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Date: 1913 before
Description: Features two illustrations. The top cut reads: "Hardware & Tools." The bottom illustration is fishing tackl [sic]. Cut reads: "Fishing tackl guns and ammun...
Description: The cover of Volume A of the Widmer's fish fry collection with the drawing of a yellow perch. The quote at the bottom reads "You know what? We're glad we c...
Description: Synopsis of Indian Hieroglyphics. Pictographs 71-140, including birds, human figures, plants, animals and other symbols.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Herman Riebe, Alexander Krueger, and an unidentified man are kneeling next to a pile of fish they are cleaning. All the men are holding several of the fish...
Date: 1884 date unknown
Description: Small group of Native Americans spearing fish through ice on a river. Mountains can be seen in the background.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two-fold cover, back cover blank. Front has a cartoon of a warmly dressed man pushing a sled with a fish wearing a top hat smoking a cigar and holding a be...
Description: Two-fold page, back panel blank, front panel with cartoon fish wearing a scarf jumping from a hole in the ice. There is a fisherman in the background with...
Description: Two pictographs: Pictograph C., Okundekund, and his Band of Ontonagon, Michigan, and Pictograph D., Kakake-Ogwunaosh, and his Band of the Head of the Wisc...
Description: Pictograph E., Plate 63, "Kaizheosh, and his Band from Lake Vieu Desert. Michigan and Wisconsin." A group of symbols including birds, animals, a fish and a...
Description: Sketches of Native American marks in James Doty's travel journal. Most of the marks represent different types of fish.
Description: Kenisteno, and his Band of Trout Lake, Wisconsin. One row of birds, animals and fish pictographs.
Description: Cartoon of warmly dressed men working on conveyor belt on a frozen lake. Fish on a stringer are being pulled up from a hole in the ice onto the conveyor be...
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