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Description: Newspaper clipping of a man holding a small child in his arms who arrived on the orphan train for adoption. The caption is: "He Wins A Prize."
Description: Caption under photograph reads: "Buckskins and bright feathered bonnets were donned by this group to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the founding of the...
Date: 1904 ca.
Description: A young Alfred Lunt dressed as Rip Van Winkle, using clothing and a musket borrowed from farm hands and leggings made of gunny sacks.
Description: Newspaper article describing the test flight of Alfred Lawson's first transcontinental airplane. This article was copied and framed in a scrapbook related...
Date: 1872 ca.
Description: An advertisement for an Improvement in Movable Frame Bee Hives, The Western Bee Hive. Patented January 9, 1872 by H. Staggs from Topeka Kansas. Claims to b...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Mrs. Upham obituary portrait. Some text from obituary, "Mrs. Upham Is Dead at 75. Widow of Attorney Was Leader in Club and Education Work."
Description: Newspaper (Capital Times) photograph of Sid Boyum's neighbor Johanna Oosterwky wearing a witch's hat and stirring a cauldron in front of the Devil s...
Description: Front page of The Wisconsin Chief.
Description: Engraved masthead for The American Spiritualist depicting a seance over the word "phenomenal," a globe over the word "scientific," and a man at a de...
Description: Head and shoulders portrait drawing of Nathan Paine of Paine Lumber Company who brought charges against George Zentner and Michael Troiber in the Oshkosh l...
Description: Newspaper clipping from an unidentified Madison, Wisconsin publication about Wisconsin Governor Fred Zimmerman being made a Chief of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebag...
Description: Newspaper clipping of prospective parents looking up at children in the windows of the orphan train. The caption reads: "The Arrival of the Babies."
Description: First newspaper printing of "The Star Spangled Banner". Printed six days after the Battle of Fort McHenry, where Frances Scott Key wrote the poem that woul...
Description: The dedication of Admiral Marc A. Mitscher, U.S. Navy historical marker in Hillsboro, the birthplace of Admiral Mitscher. Participants in the dedication an...
Date: 1965 ca.
Description: Elevated view over tightly packed crowd towards Philosophy Professor Frithjof Bergmann, shown from the back standing at a podium, calling for a United Stat...
Description: Political cartoon comparing the Democratic Platform with the Republican Platform. The cartoon (Democratic) on the left depicts a poor family wearing rags i...
Description: Cover of "Berkeley Barb," an underground newspaper, featuring a photographic collage of politically charged images, mostly relating to the Civil Rights mov...
Date: date unknown
Description: Head and shoulders portrait drawing of Thomas Kidd.
Description: Officials gathered to dedicate the Knaggs Ferry historical marker in Oshkosh. The officials included, from left to right, Edward Hamilton, vice-president o...
Description: Newspaper photograph of the Robert Lamp home, 22 North Butler Street, built by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1903, and hidden in the center of one of Madison's upt...
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