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Description: The Dean Adelmeyer family has lived here since 1992. Cows were last milked here in the 1960s. The Leonard and Olive Steger family lived here.
Description: Grace H. Douma, assistant to Dean of Women at University of Wisconsin, sits at her desk in an office.
Description: Drawing depicting the Milwaukee Bank Riot of June 24, 1861. A large crowd is gathered outside the State Bank and Mitchell's Bank. A fire burns in the stree...
Description: Deep Rock gasoline service station located at the intersection of Scott Street and Oxford Street (STH 21&73) in Wautoma, Wisconsin.
Description: Boathouses on the shore of Lake Monona.
Date: 1950 after
Description: Columnist Drew Pearson, who with Robert S. Anderson and later with Jack Anderson, pioneered modern political investigative reporting. Pearson was one of t...
Date: date unknown
Description: Four men pose next to a locomotive, which has a hole in its side due to an explosion.
Date: 1894 ca.
Description: Gustav Willms (c. 1854-1917) of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, seated outdoors holding twin daughters Marge and Emma (b. December 27, 1893), who are wearing dresses...
Description: Posed outdoor portrait of Ho-Chunk Chief Silver Tongue in front of foliage
Date: 1856 ca.
Description: On June 20, 1856 Hölzlhuber took a two-wheeled horse cart from the Lake Shore Railroad depot in Milwaukee to East Water Street and the home of his hosts, t...
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: Mr. Shorer and companion with a fox shot with bow and arrow.
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: The Bhend family posing with their first car, a Ford Model T, on the Krueger farm. Posing and looking out of the car windows are John Bhend, sitting in the...
Description: A view of the Officers' Quarters at Fort Gibbon, which began operation in 1899. The main building is on the left, and other buildings can be found in the...
Description: A group of men load bundles of lumber onto the bed of an International D-30 truck owned by the Kawartha Lumber Company. The truck is parked in front of a b...
Description: An unexplained group consisting of two white men, two white children, and two Native American women standing in front of a tent. The original caption stat...
Description: Carte-de-visite of Captain P.W. Plummer of the 6th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry. A handwritten note on the photograph reads: "Killed in the Wilderness".
Description: Catalog cover for reapers and mowers. Features an illustration of a reaper at the bottom, and in the background a landscape scene with trees and a farm bui...
Description: Outdoor portrait of a Menominee Indian man and two Menominee Indian women. He holds a decorated ceremonial pipe in his right hand.
Description: 40 Madison area women preview a film of Vice-President and GOP presidential candidate Richard Nixon. The film is to be shown on WISC-TV.
Description: Members of Cub Scout Pack #304, sponsored by St. Mark's Lutheran Church, place toys under their Christmas tree that will be donated to the Empty Stocking C...
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