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Description: Studio portrait of two Ho-Chunk women posed standing in front of a painted backdrop. They are wearing contemporary dress except for the woodland-style Chip...
Date: 1961-09-18 ca.
Description: Concrete sculpture museum. Caption on negative jacket reads, "Fred Smith's Concrete Museum. Mr. Smith builds these figures of wooden armature covered with...
Description: War correspondents, whose typewriters and cameras keep the world informed of action in New Guinea (present day Papua New Guinea), live together in a large...
Description: Colorized postcard of a rural scene. A dirt path winds through the forest and a pond or stream can be seen in the lower right corner. Text above reads, "A...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of three young Ho-Chunk women, from left to right, Grace Decorra Twocrow Winneshiek Massey (MauHeHutTaWinKah), Florence Littlesoldier Walla...
Description: Three men stack bales of sisal fiber. Original caption reads: "Storing the Sisal fiber at the McCormick Twine Mill."
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: Full-length carte-de-visite portrait of Harriet Morrison Dean, the wife of Nathaniel Dean of Madison. Mrs. Dean was born in Dodgeville in 1829, moved to M...
Description: Letterhead of Lincoln State Bank, with a full-length statue of Abraham Lincoln standing, names of the bank officers, and "Capital $100,000".
Description: View of a home at 139 West Wilson Street, owned by H.W Harb.
Description: Pawling and Harnischfeger bridge and trolley in a factory.
Description: Hand-drawn, folded extension of map, rendered on notebook paper.
Description: Snapshot of J. Searle Dawley, Walter Hiers, and Billie Burke riding on top of a New York bus. Dawley is on the far left. Hiers sits next to Burke. An unkno...
Date: 2009 ca.
Description: Exterior view of Thrasher Opera House from across street.
Description: Tom Miller, of 1815 Vilas Avenue, a newsboy for the "Wisconsin State Journal", selling an "extra" edition of the newspaper to Sgt. Ralph Jacobson, announci...
Description: Portrait of supporters of the recently incorporated Madison Art Foundation. Philip Falk (left), superintendent of Madison schools, shows a piece of artwork...
Description: Public school and grounds. There is a slide on the lawn on the right. A dirt path leads up to the stairs to the entrance.
Description: Log cabin home of Josiah and Mary Ferguson La Follette, the birthplace of Robert Marion La Follette, from a drawing.
Description: Factory worker wearing a protective mask working on an engine cowling for a Curtiss-Wright C-46 Commando cargo plane at International Harvester's Auburn Wo...
Description: Mrs. Ruben (Nettie) Sy, left, social chairman of the Shorewood Community League party, converses with Mr. and Mrs. William (Katherine) Muehl at the League'...
Description: Fanchon & Marco showgirls with straw hats at Karsten's clothing store.
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