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Date: date unknown
Description: A stallion with long curly mane, owned by Jack Allison. Allison, a horse dealer from Taylor County, and the horse stand in front of the Post Office on Main...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: A two-passenger car with the number 13 on the front is going around the bend on a dirt race track.
Date: 1931 ca.
Description: View of the Squaw Bay Caves, near Cornucopia, with people in a boat off to the far left. The caves were renamed Mawikwe Bay, and Mawikwe is Ojibwe for weep...
Description: Men stand on an oil rig owned by Shoeffer Specialty Oil Wells Drilling. The operation was powered by two International PD-80 power units.
Description: Holiday card depicting a family; mother, father, daughter, son and their dog. The mother is standing with a tea tray, the father is seated and the children...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Four men and three children standing in a stump-strewn field with a horse-drawn McCormick mower.
Description: Newton Minow (far right) is seated at a table with members of his staff at the Communications Research Center. There is a large map on the wall on the righ...
Description: A reunion of former members of Hangar 13, an organization of Beloit boys that built and raced model airplanes during the 1930s.
Description: "Diane was our waitress when we visited The Wharf in Fox Lake." From left to right; Diane, Shirley Widmer, John Bodden, and Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker.
Description: Harold Gauer (wearing a hat, wig, bow tie and smoking a cigar), and three friends, Ed Sachs (who took over the editorship of the Sauk City newspaper), D. R...
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Charles E. Brown. Brown as an archeologist primarily responsible for saving more than one hundred Indian mounds from destruction...
Description: There is some cream in the whey, which is extracted by pumping the whey through this cream separator (a Westfalia Centrifuge).
Description: Portrait of Yankton Dakota man, Wanbliowe (Eagle Track). Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Yankton Tribes.
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Close-up of a man in a suit leaning on a metal-work balustrade in the neighborhood of the West Fiftieth Streets.
Date: 1899 ca.
Description: Waist-up studio portrait of naturalist, conservationist, and writer John Muir.
Description: A man wearing a medal stands for a studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop. He rests his one hand on a chair while the other holds an umbrella, and...
Date: ????-03-11 date unknown
Description: Dinner menu from A Bit of Sweden restaurant. Front cover has an illustration of a man pouring coffee from a large pot for a woman holding a cup; both are w...
Date: 1894 ca.
Description: Patent attorney Charles L. Goss (seated), with clerk Arthur Muerless in the law offices of Winkler, Flanders, Smith, Bottum, & Vilas.
Description: A man, woman and girl stand in front of a carriage pulled by a horse in the woods.
Date: 1821 ca.
Description: Indians of the North Red River area, probably in the vicinity of old Fort Douglas, now Winnipeg, Canada, spearing beaver.
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