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Description: A man polishes his 12-cylinder Lincoln Coupe as part of a classic car show at Rank & Son Buick-GMC Truck.
Description: Display of Esquire magazines in a store. The June 1947 issue has a feature article on the University of Wisconsin. Several students are looking at c...
Description: International Harvester dealer Chester E. Seif signs a pledge of cooperation with Governor Heil's "MacArthur Week" scrap drive. H.J. Brosnahan (left), mana...
Description: Lindsey Reese of International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department delivering a lecture on livestock and agriculture to a crowd of people and a d...
Description: Leo and Helen Bonack, at W2472 Hwy TW (Section 6), have lived here for 38 years. Cows were last milked in 1960.
Description: Interior of the Mautz Paint Company sales room.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Interior of barber shop with barber and customer. Possibly Coloma, Wisconsin.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: Storefronts on Main Street. Sign on building reads: "Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer." Child standing at pump (water pump?) Two cars parked on street.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Frederick Graham residence.
Description: Elevated view looking over a parking lot full of International Metro trucks. Factory buildings are in the background.
Description: The Wisnefske family lives at N9652 Hwy 175 (Section 2). Standing, left to right: wife, Linda; son, Jared; father, Greg; daughter-in-law, Jodi; and her dau...
Description: We were promised, we were toldthat candy came in stripes and boxesBut some was stacked,like lost rewards, the chocolate-coated paradoxes
Description: Michael and Amy Schneider, with their children, Maggie and Matthew, live at 807 Allen Road (Section 26). They have lived here for 8 years.
Date: date unknown
Description: A man, two women and a little boy sit in the porch and garden area of a home. Fairmont was a company town of Consolidated Coal Company. Flowering plants ca...
Description: "As the Bush campaign train rolled through Lomira around 12:45, onlookers hoping to catch a glimpse of President Bush had to settle for waves from Barbara...
Description: View of a U.S. Pharmacopeia Exhibit about a class of medications called 'digitalis' at the annual Philadelphia on Parade. Digitalis medicines are used to i...
Description: Engineering photograph of right side of a Farmall B tractor parked in a dirt lot. Cows and an additional tractor are in a field in the background. The text...
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Mary E. Smith, wife of Dr. Joseph Smith, arranges flowers for the holidays.
Description: Man and boy posed sitting in a buggy pulled by a single horse near a man and women posed standing by a wire fence in front of a two-story frame house.
Description: Doris Trameri is pictured in the kitchen of her new house at 568 Park Lane in Westmorland getting ready to celebrate her first wedding anniversary. She ha...
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