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Date: 1918 ca.
Description: View of the Burlington Railroad tracks south of the city, near Campion College.
Description: A group of young boys gathered at the steps at the front of a house engaging in some kind of game, perhaps a game of chance. One boy is sitting above them...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: In 1844 Joseph Goodrich founded Milton Academy and built the first gravel and mortar building in the town. (Note that the Milton House is often called the...
Date: 1960 ca.
Description: This street map was likely given out by Mound City Bank and features a legend of points of interest and a street index. Streets are labeled as is the Round...
Description: Five Madison city lifeguards that were assigned to prepare the Breese Stevens Field for the All Star high school football game. Left to right are Glenn Wil...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Close-up of two protesters on Ecology day at General Motors. The protesters are holding a banner and wearing gas masks. A large office building and a pro...
Description: Lewis Arms sits on the trunk of a 1949 convertible (DeSoto?) automobile, strumming a guitar.
Description: Stereograph of Soldiers' Orphans Home, formerly Harvey Hospital. The octagon house was originally built for Governor Leonard J. Farwell and designed by Aug...
Date: date unknown
Description: Visitors around a gazebo or pavilion in Washington Park.
Description: Exterior view from road of Sneezer's Snack Shop with two cars in the parking lot. The neon sign features a chef holding a hamburger on a plate.
Description: View of Chatham Windmill, built in 1796 by Colonel Benjamin Godfrey. The windmill is 30 feet tall with an octagonal base and was used for grinding corn an...
Description: Post Office advertising the sale of War Savings Stamps.
Description: Court of Honor, W. Wisconsin Avenue, looking west from N. 9th Street. The Midsummer Festival monument (with eagle) and Gesu Church steeples are on the left...
Description: Elevated view of Wausau, Wisconsin.
Description: Two views of the Evansville high and grade schools.
Description: A general map of Pennsylvania, Virginia, New Jersey and Delaware. Insets include maps of New Orleans, Baltimore, St. Louis, Charleston, Savannah, Washingto...
Description: An exterior view of the homes provided for management at International Harvester's sisal plantation in Cuba.
Description: Kitchen interior in which a woman sits by a fireplace churning butter and a man standing by a fence outside is visible through the open doorway. In and su...
Description: Four golfers take advantage of special rates offered to those who follow all the rules of golf. Don Gilpin (right) putts while Bobby Bolger (left) holds ou...
Description: View of a road and houses.
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