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Description: A group of bikers in leather jackets that read "Drifters MC Property of Sugar Bear" and "Drifters MC Rockford" seated in the Sound Storm audience.
Description: A garden of red currant bushes, owned by Jas. S. Ritchie, are featured on his fruit farm.
Description: United Packinghouse Workers of American representative Bruce Nolan (seated on the stool) speaks to workers at the White Packing Company which had refused t...
Description: Dr. Reginald Jackson, Sr., and his son Reginald Jr., in the family sailboat. Because the family's cottage was located near Picnic Point, the photograph wa...
Description: Several male employees appear to prparing molds for gears. Original Falk caption reads, "Centennial historical photos of old negative which could be lost f...
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: The Sjur Starkson Reque home. From left to right, seated, are Martha Reque, Mari Reque Lee, Brita Reque Quale, Nels Lee and Ole Quale. Standing are Anna Ma...
Description: "Three views in a short space show the peaceful appearance of what is now a busy paper mills center. The first, a double lock around which the village of C...
Description: Customer picking up a gear from a parts counter at an International Harvester dealership.
Description: The Board of Directors burns the mortgage for the Nakoma Country Club to celebrate paying it off, with l-r: H. M. Lambert, Frank Davies, Carl Laughnan, H....
Description: Factory worker machining(?) parts at International Harvester's Osborne Works (later known as "Auburn Works").
Description: Group portrait of a school class outdoors in front of their one-room schoolhouse.
Description: Elevated view of Stock Days. Horses and wagons loaded with livestock are lined up in a row on the snowy street. On the right is a train decorated with Amer...
Description: Mrs. Robert Fletcher, 3304 Wallace Avenue, holds one of the large March of Dimes containers seen in Madison business places this month. Mrs. Fletcher is on...
Description: A large group seated around a woman playing a piano at night. Lamps light the scene while children play on the floor.
Description: Ted Wade of West Chicago, Illinois, gives a drink to a St. Bernard dog during the all-breed obedience trials sponsored by the Lakeland Dog Training Club of...
Description: The artist Robert Thom pauses to pose with his new painting, "The Forming of the United States Pharmacopeia", which depicts the inaugural delegates to the...
Date: date unknown
Description: Photographic postcard of the Aniwa Mercantile Company building (1903), housing Block and Krom's Store. A horse-drawn cart is parked in front of the store a...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Two men, one standing one crouching, in a wooden rowboat on Forest Lake. The man standing is reeling in a fish that is making a big splash in the water.
Description: St. Aloysius school with children and their diplomas, and a priest in front of the school door.
Description: Portrait of the eleven Madison boys being sent to Badger Boys' State at Ripon College by American Legion Post 57. The boys are flanked by Floyd Davidson, B...
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