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Description: View of a street with largely identical newly built houses in a company town of Pepperell Manufacturing Company. The street and yards are dirt, and trees h...
Description: View of the mouth of Davis's Run, including an arched stone passage.
Description: View of the Eagles Nest, a Japanese Garden featuring a pond, bridge and dwelling amongst plants and trees.
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: A portrait of a Seneca Native American family, with a man, woman, four children, and a kitten. Text on the photograph reads, "Krieger Drug Co."
Description: Barbara Hoffman and her attorney, Don Eisenberg, react to having received the guilty verdict in the murder trial.
Description: A group of uniformed soldiers sit at tables in a room at Camp Perry to be instructed in a small arms class. Firearms are on the table in front of each per...
Description: Man wearing a derby, a boy, and a blacksmith wearing an apron, standing just outside the doorway of a blacksmith shop. Blacksmith identified as probably Fr...
Description: View from road of large stacks of boxes containing food and clothing on the lawn of Congregation Adas Jesurun temple at the corner of Mound and Murray Stre...
Description: Seated engraved portrait of Major General Nathaniel P. Banks, in a uniform with epaulettes, posed with his sword in his left hand. He was born on January 3...
Description: Robert K. Beecham studio portrait in front of a painted background, at age 26. In the book "As If It Were Glory", Robert Beecham recounts his Civil War exp...
Description: Mrs. William B. (Rachel) Fisher, 733 Copeland Avenue, washing windows in the family home. A new bride, this is her first spring cleaning.
Description: View of several boats docked along the shore. Writing on the boat on the far left reads: "Rees Lee." One of the boats on the right side of the photograph b...
Description: Elevated view of students from the Drummond High School Band marching in a parade at the Music Festival, on Main Street. Students are wearing marching band...
Description: The Toastmistress Club celebrates its first year in Madison with a combination guest night and initiation of officers at the Cuba Club Supper Club. The Toa...
Date: 1955-11 ca.
Description: California farm workers, somewhere near Salinas, wave to the union official who had visited them with the mobile union office of Packinghouse Workers Local...
Description: Man posing on the board sidewalk in front of a frame house.
Description: View across unpaved street of a row of stores. On the corner is the Cashton Hardware Company. A horse and wagon is parked at the curb of H. B. Bohl City Me...
Description: William Dewey of Visual Education Consultants, Inc. operates a folding machine that prepares manuals to accompany news and curriculum filmstrips.
Description: An unknown dancer ("Brown") wearing a glittery pink and silver costume poses on her toes with arms outstretched at the Kehl School of Dance.
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