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Description: Eight young boys, including Sherman Benson, Don Finley and possibly Gaylord Nelson, pose together in a line.
Description: The crowd gathered outside St. Mary's Catholic Church for the funeral of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy watches as the procession to the cemetery begins.
Date: date unknown
Description: Congressman David Obey and his son Douglas perform at the "Salute to Congressman David Obey" by the Communication Workers of America. Douglas played the up...
Description: Joseph R. McCarthy opens congratulatory telegrams after his primary election victory over Senator Robert M. La Follette, Jr., a victory which ended the La...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: A late 1930s early 1940s writers workshop at Highlander run by Leon Wilson. Charlie Ferguson, Editor, Reader's Digest, working with Mrs. Joe Kelly Stockt...
Description: Senator William Proxmire of Wisconsin, and Senator Mike Mansfield of Montana, on the set of the Senate Recording Studio in Washington, D.C. From his first...
Description: City manager Leonard G. Howell, breaking the ground with a shovel, at the ground-breaking ceremony for the new Naval Reserve training center in Kendall Fie...
Description: Walter (Fritz) Mondale and David Obey have a conversation at the Better Way Club.
Date: 1956 ca.
Description: Senator and Mrs. Joseph R. McCarthy at the Gateway Hotel in Land O'Lakes. A very similar image appeared on the McCarthy's 1956 Christmas card contained in...
Description: A smiling Warren Knowles displays a newspaper with the headline "Johnson Landslide! Reynolds Re-elected". Reynolds was Knowles' political opponent.
Description: The set of the fundraising auction of Channel 10, Milwaukee's public television station. Senator William Proxmire is standing to the left of the closed B B...
Description: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy being interviewed by a newsreel crew after his victory in the 1952 Republican primary election. McCarthy was celebrating at the...
Description: A pro-La Follette political cartoon entitled "Mr. La Follette's Strongest Card" depicting Wisconsin before and after reforms brought about by Governor Robe...
Description: Gaylord Nelson, dressed in cap and gown, poses with his mother Mary Nelson at his graduation from San Jose State College in 1939.
Description: Senator William Proxmire chatting with Senator Edwin Muskie of Maine while riding on the U.S. Capitol subway.
Description: Two well-known figures in Wisconsin Democratic politics, both alternates to the national convention, are, left to right, John McGonigle, Sun Prairie, and D...
Description: David and Joan Obey (right) with Senator Gaylord Nelson (2nd from left) and Secretary of the Interior, Cecil Andres (on Nelson's left) on an Apostle Island...
Description: Congressman David Obey outdoors at Riverview Terrace for the dedication of the Obey Room. He is standing with his close friend Martin Hanson. A lawn and tr...
Description: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy greets admirers at a Republican Party dinner that honored him.
Date: 1951-04-08 ca.
Description: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy speaking.
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