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Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Two unidentified women pose near platform swing at the Otto Lindner house.
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: "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: Buildings along an unpaved road served as a camp for migrant farm workers working for the Green Bay Food Company.
In 1946, more than 4,000 farmworkers fr...
Date: date unknown
Description: An advertisement for El Nina Rancho, "a bit of old Mexico transplanted in beautiful Waushara County." The ad includes a photograph of people in riding clot...
Date: 1924 ca.
Description: Interior portrait of the three Lindner sisters, Helen (later Griffin), Ruth (later Rowland), and Janet (later Race).
Description: View of Austin Creek mill race as it enters the sawmill building.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Railroad engine on turntable at railroad yard. Possibly in Adams, Wisconsin.
Description: A job advertisement published in the "Waushara Argus" seeking men and women over the age of 16 to work at the Chicago Pickle Company.
This photograph is...
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: Group of seven people seated in a field and eating raw potatoes. The family dog is also present.
Description: Four young men sitting in front of a grocery store. The young man on the left is sitting beside a crate of corn, wearing sunglasses and holding a bag of gr...
Description: Letterhead of the Waushara County Clerk's office, with a three-quarter view of the county courthouse, a fence in front of the building, and a partial frame...
Description: A migrant worker family stands in front of a parked vehicle and a cabin that serves as temporary housing in a Wautoma labor camp. Some of the children are...
Description: Interior of the Otto Lindner home with Otto and Grace George Lindner.
Photographer David Giffey Captures Details of Migrant Worker Life
Description: The Clark Oil Company station at the corner of State Highway 73 & 21 and Baxter Avenue.
Description: Andrew Dahl's children, Lars, Theodor, and Bertha.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Otto Lindner posing for portrait with church school class.
Date: 1960 ca.
Description: This map shows water mains, valves, hydrants, crosses, tees, and elevated tanks. The back of the map reads: "Notice of public hearing from T.H. Schuette, v...
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