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Description: Students seated at typewriters in a classroom with their teacher at the Groves-Barnhart School for Secretaries, 502 State Street.
Description: Exterior view of the Governor's Mansion in the wintertime. The house has Italianate details such as decorative brackets and balustrades, and a low-angle ro...
Description: Four women, two in each boat, row near a pile of logs along a shoreline.
Description: Interior view of room at the Boone Tire Factory. Tires are stacked on the floor and in racks. In the left foreground is a large desk with hutch and two cha...
Date: date unknown
Description: A row of houses stands along North Main Street. Published by Bachmann Drug Company.
Description: Magda Herzberger points to a photographic image projected onto a screen while giving a lecture about the Holocaust at Monroe High School.
Description: A three-story wooden structure with front porch identified as the Ward Hotel by a large sign on the front of the building. Several automobiles are parked d...
Date: 1958 ca.
Description: Illustration of children boarding an International R-line school bus.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Rudolf C. Haase, Milwaukee company secretary.
Description: Interior of the Burke Pharmacy, complete with several prominent wartime posters and displays.
Description: Ben Stitgen, who in 1943 was business agent of Carpenters Local #314, and in 1946 was training officer of the U.S. Veterans Administration.
Description: Architectural model of the interior of International Harvester's exhibit building at the "Century of Progress" world's fair in Chicago.
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., with Isabel Bacon La Follette (Mrs. Philip La Follette), Mrs. John J. Blaine, Philip Fox La Follette, Governor John J. Blaine,...
Description: The First Presbyterian Church, dedicated October 15, 1893.
Description: Mrs. Harry S.(Bess) Truman, at left, and her daughter, Margaret Truman, at right, seated on the speaker's platform at the University of Wisconsin stock pav...
Description: Studio portrait of three standing men, two wearing matching straw hats, and vests with trousers, and the other holding a camera on a stool. They are posing...
Date: 2009 ca.
Description: Close-up of plasterwork and still functioning vaudeville lights in the Al. Ringling Theatre.
Description: Henry Reynolds, candidate for Madison City Council, shown seated at his desk at Reynolds Transfer and Storage Company.
Description: A crowd of pedestrians, trucks, and cyclists on a road waiting to go through an arch in a damaged building amid the post-Tet destruction in Hue.
Description: International Paymover model TC-60 pulling carts of parts. The TC-60 was built by Hough, the construction equipment subsidiary of International Harvester.
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