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Description: Ferrotype/tintype of Minnie Beers, daughter of William and Agnes Beers. She is sitting and resting her arm on the arm of a cast iron chair. She is wearing...
Description: Workers climbing on an International K-7 truck owned by Southern Bell Telephone Company, ready to service customers between Jacksonville and Camp Blanding,...
Description: "The North Fond du Lac Family Restaurant is at 726 Wisconsin Avenue in North Fond du Lac."
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Aerial view of a farm and surrounding fields farmed with the contour method. Shocks of grain dot several of the fields.
Description: Illegal gambling machines in Kelley's Tavern, in the city of Lake Geneva.
Description: Two men sit in a photography studio and pose with a photograph of a standing man which is displayed between two vases of flowers on a table in front of a p...
Description: Striking workers near a railroad crossing march in a circle holding handmade signs.
Description: Group portrait of seventeen officers of newly established teenaged business firms of the Madison Junior Achievement program. Under the program, the teenage...
Description: Members of the St. Andrews Episcopal Church Women's Auxiliary plan a "Candy Cane Carnival." Left to right are Mrs. Frank S. (Virginia) Moulton, Mrs. John H...
Description: Men use a "Big Four" gas tractor to pull a Buffalo-Pitts tractor out of a hole at the Winnipeg tractor contest in Canada. The "Big Four" tractor was built...
Description: Falls House, a little one-dollar-a-day hotel near the banks of the Black River at the corner of First and Fillmore Streets, built by Susan Gebhardt in 1886...
Description: The Herfurth house, 703 East Gorham Street, built by Theodore Herfurth around 1870 and owned in 1952 by Mrs. Ralph Dennis.
Description: Ethel Barrymore, wearing a mid-19th century dress with basque waist and crinoline, stands by a window. She is costumed for the title role in the 1916 silen...
Description: Julia Kuhn, known as Julie on the television program "Aunt Julie's Story Train" shown on WKOW on Saturday afternoons, was the guest speaker at the tenth an...
Description: Townspeople and a Ford automobile in front of a one-room schoolhouse in rural Alabama. The original caption reads: "This school house at Alpine, Ala., is a...
Description: Portrait of a Ho-Chunk log grave house in a wooded area.
Description: Waist-up studio portrait of Francis "Frankie" Irene Douty, the first wife of H.H. Bennett.
Description: View of F.W. little residence, "Northome," in winter.
Description: View from street of children and adults gathered along the sidewalk to watch as Madison observes Memorial Day with a parade and three memorial services aro...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View across harvested field towards men and a young girl posing near a man using a horse-drawn McCormick binder. Farm buildings and fences are in the backg...
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