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Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Factory workers using metal lathes to machine parts at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company...
Description: Lee Barker, left, Wisconsin Rapids, named governor of the Madison district of Rotary clubs, chatted with three prominent Rotarians who spoke in the distric...
Description: Governor Vernon W. Thomson receives a gavel made by school children in Israel upon his signing of a proclamation of World Jewish Child's Day. Members of th...
Date: date unknown
Description: Signs read: "King Hardware and Lumber" "Mayors office" "W.N. Parks" "Fish Bros. Wagon Co." and "Coca-Cola" Text on photograph reads: "Street Scene In New A...
Description: Factory workers at their stations in International Harvester's West Pullman Works.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Stereograph view of the Hutson House, with people standing on its balcony and porch.
Description: Among those receiving certificates at the Building Trades Apprenticeship Banquet are, left to right: William Way, Philip Engen, and Leroy Grieshammer. The...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Clifton Williams, Milwaukee lawyer.
Description: Colorized postcard of the Cow Bridge. A farm is on the shoreline on the right. A man is standing on the bridge. Text in the lower right corner reads: "The...
Description: Men's city golf champions, left, Steve Caravello, 1949 champion, and right, Harland Reich, 1948 champion shake hands. The tournament was at Blackhawk Count...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A man feeds hemp into a hemp tow machine.
Description: University of Wisconsin Badgers oarsmen pull away from the California Bears in a varsity crew race on Lake Mendota.
Description: Father Robert Drinan, the first Catholic priest elected to the U.S. Congress and a strong opponent of the war in Vietnam, at a panel sponsored by the Insti...
Description: Paul Robeson, Mrs. Emil H. Jones and Leo Krzycki pose for a group portrait at a Win the Peace Luncheon. They are wearing suits and standing in front of a b...
Description: Coupling that was purchased by Western Bearing of Sparks, Nevada and used by The Anaconda Company of Yerington, Nevada. Male employee in photograph is Glor...
Description: View down a road scattered with carriages and people. Stores line the sides of the street.
Description: Two men are using teams of horses to pull a hay rake on the left, and a mower on the right. There are farm buildings and cows beyond a fence in the backgr...
Date: 1922 before
Description: Construction workers pose at the entrance of the public school during construction.
Description: "The Jack & Ruth Burns Family. Front: Tim, Tom, Ruth, Jack, Teresa 'Chicki,' & Nancy. Back: Margaret 'Peggy,' Jackie, & Heidi."
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Two women and six men are cutting grain or hay using hand tools and horse-drawn implements. Behind them is a frame house.
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