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Date: 1925 ca.
Description: View down Main Street of the central business district. Storefronts are on the right side of the street, and pedestrians are standing on the sidewalk. Auto...
Date: 1832 ca.
Description: Travellers setting up camp along the Missouri River.
Description: Evangeline Hanson, president of the Opti-Mrs. Club of Madison, left, chats with Sarah Struck, Helen Struck, and Nancy Struck at the Mother-Daughter Opti-Mr...
Description: Wisconsin State Capitol dome, showing the statue "Wisconsin", by Daniel Chester French.
Description: Portrait of Charlotte Dugan in wedding dress standing in front of a fireplace. She was a receptionist in the business office of Madison Newspapers, Inc....
Description: Cover of the February-March issue of "Harvester World" magazine featuring a color photograph of a man operating a white Farmall Super A demonstrator tracto...
Date: date unknown
Description: A boy scout sits at a table, wearing headphones, to send and receive radio messages. A kerosene lamp hangs behind him.
Description: View down hill of a bridge across a river. There are railroad tracks going along the shoreline under the bridge.
Description: Studio shot of a Farmall A tractor with high clearance attachment showing decals and "cultivision" technology.
Description: Passengers aboard an International jitney bus parked on a street in Omaha, Nebraska.
Description: Map is the most extensive endeavor to date to accurately locate and document both prehistoric place names and natural features of the Menominee language wi...
Description: Dorothy and D. Murray Angevine (left); and Mrs. and Mr. Masako Yamada attend the opening of an exhibition of Japanese prints at the UW Memorial Library gal...
Description: The fathers of Wisconsin football players (wearing the same numbers as their sons) lined up on the field for pre-game ceremonies before the "Dad's Day" gam...
Description: Exterior of Shadow Brook, the residence of Mr. S.P. Shotter, built by architect H. Neill Wilson in 1893. Published by L.H. Regnier.
Date: 1865 ca.
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison campus showing the first three buildings on campus, South Hall (left), University Hall [Bascom Hall] (center), and North Ha...
Description: "It Almost Broke Her Up," One of a series of satiric trade cards issues by the Arbuckle's Aroisa Coffe Co. This incident is borrowed from "Texas Siftings,...
Description: Calendar with the month July, 1893. Features an illustration of a man in a field taking a drink, while a young girl stands by holding a pail. The man is ri...
Description: View across road of two-story brick building with a small awning over the front. Located on the corner of a dirt road. The awning has "General Merchandis...
Description: View of the Wisconsin Building at 102 State Street and Carroll Street, built around 1901. The majority of the building was then occupied by Collyer's Drugs...
Description: View of Nellie Custis' bedroom in Mount Vernon, the residence of George Washington. Nellie Custis, the granddaughter of Martha Washington and step-granddau...
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