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Description: Studio portrait of four women in hats, two standing and two sitting, in front of a painted backdrop.
Date: 1915-02-22 ca.
Description: A group of men, women, and children gathered around an outdoor barbecue pit as meat roasts. The barbecue took place at Louis Frank Sessions' farm during a...
Description: The Koll farm is located on the south end of Theresa village limits at 337 Menomonee Street. Paul & Evangelline Koll purchased the farm from Adolph Neumeye...
Date: date unknown
Description: Waist-up studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of an unidentified middle-aged man posing sitting on the left, and an unidentified middle-aged woma...
Description: Studio portrait of an unidentified European American woman posed sitting in a chair with a tasseled back. She is wearing a dark-colored dress with a button...
Description: Two horse-drawn wagons travel toward each other on a rutted, dirt road. It appears that a woman wearing a bonnet and shawl is driving the nearer wagon, wit...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Close-up of a woman's hands holding the wire handles of a wooden rack made for holding jars during canning.
Description: Women's style show at Manchesters Department Store with six female models wearing long dresses on stage, and a female announcer at the microphone.
Description: Lillian Scholes, demonstrating a prototype typewriter invented by her father, Christopher Latham Scholes.
Description: Postcard depicting men and women office workers taking a break in a celebratory mode. The original caption reads at the bottom "We are taking a day off."
Description: Mrs. Mary Shaughnessy standing in front of barn where men are loading the silo. Her farm was on the site where Granville School was later built.
Description: View looking down at passengers posing on the steamboat "Eolah" on the Wisconsin River shoreline.
Description: Poster supporting Toby Emmer for Sheriff in Dane County, endorsed by the Wisconsin Alliance. Features a photograph of Emmer sitting in a rocking chair on a...
Date: 1917-09 ca.
Description: Khaki-covered Bibles being made by the American Bible Society for American fighters during World War I. The goal was one million testaments. All the worker...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Women working on the automobile assembly line at Nash Motors (later American Motors) during World War I.
Description: Native Americans posing for a group portrait, with two drummers are sitting in the front row.. The group is wearing a mix of western dress and native dress...
Description: View from behind of a man with a small swarm of bees attached to the back of his sweater. He is standing at the back of an outdoor beekeeping class. About...
Description: Randy and Carrie Wendling own this barn located at W2419 Allen Road. Randy's parents, Reinhold and Ester, bought the farm in 1945 from Tony Jagow. Randy an...
Date: 1876 ca.
Description: Women kitchen staff posed by tables set for a meal at Luther College. "View of the Dining Hall" as identified in Dahl's 1877 "Catalogue of Stereoscopic Vie...
Description: Film still of actress.
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