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Description: Police officer Raymond P. Kurth holds the leather bag in which the robber, Max M. Feeney, carried the money stolen from the Loraine Hotel.
Date: date unknown
Description: Carson Gulley in chef's hat leans out of the driver's side of his catering truck. The promotional card indicates that the chef specialized in large and sma...
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Richard (right) and Otto Lindner pose together, wearing derby hats.
Description: The Sidell Sisters, Billie and Pierre, posed as a Latin couple. The Sidell Sisters were from Madison, Wisconsin. They were students of Leo T. Kehl and th...
Description: Color advertising photograph of a man loading a chair into the back of a 1972 International Scout II pickup truck as a woman looks on.
Description: J. Robert Taylor standing in the middle of a street, holding a large camera. On the left, a car is driving by.
Description: An indigenous youth weaves roofing for military buildings on Kiriwina Island in the Solomon Sea, New Guinea (present day Papua New Guinea).
Description: Farmers using a Farmall tractor, corn-picker and wagon in a cornfield on the farm of Robert Garst.
Description: Lillian Scholes, demonstrating a prototype typewriter invented by her father, Christopher Latham Scholes.
Date: 1917-09 ca.
Description: Khaki-covered Bibles being made by the American Bible Society for American fighters during World War I. The goal was one million testaments. All the worker...
Description: Copy photograph of a quarter-length studio portrait of a European American man posing sitting. He is wearing eyeglasses, a dark-colored suit coat, and a ne...
Description: A female factory worker machines a part in the ball bearing plant at West Pullman Works.
Description: Harry G. Marsh, passenger agent for the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad, seated at his desk. Mr. Marsh was responsible for troop movements to and from Trua...
Description: Governor John W. Reynolds stands on a stage in front of two microphones, one labeled WIGM. He holds a piece of paper in his right hand. Four men sit behind...
Description: Man in cornfield, tending a plant.
Description: Father, mother and three girls stand on front porch of what appears to be their home. There is a sign for an office in the basement on the left.
Description: Attendees at the dinner for UW Brittingham scholars include, at right, Anne K. Paulsen from Drammen, Norway in her national costume. She is with Olafur Pet...
Description: Winter scene with pedestrians standing on the sidewalk near a downtown street waiting for bus transportation in a snowstorm. Probably at Capitol Square.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Ernst Schmidt poses in the doorway of the playhouse on the grounds at Black Point Estate. He is wearing an exotic native American style costume adorned wit...
Description: A man and woman are loading crates of milk into an International C-Line truck at Penn Dairy Farm. According to the original caption, "Mr. and Mrs. Johhnson...
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