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Description: The back row at Camp Logan. Ten large tents, some with awnings, are lined up facing each other, five on the right and five on the left. The tent in the cen...
Description: Mechanics working on trucks at the Orange Belt Truck and Tractor Company, an International truck and agricultural equipment dealership.
Description: Aerial view of downtown.
Description: International Texaco truck parked alongside a curb.
Description: Group portrait of 12 boys on the V.F.W. baseball team, in uniform with coach.
Description: Interior of Cardinal Hotel Bar, 416-418 E. Wilson Street.
Description: This is map 1 from a set of 4 taken from an atlas. The map shows streets, neighborhoods and proposed subdivision. Lake Michigan, Algoma Outer Harbor, the A...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Exterior of the wedge-shaped Hicks Hotel. Lovelace general store is housed on the left side of the building. There are children in the street and on the si...
Description: Two men are working with milk cans and buckets near a McCormick-Deering milk cooler. The original caption reads "James McFarland," which may refer to the o...
Description: Dr. Clarence W. "Doc" Spears, the new University of Wisconsin football coach, with his wife and their three children are greeted by a crowd.
Description: Jack bartending at The Place.
Description: Monona apartment building, 600 S. Brearly Street, on the corner of Spaight Street.
Description: Governor Philip La Follette (Wisconsin) and Governor Henry Horner (Illinois) enjoy a laugh in the boat during a fishing trip.
Description: Miller's Women's apparel shop located on East Main Street on the Capitol Square. The building in which it was located was constructed by Marcus Kohner, one...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: View of Sturgeon Bay.
Description: Governor Julius P. Heil, his wife and an unidentified man pose arm-in-arm in the Governor's Conference Room at the Wisconsin State Capitol. A number of oth...
Description: Students seated at desks at Wisconsin Orthopedic Hospital for Children, University of Wisconsin, 436 North Randall Street.
Description: A Civil Works Service employee with a check and equivalent in groceries.
Description: A church in Montfort; the parson was Reverend Ebenezer Williams.
Description: A ship marked "Beaverton" docks near Hamilton Twine Mills while another anchors behind it.
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