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Description: Studio portrait of Iowa man, Emi-dughra, known as John Ford. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Iowa Tribes
Date: 1931 ca.
Description: Tom Simoc, 14, poses with a Guernsey cow near a log barn. On the reverse of the photograph is written, "Won prizes at Co. Fair, 1930." Tom was the son of N...
Description: Arms control talks between visiting Soviets and American legislators. Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey sat in on the talks with Congressman Tom Downey,...
Description: The front page of The Gaylord Nelson Newsletter published in November of 1969. The featured story is "Environmental Teach-In Planned".
Date: date unknown
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Alfred Lilienthal, who was an attorney, writer and lecturer. He was the Secretary of the Washington Chapter of the Americ...
Date: 1887-09 before
Description: Front and back covers for the Ninth International Medical Congress banquet, with a female figure draped in a gown with stars and stripes, a head wrap with...
Description: Full-length portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright standing at the foot of the steps of the national Capitol.
Description: Portrait of William Terrill Bradby wearing a headdress and holding a club. Part of the Algonquian and Pamunkey Tribes.
Description: Merriman Smith, perched on a table with Dayton Moore in the press lounge. They are two correspondents who covered the White House.
Description: Senator Gaylord Nelson and Congressman Robert Kastenmeier in the reception area of Nelson's office.
Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey, who formed a bluegrass band known as the Capital Offenses, played the harmonica in the State Capital rotunda at the me...
Date: 1965 ca.
Description: A domed building with columns likely the U.S. Capitol building. Trees and a lamppost are in the foreground.
Description: Studio portrait of Iowa man, Joseph Springer. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Iowa Tribes.
Description: Erwin Knoll, then a reporter with the Newhouse Newspapers, interviewing Senator Clifford Case of New Jersey. Knoll later became the editor of the Progre...
Date: 1947-12-13 before
Description: Menu from the winter dinner of the Gridiron Club, with a "Where Do We Go from Here?" cartoon by Clifford K. Berryman of President Truman as each rider on a...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Three women and man posing next to a water well under a pavilion in a park. The women pose while the man pretends to drink from a bucket.
Description: Portrait of Grabbing Bear in Partial Native Dress. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Brule Tribes
Description: Portrait (Front) of Meshekigishig or Mezhukigizhik (Sky Striking The Earth) or (Sky Touching Ground) in partial native dress with headdress and ornaments a...
Description: Studio portrait of Wakinyanzi or Wakinyan Pazi (Yellow Thunder) in partial native dress with peace medal, headdress and breastplate and holding a pipe and...
Description: Studio portrait of Yumyekalimpt, called Jesse Stevens, Interpreter for Ahlakat, in partial native dress with headdress and ornaments. Part of Shahaptian an...
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