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Date: 1960 ca.
Description: The entrance gate to Howes Corners Cemetery on Beechnut Avenue. The large tree in the center has a downed limb which has fallen over some of the graves.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Interior portrait of two men, including the photographer, Otto Lindner. In the background is a large safe.
Description: At the center stands Father Antonio Gonzales, a former migrant worker from Rio Grande City, Texas, who is visiting his parents in Wautoma. In 1966, he led...
Description: Notice of farm auction sale for farm and personal property of Ed Gein. The farmhouse was destroyed by fire before the auction took place.
Description: A woman and man, members of Obreros Unidos, (United Workers) sit crossed legged on a roadside of Highway 21 eating lunch. They are resting from a march to...
Description: Bridge over the Pine River.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Otto Lindner and Edward Lindner (at the wheel) of a Model T Ford.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Waushara County Court House. There is a statue in the foreground and homes in the background.
Description: "On Groundhog Day, Andrew J. Mueller went out early with his camera and set up a crystal ball to aid the groundhog in his predictions. He set up the camera...
Description: A boy wearing a white short-sleeved t-shirt and dark pants is barefoot and standing to the left of a communal shower hut for migrant farm workers in a Waut...
Description: Close-up portrait of a migrant farm worker listening to speeches at an Oberos Unidos (United Workers) pre-march rally at Waushara Courthouse. The march was...
Description: Exteior of the Otto Lindner farm, with family on porch.
Description: Traffic on Oxford Street (State Highway 21&73), with a parking meter in the foreground and old storefronts in the distance.
Description: A sign stapled to a tree on a labor camp that says "No trespassing/Visitors will be prosecuted under Section 943.13, Wis. State." This sign was typically u...
Description: People standing in front of home, possibly that of Orlando Mathews.
Description: 30 marchers of Obreros Unidos (United Workers) march from Wautoma to Madison on Highway 21 to petition lawmakers to hold farms and food industry corporatio...
Description: Several farmers posing with a very large haystack. A man identified as "Uncle Dave" is standing on top of the hay.
Date: 1908-11-20 ca.
Description: Photographic postcard of dramatic night fire, with ruins and figures in silhouette. Written on the photograph is "One A.M." and "Loss $50,000."
Description: Two boys standing on the sidewalk are distributing "La Voz Mexicana" ("The Mexican Voice"), the official newspaper of Obreros Unidos (United Workers), a un...
Description: Interior portrait of Otto Lindner and unidentified woman in mercantile store.
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