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Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Filter plant for the Northern Paper Mills under construction.
Date: date unknown
Description: A view of the main entrance to Putnam Park, including two wooden towers on either side of the road, various cannons and cannon balls, and a swing set.
Description: Striking workers and police outside of Plankinton Meat Packing.
Description: Interior view of the Stevens Point Public Library. The library opened in 1904 and was funded by a $22,000 donation from Andrew Carnegie. In the room is a p...
Description: Carte-de-visite portrait of Spencer Fullerton Baird (1823-1887), American ornithologist and ichthylogist. In 1838, Baird met John James Audubon, after whic...
Description: Group portrait of four father and son pairs. In the front row are Ed Francis, co-captain in football; Tom Hilsenhoff, softball co-captain; Tom McKay, track...
Description: Map of the area around the head of Lake Superior, including the cities of Superior and Duluth.
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: Worker in an elevator at International Harvester's Hawkins Mine near Hibbing, Minnesota.
Date: 1967 ca.
Description: Color advertising photograph of an International Transtar CO-4070 semi-truck parked along a waterfront.
Description: Major Arthur L. Post of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was shot down on June 20th, 1943 and rescued on September 28th, 1943 after 101 days in the jungle. Here he is...
Description: Two women seated on a porch, one holding a baby, and a girl riding a rocking horse.
Description: Letterhead of T. Knapstein & Company, proprietors of the New London Brewery. On the left is a rectangular image with a decorative border surrounding a man...
Description: A boy looks out the window of a the cab of a toy locomotive as he moves along a set of wooden tracks. Behind him is the wall of a building from which bundl...
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: A distant view of Clinton, now Rockdale. Three men are in the middle distance, looking east across Koshonong Creek towards a mill dam, bridge and carding m...
Description: Boys gathered on street to watch a parade through town.
Description: Aerial view of the Wisconsin General Hospital and the University Medical School.
Description: Madison television programs are hosted by Madison women and cover topics like cooking, arts, fashion and crafts. Jeanne Parr, also known as Jeanne Noth, h...
Description: "Ossie Reimer, Lomira handyman, is pictured in his well-stocked workshop. He spends up to 60 hours, 7 days a week, in his shop."
Description: Exterior of the depot and railroad tracks. The depot has a "Cazenovia" sign.
Date: 1970 ca.
Description: Color illustrations of the NHC-250 and NTA-270 engines. The engines were used in International trucks.
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