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Date: 1918 ca.
Description: The Holy Redeemer Catholic Church Parish House, 124 West Johnson Street.
Date: 1979 ca.
Description: A map of Southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois showing the areas inhabited by the Ho-Chuck, formerly known as the Winnebago. Some of the location names...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Buildings at a logging camp or sawmill operated by the International Harvester Company. A horse can be seen in the right foreground.
Description: Display of guns in the display window at Wisconsin-Felton Sporting Goods Company, 29 West Main Street.
Description: Gary Haffner (left), Robert Rennebohm, Robert Monschein, and Stephen Suomi sing in a choir during an Easter service at Luther Memorial Church.
Description: A man stands in front of an International Model F (or 31) truck advertising Standard Oil Company's Polarine, "Burn Perfect Oil." American flags are mounted...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A man uses a team of two horses to pull a McCormick reaper in a field while other women and men rake the cut grain.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: The John W. Cole residence on North Street, built in the 1860's.
Description: Businesses along West Main Street during the remodeling of the Blied Building, 29 West Main Street, after the top one and two stories have been removed. Bu...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Waist-up seated studio portrait of Ernest Oshkosh (?1875-1929), grandson of Chief Oshkosh, son of Neopit. He is wearing a cap, bib overalls, and a striped...
Description: A man loads an International Model S truck in front of the Whitehead Metal Products Company building.
Description: Portrait of Bertha Weisman, Treasurer, Assistant Secretary and Credit Manager of Research Products Corp.
Description: View of the front of the main house at Black Point, which faces Geneva Lake. The open first floor porch has broad steps to the lawn. There is a smaller sec...
Description: Original caption reads: "Model TD-65 Diesel TracTracTor [crawler tractor] owned by the Albert Brothers, and working on the Sky Line Drive. This tractor is...
Description: This map shows streets, selected buildings, railroads, railway yards, schools, parks, schools, cemeteries, bays, the Milwaukee River, and Lake Michigan. De...
Description: High school students stage a mock double wedding in their Family Living class.
Description: District Attorney Richard W. Bardwell, seated at left, is shown registering with Mrs. Walter J. (Charlotte) Kohler, the governor's wife and a Red Cross wor...
Description: Three-quarter view from front left of "A" lift-all loader mounted on a Farmall A tractor. In the background is a white wall for a backdrop. The equipment m...
Description: A woman patient at the Mendota State Hospital (Mendota Mental Health Institute) who is restrained in her bed by a camisole, which prevents the use of her a...
Description: In the forest, Stella Benton (played by Kathlyn Williams in a striped skirt and white blouse) talks to Jack Fyfe (played by Wallace Reid in outdoors clothe...
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