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Description: Action shot taken during the University of Wisconsin vs. Butler men's basketball game. The University of Wisconsin won 60 to 35.
Description: Three musicians, two males with banjos and possibly a woman with a guitar, pose in blackface and costumes for a studio portrait in front of a painted backd...
Date: date unknown
Description: Full-length studio portrait of a young man in front of a painted backdrop. He is wearing a suit with short pants, stockings and shoes.
Description: There's nothing like a threat to the fortunes of the dairy business to bring Wisconsin political leaders together. Here two Republicans and two Democrats t...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Thomas Joseph Neacy, Milwaukee machinist and manufacturer.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of Ho-Chunk woman, Alice Mary Blackdeer Hopkinah (NautchGePinWinKah), posed sitting in front of a painted backdrop. She is wearing a woman'...
Description: A question is fed into a "computer" created by the mathematics club at John Marshall Junior High School. This was a project in observance of American Educa...
Description: Studio portrait of a three-quarter length view of an African American youth wearing a three-piece suit and a tie, in front of a painted backdrop. The image...
Description: The Gold Dust Twins were a popular comedy-musical act that toured in the Midwest during the 1950s. The two men sang, danced, and performed banjo music, as...
Description: Bloch playing the character part of a candidate for sheriff to illustrate a possible book on political "types."
Description: Robert La Follette, 8, holding large wooden boat, and Judy La Follette, 5, holding a doll. They are the children of Governor-elect Phillip La Follette and...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Female factory workers sitting at long tables with coffee cups at the Deering Twine Mill cafeteria. A large coffee bar is in the back right corner of the r...
Description: Studio portrait of three men wearing hats, posing in front of a painted backdrop, who are standing with each of their hands on the shoulders of a seated ma...
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: Two typesetters at work at the Daily Press.
Description: A factory worker stacks tires on a Cub Cadet lawn tractor as he readies it for shipment from International Harvester's Louisville Works. The machine will b...
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: A man uses tools on a table to work with a metal part, possibly for a cream separator.
Description: In a recount that lasted almost four hours, the tide turned in favor of Alderman John Budzien, who apparently had lost last Tuesday's election to Robert A....
Description: "With tape recorders catching every word, Les Beck, right, reads from his mother's diaries. Ralph Widmer, left, and Fred Bandlow, center, add to their vivi...
Description: A man wearing safety goggles and an apron while working in a machine shop. He may be part of a safety program.
Description: Mary Lou Munts, a member of the Wisconsin Assembly, and Congressman David R. Obey at a fundraiser for Obey at the Madison Club.
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