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Date: 1915-02-22 ca.
Description: A group of men, women, and children gather around an outdoor barbecue pit as meat roasts. The barbecue took place at Louis Frank Sessions' farm during a me...
Date: date unknown
Description: Four African American women pose while sitting on porch steps. Three of them wear slacks and blouses, while the woman in front is wearing a white pantsuit....
Date: 1966 before
Description: A crowd outside the Madison County courthouse is addressed by four men standing on top of the courthouse steps. In the background, commercial buildings ar...
Description: Professor C.W. Farr stands on an elevated platform at the front of a classroom at the Burrell School while presenting on the subject of agricultural divers...
Date: 1974-04 ca.
Description: Hilton Hanna (left), a national leader in the Amalgamated Meatcutters and Butcher Workers union, swears in the new officers of Local 248 in Milwaukee.
Description: A group of three men and one woman stand atop the steps of the Madison County courthouse, facing away from the building. One man holds a book in his hands...
Description: Quarter-length portrait of L.C. Bates, editor and publisher of the the "Arkansas State Press," a crusading Little Rock newspaper and the husband of the Ark...
Description: Three men stand in front of the Madison County courthouse, facing away from the building. Two men hold a book together.
Description: Paul Spencer, a member of United Packinghouse Workers Local 270 in Memphis, reminds citizens of his locals' strike against Wilson & Co.
Description: Vito Marcantonio, New York congressman, with some future voters. He is standing outdoors with a group of young boys in front of his office, which is in a t...
Description: Congressman David Obey of Wisconsin leans over to confer with Congressman Tim Wirth during a meeting of the House Budget Committee. Obey's aide Scott Lill...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: African American prisoner hauling goods with a horse-drawn wagon. Original caption reads: "Baled alfalfa, bacon, flour and grain which have all been shipp...
Date: 1941-09-19 ca.
Description: A group of men and women who have applied for employment at the new St. Paul Works sit around a table. They are being interviewed by representatives of Int...
Description: The Reverend Erwin G. Tieman baptizes infants as part of a Lutheran crusade for Christ evangelism.
Description: Five African American men wearing suits and singing into a microphone. There is a small farmers union sign on the back wall.
Description: A line of people walks down a sidewalk and across the street. Behind them is the Madison County courthouse.
Description: From left to right, Aunt Mary, Betty Arms and Wilbur Arms pose in front of the house at 1344 East Wilson Street. Lewis Arms was born in this house.
Description: Ten Navy cooks and bakers watching meat carving demonstration by Chef Carson Gulley, UW residence hall chef. Soldiers include Robert W. Merryman, Vernon R....
Description: Striking members of United Packinghouse Workers Local 270 stand near the Swift & Co., plant in membership in an attempt to prevent Wilson products being lo...
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