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Date: 1955 ca.
Description: View down Monona Avenue, which is now Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, toward Lake Monona.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of William Tennant, a magazine and newspaper agent in Black River Falls, sitting in a chair holding a magazine. His artificial legs are p...
Description: Two teams of horses pull two self-binders through a field. The self-binder came into use after the reaper, both of which were superceded by the combine.
Description: Ambrotype of the Wade House, a carriage inn located in Greenbush, also showing a section of the original plank road in the foreground.
Description: Assistant Superintendent C.M. Harrison (left) and Superintendent E.C. Lutz look at a document in an office at International Harvester's Ft. Wayne Works. A...
Description: A Hoover Boat Company boat with fourteen Madison aldermen and their parties is taken on a tour of Lakes Mendota and Monona and the Yahara River.
Description: A man standing in field of high clover.
Description: Stewart (left) and Daniels, International Harvester dealers, stand side by side in front of their company truck.
Description: Participants, spectators, and the competition grounds of the Western Rifle Association Tournament.
Description: Exterior view of the recently completed $66,000 addtion to the Blackhawk Country Club in Shorewood Hills.
Description: Emile Meyer and Frank Faylen and three other men are seen on the set of the film "Riot in Cell Block 11." They are standing outside in the yard of a prison...
Description: A young boy and girl play with International Harvester toys in front of a fireplace and feather Christmas tree. The toys include a truck, tractor, thresher...
Description: Erich von Stroheim poses in right profile in his costume as the German military doctor Otto von Harden in a publicity still for "The North Star." An office...
Description: Publicity portrait of Valda Valkyrien, known as "The Movie Star of Denmark."
Description: The winner of the March of Dimes Wheelchair race, in a close contest, is five-year-old Danny Maffet, son of Mr. and Mrs. David (Elizabeth) Maffett, 102 Sou...
Description: Portrait of the McFarland grade school basketball team after winning the Allis Grade School meet. Their coach is Art Longhorn, pictured at back row, right....
Date: date unknown
Description: View down sidewalk towards a log building among the pines. The sidewalk leads to the large front porch with steps in the front and on the side.
Description: James Forman, noted civil rights activist, smoking a cigarette. Forman was known for his work in SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) and as th...
Description: Cottages in the United Kingdom that Frederick Layton established in memory of his mother Mary Layton. The exterior of the three cottages is identical and t...
Description: Rufus Stone (played by James Cooley) kisses the hand of Maxine (Christine Mayo) behind the back of her elderly husband, Wilfred Morgan (Joseph Burke), in a...
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