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Date: 1954 ca.
Description: Man working on a suburban road with an International ID-6 and attached loader. The loader was manufactured by the Frank G. Hough Company.
Description: Vandalized tombstone following a beer party held in Evergreen Hill Cemetery, Middleton, on June 12, 1948.
Date: 1975 ca.
Description: View of the Ramsey barn, built in 1841 by William Barrie. The barn is now located at Old World Wisconsin in Eagle, Wisconsin.
Description: Nels Rasmussen, employed at Madison Western Union for 42 years, receives a gold pin for his service from Manager A. G. Tappen.
Date: date unknown
Description: An elevated view of homes in a valley. The image includes a mining-car bridge, numerous buildings, and factory smokestacks. Published by the Fawkes Drug Co...
Description: Students in charge of ticket sales for "Berkeley Square," East High School's fall play, are Betty Schneider, Betty Biddick, Carol Finch, Carol Kruse, and J...
Description: Four Madison East High School football players posing outdoors in uniform.
Date: 1837 ca.
Description: Photographic print of an amateur painting of the Peck Cabin representing the "first house in Madison, Wisconsin." The "Peck Cabin" is a variation signed "M...
Description: Picnic Point from Observatory Hill on the campus of University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Description: Original caption:
"D.W. Griffith rehearses Mae Marsh and Ivor Novello for scene in his forthcoming production of The White Rose in spot near Miami,...
Date: 1957 ca.
Description: Outdoor portrait of Sherwin and Emma Gillett standing between the columns at the Legion of Honor. Part of the marble arch is visible behind them.
Description: Attending the $50-a-plate dinner and "Republi-Capers" show were prominent Republicans, left to right: Rep. Henry Schadeberg (R-Burlington); Mrs. Byron Isin...
Description: View from footbridge of a guest log cabin among trees at the Birchcliff Hotel.
Description: View of interior of Sid's bedroom with a number of paintings and other artworks framed and displayed on a wall in the corner of a room. There are clothes h...
Description: Patrick J. Lucey stands at a podium (which sits on a table) in the State Historical Society surrounded by a group of men. Behind the group on the paneled w...
Description: Mill Number Three of the American Thread Company. The English Sewing Company purchased the Willimantic Linen Company England mills in 1898 and formed the A...
Description: Lillian Katz and her two sons, David, 3 1/2, and Paul, 8 months, are here from Los Angeles, California for a visit with her parents, the Nathen Sweets.
Description: Bull standing along a rural road with farm buildings in the background. Original caption reads: "Better tether him out than for him not to get pasture."
Description: A man holds a dead wolf by the hindquarters and poses for a studio photograph in front of a painted backdrop. He is wearing a hat, shirt, and trousers.
Description: Doc Miller sings with his family.
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