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Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Brochure for Parlin & Orendorff's volunteer walking cultivators, advertising the "Volunteer" and "Volunteer balance frame." The brochure unfolds to reveal...
Description: Ice and driftwood, including large tree trunks, piled on the shore near Egg Harbor.
Description: Don and Kim Bonack and sons, Cory and Dusty, live at W2400 Gill Road. They have lived here since 1982.
Description: Aerial view of the Madison skyline from University of Wisconsin Field House, overlooking the Wisconsin State Capitol and, in the foreground, Gateway Lumber...
Description: Three justices of the Wisconsin Supreme Court reviewing a score sheet at the Plaza Bowling Alley, 319 North Henry Street. Left to right: Chief Justice Marv...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: View of Intaglio, the only one still in existence in Wisconsin. There is a car on the road in the background.
Description: Three farmers stand near a wagon loaded with bags of corn as they deliver their product for testing. Two of the men wear winter coats with fur-trimmed hood...
Description: Bubbles, a black and white kitten sits on the lap of its owner, Janet Kanneberg, eighth grade, 1252 Sherman Ave. Janet has a wardrobe for Bubbles and in t...
Description: Robert Doyle, Journal war correspondent, took his wire recorder aboard the battleship Wisconsin while it was part of Admiral Halsey's 3rd fleet off...
Description: Children walking out of chuch after the Easter Sunday service at St. James United Methodist Church at 1114 West Brown Street.
Description: Lloyd Sarbacker, guard for the East High School basketball team, makes a shot at the basket.
Description: Benedict & Co. engineers. As shown by development to March 1st 1887. Inset: Map of northern Wisconsin showing location of range. Lands in red.
Description: Unitarian Church, built in 1886, and parish hall added in 1911 (both demolished), 125 Wisconsin Avenue at East Dayton Street, with a corner of the Federal...
Date: 2009 ca.
Description: View of Mineral Point Opera House auditorium and balconies from the stage.
Description: Students seated at typewriters in a classroom with their teacher at the Groves-Barnhart School for Secretaries, 502 State Street.
Description: Elevated view of city traffic of bumper-to-bumper cars leaving Milwaukee County Stadium after the 1957 World Series.
Date: 1941 ca.
Description: Mr. Per Lysne admiring rosemaled chests.
Description: Constance Elvehjem, left, wife of the University of Wisconsin's new president and Florence Anderson, right, wife of the publisher of The Wisconsin State Jo...
Description: Interior view of the Stephenson Public Library. In the foreground is a large octagon librarian's desk surrounded by columns. Bookshelves are along the wall...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Back view of the E. Pike residence. The owner is thought to have been a relative of Robinson D. Pike (1838-1905), a lumber merchant and the founder of Bay...
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