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Description: Three performing horses stand on platforms in a ring as their trainer gestures proudly in the foreground. Behind the ring are banners decorated with horses...
Description: Three men stand near a trailer while weighing in a load of scrap iron brought from a farm by William Gory (at far right). At left is Jim Barrett, manager o...
Date: 1720 ca.
Description: One of Herman Moll's most famous maps, often referred to as The Beaver Map for its elaborate engraved inset depicting and describing beavers building a dam...
Date: date unknown
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of four young people. From left to right: Teresa Kalscheur Endres, Frank Kalscheur, Julia Kalscheur, and Ter...
Description: A record number of 216 youths attended the third annual holiday formal held for teen age sons and daughters of Elks Club members and their guests. Among th...
Description: Vines grow on the walls of a small wood frame building with double doors on the gable end. A sloped concrete slab leads to the doors. A handwritten caption...
Description: Wisconsin football coach Milt Bruhn observes his team boarding a plane for a flight to California to play the Stanford football team.
Description: View of two Madison boats that will participate in the Inland Lakes Regatta to be held on Lake Mendota. At the left is "Coro," owned by Cornelius Browne an...
Description: Group portrait of 34 student nurses who received their nursing caps, signifying the completion of their first year of nurse's training at Madison General H...
Description: Miss Janet Mcindoe (Mrs. Stephen Gregory) lived in this house at 16 N. Fairchild Street in the 1870s and held a kindergarten class which Stanley Hanks atte...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the police station.
Description: Map created by International Harvester entitled "The United States as it appeared in 1831 when Cyrus Hall McCormick invented the Reaper." The map pinpoint...
Description: Southward view down the dirt Main Street, looking towards a house, two churches, and a grove of trees.
Description: A pick-up truck from Hult's Capital Garage parks in front of 115 East Gorham Street with several derby car racers in the truck bed.
Description: The Diamond Jo warehouse.
Description: Mae Marsh embraces E. K. Lincoln in this scene still for the 1918 Goldwyn silent drama "The Beloved Traitor."
Date: 1921-04-17 ca.
Description: Workers shoveling grain, possibly corn, onto a lake vessel. Probably on the lower Milwaukee River.
Description: Farmer using a grain binder pulled by two horses.
Description: Gaylord Nelson speaking at a podium on Earth Day.
Description: John Hamilton (played by Herschel Mayall) sits on a couch with two children: Roland, who is in a sailor suit, played by Francis Carpenter and Rose, who is...
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