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Date: 1895 ca.
Description: One man operates a grain binder pulled by two horses while three other men and a boy work in the field near him. One man is holding a cradle used to cut gr...
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: A man wearing a suit and hat stands in a dirt road holding a hemp plant, probably to be used in the production of binder twine.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two women and a man stand in front of the Pathfinder car with a flag on the back. The car also has "cross country" written on the side, above the number 3...
Description: Studio full-length portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Ho-Chunk man with long hair posed sitting in a fringed chair, holding a stick in clasped ha...
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Four men guzzle beverages in a cornfield. The caption on the stereograph reads, "Well, here goes looking at you."
Description: Three-quarter view of a man using a Farmall C tractor in a field.
Description: A man wearing a long fur coat with hat, suit jacket, vest, and trousers, sits for a studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop.
Description: A group of agricultural workers, mostly women, cutting sugar cane by hand. Text on photograph reads: "Cutting Sugar Cane."
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison biological laboratory. Two women are standing in the center of the room at a sink, and men and women sit at tables on the r...
Date: 1970-12-29 ca.
Description: Poster advocating the boycott of Polaroid cameras due to the company's supposed involvement in South Africa's apartheid regime. A list of grievances and de...
Description: In the newsroom of the "Wisconsin State Journal", an employee with the newly acquired Associated Press wire photo sending and receiving machine.
Description: Studio portrait of "Professor" William H. Noland in costume as leader of the Mock Parade, or "Horribles". He was a fiddler, chiropodist, public functionary...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View of North 4th Street. Scene features pedestrians and carriages outside local businesses.
Description: Algerian men plaster a straw stack with clay. Another straw stack can be seen on the right. Hills are barely visible in the distance. An out of focus dog i...
Description: "Theresa firemen cut up an old car with their new 'Jaws of Life' equipment."
Description: Page from Joy Camps photo album displaying three photographs. Two of the photographs show campers and counselors working in resuscitation classes along the...
Description: A man, possibly sculptor Howard Hastings, watches as an International Harvester professional sculpts a clay model of a "Multipurpose Safety Utility Vehicle...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Advertising greeting card which reads "Handsome Christmas Card in Every package of Lion Coffee, November 5 to Christmas Day." The card depicts Santa Claus...
Description: A woman putts while three other dwarves, also known as midgets or little people, watch at the indoor Evergreen Miniature Golf Course, 26-28 N. Carroll Stre...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: In a studio "gag" portrait, two men sit at a table playing cards in front of a painted backdrop. Both are showing their hands and smoking cigars. Each man...
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