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Description: From left: unidentified man, son Andre, wife Rose, unidentified woman, Walter Wolf Peltz looking out of the window of a railroad car; Hamburg, Germany, en...
Date: date unknown
Description: A 300 ton steam shovel scooping iron ore at the Hull Rust Mahoning Mine, the world's largest open pit iron ore mine.
Description: Exterior of the USO Service Club building, 16-20 East Doty Street. Other buildings include the Beaver Insurance building and the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: Elevated view of a bridge crossing the Wisconsin River.
Description: View down E. Park Ave. looking east from State St. A row of houses stands to the left.
Description: Swenson Grubber Baseball Team, the older man in the center is probably Joe Carnahan who sold the Swenson Grubbing Machine to remove stumps. Identified, sec...
Description: View of a large statuehead entitled, "The Hercules." The base includes a poem on a plaque.
Description: Men, women, and children pose with buggy, wagon, and plow in front of a frame house surrounded by farm buildings in the countryside.
Date: 1913-08-28 ca.
Description: Group portrait of a reunion of Company K, 8th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, on the Trautwein farm. The company on this occasion were the guests of Mr. And...
Description: Syl chopping the hull of an overturned row boat which is leaning against a tree. Behind him is a steep cliff with a river or lake below, and on the right i...
Description: Catalog featuring calendar pages. October features a man using a hoe in a field. November features a drawing of the Buckeye Twine Mills.
Description: Philip F. La Follette speaking to a radio audience during his unsuccessful gubernatorial reelection bid during the summer of 1938. La Follette, the son of...
Description: View down commercial Main Street looking south. A buggy travels down the dirt road.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: A farmer operating a horse-drawn self-rake reaper while children are following close by.
Description: Photographic postcard of the northwest view of Blue Mounds. Text below in a white box reads "N.W. View of Blue Mounds, Wis. Elevation 1760 ft."
Description: Men working on relief tractors on a flatbed railroad car for delivery to "tri-state tornado" victims.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A man pulls a wagon and hay loader through a field with a Mogul 8-16 tractor. Another man stands on top of the wagon in front of the hay loader.
Description: Advertising flyer for International Power Washers. The yellow poster has white lettering that reads, "Mud is Murder" above a black and white photograph. Th...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: View across field from the south east of the Krueger farm, which includes farm buildings, fences, a farmhouse and a windmill.
Description: View across mowed field of two University of Wisconsin professors residences. On the left is the residence of Professor Harry L. Russell and to the right i...
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