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Date: 1910-11-31 

Description: Colorized postcard of The Spring in Decatur Park. A man is sitting near the spring. There is a bridge on the right, and many trees. Text in red in the lowe...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Full-length studio portrait of three women gathered around a table in front of a painted backdrop. One woman rests her forearm on her friends shoulder and...

Date: 1935 ca.

Description: Dr. Mahlon William Locke treating arthritis sufferers on the street in Williamsburg, Ontario, Canada. Many people have gathered to watch or to receive trea...

Date: 1909-11 

Description: Postcard of a photograph of a posed group of orphan children of miners from mine disaster, Nov. 13, 1909. Writing reads: "#31 Group made orphans by Cherry...

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Description: A man works in a kitchen at Hatton Lumber Company Camp. He is wearing an apron and is mixing ingredients in a large bowl at a counter near two windows.

Date:  date unknown

Description: Photographic postcard of a studio portrait of a boy on the occasion of his First Communion. He is dressed in jacket and knickerbockers (knickers) and holds...

Date: 1910 

Description: A group of men on a lakeshore grapple with a giant pike. Two men pull on a rope hooked to the pike while two more stand ready with harpoon-like sticks. Ano...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Full-length studio portrait of two women, one seated and one standing in front of a painted backdrop. They are both wearing fashionable dresses. Their name...

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...

Postcard

Buckeye Postcard

Date: 1900 ca.

Description: Postcard for Buckeye Mowers, Droppers, Table Rakes and Binders. Color illustrations of butterflies and flowers over a gold and yellow background surround a...

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Tornado Damage

Date: 1924 

Description: Damage caused by a tornado to a barn near Reseburg. The caption notes that the farm was rented and that "moonshine" was being made there. Some locals at t...

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Rodgers' Vin Fiz

Date: 1912 ca.

Description: Calbraith Perry Rodgers, with a cigar characteristically clenched in his jaw, was the first man to fly across the United States. He undertook this flight i...

Date: 1916 

Description: Two girls wearing white dresses ride a pig, sitting back-to-back. One girl holds the pig's tail and the other holds its ears. A boy pokes the pig's haunch...

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Paul A. Seifert

Date: 1908-06 

Description: Paul A. Seifert, and unidentified woman seated indoors. He lived in Richland Center, now known as Gotham, Wisconsin. He was a taxidermist and curio collect...

Date: 1892 ca.

Description: Chromolithograph card of a woman from Dalarne, Sweden in "native" costume, posing near a Singer sewing machine.

Date:  date unknown

Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of two women standing on either side of a man wearing a hat. Both woman are wearing dresses, and the woman o...

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Commercial Hotel

Date: 1915-06-28 

Description: Photographic postcard of the exterior of the three-story Commercial Hotel. The building has a false front. Two women stand on the balcony and two men stand...

Date: 1909-11 

Description: Postcard of a photograph of a family. Writing reads: "W.H. Clelland and Family. One of the Cherry Mine survivers [sic]. It is this man who was said to have...

Date: 1911 ca.

Description: Full-length studio portrait of three women in front of a painted backdrop. One woman is seated in the center, wearing a light colored dress and dark hat tr...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Full-length studio portrait of a man leaning back in a chair with his legs crossed, with a photograph is in his raised hand. He is wearing a suit with a bo...

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