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Description: Thomas N. Boate, public safety director of the Association of Casualty and Surety Companies, presents an award to Wisconsin for its high place in the train...
Description: Terry Justman purchased this barn in 1996.
Description: The Madison Community Chest campaign kick-off luncheon at Grace Episcopal Church. Shown at the speakers table, clockwise from the left are: F. Halsey Kraeg...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A group of women reading in a large room. One woman stands in front of a glass-fronted bookcase against the back wall. The woman wear brightly colored and...
Description: Interior of Harper Battery Service, located at 124 West Main Street. There is a man standing with his foot on the running board of an automobile, holding a...
Description: Group portrait in front of a painted backdrop of some 22 members of the F. and G. Stanley families, associated with the F. and G. Stanley Manufacturing Pla...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Joseph Very Quarles, Milwaukee attorney.
Description: Mrs. Merle Q. Howard, Milwaukee, president of the women's auxiliary to the State Medical Society of Wisconsin, was the guest of honor at the luncheon meeti...
Description: Jennie and Edgar Krueger, at 11 months and 17 days old, each sitting on a chair covered with a dark cloth. They are posed in front of a white backdrop and...
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: The stencil list department of The W.S. Ponton Company.
Description: H.H. Bennett Studio Christmas portrait of two women, Miriam and Ruth, daughters of H.H. Bennett, and one man, Oliver Reese, posed with many cameras, some o...
Description: A nun folds her hands at her waist and stands for a studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop.
Description: Factory workers run machines in the Diesel [Engine] Machine Shop at Milwaukee Works.
Date: date unknown
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of two Ho-Chunk women posed sitting wearing several necklaces, earrings, and shawls wrapped around their wai...
Description: A newspaper article in the "Chicago Sunday" tribune titled "Largest Staff of Its Kind in the World — At N.W.U." featuring a photograph of Richard Ely and h...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of John Kulzick, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Description: Copy photograph of a studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk woman posed standing on the left with her left hand on the right shoulder of a Ho-Chunk woman posed sitt...
Description: Four teenagers hold scripts while trying out for roles in the 1958 summer season. From left to right are Gordon Taylor, Susan Kearl, Donna Golfinos, and Do...
Description: Otto F. Schultz working in his tool shop.
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Leonard W. Weeks. He was born in Caledonia County, Vermont, on November 18, 1805, and moved to Wisconsin in the spring of 1...
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