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Description: Two men are leaning on a fence in the foreground, with other men behind them in a field. Men on scaffolding and ladders build a barn with a cupola. Other b...
Description: Two young men seated in a doctor's office, possibly Irwin and Robert Krohn.
Description: Letter from Thomas Steel, Waukesha County physician and farmer, to his father, James Steel, in London, England. It includes a hand-drawn map of Milwaukee C...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Panoramic view of man standing atop lumber loaded onto a horse-drawn flatbed wagon. The wagon is stopped on a road construction or repair site. The "Hotel...
Description: A City Car Company cab on its roof after a collision with a bus at the corner of Mills and Regent Streets. The car skidded 42 feet from the point of impac...
Description: Cover of an advertising brochure for the International Model M-2 truck. Features a photograph of a man carrying bottles back to a milk truck in a residenti...
Description: The Chicago, Milwaukee, & St. Paul Railroad depot and the J.N. Bassett grain elevator. A four-car passenger train is stopped at the station.
Description: Interior view of Photo Copy Service camera room, 206 East Main Street.
Description: The First Wisconsin Heavy Artillery, Battery C; Captain John R. Davis, Lieutenant Ezra R. Lisk, Lieutenant Fred Ullman, Lieutenant Benjamin F. Parker.
Description: View of a row of cottages on the left side along a sidewalk. The property is bordered by white picket fences. There is a row of stones in front along edge...
Description: Governor Walter S. Goodland buying the first poppy from American Legion Auxiliary and Veterans of Foreign War Auxiliary members. Pictured left to right: Mr...
Description: A man holds a piece of driftwood thought to resemble the head of a deer. Viewed from another perspective, the same piece looks like a monster. Both images...
Description: Portrait of University of Wisconsin boxing team co-captain Terrance R. Tynan and his wife Joan with their children, 4-month old Eileen and 15-month old Tim...
Description: Front cover of an advertising brochure for the Marsh-Whitney Platform Binder, manufactured by the Marsh Binder Manufacturing Company. Includes the text: "t...
Description: Detail of sunlit long grass.
Description: Two Manchester's Department Store coed models, carrying books, one wearing a dress and hat, the other a jacket, skirt and sweater, pose beside the Memorial...
Description: Umpire Carl Tyggum shows Chuck Cuccio of Bunkie's Restaurant how to wear the new plastic helmets which have been introduced this season. Manager Howard Bam...
Description: Portrait of two girls wearing traditional clothing. In her journals, Carrie often wrote descriptions of how the local people dressed.
Description: The head table at the University of Wisconsin Alumni Association banquet at the Memorial Union. Left to right are State Senator Warren P. Knowles, presiden...
Date: 1931 before
Description: Exterior of front entrance from across University Avenue on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
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