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Description: General line color catalog illustration of an International rake hay loader. The text beside the illustration reads, "Smooth Running; Clean Raking; Simple,...
Description: Card menu for the Wisconsin Authors' Club Banquet at Klosterheim. On the top left is a framed landscape of trees overlooking a body of water.
Description: Letterhead of Menominee Indian Mills of Neopit, Wisconsin, a mill "under supervision of the United States Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affa...
Date: date unknown
Description: The printed back of a studio portrait for the Stevens Art Studio of Chicago.
Description: Lithograph view of The Pabst German Stadt Theater on Oneida Street in Milwaukee, Wis.
Description: Letterhead of the Cream City Sash & Door Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, "Manufacturers of Glazed Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings & Interior Work", with fo...
Description: Front cover and interior of menu for the convention banquet of the Democratic Organizing Committee. On the cover is a drawing of a donkey kicking its back...
Description: General line color catalog illustration of a Keystone gearless hay loader. The text beside the illustration reads, "The Efficient One-Man Loader" and "8-fo...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: First Methodist Church.
Description: Valentine's Day "secret pal" card with a peach on the front, and a cake and plum on the inside (all shown). The peach has long eyelashes, red lipstick and...
Description: Text of the Emancipation Proclamation by Abraham Lincoln. Includes a portrait of Abraham Lincoln.
Description: Memorial Edition of "La Follette's Magazine," page 107. The magazine later became known as the "Progressive Magazine."