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Description: Original UPI Wirephoto transmission. Caption reads: "Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy holds the flag that draped her late husband's coffin as she turns from the gra...
Description: Newspaper photograph of the Robert Lamp home, 22 North Butler Street, built by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1903, and hidden in the center of one of Madison's upt...
Description: Article from University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point student newspaper Pointer titled "LAND of the giant-killers: David wins again" detailing the succ...
Description: The first printing of the United States Constitution found in the
"Pennsylvania Packet," and "Daily Advertiser."
Description: Cover of "The Rag." an underground newspaper, featuring a photograph of a young-looking girl smoking a marijuana joint.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Mrs. Upham obituary portrait. Some text from obituary, "Mrs. Upham Is Dead at 75. Widow of Attorney Was Leader in Club and Education Work."
Description: President of the Miller Brewing Company, Norman R. Klug, unveiled the Watertown Plank Road historical marker along with, to his left, James Fitzpatrick, pr...
Description: Imaginative pen and ink drawing featuring "a sportswriter with an automatic reel attached to his typewriter, an astrologer with his kingfisher prognosticat...
Description: First newspaper printing of "The Star Spangled Banner". Printed six days after the Battle of Fort McHenry, where Frances Scott Key wrote the poem that woul...
Description: Cover of "It Ain't Me Babe," an underground comic newspaper, featuring hippie scientists in a lab having just brought to life the bride of Frankenstein. Ma...
Description: Newspaper article declaring peace between the United States and Great Britain at the end of the War of 1812.
Description: This map shows in red the NorthWestern Railway Line routes running from Chicago, Illinois to northern Wisconsin and Michigan. The map includes cities and t...
Description: An article entitled "Most Colossal Animal Ever On Earth Just Found Out West", about the discovery of brontosaurus remains. The article includes illustratio...
Description: Original UPI Wirephoto transmission. Caption reads: "President John F. Kennedy greets a large crowd in a light rain in front of the Texas hotel prior to hi...
Description: An editorial article in the "New York Journal" written by William Randolph Hearst in the wake of the sinking of the "Maine."
Description: Sid's description of his imaginative drawing: "Charlie Lunker Bass is down at the rustic barber shop getting all slicked up to give the anglers an early mo...
Date: date unknown
Description: The second page of a newspaper article entitled, "Gen. T.C. McMackin & CO. Prentiss House, Vicksburg, Miss.".
Description: Newspaper clipping giving information about the chapel. Above the article is a photograph of a meeting in progress.
Description: Cover of "Berkeley Tribe," an underground newspaper, depicting a couple with a baby. Both the man and the woman are carrying a firearm. The newspaper logo...
Description: Cover of "Space City!," an underground newspaper, featuring an image of a smiley face with psychotherapy electrodes attached to it. Headline reads, "Psycho...
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