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Description: The Winter was a legacy of crusted weightsnow melted with the Passing of the Snowso closed and callous differences can softento the hope for co...
Description: New land cut out by real imaginary linesbased in older spirit courseslay and bedrock, flight of birds and pointed feet
Description: Although they remembered everything that could not be tolerated,their better natures,surfacing through waves of church-worn care,prevailed over...
Description: Page from Joy Camps photo album displaying two photographs. In one, a number of campers are kneeling, working in a farmer's field. A tractor and line of tr...
Description: A fire is not a place, but a containmentto keep burning.A reassembly of inner flames around the patriarch,A school and script for golden we...
Description: Patience we learned and requiemto rest the tense who dieFor we forgot the brazen earthin courtship of the sky
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Description: Original woodcut created for the letterpress print of McCormick's Harvester and Self Binder. It has three sections and is connected using wood splines. An...
Description: 200 years this tree grew here and so did IWe were raised here and brought up young ones
Description: You came to know that book by its covered distance,well remembered by the measureof the trudging barefoot mile
Description: Electrotype created for the letterpress print of McCormick's Harvester and Self Binder. A woodcut was created first, the electrotype next, then the letterp...
Description: De Pere, Wis.The sound has never left the harpThe song will never leave the well
Description: It's a day for celebration, just to be so cheering glad and everyone to know
Description: Put aside anything so futileAll that fermented timespent and blackened, much obscured,is now restored with cheese and wine
Description: Cranberry growing has been and is one of the most profitable and picturesque branches of agriculture in Wisconsin. In the 1860's and 1870's, land previousl...
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