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Description: Two women and a man work in the Empty Stocking Club's toy depot at the Madison Community Center.
Description: William Wendorf standing in a barn doorway wearing a white suit from Costa Rica. His cane rests against the doorway on the right.
Description: Two men use a 15-30(?) tractor and a grader on a dirt road. In the background are numerous oil derricks and industrial buildings.
Description: Workmen demolishing the North Wing of the third Wisconsin State Capitol. Because the North Wing escaped damage during the fire in 1904, the North Wing cont...
Description: A winter scene of the Capitol Square during the year's record snowstorm. Pictured are Mrs. Francis (Mayme) Harrison, 304 West Main Street, with her two ch...
Description: Jennie and Edgar Krueger sitting with their great grandparents, William and Johanna Krueger, on their porch across from the family farm.
Date: date unknown
Description: Statue of Abraham Lincoln freeing slaves. A young boy stands near Lincoln while a woman kneels at his feet.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A group of male and female students from Sunnyside School pose for an outdoor portrait with a dog and cat.
Description: Photographic postcard of the North Branch of the Oconto River at Chute Lake. The trees along the shoreline are reflected in the water.
Description: Group portrait at the Mary Church Terrell Creative Center, which was founded in 1963 by Bernice Lindsay (second from left). The Creative Center was located...
Description: This barn is located across the road from the Marilyn Steger home at W882 West Bend Rd.
Description: Herman Straus and son standing in front of printing press at Straus Printing Co., 214 East Washington Avenue.
Description: Portrait of Abel Dunning (1811-1881), one of the first farmers to take up residence in Dane County and the brother of prominent pharmacist Philo Dunning.
Description: River, with fence in foreground, reflecting trees and sunlight. On the right is a field with cows, a man near a fence, and a small dog.
Description: Three-quarter view from front of a group of men sitting in an Internatioal bus which is parked at the curb near what appears to be an International Harvest...
Description: A line of women sell goods alongside buildings on a Peruvian street.
Description: Exterior of the grade school.
Description: Two young co-eds from Maple Bluff, soon to leave for their universities. Pictured sitting on a stone retaining wall outside are from the left: Janet Huiska...
Date: 1937 ca.
Description: View looking down middle of Main Street. Businesses from left to right include the U.S. Post Office, Tire & Battery Service, Store - Tourist & Supplies, St...
Description: View across water of early construction of the bridge over Little Lake Buttes des Morts.
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