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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...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Grace Lindner, Bertha and Arthur Christiansen.
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Exterior of Otto Lindner home with Mrs Thiel (wife of Lawrence University professor) and Grace Lindner. Both women are using fur hand muffs.
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: Group portrait of the Lindner children, at home.
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: Reverend Barry Shaw, of the Wisconsin Council of Churches, speaks at the microphone addressing a rally in Wautoma. Behind him are Jesus Salas and Salvador...
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."
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Outdoor portrait of Otto Lindner near house.
Description: View of downtown Hancock with a cablecar driving down the street and people walking around on the sidewalk and crossing the street. A streetcar has been su...
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Otto Lindner standing in front of a rooming house.
Description: Sidewalk of the business district. There is an awning that says "Restaurant" and "Fine Confectionary". Some horses and a horse-drawn wagon are on the left...
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: A series of images from a contact sheet containing scenes of Obreros Unidos (United Workers) leaving Wautoma and marching towards Madison along Highway 21...
Description: The interior of a floorless tin communal shower hut with shower heads and sinks for migrant farm workers in a labor camp.
This photograph is a part of...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Sweep horsepower threshing. Men and products line the machinery near a large haystack.
Description: Jesus Salas, right, is the leader of Obreros Unidos (United Workers), a Chicano migrant workers' rights group started in the 1960s for the improvement of w...
Description: Interior portrait of Otto (on left in female dress) and Amos Lindner.
Description: Main Street in Coloma with dirt road and horse-drawn wagons.
Description: A panel of Wisconsin state officials at Waushara County Electric Cooperative building meeting with Oberos Unidos (United Workers) migrant farm workers unio...
Description: Otto Lindner and Edward Lindner (at the wheel) of a Model T Ford.
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