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Description: Young man - possibly a teenager - sanding a section of a wooden wagon wheel with a belt sander at International Harvester's Accurate Engineering Works.
Description: A cow, standing in front of a girl and a cat, with farm equipment and another cow in the background.
Date: date unknown
Description: A young man reads to a group standing outside Hillside Home School.
Description: Two-story building housing livery and boarding stable on South First Street. Three carriages are on the street near the building.
Description: This map shows roads, railroads, rivers, townships, school houses, churches, cemeteries, and land ownership by name. Relief is shown by hachures. The map i...
Description: Three female telephone operators working at the telephone switchboard. Dog sleeps in the lower left.
Description: A man loads wooden crates onto the bed of an International Model S truck owned by Herbert Brothers furniture merchants. A row of baby strollers is lined u...
Description: View of a Native American woman holding an infant.
Description: Arthur Parkins, Jr. holding surviving newborn twin baby, John Archie Parkins, following the death of twin baby James Burton Parkins. His wife Kathryn is ly...
Description: Color drawing of beavers working on and living at their dams.
Description: Back cover of catalog featuring two illustrations with the title: "A Pointer." The top illustration, captioned "Union is Strength," shows a dog lying in th...
Description: View down tracks towards a locomotive pulling a passenger train into the depot. A conductor stands in an open door. Another conductor and passengers stand...
Description: Robert Chappell (played by Jack Mower) comforts Ann Anderson (Margarita Fischer, costumed in mourning clothes) as Madame D'Arcy watches (Adelaide Elliot) i...
Description: Three-quarter length seated studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Charles Preston Cary, Milwaukee and Madison educator.
Description: A sightseeing party wanders among cows and Native American burial mounds near the popular picnic area at Merrill Springs, on the south shore of Lake Mendot...
Description: Robert Doyle stands with one foot resting on a railroad track on the border between Germany and Belgium. A sign on the right reads "Entering Germany." Behi...
Description: A woman and man work in a fall garden on an International Harvester Company demonstration farm.
Date: 1926 after
Description: People sit at umbrella-covered tables in the courtyard at the Brazilian Court Hotel. Lush vegetation and palm trees decorate the space and wait staff are...
Description: Margaret E. Garnett (Mrs. A.C.), of Madison, program chair of the convention, and Mrs. Linus Boehm of West Salem, president of the state federation, cuttin...
Description: Printed announcement of the opening of the Madison Fire Department. At the top, in a circular frame, is a fire fighter driving a horse-drawn fire engine. B...
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