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Description: Portrait of Bob Johnson, Janesville, an outstanding performer at the Madison West High School Relay Carnival at the Field House.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: A group of children walking up a grassy hill together, with text that reads "The health of the child is the power of the nation". Created for the United St...
Date: date unknown
Description: View of Wilson Park. A woman walks on a path that leads to the right, and houses can be seen in the background.
Description: Journalist John Prindle, left, doing an on-the-street interview with Conrad Druse, veteran and University of Wisconsin graduate student, about his opinions...
Description: Soldiers pulling 155mm howitzer with an M-5 tractor at Camp Adair, Oregon. The original caption reads: "This is the new M-5 tractor which replaces 2 and...
Description: Mr. William J. Kappel of Fort Wayne, Indiana, was the 20 millionth beneficiary. President Johnson presented his first check to him at a White House ceremon...
Description: Waist-up studio portrait of an unidentified young European American woman posed sitting in a chair with a tasseled back. She is wearing a light-colored tig...
Description: New City County Building, located at 210 Monona Avenue (Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard as of January 19, 1987), taken from the corner of Monona Avenue a...
Description: Four women posing in chairs while a man sits on the floor holding a child, all in front of a piano.
Description: Norman Hahn, chief engineer for WIBA and WIBA-FM, is shown at one section of the 10,000 watt transmitter.
Description: Four close-up views of the Craig tractor. They include, from top left, connecting-rod bearings, rear wheel, transmission, and radiator.
Description: Interior of a drugstore. Two men and one woman behind the counter. Persons identified, from left to right, Mrs. Roddy, Ben Warner, and an unidentified man.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Cleopatra's Needle with Devil's Lake in the background. There is a cottage on the far side of the lake.
Description: "Conrad Starke" (possibly a tugboat) cruising on the water near a bridge in an industrial area. The waterway is probably connected to Lake Michigan. Three...
Description: Color illustration of the Oliver Patent Chilled Plow. On the back is a description of the advantages of the plow.
Description: Battalion Seabees work on waterfront construction using an International K-line truck.
Description: Mrs. Wasilinsky from Cumberland giving a candle making demonstration at the Polk-Burnett County Beekeeper Meeting. Mrs. Weber, Secretary Treasurer in the b...
Description: Treasury Design No. 50, "Pilot." The poster features a pilot with his the index finger of his right hand and all five fingers of his left in the air for a...
Description: Scores of actors costumed as Ukrainian village men, women, and children clap and sing in a production still for "The North Star." Six musicians standing in...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Exterior view of a Catholic church and parsonage.
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