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Description: Newspaper clipping titled: "The Little Darling" shows a couple holding an orphan train child as two other women look on.
Description: The front page of "The Harp", an Irish newspaper out of New York.
Description: Newspaper clipping giving information about the chapel. Above the article is a photograph of a meeting in progress.
Date: date unknown
Description: Cover of "The Needle," an underground magazine, featuring a cherub-like creature with an adult male face.
Description: The first printing of the United States Constitution found in the
"Pennsylvania Packet," and "Daily Advertiser."
Description: Newspaper clipping from an unidentified Madison, Wisconsin publication about Wisconsin Governor Fred Zimmerman being made a Chief of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebag...
Description: Four small black-and-white portraits of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party candidates: Fannie Lou Hamer, Annie Devine, Aaron Henry, and Victoria Gray...
Description: Original UPI Wirephoto transmission. Caption reads: "Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy holds the flag that draped her late husband's coffin as she turns from the gra...
Description: Cover of "The Avatar," an underground newspaper, featuring a charcoal drawing of a woman, facing away, with a pack over her shoulder and a white and red fl...
Date: 1890-10 ca.
Description: Engraved illustration from Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly depicting the members of the House Ways and Means Committee during the deliberations on th...
Description: Head and shoulders portrait drawing of Nathan Paine of Paine Lumber Company who brought charges against George Zentner and Michael Troiber in the Oshkosh l...
Description: First newspaper printing of "The Star Spangled Banner". Printed six days after the Battle of Fort McHenry, where Frances Scott Key wrote the poem that woul...
Date: 1904 ca.
Description: A young Alfred Lunt dressed as Rip Van Winkle, using clothing and a musket borrowed from farm hands and leggings made of gunny sacks.
Description: Cover of "The East Village Other," an underground newspaper, featuring a cartoon bomb on top of a pile of money. The headline reads, "Booming the Economy."...
Description: Cover of "The Free Statesman," an underground newspaper, depicting a clown figure dancing with a woman, and standing on top of a dove.
Description: Cover of "Gothic Blimp Works," an underground comic newspaper, featuring a cartoon by Robert Crumb.
Description: Newspaper photograph of the Robert Lamp home, 22 North Butler Street, built by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1903, and hidden in the center of one of Madison's upt...
Description: Head and shoulders portrait drawing of Thomas Kidd.
Description: Newspaper clipping of prospective parents looking up at children in the windows of the orphan train. The caption reads: "The Arrival of the Babies."
Description: Newspaper advertisement for "The Queen Beehive." Sold by Atkinson and Barber, Indianapolis, Indiana. "The best and most roomy arrangement for fertilizing t...
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