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Date: 2012 ca.
Description: Beth, a neighbor of the photographer, smoking during a snowstorm on 7th Street. She is wearing a brown sweater with a shawl collar, an unzipped red coat, a...
Date: date unknown
Description: Full-length studio portrait of Carl Stumpf sitting in a chair with his legs crossed in front of a painted backdrop. He is wearing a suit with a bow tie and...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Four men with an International TD-18 crawler tractor (TracTracTor) and an Adams Elevating Grader. Caption on photograph reads, "A TD-18 and 42-inch Adams E...
Description: Wisconsin Historical Society employees Dawn Young and Ray Lamb staff the museum's historical drugstore exhibit.
Date: 1929 ca.
Description: A production still for the Fox Hearst film "Romance of the Reaper". The film was produced by International Harvester to celebrate the Reaper Centennial. A...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: A repair man checks a tire on a stand and a second inspects an inner tube while a customer looks on. Signs advertise Goodrich Tires, Bowes Seal Fast, and t...
Date: 1970 ca.
Description: A poster promoting an event which reads, "Afro Center Presents The Last Poets & *Black Haze." The event was held in the B-10 Commerce Building on Sunday, D...
Description: Drivers make last minute adjustments to their automobiles at the start of the Milwaukee Grand Prize race (later called the American Grand Prix).
Description: Head and shoulders portrait of Increase A. Lapham.
Description: Vignetted portrait of Francis Scott Key, author of the poem that inspired "The Star Spangled Banner". The poem was written while he was on a ship in Baltim...
Description: "Justy" Justman entertains Ralph Widmer and his caregiver, Eiko Olson, in Ralph's home.
Description: A nurse holding a mirror so that the photographer can see the face of a girl in an iron lung. Hanging from the machine are a number of greeting cards. The...
Date: 1970-04-25 ca.
Description: The Sorry Muthas performing on stage at night at the Sound Storm music festival. Cal Hand - dobro, black hat, seated; Judy Larson - singing, guitar; Papa J...
Description: Split ring gear that was a later component of a rod mill was purchased by ACC-Vickers-Babcock Limited and exported to India. Original Falk caption reads, "...
Description: Eight Girl Scouts kneeling around a campfire inside a campfire ring at Camp Indianola.
Description: Studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk girl posed standing on the left wearing a light-colored print dress, and a Ho-Chunk woman posed sitting on a elaborate wicker...
Description: Governor Walter Goodland and his wife Madge in their kitchen pickling pears.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of William E. Black, Milwaukee lawyer.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Two farmers use an International 8-16 tractor with attached machinery to plow a farm field. Harvested bundles of a crop are in the distance.
Description: Anita Stewart wears a dress made of burlap playing Olympia in the Vitagraph production "The Wood Violet" (1912).
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