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Description: Paul bartending at The 19th Hole.
Description: Costume sketch of a black, masquerade suit with a purple and red cloak created for Cary Grant and John Williams in "To Catch a Thief".
Description: Survey and development plan of the home grounds area of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Parker, drawn in red, black, and brown ink.
Description: Costume sketch of a black ball gown with a white apron and trim created for "To Catch a Thief".
Description: Harry bartending at The 44th Street Club.
Description: Artist's courtroom depiction of Karlton Armstrong.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A drawing on beige paper of a design for a pendant. The design features two teardrop shaped pearls, each suspended from a foliate ring with one ring suspen...
Description: Bird's-eye view of the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus looking northwest. Building at top of hill, to left of center is Bascom Hill (Main Hall) and...
Description: Model of the new Engineering Building at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Designed by the State Bureau of Architecture.
Description: A cartoon depicting the rescue of oppressed people by the United States, entitled "What The United States Has Fought For".
Description: A rendering on tissue paper of the floor plan for the first floor of a house design for Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hayworth.
Description: Cover illustration for the Hillside Calendar depicting a girl with birds and flowers.
Description: Sticker for the Republican presidential and vice-presidential candidates: Alf Landon and Frank Knox. The sunflower, the Kansas state flower, is part of it...
Description: A pencil drawing of two views of Butte des Morts. View #3 is from the east at the time of excavation. View #4 is from the south at the time of excavation....
Description: A pencil drawing of of a costume for Patricia Neal as Alma Brown in the film "Hud". The woman in the drawing is wearing a dress, apron, and low shoes, and...
Date: 1958 ca.
Description: An architectural rendering of Irving School.
Description: Pencil drawing of the Pendarvis and Trelawny Houses. Stone building with six over six windows on two levels, and three entrances. A stone wall runs along t...
Description: 3 cent stamp design with a Wisconsin theme in blue.
Description: Arnold bartending at Gus's.
Description: An architectural rendering of a proposed lakefront development plan.
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