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Description: Four Lakes Secretary's Association officers attend a holiday dinner party. The women include Caryl Oakey, secretary; Laura Weinand, treasurer; Irma Kopan,...
Description: A man is sitting on the back of a Kissel truck using machinery to dredge a field. The field was being cleared in order to prepare it for use as a cranberry...
Description: General line catalog color illustration of a Deering push binder. The text beneath the illustration reads, "Deering - The Light Draft, Ball, and Roller Bea...
Description: Exterior view of the Francis T. Hanson house, located at 717 Redland Drive in the Burke Heights subdivision. It was built by the Bewick Building Company at...
Description: Advertisement for the Imperial 40 horse gas traction featuring an illustration of the tractor along with a listing of prices and special features.
Description: Map of part of North America engraved and hand-colored (the light brown design is a superposition of the map and cartouche derived from the oxidation of th...
Description: North Pinckney Street and East Washington Avenue from the Capitol roof. The American House, which burned down in 1868, is one of the businesses shown in th...
Description: Polio victim Barbara Woroch cares for her two young sons, Gary, age 3, and Gregory, age 1. Barbara was stricken with polio three weeks before Gregory's bir...
Date: date unknown
Description: A group of people stand together during La Follette Day at Tower Hill.
Description: A detail of a Sanborn map of Grafton which includes the Milwaukee River.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Family Shoe Store, 214 State Street. The Orpheum Theatre is to the left and the Photoart House to the right.
Description: Piles of sand are on the ground, and more sand is pouring off a large dredge. The dredge is attached to a boat.
Description: Elevated view over storefronts and the river.
Date: 1957 ca.
Description: A bright orange and blue sticker advertising the dedication of the new City Stadium (that would eventually become Lambeau Field). Text reads "I'm a Packer...
Description: Advertising proof for International trucks, featuring a color illustration of a couple of boys waving at a passing semi-truck (tractor-trailer). Includes t...
Description: Two models of the RCA Radiola radio with RCA loudspeakers intended for classroom use.
Description: Young couple standing in front of a large rock face.
Description: Dr. John E. Hughes, optometrist, tests a patient's vision in his office at 112 E. Main Street, using an eyeglass lens machine.
Description: Exterior view of an International Harvester branch house at Grand Rapids. The signs painted on the building advertise "Oil Tractors" and "P&O Plows."
Description: One of the daughters of the Doctor Booher family sits with one of the pet dogs in the lower level family room of their new home overlooking the Baraboo riv...
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