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Date: 1873 ca.
Description: Stereograph image of a Native American man and woman with a young child, members of the Ute Indian Tribe, standing in front of a grass structure.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Cabinet studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Amelia Bright Williams, second wife of Chauncey Williams.
Description: International Harvester Company sign advertising used trucks. The sign reads, in part, "Used Truck Bargains. The following Used Trucks may be inspected at...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of Jake Hubert (wearing the watch chain), and another man, both smoking cigars and wearing hats in front of a painted backdrop.
Description: Head coach Dan Coughlin addresses his players, the Aquinas Bluegold Varsity football team, after his team's first playoff spot was clinched at the close of...
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kress, dressed in lederhosen, enjoy beer and sweet corn at the Mid-summer Festival.
Description: The soda fountain at Rennebohm Drug Store #3 in the Levitan Building at 13 West Main Street provides an excellent view of the store's interior decoration.
Date: date unknown
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop and prop wooden fence of a Ho-Chunk man posed standing on the left wearing a small shawl over his shoulders....
Description: Members of the Blackhawk Ski Club are pictured left to right: James Marshall, Minnie Jacobson, Eleanore Booker, Mrs. Lew Cornelius and Bertram Booker.
Description: Whaleback steamer in the shipyards of the American Steel Barge Company.
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm farm, on U.S. Highway 151, five miles east of the Wisconsin State Capitol between Madison and Sun Prairie. Shows the barn for youn...
Description: Twelve piece brass band playing at a railroad station during the "Union Pacific Preparedness Special Campaign."
Description: Some members of the LOFT executive council making plans for their summer program. From left are Charlene Schaefer, Dick Brilliott, Dave Matson, and Ruth Le...
Description: Magda Herzberger holds two pinecones in her hands while standing in the yard at her home.
Description: Adams and Juneau Counties. Pillar Rock, Fort Danger. Man with 8 x 10 camera in foreground.
Description: Politician Carl Ziedler, who ran for mayor of Milwaukee. Gauer is quoted in his book Keeping Track of What Happened, "When Hollywood came out with p...
Description: Mary Ellen McCabe, Alice in Dairyland, 1954-1955 takes delivery of her "car of the week," a Dodge Royal Lancer, that is to take her to her appearances at B...
Description: A 27.000 x 24 vertical dredge pump drive is pictured that was later purchased by Ellicott Machine Corporation. Falk caption reads, "27.000 x 24 vertical dr...
Description: View from street of front of house with porch and balcony. In 1951-52 this home was owned by Noah Brinkman. There is a pony or donkey grazing in the yard o...
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Man working the gate of a split rail fence.
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