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Date: date unknown
Description: Waist-up studio portrait of a European American woman posed sitting and looking slightly towards the left. She is wearing a dark-colored button-down blouse...
Description: View of the north face of High Rock from cliff.
Description: Carl Thompson, Stoughton, national committeeman, and Gaylord Nelson, then a state senator and the chair of the Wisconsin delegation, conferring on the floo...
Description: Four women who will be responsible for women's summer events at the golf club are shown. Left to right, they are Viola Fenske, social chairman; Marion Voig...
Description: Madison Soap Box Derby champion, 15-year-old Roddy Botts (second from left), with his family mapping the route they will take on their motor trip to the na...
Description: An actor in an Indian headdress and jewelry for performance of "Black Hawk, or Lily of the Prairie," a drama written by Mary Elizabeth Mears and presented...
Description: A man uses a well to pump water into a metal bucket while standing in front of a farmhouse.
Description: Exterior view looking through the shop windows of the Fredie P. Wirth Lamp Shop. This image was used in the original brochure for the House on the Rock.
Description: View of the side porch at the Wade House.
Date: 1951 ca.
Description: Wisconsin Avenue at Sixth Street, looking east from near the front of the Milwaukee Public Library (left foreground). Taken at night; lighted clocks read 9...
Description: Interior view of Washington's Headquarters, built by Jacob Ford, Jr. in 1774. The living area stands in the foreground, and the rifle display room can be...
Description: An aerial view of the Milwaukee Works grounds that includes numerous large factory buildings, railways and smaller office buildings.
Description: Ruth Anderson, the music librarian at the Madison Public Library, adds another phonograph record to the library's phonographic record collection.
Description: Three women, employees of Oscar Mayer Company, hand gifts to co-worker Irene Loveland, who lost her home and personal possessions in a fire. Left to right...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: View of a street scene, with the Spooner State Bank in the foreground and the William Busch Meat Market and a confectionary further down the street.
Description: Seven men pose together as the first raw tire at the Gillette Tire Plant is put into a vacuum expander.
Description: Paratroop Captain E.F. McGushin, Commander of Co. C, dancing with a 4th grade girl at recess in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Description: Outdoor group portrait of six men sitting around a table in military uniform in an open field. On the table are pens, an inkwell, two cigar boxes and paper...
Description: Interior of a stockroom at the Winther Motor and Truck Company factory.
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: This open-cab, engine-forward pumper built by Peter Pirsch & Son of Kenosha for the City of Owatonna, probably dates from about 1955, the year in which the...
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