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Description: Page 1 of textual description of Brundage family and their resettlement from poor farmland to land better suited to agriculture.
Description: Furnace installation by Hefty Sales Co., in a recreation room with a fireplace and pinball machine.
Description: Baby Richard Quinney held by his mother, Alice Quinney, in the farmyard.
Description: United States Secretary of the Interior Ray Lyman Wilbur and his wife at the Northwest railroad station with an unidentified man isolated by a masked backg...
Description: Lithograph print of a drawing depicting two men working in a hay barn.
Description: Factory workers with TracTractors (crawler tractors) on the assembly line at International Harvester's Tractor Works.
Description: Cover of "The Fighting Finches" by the Federal Writers' Project in Wisconsin and bound by Milwaukee Handicraft Project. There is a drawing of a hand gun on...
Description: Blooming mill at International Harvester's Wisconsin Steel Works. Original caption reads: "Closeup of ingot entering rolls of 40" blooming mill with finish...
Description: View from left front of male bicycle racers at the start of a race. Some of the men wear hats, and two wear helmets. On the far right a man smoking a cigar...
Description: International bakery truck with modified body advertising Bamby bread. The truck was owned by Smith and Seely Inc., wholesale bakers of Olean, New York.
Description: Sales woman demonstrating a Maytag Ironer (mangle) to a customer in the Burdick & Murray Department Store, located at 26 N. Carroll Street.
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: Young Ralph Quinney fills a water trough for a group of Jersey cows on the family farm.
Description: Kessenich's mannequin dressed in dress, coat, hat, purse and gloves and shoes.
Description: Levers, toggles, and indicator lights make up the switchboard at the Eastwood Theatre, 2090 Atwood Avenue.
Description: Patients in beds with nurses on the sun porch at the Lake View Tuberculosis Sanitarium.
Date: 1931 ca.
Description: A group of people stand on a ledge overlooking Copper Falls.
Description: Informal portrait of Edgar Schildknecht, dressed in a hat and overalls. A building is in the background.
Description: Madison Theatre marquee. Lombard - Foster in "Love Before Breakfast", also "Two In Revolt" on the marquee.
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: Esther Peterson, a student at Mud Branch School, District No. 2, poses leaning against a tree on a hill while holding a baseball bat. There is a road and f...
Description: Two men and a boy load bales of hay from the bed of an International DR-70 truck into a barn. The original caption reads, "A DR-70 170-inch wheelbase truck...
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