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Description: Composite panoramic view of the south side of the 300 block of State Street. Businesses include: Montgomery Ward (on North Henry Street), Colonial Shoppe E...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Forest Middleton and his future wife, Leonore Judkins, look over a piece of beadwork on a frame.
Description: Congressman David R. Obey with Edward R. Garvey during a fundraiser for Obey at the Madison Club in Madison. Garvey was the executive director of the Natio...
Description: Page from an album kept by Neighborhood House, with two images. The one on top is of the Bluebirds girls' group playing musical instruments as adults lead...
Description: Front page of the labor newspaper We The People. The issue is dedicated to the teachers strike in Hortonville and features a drawing of people march...
Description: A man vacuuming the back of a cow in a barn using a DAIRY-VAC machine.
Description: Harlan Nicholls, president of the Four Lakes Boy Scout council, is shown, left, as he presents a birthday cake to Chief Justice Marvin Rosenberry in observ...
Description: Elevated view of a milling machine inside the Gisholt Machine Co. An male employee on the left is working with the machine.
Description: A group of formally dressed people gather at Tenney Park to hear a band concert.
Description: Frank Meyers measuring the floorboard of his 1948 Soap Box Derby racer to see that it compares exactly with the full-scale plans he drew before starting to...
Description: Chanticleer Orchestra managers, each with a dog at his side, sit on the front steps of a building with an awning overhead that reads "Chanticleer."
Description: Governor Warren Knowles and Artist Georgia O'Keefe at the presentation of the Wisconsin Governor's Award for Creativity in the Arts.
Description: Original colorful hats of all types and designs appeared at the spring "Mad Hat" luncheon at the Blackhawk Country Club. Mary Feifarek, left, wears a hat f...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of unidentified woman wearing a light colored dress with a ruffled collar and a pin.
Description: Portrait of Coach John Jung, Manitowoc High School boy's basketball coach. The team participated in the 1958 high school basketball tournament.
Description: Mrs. J. Harold (Bertha) Rupp, retiring assistant society editor and women's page editor for the Wisconsin State Journal.
Description: Winnie Delamater and her daughter Sandra, age 6, use carpet sweepers to clean in their home. Winnie and her husband Roland were both seriously physically h...
Description: Four members of the Beth Israel Sisterhood gather around a sewing machine while creating items for the upcoming annual Beth Israel bazaar. Pictured from l...
Description: Full length portrait of a bride in a long white dress and wearing a veil standing on a lawn holding a bouquet of flowers. There are trees in the background...
Description: Portrait of Sid Boyum with his mouth open as if speaking. He is dressed as Adolf Hitler and has a fake moustache.
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