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Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Children in the backyard of the Walker mansion. Buildings along the west side of the 600 block of South Brearly Street including Monona Apartments can be...
Date: 1931 ca.
Description: View of the Squaw Bay Caves, near Cornucopia, with people in a boat off to the far left. The caves were renamed Mawikwe Bay, and Mawikwe is Ojibwe for weep...
Description: Men stand on an oil rig owned by Shoeffer Specialty Oil Wells Drilling. The operation was powered by two International PD-80 power units.
Description: Holiday card depicting a family; mother, father, daughter, son and their dog. The mother is standing with a tea tray, the father is seated and the children...
Description: Scaffolding enclosure around "Wisconsin" statue, at the Wisconsin State Capitol, during 1990 restoration and regilding of the sculpture.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Four men and three children standing in a stump-strewn field with a horse-drawn McCormick mower.
Description: The Carillon Tower on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus just after its completion. Construction debris surrounds the tower.
Description: Twins from the Sting of Wauwatosa warm up for Milwaukee Kickers League soccer tournament. They are wearing matching t-shirts and are spiking two soccer bal...
Date: date unknown
Description: Jacques Vieau, agent for the Northwest Fur Company of Montreal, built a trading post here in 1796, on what is now called Jambo Creek after the nickname the...
Description: Newton Minow (far right) is seated at a table with members of his staff at the Communications Research Center. There is a large map on the wall on the righ...
Description: Students seated at typewriters in a classroom with their teacher at the Groves-Barnhart School for Secretaries, 502 State Street.
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: Color photograph of a farmer plowing a field with a McCormick WD-6 tractor and an attached plow.
Description: A view of the Portland Observatory and nearby houses. The observatory is a hexagonal brick building built in 1807 surmounted by a fenced walkway, a domed...
Date: 1930 after
Description: View of bridge and Brule River monument. Placed where the Brule River is crossed by the Memorial Highway from Superior to Brule and Ashland (Highway 2).
Description: International KBR-10 truck belonging to St. Louis Fire Department at the scene of fire. Original caption reads: 'KBR-10 149" wheelbase, double reduction re...
Date: 1944 ca.
Description: The Pennsylvania Railroad purchased this innovative steam engine that was built to pull up to 125 loaded cars at 50 miles per hour.
Description: A reunion of former members of Hangar 13, an organization of Beloit boys that built and raced model airplanes during the 1930s.
Date: 1970-12-07 before
Description: Poster promoting music performances at the Red Shed bar, Frances Street.
Description: Interior of Four Lakes Cleaners, 612 South Park Street, with work room showing two women pressing clothes, and racks of clean clothes.
Description: A young girl pages through a book while sitting on a woman's lap. Another woman wearing gloves and a fur coat hands the sitting girl a book while another g...
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