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Description: The Toastmistress Club celebrates its first year in Madison with a combination guest night and initiation of officers at the Cuba Club Supper Club. Mrs. Al...
Description: Bruce Barton in a large crowd during his 1940 campaign for election to the U.S. Senate.
Description: Ledger Drawing. Two men in combat. One horse.
Description: Chapel located in Indian Lake Park. It is a small, one-room building. A large cross is on the roof over the entrance, and a fence surrounds the building.
Date: 1960-03-04 ca.
Description: Harold Greenlee (right) and B. J. McCarthy examining a recently-delivered International model R-185 truck. Mr. Greenlee was the transportation superintende...
Date: date unknown
Description: People playing croquet on a lawn next to tennis courts. In the background on the left, people are relaxing under trees across the road. Cottages are in the...
Description: Interior of a restaurant and bar at American Art Studio. Tables and chairs fill the room and a bar can be seen in the right corner. Framed art lines the...
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of N.M. Juneau. He was born in Green Bay on November 14, 1821, and resided in Theresa, Dodge County.
Description: Five men posing at a workers session at Highlander: second from left, Southern Regional director; second from right, Myles Horton.
Description: Linden Hill Grocery Store, 36 South Fair Oaks Avenue. Anton "Tony" Lazarz and his wife Bernice, owners of the store, are seated on the curb across the stre...
Description: Teacher Richard Vaughan answers a question for one of the six resident children who took the opportunity offered by the 1961 Manitowoc Summer School to lea...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Pawling & Harnischfeger 3-ton monorail hoist in a lumber mill with a man in the cab. Text stamped on cab reads "Capacity 6,000 Lbs., No. 2573." In the lowe...
Description: Side view of an International C-1 truck owned by Donald Ker, a professional big game hunter, of Nairobi, Kenya, Africa. A slain lion rests on the ground in...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of S.S. Cramer, MIlwaukee company president.
Description: Three-quarter length left side view from front of a McCormick-Deering W-30 tractor.
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: A copy of a duo-tone print of the exterior of a three-story wooden classical revival building identified as the Empire House.
Description: Young homemakers, Caroline Reierson, 615 Dennett Dr.,and Arveda Kuhlmey, 713 Dennett Dr., experiment with a new culinary process for cooking meat. They be...
Description: Mrs. William (Joanne) Russell and her year old son, William Jr., from Boulder, Colorado, sit outdoors while visiting Mrs. Russell's parents, Dr. and Mrs. A...
Description: Lithograph illustration of downtown Chicago near the Rush Street bridge (a "swing bridge"). The McCormick Reaper Works and other factory buildings are on t...
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: W.H. Canfield stands in front of a log cabin. There is a brick chimney on the right side of the building.
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