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Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Interior portrait of two men, including the photographer, Otto Lindner. In the background is a large safe.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Otto Lindner and Edward Lindner (at the wheel) of a Model T Ford.
Description: Main Street and church in winter.
Description: Jesus Salas, in a white shirt and standing in front of the microphone with his arm raised, addresses a rally at the top of the steps in front of Waushara C...
Description: People standing in front of home, possibly that of Orlando Mathews.
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...
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: Group portrait of the Lindner children, at home.
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...
Description: View of Austin Creek mill race as it enters the sawmill building.
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: Otto Lindner home with (left to right), unidentified woman, Otto and Grace Lindner standing in front of hammock.
Description: Elevated view of a residential area. Train station and horse-drawn cart in foreground.
Description: Wautoma Police Chief, Max Blader, in uniform, smiles while he eats grapes during a grape boycott picket.
Description: Pothole on State Highway 21 & 73 in Wautoma.
Description: Sinclair station located on STH 21, 22 & 73 in Wautoma, Wisconsin.
Description: Jesus Salas, center, is the leader of Obreros Unidos (United Workers), a Chicano migrant workers' rights group started in the 1960s for the improvement of...
Description: Migrant farm workers testify at the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission (WERC) hearing after a strike in Bancroft. Seated on the left is Obreros Unid...
Description: Francisco Rodriguez of Crystal City, Texas is picketing a Wautoma grocery store during the grape boycott in 1968. Grape boycotts in Wisconsin were organize...
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...
Description: Obreros Unidos (United Workers) leaders, members and supporters at an Industrial Commission Hearing at Waushara County Courthouse. On the right, standing w...
Description: Ground-level view of workers cultivating a cucumber field with hand tools.
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