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Date: 1957 ca.
Description: Aerial view of downtown.
Description: Mrs. T. Carroll (Rebecca) Sizer of 512 Wisconsin Avenue stands beside her grandson, William McKinley "Billy" Draper, three, son of Mr. and Mrs. William K....
Description: Exterior view of the State Office Building, 1 West Wilson Street. This Art Deco building was designed by Kirchoff and Rose for the office of the state arch...
Description: East Washington Avenue near Union Corners when first reopened after widening in 1955. Several vehicles are visible on the road.
Description: View down Center Street. The caption on the image is incorrect. On the left are storefronts, including a millinery and stable. On the right, commercial bui...
Description: After the death of Joseph R. McCarthy in May, 1952, seven Republicans ran in the special primary election. The most serious candidates were Congressman Gl...
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: A farmer works in a field with an Osborne grain binder.
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: Workers preparing ginseng beds in northern Wisconsin.
Description: Color photo of a truck with a trailer containing blocks of stone parked in front of Moon Freight Lines, Inc. The truck is a red International Harvester COF...
Description: A farmer operates a horse-drawn Osborne grain binder through a field. The original caption reads "Emerson-Brantingham."
Description: "Mrs. Ona Johnson's second and third graders — Theresa Public School."
Description: Students boarding an International D-30 school bus in front of the Lindbergh School. The bus featured a 19-foot Hicks body.
Description: Six children with a day care worker. The Abraham Lincoln School for Social Science of Chicago, Illinois, sponsored a Summer Institute in Madison for sever...
Description: Aerial view of Indianapolis Works, an International Harvester engine factory.
Description: A streetcar was knocked off the tracks in an accident with an automobile at the corner of Mills and Drake Streets.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Silent film actress Lottie Briscoe in a studio publicity photograph posed sitting at a small table with a candlestick telephone, a vase with flowers, and s...
Description: Group portrait of schoolchildren with an adult female in a forest setting.
Description: Apiary of August Diehnelt with a large group of people. Mr Diehnelt is just above the arrow.
Description: Entries in the Lewis Baking Contest. Seven tables full of plates of desserts are displayed in a large room.
Description: Brewington Typewriter Company, 533 State Street, window display featuring Royal Typewriters. The name was later changed to Stemp Typewriter Company.
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