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Description: A. (Annen or Arnen) J. Roiseland's photograph gallery, opposite the Jackson County Court House, with a display case outside it. The City Library is to the...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: View across road of two men, a dog and a boy standing in front of a variety store.
Description: A man bends over to drink from a metal water fixture. Water from the fixture spouted up and back onto the fixture, supposedly making it "sterile." These a...
Description: The milk is pasteurized for the first step in the cheesemaking process. Milk is heated to 161 degrees, held at that temperature for 15 seconds, and then co...
Description: Hula dancer, Mrs. Ralph (Helen) Metcalf, 3116 Crestwood Drive, in Hawaiian costume, practicing her dance routine for the Naval Officers and Wives Club Chri...
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., with his arms spread wide, speaking from the back of a wagon. It was in part due to his vigorous speaking style that La Follett...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Bradshaw home, erected in about 1927 by Peter E. and John W. Bradshaw as a general store.
Description: Exterior view of two public school buildings. The left building has a bell tower, with a flag hanging horizontally from peak of the roof over the entrance.
Date: date unknown
Description: A view of the Peters House (hotel) annex exterior, and an automobile parked in front. Text on the photograph reads, "Publ. by (obscured)ank D. Heller"
Description: Newspaper clipping of an article about the end of Lake Monona Wild Life Sanctuary Association, a group that had been trying to preserve Frost's Woods.
Description: Two young boys ride bicycles (including a tricycle, or small "penny farthing") along the front walk toward the suburban residence of Robert Wallace, 10153...
Description: Ship in the harbor. Image has seagulls composited into sky. Text on photograph reads: "Schooner Under Sail" and "The Albertype Co. Brooklyn, N.Y."
Description: Interior bedroom in the Winfield Martin house, 2906 Lakeland Avenue. Built as a carriage house for James and Minnie Corry, in 1911, it was remodeled as a r...
Description: Stuart F. Seidl, Vice-President of the Rahr Malting Company, inspects barley for sale at the Minneapolis Grain Exchange. Rahr was headquartered in Manitow...
Description: Cover of an advertising brochure for the McCormick-Deering cream separators and milking machines (milkers). Includes the text "For One Cow or a Hundred" an...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: A Russian birch bark container, including a top with a handle, and a painted floral design. The container was used to carry items from the market.
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: Female students in a home economics cooking class at the School of Agriculture in "Olds Alta.", Canada.
Description: Portrait of seven Madison women who will be freshmen at the University of Colorado in Boulder. Pictured left to right: Ann O'Malley, Mary Ellen Steussy, M...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Five female employees and one male employee posed at the jewelry counter of Schuette Brothers Store. There is an American Red Cross Christmas Seals poster...
Description: A view of the exterior of the Gwaltney and Bunkley Peanut Factory, with men loading full sacks onto wagons pulled by horses. Text on the photograph reads,...
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