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Description: Menominee Indians of the Zoar Settlement in Northern Wisconsin performing a dream dance. Standing figures: "Grandma" Dutchman and husband "Charlie."
Description: An open house for representatives of University of Wisconsin campus groups, housemothers, and alumni is held at the new Alpha Delta Phi fraternity house. S...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Several men load boxes and pallets from International Harvester's Tractor Works onto a train.
Description: Pro price-control broadcast at WJRN. A woman and two men stand encircling a microphone holding scripts. A clock is on the wall behind them and a piano [?]...
Description: This map shows a plat of the west part of the city, numbered blocks and lots, some landownership, local streets, roads, railroads, wards by number, parks,...
Description: Men, a boy, and a dog stand beneath an overhang outside the Cambridge Feed and Seed Company near a parked truck and automobile.
Description: A clown entertains three women at a Civilian Defense Rally, two of whom are wearing bonnets and matching dresses. Booths behind the women read "Variety Sto...
Description: View down a cobblestone brick road. Stores on the street include: the Columbus Hotel, Tremont Hotel, and a drug store.
Date: 1929 ca.
Description: Monona Avenue. The Wisconsin State Capitol can be seen in the background.
Description: Exterior night view of the Nancee Hat Shop at 7 South Pinckney Street featuring hats, purses and an Art Deco entrance.
Description: Advertising proof created by Young and Rubicam for the International Harvester Company. Features a color illustration of three truck drivers at a diner, an...
Date: 1932 date unknown
Description: Head and shoulders portrait of Sid when he was in high school. Image appeared in the 1932 East High School Yearbook - Tower Tales.
Description: Senator Jess Miller auctioning a Collie puppy in front of a WIBA microphone in the Wisconsin State Capitol. Governor Goodland donated the proceeds of the s...
Date: 1928-12 ca.
Description: View of the of Methodist Episcopal church.
Description: Mrs. Robert Viall using a gasoline engine to run a cream separator on the Babcock farm. The cream separator is driven by belts that are attached to the eng...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: The main entrance to the Hillside Cemetery in Lancaster.
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: Advertisement celebrating 100 years of International Harvester history. Features inset drawings of McCormick's first reaper in 1831 and "Harvester's first...
Description: Factory workers in the machine shop experimental department at International Harvester's Tractor Works.
Description: Fred Smith's Concrete Park, including folk art pieces depicting people, dogs and a team of horses.
Description: Men on Harley Davidson motorcycles lined up in front of Harry McDaniels' Bicycle and Motorcycle shop at 111 State Street.
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