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Date: 1904 ca.
Description: A young Alfred Lunt dressed as Rip Van Winkle, using clothing and a musket borrowed from farm hands and leggings made of gunny sacks.
Description: Newspaper clipping from an unidentified Madison, Wisconsin publication about Wisconsin Governor Fred Zimmerman being made a Chief of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebag...
Description: Original UPI Wirephoto transmission. Caption reads: "A Dallas Policeman holds the murder weapon used to assassinate President John F. Kennedy high over his...
Description: Original UPI Wirephoto transmission. Caption reads: "Dallas: This is the complete negative of the dramatic scene captured by Times Herald Staff Photographe...
Description: Deane and Don Oelke, front row, owners of the Denniston House Hotel, standing by the historical marker honoring the history of the Denniston House in Cassv...
Description: An article entitled "Most Colossal Animal Ever On Earth Just Found Out West", about the discovery of brontosaurus remains. The article includes illustratio...
Description: Cover of "The Madison Bugle-American," an underground newspaper, featuring a cartoon of a businessman holding a leashed dog, a woman in a lounge dress smok...
Description: Newspaper clipping cartoon drawing of Jeremiah Rusk as a towering figure standing above a small crowd of men in a field. Rusk wears a hat and vest, his sle...
Description: Newspaper clipping of a man holding a small child in his arms who arrived on the orphan train for adoption. The caption is: "He Wins A Prize."
Date: 1872 ca.
Description: An advertisement for an Improvement in Movable Frame Bee Hives, The Western Bee Hive. Patented January 9, 1872 by H. Staggs from Topeka Kansas. Claims to b...
Description: The front page of the newsletter "Frauen-Zeitung."
Description: Imaginative pen and ink drawing featuring "a sportswriter with an automatic reel attached to his typewriter, an astrologer with his kingfisher prognosticat...
Description: Cover for "The Ann Arbor Argus," an underground newspaper, featuring an image of a red-clad super hero fighting a muscular bald man, with a diamond around...
Description: The newly crowned beauty queens and attendants from St. Croix Falls and neighboring Taylors Falls stand with Willis Erickson (right), president of the Polk...
Description: Original UPI Wirephoto transmission. Caption reads: "Ft. Worth Tex.: Texas Gov. John Connally (L), President Lyndon B. Johnson (C), and the late President...
Description: Cover of "The Rag." an underground newspaper, featuring a photograph of a young-looking girl smoking a marijuana joint.
Description: A sensational newspaper article about a newlywed couple encountering a sea serpent which resembles the Loch Ness monster.
Description: Capitol Square images from a 1956 Wisconsin State Journal article.
Description: Article from University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point student newspaper Pointer titled "LAND of the giant-killers: David wins again" detailing the succ...
Description: Four small black-and-white portraits of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party candidates: Fannie Lou Hamer, Annie Devine, Aaron Henry, and Victoria Gray...
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