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Date: 1935 ca.
Description: View from water of men fishing from boats along lakeshore in front of three cabins on Upper Eau Claire Lake.
Description: The G.A.R. (Grand Army of the Republic) Memorial Hall, on the top floor of the Wisconsin State Capitol. The installation was redesigned by the staff of the...
Date: 1979 ca.
Description: Flyer for the Magic Picnic, a celebration of the lesbian and gay community, which took place in Brittingham Park.
Description: Exterior of the Sperstad Hardware and Implement Company, an International Harvester dealership. Two Deep Rock Gasoline pumps are near the front entrance. T...
Description: Farmhouse at the Governor Oscar Rennebohm farm, on U.S. Highway 151, five miles east of the Capitol between Madison and Sun Prairie.
Description: Al St. John (at right) and two other actors in a publicity still for "The Alarm," a William Fox production from 1922.
Description: View down Broadway featuring carriages and automobiles parked near storefronts. Published by Clinton Bowen.
Description: Two men use a No. 3 McCormick and Deering Hammer Mill in a farm yard. One man is standing in a wagon and the other in the bed of a truck.
Description: Woman feeding calf from a bucket.
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: Twenty-one members of the Gullik K. Springen family, and one dog, in a farmyard with carriage, two-story stone house, wood barn and stone barn in the backg...
Description: H.D. Ulmer stands behind the counter of his Indian Rocks brand fruit basket gift shop. The original caption reads, "H.D. Ulmer, owner of 75-acre farm near...
Description: Interior of Adirondack Bats, Inc. baseball bat plant. These bats, made from New York and Pennsylvania white ash, received their final finish and are ready...
Description: Vignetted carte-de-visite portrait of James T. Lewis. His signature appears below the image.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Women working with tools, including a saw, in the University of Wisconsin Agricultural Extension women's carpentry class.
Description: Copy photograph of a studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk man posed sitting in front of a painted backdrop, holding a photograph of a house, and wearing a suit an...
Description: Workers loading Farmall F-12 tractors onto railroad cars using an overhead crane outside International Harvester's Tractor Works. The factory yard is cover...
Date: date unknown
Description: A potato slicer, being used by a married woman to slice potatoes.
Description: A girl's dormitory or one of the hospital wards during the La Grippe epidemic at the Warm Springs Agency in Oregon.
Description: Photographic postcard of Main Street. People, automobiles, and horse-drawn vehicles line the dirt-covered street and sidewalks. A Gold Medal Flour billboar...
Description: Workmen working on the Herbert F. Johnson Residence, "Wingspread," designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The building was completed in 1937.
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