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Dr. Joseph Smith: Early 20th Century Life in Marathon County - Image Gallery Essay

View photographs taken by Dr. Joseph Smith in the early 20th century in and around Marathon County, Wisconsin.

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James T. Potter's Photos

View this image collection of architectural details of places in Madison, Wisconsin.

View a large gallery of Wisconsin residents playing: bowling, dancing, curling, sailing, skateboarding, skating, skiing and snowmobiling.

View this beautiful collection of Valentine's Day greeting cards collected from 1840 through 1980.

A Historical Look at Service Stations

Photographs of Wisconsin gas stations portray the development of service station architecture.

Black-and-white photographs taken and printed by Civil War-era photographer George N. Barnard.

Photographer David Giffey Captures Details of Migrant Worker Life

Learn about migrant worker life in Wisconsin and Texas captured by Wisconsin-born photojournalist David Giffey.

Doctor and Amateur Photographer

Discover the career of amateur photographer and doctor Edward Bass who surprised people with his near-overnight success and natural talent.

A Wisconsin family's photography of their life, pets, parades and other festivities from the late 19th through the early 20th century.

Allan Born, The Born Collection

Allan Born's photographs of Northern Wisconsin during the 1930's and beyond.

The Civil War sketches of Alexander Simplot were reproduced as engravings for use in newspapers.
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Image galleries feature selections from visual materials in the Society's Archives. They reflect the wide range of subjects, photographers, and collections available for research. Each gallery is introduced by an essay to provide historical context and background.

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