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Description: Man pulling a McCormick-Deering power grain binder with a Farmall Regular tractor. The original caption reads: "N-81 Mr. Urfer (himself) with power binde...
Description: Roy Matson, editor of the Wisconsin State Journal, Governor Oscar Rennebohm, and Wisconsin football coach Harry Stuhldreher, left to right, seated at a ban...
Description: Members of Ethlyn Jefferds' dancing class, fifth and sixth grade students from Shorewood, Randall, and Lakewood schools, attending their first costume ball...
Date: 1909-04-20 date unknown
Description: Photographic postcard of a paddle steamer on the Wisconsin River near Boscobel. Written on the hull of the boat is the text: "Steamer-Grand-Stranded-Near-B...
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: Dr. Joseph Smith and family view the glacier at Grindewald during their European tour.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Charles W. Norris, Milwaukee ship chandler.
Description: A group photograph of members of the Haydon, Brown and Shiverick families at the Brown home, 121 East Gilman Street. Tim Brown IV (center) is holding a toy...
Description: A church is in the distance at the end of the road. On either side of the street are homes and stores, with a street light suspended above the street in t...
Description: A factory worker wears a protective hood and face mask to paint the body of an International A-100 "Golden Jubilee" truck at International Harvester's Spri...
Description: Five young people enjoying the LOFT's New Year's Eve party at the Community center are: (standing left to right) Burdick Myre, Paul Raymond, and Mary Ellen...
Description: Exterior view of Hartmeyer Meat Market building, located at the corner of North Hamilton and East Mifflin Streets.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: The actress Norma Talmadge is posed outdoors in an athletic outfit, black bloomers with white tassels, holding her Pomeranian dog "Dinky." Next to her is h...
Description: Two former pastors and two present pastors of First Baptist Church, 201 North Carroll Street, on the occasion of the congregation's 100th anniversary. Show...
Description: An International D-426-F truck and Isaacson 20-ton trailer hauls a load of enormous Douglas Fir logs through a wooded area in British Columbia.
Description: Richard Upson, ten-months-old, with portrait of his father in background, Lieutenant Commander Richard Upson, who is missing in action overseas.
Description: View from pier of a Native American man wearing a headdress kneeling on a tourist boat called "Black Hawk" docked under a bridge in the Wisconsin River. He...
Description: Men stand near a stone crusher powered by an International PD-40 power unit. The crusher was owned and operated by Coy Hawk. Two buildings stand in the ba...
Description: Farmer lifting a shock of corn stalks with a corn binder attachment.
Description: An intersection with a woman walking near a storefront. A sign for a hotel is in the distance.
Description: Donald Francke, representing the American Association of Pharmacy, stands to the right of one of the officers from the British Pharmaceutical Association a...
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