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Description: Holiday postcard of two children. The boy is tooting a horn and the girl is playing a drum. They are both wearing folded paper sailor hats, and the boy wea...
Description: Small telescope at University of Wisconsin-Madison Washburn Observatory.
Description: Bill bartending at The Stonewall.
Description: Pictured at the 60th anniversary luncheon of the Attic Angel Association, sponsors of the Madison Visiting Nurse Service, are (from left to right): Mrs. Jo...
Date: 1933-07 ca.
Description: Front view of Man Mound House with trees and a walkway, which leads to the front door. The walkway appears to be on a mound.
Description: Farmers harvesting barley with an International TD-14 diesel crawler tractor and a McCormick-Deering No. 51 harvester-thresher (combine) on the farm of Hei...
Description: Visiting nurse Esther Sorensen demonstrates to Amy C. Shumway the correct way to bathe her daughter, Carol Louise.
Description: The cover design of the Benton County Freedom Train newsletter printed with purple ink, probably mimeographed.
Description: Group portrait of four waiters and one chef standing behind the counter at McNeil's Coffee Shop in the Park Hotel at 28 South Carroll Street.
Description: An International Scout driven off-road through a body of water along a shoreline, probably a river or lake.
Description: Harry Houdini, the well-known escape artist, was born in Budapest, Hungary and raised in Appleton, Wisconsin. At the time of his immigration his name was s...
Date: 1964-09-06 ca.
Description: View down into small valley with stream. Bluffs are in the distance.
Description: Kiln component that was purchased by F.L. Smidth and used by Dundee Cement Company of Clarksville Missouri. Falk caption reads, "1029-A46 copied by Bracket...
Date: 1973 ca.
Description: Illustration for the V-903 family of Cummins engines.
Description: Native Americans in traditional dress test a harvester-thresher (combine) in the International Harvester exhibit at the "Century of Progress" world's fair.
Description: A main street intersection with many stores and shops. The stores include the Bank of Brodhead and A.J. Wagner's drugstore. Three boys stand at the corner....
Description: Chicago & Northwestern Railroad tracks, looking east at the crossing of S. Blair Street, King Street, E. Wilson Street, and Williamson Street. Included in...
Description: A girl stands on a chair in the kitchen at International Harvester's Hinsdale experimental farm in order to reach a shelf where bottles of poison are kept....
Description: Map shows roads, highways, railroads, parks, city buildings, schools, cemeteries, city limits, and the Fox River. The map is indexed by street name, street...
Description: People involved in the Earl Warren United States vice-presidential campaign standing in front of the campaign train shortly after its arrival at the railro...
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