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Description: This early road map shows the system of roads in Wisconsin, northern Illinois, northeastern Iowa, southeastern Minnesota, and the western portion of Michig...
Description: Truck cabs are transported along ceiling conveyors at International Harvester's Springfield Works factory.
Description: Six children are shown playing and building sand castles in a sand box at Penn Park. Left to right, they are Dulcie Snell, Tommy Smith, Joe Valenza, Tony...
Description: Studio portrait of Civil War soldier Syver (Sivert) Larson holding a rifle. He served as a Private in Company K of the 15th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry. H...
Date: 1966 before
Description: View of crowd gathered at the entrance to the Madison County Courthouse. The predominantly African-American crowd is singing, while a small group standing...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Exterior view of School #8, located along a dirt road in Westchester County.
Date: date unknown
Description: Full-length studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of an unidentified woman posing standing on the left behind a prop wooden fence, holding an unid...
Description: View across lawn towards a two-story wooden house in a yard with several trees in front. The house is identified as the residence of the Pope family on the...
Description: Basement of State Office Building, 1 W. Wilson St, under construction facing East along Wilson showing the Madison Club
Date: 1936-07-08 before
Description: Farewell dinner menu in the form of a house decorated with folk art painting and trim, and a man and a woman in traditional dress perched at the two open w...
Date: 1865 ca.
Description: Presbyterian Church, built in 1857, the first church building in Eau Claire. From a lithograph in the margin of an early map.
Description: Colorized image of the wooden walkway at the fern garden in Cold Water Canyon of the Wisconsin Dells.
Description: Poster advertising for a Rock-n-Roll music festival, featuring Warner Brothers recording artist Brownsville Station, Hound Dog Moses, and Tongue. Promoted...
Description: Map of Milwaukee including the Milwaukee River and Lake Michigan shore.
Description: Last DCO-400 cab over truck rolling off the production line. Total production of 32,855 trucks came off the line in October of 1965 at the San Leandro, Cal...
Description: A stereograph view of a cyclorama of the Battle of Shiloh. Caption on stereograph reads, "Gen. J.M. Tuttle's Brigade in the 'Hornets Nest.'"
Description: Three members of the social committee of the Catholic Woman's Club pose with artwork to highlight the African theme at their meeting. Pictured are Louise M...
Description: Kite aerial panoramic photograph of the central business district. In the distance is Lake Mendota. The fire damaged Wisconsin State Capitol is in the cent...
Description: Exterior view of the Wilcox Food Shop, 1302 Mound Street, and Vic's Bakery, 1304 Mound Street. Vic's Bakery was owned by Victor Hammersley. Wilcox Food S...
Description: Eau Claire Memorial High School basketball players, (L) Loehnis (6'9") and (R) Elliott (5'7"), prepare for a state tournament game.
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