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Description: Snapshot of the front Rennebohm Drug Store located at Shorewood Shopping Center, on University Avenue, with several cars parked in front. The snapshot was...
Description: A scene from a variety show is put on by University of Wisconsin Dames Club units. Actresses in a comedy-tragedy, "Apologies to the Greeks," given by the V...
Description: 26th of July Movement soldiers resting by a cliff in Oriente Province during the Cuban Revolution. Vilma Espin in center.
Description: International Model A-4 semi-tractor with sleeper cab and trailer parked in front of the Iowa State Capitol Building. The truck was owned and operated by C...
Description: Four cows stand in the water, and another stands in the foreground on the Turvill shoreline.
Description: "Theresa Village President, Martin Koll, presided at the ribbon-cutting at the River View Mobile Home Park."
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: An International 20 H.P. Type B Tractor owned by J.S. Curtis, but operated by G.W. Crosby. According to the original caption, Crosby operated the outfit wi...
Description: Signe and Peder Sletteland, daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry A. Sletteland, 2150 Chadbourne Avenue, looking at a catalog. She is a student at Skidmor...
Description: Stained glass bay window in a second story apartment at 702 University Avenue. The building was originally owned by H.V. Teckam, and built in 1899. For man...
Description: The millionaire David Waltham (played by George Fawcett) sits at his desk reading a book, smoking, a cigar, and scowling in a scene still for the 1916 dram...
Date: 1992 ca.
Description: Mailboxes and farm on Waterman Road in DeKalb County.
Description: "Gramps" (E.W.) Brandel wearing a hat and eyeglasses, paddling with a big smile on his face.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Big Manitou Falls with trees and observation area.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A group portrait taken outdoors in front of what appears to be a cabin with laundry hanging to dry on a clothesline. J. Robert Taylor's three young childr...
Description: Claire Onsgard, treasurer of the Dane County Farmers Equity Union Coop Credit Union in Cottage Grove showing member Fritz Swenson where to sign his loan ap...
Description: Bill Wagner, a Falk employee, attends to a large coupling sleeve. This unit was later used by the Auburn Plant-Baush Drill Press. Original Falk caption rea...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Vitagraph silent film star Earle Williams wags his finger at a collie.
Description: A man sits on what appears to be a horse-drawn Milwaukee grain binder. The man is dressed in dark pants, a dark vest and tie, a light-colored shirt, and a...
Description: Governor Patrick J. Lucey sits on a hospital bed holding something in his hands. A young boy, Douglas Huete, sits on the bed, wearing a hospital gown and l...
Description: Actors Ann Harding and Dean Jagger pose as Sophia and Rodion Pavlov in a publicity still for "The North Star."
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