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Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of unidentified woman wearing a light colored dress with a ruffled collar and a pin.
Description: Dr. Nicholas Senn demonstrates surgical techniques at Rush Medical College.
Description: Steam log hauler made by Phoenix Manufacturing Company of Eau Claire, pulling loaded skids through snow. Rice Lake lumber camp, overland spur.
Date: date unknown
Description: Half plate ambrotype of Franz Massing with his wife, and daughter Frances. Massing was the founder of the Madison Mannerchor in 1870. The family is seated....
Description: An outdoor group portrait of a birthday party. A cake with many candles and a lace tablecloth sits on a table in front. Most of the party are dressed up. N...
Description: Patricia Ferneding of Hartland, Wisconsin takes her Lightweight Hunter named Just So over a jump at the Wisconsin State Fair. Miss Ferneding won the Ladies...
Description: "Today we visit Cinder's in Farmersville. Their address is N10113 Hwy Z, Mayville, WI."
Description: Waist-up studio portrait of a woman wearing a lace collar with pin posed sitting.
Description: View down dirt road towards Madison from Elmside. There is a horse and buggy on the side of the road near the shoreline, with a woman wearing a veil sittin...
Description: Studio portrait of two Ho-Chunk men posed sitting in front of a painted backdrop with their right hands clasped, both wearing suit coats. The man on the ri...
Description: Wilbur J. Cohen, at the podium during his swearing-in as Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, makes a remark that causes his wife Eloise, President...
Description: Irene Steinkopf, wife of Associated Press foreign correspondent Alvin J. Steinkopf and a former Milwaukee journalist, tastes her first Viennese coffee with...
Description: A clown in the Fourth of July parade sponsored by the East Side Business Men's Association (ESBMA) helps a young girl open her package of candy. The girl i...
Description: Burkie West and his grandaughter Catherine West answer a police officer's questions after their automobile was hit by a train. Both incurred minor injuries...
Description: Three-quarter length, seated portrait of Mrs. Edward Petersen with her grandson, William Otto Petersen (1926-2012). Mrs. Petersen is wearing a dress with l...
Description: Group having a picnic on Bear Island of the Apostle Islands. Group includes Cora A. Hull, Mrs. Chute, John Webb, Bob Webb, Mrs. Webb, Mrs. Austin, and Mr....
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: An unidentified woman standing next to an engraved wooden memorial in Kripplein Christi cemetery.
Description: A woman with green hair is holding a green stick with the text "Ohio" on it. Drawn in green is a snake at top right, wearing a hat, and clover leaves. On t...
Description: Backyard apiary of Elias Fox. Chickens are in the yard among the numbered beehives. Fox and family are posing standing in the background in front of a fenc...
Description: "Johnny" Zeier, manager and coach of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Madison's Boys Baseball program. Zeier was a Softball Hall of Fame pitcher.
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