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Description: A painting of 'The Battle Between the Monitor and the Merrimac.' The work commemorates the Battle of Hampton Roads, fought on March 8–9, 1862, and depicts...
Description: Governor Rennebohm is shown as he accepted a freshly baked cranberry pie from Joanne Fiedler, Tomah's cranberry queen. Queen Joanne, members of her court,...
Description: Portrait of Angus "Mac" McVicar, age 20, in front of the new family car. The photograph was probably taken by his father while the family was on vacation.
Date: 1863 ca.
Description: Woodcut of Andersonville Prison from the "Report of the Andersonville Monument Commission." About 1863-1865.
Description: Group of men and women from Forest Products Lab posed with wooden propellers in front of a building.
Description: Head and shoulders oval studio portrait of Thor P. Sloan, a first sergeant in Company E, 15th Wisconsin Infantry, in uniform, holding a musket across his c...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Frank Arthur Sillman, Milwaukee accountant.
Description: Overhead view of U.S. Marines firing rifles, possibly at a Marine Corps rifle range.
Date: 1876 ca.
Description: Group of people in front of iron fence with wagon and carriage; large brick mansardic house in background has large bay window on upper and lower stories,...
Description: A hunter poses with a large bear hainging in a wooded area at Lone Pine Camp. His rifle leans against the bear.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Men leaving an International Harvester factory building in Russia. The original caption reads: "employment office, timekeeping office, etc.; entrance gate;...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Street side view of foot traffic on Broad Street with large brick buildings. Ed. N. Burdick, number 13.
Description: Four members of United Packinghouse Workers Union Local 309 (which was part of District 9) on strike against the W.W. Pickle Company. The picket sign carri...
Description: View of seven men wearing pants, boots, belts and long-sleeved button-up shirts holding a box and three stringers of fish they caught. The wooden boats in...
Description: View from street of two men standing on the sidewalk in front of the Hofstetter tavern. The Gisholt sales representative standing on the left is holding a...
Description: This drive was purchased by Pennsylvania Engineering and used by Republic Steel Cleveland. Falk caption reads,"BOF drive, for specifications see Engineerin...
Description: Huntly Gordon (in character as Harleth Crossey) and Irene Castle (as Marcia Crossey) pose outdoors in a full-length publicity photograph for "The Invisible...
Description: Portrait of Methodist Bishop Edwin H. Hughes, acting bishop of the Wisconsin area of Methodists.
Description: Two members of the anti-Castro group, Commandos L, at rifle marksmanship training in the Everglades. One man lies on the gravelly ground aiming a rifle and...
Description: Elevated view of male printers, hand-setting type in the workroom at J.H. Yewdale Printing Company.
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