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Description: Meinhardt Raabe, dressed as Little Oscar, shakes hands with a man seated behind the wheel of the Wienermobile.
Description: Mrs. Annie Coon stands in a front yard with a bicycle, probably on the 400 block of West Washington Avenue. A long line of trees grow along the street of t...
Description: Assembly line worker inspecting a truck's engine compartment during testing operations at International Harvester's Chatham Works. The factory was owned by...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Street side view of foot traffic on Broad Street with large brick buildings. Ed. N. Burdick, number 13.
Description: Map showing the contour depths of the lakes in northwestern Waukesha County, Wisconsin. Roads, railroads, depots, churches, schools, and hotels in the area...
Description: Map showing the Wisconsin Central Railroad and its land grant, with the railroad and the land grant in color (red).
Description: Soap Box Derby participant, Warren Slightam, age 13, with Marshall "Marsh" Parkinson, yard manager of the J.J. Fitzpatrick Lumber Company, which is sponsor...
Description: Color photo of a man driving a white International Harvester Fleetstar 2070A Diesel with trailer in a parking lot with several other trailers full of orang...
Date: date unknown
Description: Engraved view of "The Jaws" in the Wisconsin Dells.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Advertising poster for Weber wagons, featuring an illustration titled "The Borrower," depicting men and horses at a blacksmith shop. One man is walking wit...
Description: This map shows railroads by operating freight and government agencies, Amtrak stations, ports, rail lines out of service, rail banks, and Rails-to-Trails....
Description: First block of West Main Street with E.W. Parker Jewelers, 9 W. Main, Cops Cafe, 11 W. Main Street, Rennebohm's drugstore, 13 W. Main, Levitan Building (ar...
Description: Located at 100 South Jefferson Street, started out as a Phillips 66 service station, built in 1935. It is currently Uncle Harry's Frozen Custard.
Description: A man uses a forklift to move boxes of Cub Cadet lawn tractors stacked on wooden pallets onto a train car. The Cub Cadets were manufactured at Internationa...
Description: "This is Crabby Joe's Pub and Grill. When we visited this place on January 16, 2004, it was known as Schuyler Street Pub, in Uptown Neosho. The address is...
Description: Cover of a "prospector" for International truck dealers. Cover includes a color illustration of truck, showing the color combination of International Stand...
Description: These barn buildings are owned by Ken Schoebel, who lives up the West Bend Road.
Description: Black and white postcard of the Soo Line railroad depot. Text in red in the upper left corner reads "'SOO' Depot, Bruce, Wis."
Description: Looking Northwest. Workers are standing on the right next to the exposed drainage pipes in the damaged bridge. Sheets and quilts are covering the entranc...
Description: A group of Davenport, Iowa, city officials and business leaders visited Madison to study the city's unique pigeon-hole parking unit at the Harry S. Manches...
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