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Description: Cover of "The Second Coming," an underground newspaper, featuring a cartoon of a red-haired woman exclaiming in a speech bubble, "Don't fergit [sic]...
Description: Cover of "Gothic Blimp Works," an underground comic newspaper, featuring a cartoon by Robert Crumb.
Description: Cover of "Dallas News," an underground newspaper, featuring a photograph of Groucho Marx and a woman, with the headline, "Groucho calls for Nixon's Assassi...
Description: Newspaper clipping titled: "The Little Darling" shows a couple holding an orphan train child as two other women look on.
Description: Advertisment for the "Wisconsin Argus" newspaper published in Madison, Wisconsin by S.D. Carpenter and H.A. Tenney.
Description: Cover of "The East Village Other," an underground newspaper, featuring a cartoon bomb on top of a pile of money. The headline reads, "Booming the Economy."...
Description: Imaginative pen and ink drawing. "The opening of the state fishing season Saturday would not seem official without publishing one of Sid Boyum's perennial...
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Description: Head and shoulders portrait drawing of Thomas Kidd.
Description: Officials gathered to dedicate the Knaggs Ferry historical marker in Oshkosh. The officials included, from left to right, Edward Hamilton, vice-president o...
Description: A newspaper clipping with a photograph detailing the appearance of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt as a guest at a Civics Club event.
Description: Capitol Square images from a 1956 Wisconsin State Journal article.
Description: Gordon Yadon, a member of the Mabie Brothers circus tent, and Mary Lou Lawrence, aerialist and trapeze artist, reading the historical marker documenting De...
Description: Original UPI Wirephoto transmission. Caption reads: "President John F. Kennedy greets a well wisher at airport shortly after his arrival here 11/22. In the...
Description: First newspaper printing of "The Star Spangled Banner". Printed six days after the Battle of Fort McHenry, where Frances Scott Key wrote the poem that woul...
Description: Page one of "The Workingman's Advocate." The front page of the newspaper includes an illustration that advertises "Artificial Legs and Arms" for wounded Ci...
Description: Cover of "Liberation News Service," an underground news bulletin, featuring a Vietnamese woman carrying a firearm on her shoulder.
Description: Newspaper clipping of a man holding a small child in his arms who arrived on the orphan train for adoption. The caption is: "He Wins A Prize."
Description: Original UPI Wirephoto transmission. Caption reads: "Dallas: President John F. Kennedy is shown in motorcade as it moved toward the downtown area. In cente...
Description: Wood engraving advertisement of a souvenir teaspoon bearing the likeness of Old Abe, the Wisconsin Civil War eagle, on the handle. Text reads "For sale by...
Description: Newspaper photograph of the Robert Lamp home, 22 North Butler Street, built by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1903, and hidden in the center of one of Madison's upt...
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