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Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Men standing in front of the Henry Elling California general store, one of the first in Montana, with goods presented around the entry way.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Men use a horse-drawn reaper(?) or hemp harvester(?) to harvest hemp in a field. The hemp was used to produce binder twine.
Description: Members of the Zonta Club sponsored a community-wide dinner and educational program for Hear, Inc. at the Park Hotel. Left to Right: Ruth Dickie, retiring...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View across dirt road of two businesses. On the left is a two-story brick building with large windows which are painted with signs that say: "Habermann Buf...
Description: A messenger hands materials to Lawrence Larson, in the Senate Chamber of the Wisconsin State Capitol. From left to right are Jerry Czarnecki, Hanford Wesle...
Date: date unknown
Description: Page of photographs removed from the Grant Family bible. Included are images of Grandma and Grandpa Dent, an unidentified man, an unidentified woman, Mrs....
Description: Workers in trial fields of the Leonard Seed Company, with the processing plant in the background.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: View looking down hill towards a roadbed and bridge constructed out of timbers that cross a small stream or river. In the distance on the far hill is a per...
Description: Two men process hemp in a DeForest plant for use as cord and rope during World War II. The men feed hemp into a rolling machine which crushes the stalks be...
Description: Two women converse on a dirt path between wood and canvas cabins at Camp Woodland. Some of the structures have potted plants in front of them.
Description: Exterior view of the University of Wisconsin library with two individuals sitting on its front steps.
Description: Meeting of the anti-Castro group Commandos L with radio transmitter and receiver. Four men sit around a kitchen table with a radio transmitter and receiver...
Description: Dr. J.P. Scanlan, Wisconsin historian.
Description: Three young children pose around a baby in a buggy in a farmyard. A man stands off to the side near a McCormick binder holding the reins for two horses in...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Nelson P. Hulst, Milwaukee engineer.
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Fourth Avenue, showing the ornate Al. Ringling Theatre, Ryan Hickethier & Co, "A Sears Associated Store", and a portion of the Trimpey Studios storefront....
Description: Eight horses drawing a circus wagon in parade. Parade coming from the circus ground at the white pine grove in the bend of the river, going north on First...
Description: Three men comprising an Oscar Mayer cancer (?) committee.
Description: A woman carrying a basket on her back leads a mule laden with bundles across an airstrip at Keukacham village, Laos. There are 55-gallon drums near a tent,...
Date: 1855 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of John Johnston (1836-1904) as a young man. John was born in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. He came to Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1856 and became a...
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