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Description: A man stands behind a booth in a tent at the Indiana State Fair. The booth is outfitted with a microphone and telephone. A poster on the front of the booth...
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: Two newspaper pressmen reviewing the newspaper print at the Ashland Daily Press.
Description: Warehouse, South 2nd Street at Cameron Aveune.
Date: date unknown
Description: Five men and a woman holding a baby standing in front of a large, two-story wooden building, possibly a farm implement or feed store. Another man is posed...
Description: Two women in Swiss costume, possibly for the Wilhelm Tell Festival.
Description: Elevated view of a group of Nebraska State fairgoers gathered in the International Harvester tent to watch a film. Advertising pennants hang from the tent'...
Description: Advertising proof created by Foote, Cone & Belding for the International Harvester Company. Features a color photograph of men and women gathered around a...
Description: Man with an International I-4 tractor with a Hough front-end broom (street cleaner). A building in the background bears a sign reading "Checker Cab".
Description: Action shot of football game between the University of Wisconsin and Purdue at Camp Randall Stadium.
Description: Traffic on Oxford Street (State Highway 21&73), with a parking meter in the foreground and old storefronts in the distance.
Description: Women stand behind and near the lunch counter at Union Railroad Passenger Station. Tables and chairs are set up against the wall beside the counter.
Description: Street cleaner owned by the State Highway Commission of Indiana parked on a city street. The street cleaner was manufactured by the Frank G. Hough Company.
Description: Mrs. George (Frances) Burrell, 1509 Wood Lane, at left, and Mrs. Charles L. (Myrtle) Fluke, 3003 Harvard Drive, at right, inspecting a map of the village o...
Description: View across street towards Piper's Garden Cafeteria, at 120 East Mifflin Street, in the original building with church-style windows. There is a sign for a...
Description: Wisconsin State Journal executives shown in publisher's office, 115 South Carroll Street, reading and discussing a newspaper. Left to right: John Ca...
Description: Jack L. Savidusky stands in his yard wearing a chef's hat and apron while barbecuing his specialty, "Mexican Barbecued Beef." His son Michael, 11, looks on...
Description: One of the large burial mounds of the Outlet mound group on the former Hoyt property at the foot of Lake Monona.
Description: View along shoreline with Lake Monona on the left. A fence runs along the slope, and beyond is a small white building and behind, at the top of the hill, F...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A Meadows stone burr grain mill powered by an International Harvester engine grinding wheat into flour at what appears to be an outdoor fair or exhibition....
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: Waist-up portrait of Paul Vanderbilt sitting sideways on a chair. He was Curator of the Iconographic Collections, State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
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