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Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Aerial view of downtown area including churches, homes, and large buildings, stretching to the horizon.
Description: St. Augustine's Church interior. This church is the original built by Father Mazzuchelli in 1844.
Description: Exterior doorway of the First National Bank.
Description: Waist-up studio portrait of Mackey Wells, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Description: Governor Philip La Follette signing Wisconsin's pioneer unemployment compensation law. From left to right are Henry Ohl, Elizabeth Brandeis, Paul A. Raushe...
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: Students holding books and magazines pose seated in chairs in the Prairie School. Model airplanes hang near the portraits of Abraham Lincoln and George Was...
Description: Edward and Mrs. Brandel and their daughter Mary pose near a Christmas tree during the holidays.
Description: Covered bridge over river.
Date: 1930 before
Description: Outdoor group portrait of the Winnebago County Asylum administrative and nursing staff. Included in the portrait are the Superintendent, E.E. Manuel, his w...
Description: Sol Levitan, Wisconsin State Treasurer, receives $750,000 in tax vouchers from a Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad executive.
Description: An International Harvester booth with a thatched roof (possibly constructed of binder twine fiber) stands underneath a tent at the Indiana State Fair. Ther...
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: Marker on the site of the first Brown County courthouse, the first courthouse in Wisconsin.
Description: View of the N.C. Foster home. It was built in 1878 and wrecked in 1941.
Description: Image from the Garden Club record book kept by Neighborhood House, with Rosalie, Ollie Mae, and Adrena Matthews posing by their garden, near the front step...
Description: Poster advertising International's new 6-cylinder truck, featuring an illustration of the truck along with a body of text listing its attributes.
Description: Germans who fell victim to a massacre by Poles in Lemberg, Poland as the Nazis invaded.
Description: Exterior of International Harvester's Auburn Works factory (formerly known as "Osborne Works").
Description: This topographical map of the forest preserve shows highways, roads, trails, telephone lines, Native American reservations, Ranger sub-stations, state nurs...
Description: A man exposes a negative onto a zinc plate, in preparation for making a zinc etching at Wisconsin Engraving Co., 109 S. Carroll Street.
Description: A Chicago police officer holds up his hand to signal pedestrians that they should not enter the crosswalk.
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