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Description: Edward R. Murrow and two men fishing from a boat on a northern Wisconsin lake.
Description: View down platform of people waiting outside the train depot. A train is approaching the terminal on one set of tracks, and a number of train cars are on a...
Description: Color photograph of a man operating an International TD-18 crawler tractor (TracTractor) with a bulldozer blade.
Description: Miller Grocery Store, located at 113 North Hamilton Street. The interior of the store has food displays and shelving, and five people stand in the backgrou...
Description: Architect Frank Lloyd Wright with his granddaughter, actress Anne Baxter, and her mother, Wright's daughter from his first marriage, Catherine Dorothy Wrig...
Date: 1964 ca.
Description: Tom Hayden talking to two African-American women on house steps. The woman in the center is Terry Jefferson (as identified by Hayden).
Description: Arthur J. Altmeyer taking the oath as Assistant Secretary of Labor. Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins stands on the left, and Samuel Gompers on the right,...
Date: date unknown
Description: Exterior view from lawn of the Roi/Porlier/Tank cottage, built in 1776 — the oldest building standing in Wisconsin. Two people are sitting on the porch.
Description: "The British Airways Concorde made an appearance at the EAA Convention at Oshkosh."
Description: A priest with a coach holding a football.
Date: 1931 ca.
Description: Advertising poster for the "Romance of the Reaper" film for use in Australia. The poster features an illustration of Cyrus Hall McCormick building the firs...
Description: Four workers are shown in Lebanon Chain Works, the site of the production of the largest chain in the world, measuring 3 3/16 inches.
Description: Vignetted carte-de-visite portrait of Alexander Kerr (1828-1919), Scottish-born Professor of Greek at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Appointed to his...
Description: Two pharmacists behind the prescription counter check the scale at the Pekin Prescription Shop. Cabinets of "sick room" supplies are on the left.
Description: Advertisement for the Bates Steel Mule featuring a photograph at left of a man using the tractor. A headline reads "Why the Bates Steel Mule is the most ef...
Description: Two women and a man in the foreground hold onto their hats on a windy day as they cross a street.
Description: A man polishes his 12-cylinder Lincoln Coupe as part of a classic car show at Rank & Son Buick-GMC Truck.
Description: International Harvester dealer Chester E. Seif signs a pledge of cooperation with Governor Heil's "MacArthur Week" scrap drive. H.J. Brosnahan (left), mana...
Description: Leo and Helen Bonack, at W2472 Hwy TW (Section 6), have lived here for 38 years. Cows were last milked in 1960.
Description: Interior of the Mautz Paint Company sales room.
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