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Description: Winter scene with lumber workers hauling a large log with horses.
Description: Two Central High school football players, Captain of the team
Bid Smith on the right, and an unknown is teammate on the left, pose for a portrait on the...
Date: date unknown
Description: Copy print portrait of a Ho-Chunk man, standing on the left next to a European American woman near a tent. Both are wearing Ho-Chunk regalia including larg...
Description: Portrait of Henry Harris, seated, wearing a bow tie and suit.
Description: Mario Andretti, whom many consider to be the greatest race car driver of all time, at the start/finish line of the Road America race course at Elkhart Lake...
Description: Men from the Air Force's Red Horse squadron, a civil engineering support force, use International Harvester construction equipment to make way for a runway...
Description: Portrait of Philip Plath. Plath sold his business property, Plath Motor Sales at 1033 East Washington Avenue, to Gillespie-Blumer Motors, Inc., and joined...
Description: Ali Bacha looking south. Three indigenous men work on an archaeological excavation in Algeria, Africa. On the left a man examines material in a wheelbarrow...
Description: Mrs. Roseline Peck, born 1808 - died 1898, first white woman in Madison, Wisconsin. She was the wife of the first tavern keeper, Eben Peck.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Winter scene with Bertha Gesell feeding a calf from a pan.
Date: 1948-07 date unknown
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Governor Oscar Rennebohm.
Description: Nancy Allarding and Leroy Koll wedding party.
Description: Two women clap and sing at the Freedom School Convention during the Freedom Summer civil rights project. Behind them is a mural, and a banner that says "St...
Description: A crowd of men gather around a wrecked Chicago and North-Western train.
Description: George Washington's aide Joseph Ashburn (played by John Bowers in Revolutionary War uniform) confronts Clarence Vernon (Frank Mayo) who has been hiding in...
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of two young Ho-Chunk women posed standing. The woman on the left is wearing a cap, and a long button-down s...
Description: Panoramic view of workers in Beef Slough arranging logs for transport.
Description: Eight Girl Scouts kneeling around a campfire inside a campfire ring at Camp Indianola.
Description: A smiling USO staff worker serves pancakes to hungry soldiers.
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: Carte-de-visite of architect Frank Lloyd Wright as a young boy.
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