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Description: Front of card with an illustration over an orange background of a man using a team of horses to pull a reaper in a field.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: The First Congregational Church parsonage, 138 Langdon Street, built in 1891 and demolished about 1965 to make room for an addition to the sorority house n...
Description: William G. "Bill" Fisher, 733 Copeland Avenue, shares housecleaning tasks by cleaning, oiling and checking the family vacuum cleaner.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Loaded logging train flanked by piles of logs.
Description: Girl (Theresa Castanga?) making adjustments to the front wheel of her bicycle on a bike hosteling trip in Madison sponsored by Neighborhood House.
Description: Members of the Older Adult Klub play canasta at the Madison Community Center. They are Mrs. Minnie Ewing, Mrs. Carrie Soule, Mrs. Margaret Durkee, and Mrs....
Description: Exterior view of the new Madison Public Library bookmobile parked in front of the City-County building on Monona Boulevard.
Description: Letterhead of Seifert and Lawton, power press lithographers in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. On the left is a woman dressed in robes reclining on a chaise longue,...
Description: Jerry Teesdale, a member of the Winnequah Gun Club, keeps in phone contact with men manning the targets during a gun safety session for hunters.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Farmer using a horse-drawn walking cultivator in field.
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Elevated view, black and white, panoramic photograph. Business district visible as cluster of larger brick buildings at left and center, behind sprinkling...
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Josiah A. Noonan. He was born in Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York. Noonan came to Wisconsin in November of 1836. H...
Description: These hand-colored maps show the sections, lakes, swamps, streams, and state, vacant, entered, and withdrawn lands in ten survey townships in Oneida, Vilas...
Description: Soldiers at Camp Douglas driving horses and covered wagons.
Description: Man sorting cards on large table.
Description: UW band director Ray Dvorak directs after returning from a two year battle with injuries suffered in a train wreck. He is shown in uniform directing the cr...
Description: University of Wisconsin Summer Reading Clinic. Jack Ackerman, a teacher from Manitowoc, giving a vision screening test using telebinoculars.
Description: "Dwight York, Republican candidate for the 59th Assembly District, hands out campaign literature to Lucille Lux."
Description: A man stands beside a McCormick-Deering tractor outfitted with a "Brush Hog."
Description: Mechanic inspecting a part from a Farmall tractor in a repair shop. A tool rack is in the background. The shop is likely part of an International Harvester...
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