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Description: Republican Senator and independent, third-party presidential candidate, Robert M. La Follette, Sr., chats with Senator Burton K. Wheeler, a Democratic sena...
Date: 1944-12-06 ca.
Description: Wisconsin Governor Walter S. Goodland seated at his desk in the Capitol with pipe in hand.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two portraits of an elderly man with a beard posed sitting with a Farmer's Almanac in his coat pocket. Behind him is a dropcloth for a backdrop.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Men standing in front of the Henry Elling California general store, one of the first in Montana, with goods presented around the entry way.
Date: 1929 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the building under construction, with two men working on the side of the log building on wooden scaffolds. This is probably on the site of...
Description: View of a parade for Old Homecoming Week. A marching band led by a man on horseback marches down a crowded commercial street, decorated with flags and bun...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Robert M. La Follette political poster asking voters to consider La Follette's views and the opposition's views.
Description: Rear view from right of a farmer cultivating a field with a McCormick-Deering Farmall AV tractor and attached cultivator.
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: A man stands behind what appears to be a Holstein cow in a barnyard. A farm building appears in the background.
Description: Exterior of the drugstore of Joseph Mabbett Alcott at 90 Wisconsin Street. Pictured are Charles Alcott (left), his son, and store helpers.
Description: Four workers are shown in Lebanon Chain Works, the site of the production of the largest chain in the world, measuring 3 3/16 inches.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: C.L. (Neal) Harrington standing among the pines (Trout Lake?).
Date: 1886 ca.
Description: Stereograph of men unloading lumber off a raft. A man at the left loads lumber onto a horse-drawn wagon while a man in an apron holds the horses. There is...
Description: A house trailer, owned by Edward Kirby, exploded at the Taylor trailer camp, 1038 South Park Street. The explosion was caused by a bottle gas leak. Kirby a...
Description: Two mud-splattered International trucks with drivers parked in front of the a wooden water tank. The tank has a hand painted sign that reads: "Positively N...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A farmer (possibly in Russia?) on a horse-drawn mower in a field.
Description: H.H. (Henry Hamilton) Bennett's damaged hand sustained in the Civil War permanently crippled his right hand.
Description: Customers wait for their prescriptions to be filled at Morris Adelman's Drugstore.
Description: View of a group of miners on horseback crossing a bridge into Fairbanks, Alaska, May 20th, 1905. Houses can be seen on the other side of the river. Text on...
Description: Front cover featuring a color illustration of a man forging a chain on an anvil. He is wearing a winged helmet with the word "Progress" on the front. The c...
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