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Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Winter scene with snow-covered street car, Milwaukee.
Description: Three famous University of Wisconsin athletes and three East High School athletes pose for a group portrait at the annual banquet for East lettermen at the...
Description: Participants, spectators, and the competition grounds of the Western Rifle Association Tournament.
Description: The Elver House, later the Wilson Hotel, on East Wilson Street.
Description: Hawk's Beak.
Description: Map of the Madison, Wisconsin region showing the four major lakes, starting in the north with Lake Mendota, Lake Monona, Lake Waubesa, and Lake Kegonsa. La...
Description: Factory workers process sisal fiber to produce binder twine, possibly at the McCormick Twine Mill. Original caption reads: "The raw material for twine ent...
Description: Governor Walter S. Goodland seated with six service men surrounding him. The men are promoting increased war production because of rationing of ammunition...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: View across snow and barbed wire fence of a group of soldiers constructing a log blockhouse.
Description: Without nails, wire or rope, indigenous men build a large structure for an American hospital unit headed by Major Stanley Hollenbeck of Milwaukee, Wisconsi...
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: Indian Agency House near the site of Fort Winnebago. This is an interior view of the kitchen hearth.
Description: Oneota pottery and shell spoon with assorted vegetables, including corn, beans, and a gourd.
Description: New soda fountain in Rennebohm Drug Store #10 at 676 State Street.
Description: This blueprint manuscript map shows an addition. The map was surveyed and platted for B.G. Proctor, president, and George Peterson, secretary, of the Corne...
Description: Increase Lapham's handwritten title page for A Geographical and Topographical Description of Wisconsin
Description: University of Wisconsin football player Bob Nelson weighs in at 239 pounds and is the heaviest player on the 1956 team. At right is Wisconsin State Journal...
Description: Front cover of a pamphlet advertising the La Crosse Happy Farmer kerosene tractor. The cover features an illustration of a man using the tractor in a farm...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Advertisement for the Wehr Throttling Governor, an accessory for the Fordson tractor. An illustration of the implement at center is surrounded on either si...
Date: date unknown
Description: An elevated view of the town of Clayton, Iowa, which is nestled in a valley. The Mississippi River can be seen nearby. Text on photograph reads: "Made expr...
Description: A seated Navajo woman weaves a blanket near two young children.
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