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Description: Long shot of a scene from the film "Riot in Cell Block 11." In the background, Neville Brand holds a knife to the throat of Whit Bissell. Two guards and a...
Description: The Ad Wolgast-Willie Ritchie boxing match in the Milwaukee Auditorium. There were 8,000 people in attendance. Most of the audience members have turned to...
Description: Party-goers pose for a Theta Chi fraternity costume party group portrait.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A farmer wearing hat is standing in the middle distance beside a bull. Behind him is a large silo.
Date: date unknown
Description: A view of the Wonewoc Mill Company where they manufacture White Swan Flour. Sacks of flour and two men sitting on the loading dock. A woman walking away on...
Description: Poster advertising a comedy performance by George Carlin, featuring Kenny Rankin, at the Williams Field House, at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville....
Description: Two foster mothers, Mrs. Fred Rhyner, Oregon, left, and Mrs. Henry Hamer, Ft. Atkinson, discuss care of their children with Jerold Majerus, 434 Holly Avenu...
Description: A colorized postcard of soldiers in uniform arriving at camp, marching in a column. They have bedrolls and weapons over their shoulders. Trees and tents ar...
Description: Quarter-length portrait of John N. Brown, a second lieutenant in companies G and E, 15th Wisconsin Infantry, in uniform. The following information was obta...
Description: View from distance of men and a young boy standing in front of piles of bags filled with wheat and covered with tarps near a brick building. The photograph...
Description: Studio portrait of two Ho-Chunk women posed sitting wearing several necklaces and earrings in front of a painted backdrop. A Ho-Chunk man is posed standing...
Description: An Algerian Red Crescent (Red Cross equivalent) worker pulls a tooth from a National Liberation Front member's mouth. In front of him is a collection of bo...
Description: Horses and buggies in parade, with crowd of people walking on sidewalk in front of patriotically decorated storefronts.
Description: Wagon with band followed by a wagon with an advertisement.
Description: Outdoor portrait of Earl Ehrhart from Union House standing outdoors.
Description: William Herrling looking at a very tall sunflower plant growing beside his house, 2123 University Avenue.
Description: Russell Bull, regional Packinghouse Workers director, fishing in Highlander Lake. He has just caught a largemouth bass.
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Two men standing by the wheel of a wooden horse-drawn wagon while another man is standing behind wooden bars on the wagon bed. A barn, additional buildings...
Description: Two Black Civil War soldiers from Hughes and Metzer "Pictorial History of the Negro in America."
Description: Factory workers produce wheels for farm implements at International Harvester's Osborne Works (later known as Auburn Works.
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