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Description: Display of paper-wrapped rifle-musket cartridges, about .58 caliber, of the type used in the Civil War, compared with 30-40 U.S. rifle cartridges.
Description: Informal portrait of correspondent Robert M. Shaplen taken during World War II when he reported on the Pacific Theater for "Newsweek" magazine.
Description: Mapleside, a historic home on University Avenue, being demolished. It is the future location of Burger King.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Boy, identified as Joe, driving a goat pulling a cart.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Salvatorian Seminary and Provincial house.
Description: The dance hall at Theresa undergoing extensive remodeling by former TV personality Ward Allen.
Description: Traffic on Wells Street with the Germania Newspaper weekly building in the background.
Description: One of the stairwells on the outside of the Wisconsin State Capitol building, leading to the center of the building.
Description: Members of a Farmers Union workshop at Highlander Folk School are seen relaxing in the men's dormitories on bunk beds.
Description: West High School class night performers include Floyd Gelhaus, Judy Anderson, and Marjie Kelzenberg.
Description: Two drivers sit in their International Model "63" trucks, parked underneath coal chutes. The drivers worked for George Jaekel and Son's Coal and Ice Compan...
Date: 1850 ca.
Description: Sixth plate daguerreotype portrait of John Brady of Virginia, son of Captain Samuel Brady. Half-length, facing front with torso turned slightly to right.
Date: 1967 ca.
Description: Miss Lydia Henie, 76 years old, playing the piano in the devotional room of the Home for Aged Lutherans, 7500 West North Avenue.
Description: Aunt Lily Richmond (b.1862), right, and an unidentified woman.
Description: A view of men and women husking corn in the field behind a farmhouse. Seated from left to right are August Prahl, August Krueger, Sarah Krueger, William K...
Date: 1872 ca.
Description: Two women and three men are posed in a yard. One man has a shotgun, another a carpenter's saw. The frame house behind them has a small front porch with a r...
Date: date unknown
Description: Construction work, probably on East Washington Avenue. The Wisconsin State Capitol is in the far distance. A farmhouse is on the right. A pickax is in the...
Date: 1960 ca.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Professor Elizabeth Wickenden, professor of urban studies and technical consultant on public social policy to the Nationa...
Description: Two costumed dancers on the lawn at Rockford College.
Description: A group of campers hikes through the woods while carrying their bedrolls and camping equipment. The view features trees, a mountain, and a lake in the bac...
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