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Description: Portrait of a young man assumed to be an employee of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, taken inside the Wisconsin state capitol building.
Date: 1929-04 ca.
Description: Two men, possibly clerks, sit on either side of a desk working on papers in an office at International Harvester's Ft. Wayne Works. There is a phone, stamp...
Description: Assistant Superintendent C.M. Harrison (left) and Superintendent E.C. Lutz look at a document in an office at International Harvester's Ft. Wayne Works. A...
Description: Curlee Seals, Jr. discussing plans for his 1949 Soap Box Derby racer with three members of the Madison Junior Chamber of Commerce, Curlee's sponsor for the...
Date: 1945-01-29 ca.
Description: With a backdrop of celebrity portrait photographs and stacks of coins on his desk, Hugh Flannery, manager of the Orpheum Theatre, is receiving a $100 War B...
Description: Mary Beaudry, a temporary employee at International Business Machines, works on word-processing and computer equipment.
Description: Composite panoramic view of the south side of the 300 block of State Street. Businesses include: Montgomery Ward (on North Henry Street), Colonial Shoppe E...
Description: Mrs. Thompto and employee Ethel Clemens working at the telephone switchboard.
Description: Group photograph of the total team working on the election campaign of Carl Zeidler. Max's nickname was "Max the Axe." Milt Polland always wanted to be pho...
Description: Newsroom of the Louisville Times, where Anne (typing, at the right), and Carl Braden (left), worked as journalists.
Description: A man is reading at a desk, while a woman writes on a pad of paper seated nearby in an office at the U.S. Naval Training School (Radio).
Description: Marjorie White of 25 East Dayton Street wears a fur coat and head scarf as she uses what is alledged to be the first 24-hour, outdoor-accessible pay phone...
Description: Art Director G.V. Johnson of International Harvester's Advertising Department in Chicago, sitting at his desk.
Description: Hildur Hanson, receptionist in the "Wisconsin State Journal" editorial rooms, looks over the 25-piece tool kit which will be awarded for the best construct...
Description: The U.S. airmail radio operator at Royal Airport in Madison. During the 1920s Madison had two airports: the Madison Airport (aka the North Street Airport)...
Date: date unknown
Description: Men and women work at desks in the Hamburg, Germany, office of the International Harvester Company.
Description: Men, some of whom are dressed in overalls, make phone calls in a bank of telephone booths at Truax Army Air Field. Also in the image is a woman wearing a...
Description: Wilhelm Gerst of the "Frankfurter Rundschau", (second from the left) signing the first contract for mail distribution of a newspaper in Germany after World...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: View from road of the Buena Vista House. There is a utility pole in front with many wires attached. This Greek revival inn was erected in 1843 by Samuel R....
Description: Norman Clapp, Appleton High School student, seated in the governor's chair, represents Wisconsin in the around-the-world telephone conversation held in con...
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