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Description: Interior of the Brau Haus, a German-American Rathskeller. A German band wearing costumes stands on the small stage at the restaurant, some holding musical...
Description: "Kristin was our waitress at Jerry's Old Town Inn." From left to right: Kristin, Shirley Widmer, Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker, and Carl Bernhard.
Description: "Milton Retzlaff showed off some huge red Pontiac potatoes including a monster that weighted in at a whopping 2 1/2 pounds. Milton claims the potatoes are...
Description: Members of Nukewatch protesting at the Project Elf facility near Clam Lake. This protest was part of the organization's annual Hiroshima event, and the pro...
Description: (Left to right) are Eiko Olson; Karissa, our waitress; J.P. Widmer; Brenda Wilz; and Shirley Widmer."
Description: A young boy helps his grandfather unload a cart of split logs.
Description: Madison Community Chest sponsored Farley Tract community garden. Erwin O. Huebnow, the 1948 Farley tract head, is shown with Professor Paul Bender, who is...
Description: Interviewed outside a meat packing plant near Des Moines, Russian Premier Nikita Khrushchev pronounced his first American hot dog to be "wonderful, but not...
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: View from a street of a man seated on the front porch steps of a house. A picket fence and front walk are in the foreground.
Description: There's nothing like a threat to the fortunes of the dairy business to bring Wisconsin political leaders together. Here two Republicans and two Democrats t...
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: Man looking at the camera while he is washing clothes in a washtub. He is wearing a sleeveless shirt and pants with suspenders while he does the laundry.
Description: A man wearing overalls sits with a newspaper in his hands at a table in a house. Original caption reads: "Mr. Tony Gildig owner of McCormick-Deering 6 can...
Description: Carson Gulley, senior chef at the University of Wisconsin residence halls, puts on a cooking demonstration at the Loraine Hotel as part of a Norge home app...
Description: A man wearing overalls and a cap uses a saw powered by a 1.5 horsepower McCormick-Deering engine to cut wood on International Harvester's Hinsdale experime...
Description: Waitresses Carlene, Laura, and Corey, pose for a photograph at an unidentified Rennebohm Drug Store restaurant. To the left, Steve Kimbrough, seated with h...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Scene in a small city park showing a group of local women serving luncheon to soldiers recently returned from service in the first World War. Very possibly...
Description: Governor Walter Goodland pickling pears.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Interior view of a kitchen in a logging camp with light coming in from a window on the far right. Two men are posed standing, and another man is sitting in...
Description: Frank family banquet at the home of Morris L. Frank, located at 611 Chapman Street. The family were Greenbush residents.
Description: A large group of men are using log poles to pull the side of a new timber framed barn up to meet the roof line.
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