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Description: An Indian family in front of a wooden housing structure at the Warm Springs agency in Oregon.
Description: Dane County traffic officers Rodney C. Schwoegler and A. C. Pope lead a class in driving safely for Truax Field airmen.
Date: date unknown
Description: The Longfellow Estate, once home to Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, is a stately residence that was built in 1759.
Description: View of St. Bernard's Catholic Church on Atwood Avenue.
Description: Dedication of the Joseph R. McCarthy Memorial in the Outagamie Counthouse on the second anniversary of the senator's death. Directly in front of the bust...
Description: Group of men repairing railroad track near Racine.
Date: 1963-05-05 ca.
Description: View of the remaining framework of an old fish-unloading track on the Lake Michigan shoreline. A wooded shoreline is beyond a pier in the far background.
Description: Robert Bloch and his family pose on their second floor porch at the flat they rented at 2626B Maryland Avenue. This was during Bloch's work at the Marx age...
Description: Full-length studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of an unidentified European American girl posed standing on a platform behind a rustic wooden fe...
Description: Madison Free Library, 206 North Carroll Street. The library was built with Carnegie money and opened in 1906. The name changed to Madison Public Library...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A view of Taycheedah, Wisconsin.
Description: Edward Persen, left, and M. Earl Moore, 717 Pickford Street, look at the items in the "white elephant" booth at the Harvest Festival, Grace Episcopal Chur...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Grist mill. Two people with bicycles on bridge near mill.
Description: Two children ride tricycles on sidewalk along the side of a brick building. There is a large pipe winding from the roof into one of the windows.
Date: 1800 after
Description: Ink and pencil on paper. A paper city on the site of what is now Appleton, Wisconsin. Shows plat of city, streets, and Fox River. Includes textual descript...
Description: Group of men dressed in suits and posed standing on the steps in front of the brick building that houses American Express, and the photography studio of Ch...
Description: Shows townships and sections, roads, and railroads. Includes list of towns, villages, and cities with organization dates.
Description: Winnie Neil Chapman and Betsy Paddock pitch a tent in preparation for the Girl Scout Round-Up in Colorado.
Description: Vignetted quarter-length portrait of Elizabeth Hayman Layton. She was the sister of Joel Hayman, and the wife of Frederick Layton, who she married in 1851.
Description: Officers of the Madison Youth Summer Theater are, left to right, Gibbs Murray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Murray, 4004 Drexel Avenue, president; Kathy J...
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