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Description: Chicago & Northwestern Railroad tracks, looking west at the crossing of S. Blair Street, King Street, E. Wilson Street, and Williamson Street. Shows Chicag...
Description: Adults are standing around two girls with decorated baby carriages before a Fourth of July parade. There is a house, yard and automobile in the background.
Description: Group portrait of the 28 boys enrolled in the 9 o'clock "Little Badgers" boxing class held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison boxing quarters on Saturd...
Description: Exterior view of Lackland Pharmacy.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of a mountain pass called Dunville Notch. A group of farm houses are located among trees and a dirt road. Men gather near parked cars and a sign near...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Elevated view of the railroad yards and station.
Description: Eddie Pearce, foreman of the paint shop at the Orange State Motor Company, works on an International truck.
Description: View of a stone lined lake in a park with trees, a paved path, a stone bridge and ducks.
Description: A man on a loading dock near the open door of a building loads metal parts onto the back of an International truck used by the Wesley Heat Treating Company...
Description: Men load logs onto the back of an International KBS-6 Pulpwood Special truck in a wooded area. The original caption reads, "The International KBS-6 pulpwoo...
Description: Wisconsin's first Alice in Dairyland, Margaret McGuire, riding on a float in a parade in her hometown.
Description: Two men unload (or load) an International Model "63" truck for A.W. & H.H. Behrens Wholesale Grocers. They are handling crates of "Shredded Whole Wheat" at...
Description: A view of the Noah Webster House, the home of American lexicographer Noah Webster, the author of the first American dictionary (1828), probably built circa...
Description: Group of men and boys standing around the exposed foundation of a house in the foreground. There is part of an overturned roof on the left. Broken wood is...
Date: 1961-05-28 ca.
Description: Landscape view of a rolling countryside. A farm is visible in the distance.
Description: View from intersection of Texaco Station and sign located at 448 Park Street owned by Gerald Tifft.
Description: View of two large oxen pulling a wagon stopped in front of a post office. On the steps in front of the building two men stand looking towards the street....
Description: Side view of a Marquette School student being tested for riding skills in front of the school at 510 South Thornton Avenue. The testing is along Spaight St...
Description: Two racers streak down the soap box derby track on E. Gorham Street as a large crowd watches from behind a fence along the sidewalk.
Description: This map hows lot and block numbers, local streets, railroads, some landowners’ names, Milwaukee River, Menomonee River, and part of Lake Michigan. The map...
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