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Description: "Paul Koecher is proprietor of the bar located at the intersection of Milwaukee Street and Mayville Road."
Description: Photomontage of a giant pig in a pen. A man, standing in the pen, is holding a giant ear of corn for the pig to eat. Numerous ears of oversized corn litter...
Description: Factory worker preparing a harrow spring tooth for a heat treating furnace at International Harvester's Osborne Works.
Date: 1878 ca.
Description: The Tollef Olsen family posed around a table in the yard with the family dog. A framed print of a long-haired retriever is placed prominently on a chair to...
Description: Color advertising poster for International Harvester's Deering line of harvesting machinery showing two ladies and a gentleman in a red automobile, waving...
Description: Technician repainting McCormick-Deering ensilage cutter wheels inside the paint shop at an International Harvester dealership.
Description: Photomontage of a man fishing. The man, wearing waders and up to his knees in water, is struggling to reel in a giant bass. The words, "Nip & Tuck with a B...
Description: Amelia Earhart (first row, right), the speaker for a meeting of the Advertising Women of New York. Elsie Wilson, president of the club is seated next to he...
Description: Members of a special House Appropriations Committee mission to the Middle East at the airport in Jerusalem. The committee was headed by Congressman David R...
Description: "Justy" Justman entertains Ralph Widmer and his caregiver, Eiko Olson, in Ralph's home.
Date: date unknown
Description: Men and children pose in front of retail businesses and from a second story window, and look out into the street.
Description: The author's wife Clothilde admires a cherry tree in full bloom at Gibraltar Orchard.
Description: Madison Business College women model fashions from Kessenich's store.
Description: Full-length view of a Neighborhood House Garden Club member standing on the front steps of her house and tending to her flower boxes while turning to face...
Description: Studio portrait of four well-dressed men posed around a table drinking beer in front of a painted backdrop.
Description: The Business Women's Bowling League staged its first annual dress-up bowling sessions at the Plaza Alleys. Included are Bea Hein, Lorene Kerie, Kelly Butte...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of George H. Wilbur, Milwaukee lumberman.
Description: A family of five pose with their dog in the yard in front of their house. On the left is an older man sitting in a chair with a child in his lap, and in th...
Description: Madison West High School sophomore halfback Glenn Barry scoring the first of his two touchdowns against Kenosha in a football game at Breese Stevens Field.
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: A young boy and girl sitting in a wagon on a dirt road, while a man and woman watch from the porch of a house in the background. The wagon is loaded with a...
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