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Description: Man using an old scale at the H.M. Zander Creamery.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: A standard Pawling & Harnischfeger 3-ton monorail hoist with lumber handling unit in a lumber mill. There is an operator in the cab, as well as a man with...
Description: D.W. Norred (left), International Shreveport branch, Roy Foster, switchman of the Rajo Oil Corporation, and Jack Anderson of Jack Anderson Company, an Inte...
Description: Group portrait of members of the Orpheum Theatre softball team and their wearing t-shirts that read "Cool Orpheum" .
Description: Three smiling women stand beside a horse-drawn carriage near Two Rivers. The horses are wearing knotted, corded fly nets and blinders. The carriage has a c...
Description: Two men assemble a patriotic display consisting of International machinery, a T-9 Tractractor (crawler tractor), a cannon, coils of barbed wire, signs, and...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Unidentified boy posed standing in the yard in front of a frame house, probably in Hartford.
Description: Florence Thompson with several of her children in a tent shelter as part of the "Migrant Mother" series.
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Several boys and young men are standing in the foreground in front of a Lawson Air Liner.
Description: Elderly Ed Radke makes his way around the Ziemer property.
Description: Portrait of Police Officer Earl V. Bonner, the shortest man on the Madison police force, who joined in 1928, and Romain W. York Jr., the tallest man on the...
Description: A smiling Governor Knowles surveys the Wisconsin State Fairground from the top of the giant Ferris Wheel on the fair's midway. He spent the day at the Stat...
Description: A man wearing waders walks knee-deep through water and floating cranberries as he pulls a boom used for confining the cranberries so they can be harvested.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: A carefully posed scene of a man, woman, and girl at home. The girl sits with a cat on her lap. The man, in a wicker rocker, reads the "Editorial Section"...
Description: Group portrait of Vietnamese men and children standing outdoors, who have probably gathered for the wedding of Anh Le Vuong and Tien Vinh Le in Binh Hung,...
Description: Two women and a girl stand near a counter inside a general store as a man shows them a product. A cat and a dog sleep on the floor in the background, and a...
Description: Three men drive International dump trucks down a dirt pathway during the construction of the Natchez Trace Parkway. Another man stands to the side.
Description: The entrance to the bridge during construction. A worker works on the side of the bridge on the right. Other workers in the middle of the bridge lay boards...
Description: Long before Governor Earl conceded the race, some backers celebrated at his campaign party in Madison.
Description: Delegates hold up Mondale/Ferraro signs at the Democratic National Convention. Two are hand-drawn signs, "Hitler/Bush in '84, Rockin' Central America" and...
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