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Description: A large wood frame mill building with one-story brick addition. There is an elevated door with a roof which was probably used for deliveries. In the far ba...
Description: Formally a Universalist Church (under Rev. Augusta Chapin), then a Baptist church, later a club house and eventually a dance hall. Photograph taken after...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Two men wearing hats pour cement from a bucket into a wooden form to build a foundation for a silo. Behind them is a farm building.
Description: The third page of a letter written by Sylvester "Pat" Weaver to James W. Young. It includes Weaver's signature in ink.
Description: Brochure for the forty-eighth Annual Regatta of the Inland Lake Yachting Association features a photograph of ten sailboats and a motorized judges' boat. E...
Description: Group portrait of seventh and eighth grade students from Raymond School with their teacher, Mr. Philbrick.
Date: date unknown
Description: Family and animals, including horses and cattle with some apparent shorthorn markings, near barn. Nearby is a wagon piled with hay, as well as some farm m...
Date: 1965 ca.
Description: Front view of a high school for African American students. SNCC Arkansas Project.
Description: Albert and Sophie Kouba look through their collection of Native American relics, including many arrowheads.
Description: The Zimmerman twins, Lettie and Lloyd, celebrated their 11th birthday with 54 friends and 12 teachers at Lincoln School. Lettie and Lloyd are shown accepti...
Description: French Battery and Carbon Company, later known as Rayovac. The old circle belt in the Madison plant.
Description: Studio portrait, in front of a painted backdrop, of a young Ho-Chunk woman posed sitting wrapped in a tied fringed shawl, between two other young Ho-Chunk...
Description: John Harrison, 616 Williamson Street, with part of his brood of doomed white rats. City health department ordered their extermination.
Description: Pictured are Roy Matson, editor of the Wisconsin State Journal (seated), and Louise Marston, society editor of the paper (standing at left), discuss...
Description: As part of his support for education, Congressman David Obey visited many schools within his district. Here he observed elementary school students in Wisco...
Description: Pictured in the executive residence at the inaugural reception for Governor Walter S. Goodland's third term are, from the left: Mrs. J. George (Hildegarde)...
Description: A male beauty operator gives a woman a facial massage in the Baron Brothers Department Store Beauty Shop/"Bobber" Shop.
Description: Miss Frances Baldwin (right), the new executive secretary of Family Service poses with a mother and two children. Family Services is supported by the Unite...
Description: Lewis Arms sits on a railing outside University Hospital where he worked as a storeroom clerk. He is wearing a white jacket and hat.
Description: Bluteau's Drive-In Market, 2418 University Avenue, featuring Calvert Liquor sign and fresh turkeys. Sign reads "Clear heads choose Calvert".
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