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Description: The Shell Oil Company built this service station at 950 South Park Street in 1963. This large single-story service station featured the operator's office a...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Printed lobby card with hand-coloring for the Thanhouser silent film serial "Zudora."
Description: A group of law enforcement officers stand in the street near a vehicle labeled "Police Department" on the side. In the foreground on the left a police offi...
Description: The daughter of a distinguished family caught in a vengeful feud, Barbara Lacelles Hall (played by Barbara Tennant) is driven insane and then dies. As the...
Date: 1909 before
Description: Bascom Hall (formerly Main Hall) with dome from Bascom Hill on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: 17-year-old Gerald Edgren, a newspaper carrier for the Capital Times, won a trip to Detroit and Canada in a magazine and newspaper contest sponsored by the...
Description: People stand in the middle of a flock of turkeys at the Frank Lyons Turkey Farm.
Description: Graduating class of Mrs. Agnes Ryan Page (center).
Date: 1970-04-23 ca.
Description: A group using water faucets connected to a milk tanker associated with "Dobson Milk Transit" while the festival stage and other amenities are still under c...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A young boy sits on a horse-drawn Champion hay tedder in a field.
Description: Lewis Arms poses with a woman (possibly Helen Berry), who is wearing his Marine Corps hat.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: A cat, which appears to be dozing, is posed with an open copy of Ernest Seton-Thompson's "Wild Animals I Have Known."
Description: Advertisement for Lawson Aircraft during the period when the company was based in Green Bay and developing a military trainer. Lawson built several planes...
Description: The Madison Junior Chamber of Commerce Auxiliary (Jaycettes) plan for their 12th annual benefit style show held in the University of Wisconsin Union Theate...
Description: Clarence L. Greiber, Director of the Wisconsin State Board of Vocational and Adult Education, with Lester Morrisey, a discharged World War II veteran, show...
Description: War hero Capt. Richard I. Bong, of Poplar, Wisconsin, credited with knocking out 21 Japanese planes in the South Pacific, shaking hands with Governor Walte...
Date: date unknown
Description: Factory workers working on a tractor chassis and engine on an assembly line at International Harvester's Farmall Works.
Description: Congressman David Obey stands in a row and applauds at the State of the Union address. To Obey's left are Congressman Charles B. Rangel of New York and Con...
Description: Knights of Pythias Hall at 827 Mound Street, located in the Greenbush neighborhood.
Date: 1963-06-08 ca.
Description: A group of farm buildings, as seen from across a field of growing corn. Several trees surround the farm buildings.
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