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Description: Color photograph of a farmer pouring grain into a McCormick belt-driven hammer mill powered by a McCormick Farmall Cub tractor.
Date: date unknown
Description: John Street Bridge over Fox River.
Description: A bow view of the "Sidney". Later named "Washington".
Description: Outdoor portrait of Sid and his son, Steve Boyum,standing on the grass with a picnic table and what may be a lake in the background.
Description: Four staff members of the Marketing division of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture standing around a desk with a stack of papers.
Description: A view of a cemetery with wooden crosses and bed steads.
Description: Outdoor group portrait of three women and children seated in a yard in front of a small fenced in flower bed. From left to right, Sarah Krueger, Edgar Kru...
Description: Lt. Commander Leonard (Leo) Thelen, Commanding Officer of the hospital, takes the pulse of a Marine line officer whose legs have been injured by shrapnel.
Description: Actors Farley Granger and Anne Baxter, as the young Ukrainian lovers Damian Simonov and Marina Pavlov, pose for a publicity still for "The North Star."
Description: The grave of Agnes of Glaslow, first settler, who died in 1780.
Description: A team of eight oxen pulling a wagon filled with logs. One man stands by the side of the oxen while posing for this photograph, while three other men pose...
Description: Alexander Krueger, Ernst Goetsch, Paul C. Goetsch, and an unidentified man hauling wood to the Lime Kiln. The wood is piled up on a cart and pulled along t...
Description: A row of Victorian dwellings stands opposite a dirt road, seen from the north side of Nathan Strong Park. The second home from the left was built in 1882...
Description: Exterior of the Diamond Match Company, established in 1881 and the largest manufacturer of matches in the United States of America by the late nineteenth c...
Description: Mrs. Vida Calkins and Mrs. Caroline Mott, descendants of the founders of the Centralia Mill, standing in front of the historical marker honoring the work o...
Description: Group of girls posing in the yard of a clapboard house decorated with American flags.
Description: Portrait of Chas Crownhart, a member of the Industrial Commission from May 4, 1911 to August 12, 1915.
Description: The crowd at a free air show sponsored by the recently organized Waukesha Aviation Club in order to dedicate their new airport. In actuality, the club's ai...
Description: Pensive Wisconsin trucker at a bar on Atwood Avenue.
Description: People seated at the head table at the Mississippi Valley Historical Association dinner at the Hotel Loraine. From left are Dr. Paul Knaplund, professor of...
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