newspaper We The People. The issue is dedicated to the teachers strike in Hortonville and features a drawing of people march...
Description: Governor Walter J. Kohler, Jr., meets with a delegation of Latin American newspapermen in his office at the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: Two men reading a newspaper outside of a storefront. The store's sign, partially obstructed, reads, "Richards[on]'s Flour & Feed[?] Stor[e]. Coca-cola, R...
Description: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, laughing for the camera, displays a newspaper advertisement that proclaims "McCarthyism is Treason to America."
Description: Mrs. J. Harold (Bertha) Rupp, retiring assistant society editor and women's page editor for the Wisconsin State Journal.
Date: 1855 ca.
Description: Chronicle newspaper office, the first building on the townsite of Superior, built in 1853 by William C. Howenstine, John T. Morgan, and August Zachau.
Description: Portrait of the eleven Wisconsin State Journal newspaper carriers who won three-day trips to Chicago and Milwaukee in a subscription contest sponsored by t...
Date: 1971-03-30 ca.
Description: A centerfold of an anti-war newspaper which promotes "A Treaty of Peace Between 2 Peoples." Features two photographs of American and Vietnamese citizens an...
Description: Cluttered work space of the librarian responsible for the Historical Society's newspaper collection during the period when the Society occupied rooms in th...
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