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Description: Group portrait of "Roundy" Coughlin, Wisconsin State Journal sports columnist, and three young girls who put on the play "Princess and the Pea" to c...
Description: An off-duty member of the United Fruit Company's S.S. "Santa Marta" freighter reading a newspaper. The man is resting against the wall of the ship and wear...
Description: Newspaper clipping giving information about the chapel. Above the article is a photograph of a meeting in progress.
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...
Date: date unknown
Description: The country meets the city as a "Milwaukee Journal" newsboy admires the calf entered in the animal judging competition by a young boy from the country.
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.
Description: A newspaper clipping with a photograph detailing the appearance of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt as a guest at a Civics Club event.
Description: A man unloads a bound stack of newspapers from the back of an International D-2 panel truck owned by "The Sun" newspaper.
Description: Mrs. Alice Ferguson, home service director of Madison Gas and Electric Company, tests a pie entered in the Wisconsin State Journal's annual Cook Book Recip...
Description: The Advertising Department of the "Wisconsin State Journal" has artists, copy writers, and technical experts to "help you shop."
Description: Men work in the make-up room of the newly formed Madison Newspapers, Inc. A new building on West Doty Street was added onto the Wisconsin State Journal bui...
Description: Gauer and Bloch reacting to Ruess's campaign defeat. Gauer worked full time on the campaign, but Bloch was an occasional help. According to Gauer, Ruess wa...
Description: Original caption states, "Everyone benefits. Jans Jackson, Spring Green, champion subscription salesman, of the Wisconsin State Journal carrier boys, is sh...
Description: Engraved view of gunboats passing the dam in the Red River near Alexandria.
Description: Artist Joan Holm, daughter of John and Harriet Holm of 2318 Rugby Row, paints a mural map of the city of Madison on a wall in the business offices of Madi...
Description: Full-length portrait of a woman posing in a costume made out of newspapers from the "Minneapolis Journal." She is holding an oversized ink pen and has what...
Description: Lorraine Gray and her younger brother Frank reading an RMR "help wanted" advertisement in the "Wisconsin State Journal". The RMR (Ruben-Mallory-Ray-O-Vac)...
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 &...
Description: A man in an armchair reads a newspaper featuring an advertisement for International trucks.
Description: A smiling Warren Knowles displays a newspaper with the headline "Johnson Landslide! Reynolds Re-elected". Reynolds was Knowles' political opponent.
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