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Description: Hommels Star Food Store at 606 S. Park Street, with promotional truck in front of store, and children looking on. Vehicle has a painted sign on the side, "...
Description: Manchester's, Inc., millinery department from balcony.
Description: Factory workers assembling artillery or "machine gun" carts for the United States military during World War I at International Harvester's McCormick Works.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Visitors, dressed in their Sunday best, contrast with the rough garb of the miners. Left to right, miners were: Charles Kanass, Robert "Beaver" Smith (hold...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Studio full-length portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Ho-Chunk boy, Esau Prescott, wearing a boarding school uniform posed standing with his rig...
Description: Treasury Design No. 25, "Blue Prints." The poster features two contrasting scenes. On the left is an explosive battle scene in shades of dark blue. On the...
Description: Miss Wisconsin 2002, Jayme Dawicki, wears a crown and sits at a table autographing photographs of herself.
Description: The photographer J. Robert Taylor posing outdoors with his motorcycle in front of a large cannon. The cannon is mounted on a low pedestal and is enclosed b...
Description: A view of an iron ore ship unloading. Several workers can be seen on board the ship. Writing on photograph reads: "Unloading Iron Ore At Sparrows Point, MD...
Description: "Gordon Berg, left, Brownsville area farmer, posed with his hired helper at his state-of-the-art farm."
Description: Four men standing around a large block of cheese decorated with candles and a ribbon. Governor Oscar Rennebohm second from left. Engraved on the cheese are...
Description: Large house with tree and several people on the porch and in front of the house. The building served as the Milwaukee Hospital in 1863.
Date: date unknown
Description: Portrait of Woodrow Wilson.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Edna King stands behind an infant in a stroller in a garden next to a wooden building. A dog is lying next to the stroller. Vines grow on lattice structure...
Description: Mary Barnes, wearing a mink stole and pearls, models her outrageous hat. It is wired to light 10 street lights that are arranged around the brim.
Description: Workers saw logs at a sawmill site in a wooded area. The equipment was powered by an International PD-80 power unit.
Description: Ruben Gold Thwaites, Iva Welsh, and Mary Foster dressed as "Box and Cox" and Mrs. Bouncer from the 1840's comedy Box and Cox. They are at a costume...
Description: Young women pose in a hosiery factory where they are employed.
Description: Billhead of Rogers, Henry & Williams of Viroqua, Wisconsin, dealers in general merchandise, with a grimacing man in a jacket, vest, trousers, and top hat s...
Description: A scrapbook page containing an image of an elderly man (presumably grandfather), a young boy and a young girl, and an image of the same children with an el...
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