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Description: A. Leon Beier of 169 Division Street, public information officer of the Wisconsin State Employment service, was named the recipient of the 1954 State Award...
Description: Seven young attendees at the 4-H Club Week in Madison were interviewed about their future plans. Margot Numan of Symen graduated from high school and plann...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: 614 Langdon Street. This Queen Anne-style residence was built in 1889 for Phyllis Frawley. From 1889-1902, she rented the house to the Beta Theta Pi chapte...
Date: 1899 ca.
Description: A group of men in suits, presumably foremen or supervisors, and several men in work clothes, are in a grain field. Most of the men in suits are either seat...
Description: A hematite fan, approximately six inches in length, from the mineral collection of Ferdinand Hotz at the University of Wisconsin Geology Museum. This speci...
Date: date unknown
Description: Wisconsin Conservation Warden checking on beaver traps.
Date: 1960-07-24 ca.
Description: Laundry hangs on a clothesline and blows in the wind. There are fields behind, and low hills in the distance.
Description: Two visible steamboats, looking up the Milwaukee River from the north bank, near the foot of the N. Milwaukee Street. Both steamboats are of the Goodrich T...
Description: Kilgore Texas Rangerettes dancing at an International Harvester product introduction show. Sign's in the background read "New World of Profit" and "IH Marc...
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of William R. Smith. He was born at the "Trappe," Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, in August of 1787. He came to Wisconsin in...
Description: A farmer looks over his shoulder as he operates a McCormick self-rake reaper.
Description: Two Wisconsin cousins, (left) Corporal Englund Johnson, bomber waist gunner, of Park Falls and (right) Sergeant Donald Englund, airplane engine mechanic, o...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Color exterior view of a red brick International Harvester Company branch building. A sign over the door reads, "International Harvester Company of America...
Description: Front cover of an advertising booklet for Trackpull crawler equipment for the Fordson tractor. The cover features a man using the Fordson tractor to pull a...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Children passengers transported on wagon pulled by dog team belonging to Thomas Stahl. Wagon and dog team are on the boardwalk in La Pointe.
Description: Building used as a lodging house for the First Territorial Legislature held in Belmont in 1836.
Description: An illustration of Benjamin Franklin in his brother's printing office standing with several other men.
Description: The South squad for the North-South High School All-Star football game at Camp Randall Stadium.
Description: Unidentified small girl holding a parasol, posed beside railroad tracks.
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for International Harvester's CB&Q line of corn planters showing a farmer in a field with a horse-drawn planter.
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