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Description: The fish hatchery located south of Madison. Willow trees are along the bank on the left. A field and fence are in the background.
Description: Officers of the Madison Panhellenic Council are Joan Schram, membership; Virginia Thompson, vice-president; Nannita Stahl, treasurer; Betty Geisler, presid...
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: From left to right: Annie Hepworth Storer, Mary Porter Storer, Isabelle Corey Storer.
Description: Detailed map composed for the London Magazine of the Mississippi River Valley at the conclusion of the French and Indian War. The British colonies themselv...
Description: Two masked labels (one positive, one negative) of a sign for The Village Blacksmith Company, Watertown, Wisconsin.
Date: date unknown
Description: A view of the Eastbourne House Windmill in Chatham, Cape Cod.
Description: Robert Doyle (shirtles), works at the typewriter in his quarters in the BOQ (Bachelor Officer Quarters) #5, room 110, at CINCPAC (Commander in Chief, Pacif...
Description: Two couples at the punch bowl during the holiday benefit dance at the Turner Hall. From left are Gail Snyder, Footville; John Fox, Madison; Margot Schmidt,...
Date: 1990 ca.
Description: The location of the former Dunham school as seen from the Quinney farm. In the foreground is a field of corn, with rolling hills and trees in the backgroun...
Description: Men, natives of the Solomon Islands, standing on a U.S. Marine Corps truck made by international Harvester. Some of the men are holding rifles.
Description: A cavalry troop from the Ojibwa-Pillager Battle at Sugar Point on Bear Island.
Description: Large stacks of hay or wheat.
Description: Ute girls at Uintah school, showing a method of beadwork. The school is part of the Uintah and Ouray agency.
Description: Three men make microfilm copies of birth records in the microfilm department at the Wisconsin State Office Building (Capitol Annex), 1 West Wilson Street.
Description: Exterior view of the First Baptist Church, built in 1849-1850.
Description: Three bowlers sit around a table at the Women's Bowling Association's spring luncheon. From left are Mrs. Dorothy Golden, Mrs. Ruth Lievan, and Mrs. Helen...
Description: Letterhead of the City of Eau Claire Public Schools, with a three-quarter view of the High School building, and names of officers of the school district an...
Description: Mary Reppen stands in the kitchen of her and her husband Donald's new residence at 2901 Sylvan Avenue.
Description: Two Falk employees, Arthur Hirt on the left, and Karl Becker on the right, attend to a large gear. This particular unit was purchased and used by United St...
Description: View of a water tower built in 1901. Trees surround the structure and other buildings are in the background.
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