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Description: Katherine Aurner (Mrs. Robert R Aurner), paints at her home studio located at 1029 Seminole Highway in Nakoma.
Description: Survivors of a Viet Cong attack on the village of Vinh Quoi load onto a helicopter for medical evacuation. In the foreground a soldier carrying a rifle wal...
Date: 1903 before
Description: Head and shoulders portrait of a bearded James B. Pond wearing eyeglasses and his Medal of Honor rosette.
Description: Young people dance in the street on Bowen Court as part of city Recreation Department summer activities. Girls are dancing with girls and boys are dancing...
Description: A trio of Girl Scouts from Lapham School's Troop 16 present Norwegian folk song and dance, which will be part of a program featuring many scout groups. Lef...
Description: Journalist Rowland Evans, Jr., shortly before he began his partnership with Robert Novak.
Description: Cover of an advertising brochure for Avery Co. farm machinery, featuring a color illustration of an Avery tractor and plow.
Description: Mrs. Violet (Warren) Jollymore and baby Jock in car. Warren was a reporter for the Wisconsin Union Theater. Jock Warren Jollymore was born Sept. 20, 1947.
Description: Women workers at a Wisconsin canning factory inspect corn as it passes by them on conveyor belts.
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: A man walking with a cane in the sand dunes on Coney Island. A dilapidated fence cuts across the foreground of the beach and a rock jetty juts into the ba...
Description: University of Wisconsin Extension's new quarters for the department of discussion and public discussion. Workers Mrs. Marion West and Ruth Rowland are show...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Female worker operating machinery at Harvester Press, International Harvester's in-house print shop.
Description: The “Thunderbird Washout” float at the Adams-Friendship High School homecoming parade. On the float, a boy in football attire waves to the crowd.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Florence(?) Ward sits on disk harrow or plow at Liberty Farm as J. Ogden Armour looks on.
Description: Madison Legion Auxiliary tea at the American Legion clubhouse, 110 West Wilson Street. At the serving table are, left to right: Mrs Oscar (Louise) Onsgard,...
Description: University of Wisconsin coeds sit in a boat surrounded by sand bags in front of Ann Emery Hall, 265 Langdon Street, an independent women's dormatory. It w...
Description: Factory workers working on cream separator bowls at Milwaukee Works.
Description: A slightly elevated view of a civil rights sit-in at a Woolworth's lunch counter. John Salter is seated in the foreground. Sitting next to him is Joan Trum...
Description: Six men wearing black jackets and hats stand proudly in front of a giant catfish. The catfish rests on the bed of a horse-drawn sled. The text in the upper...
Description: Two unidentified young men pose in the snow with their firearms behind seven dead rabbits displayed on a barbed wire fence; there are three dogs on the oth...
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