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Description: Cover of "Berkeley Tribe," an underground newspaper, depicting a couple with a baby. Both the man and the woman are carrying a firearm. The newspaper logo...
Description: Imaginative pen and ink drawing. "The opening of the state fishing season Saturday would not seem official without publishing one of Sid Boyum's perennial...
Description: Imaginative pen and ink drawing of a large trout surrounded by a variety of insects, a fishing reel, and a fishing lure. The work was inspired when the art...
Description: An editorial article in the "New York Journal" written by William Randolph Hearst in the wake of the sinking of the "Maine."
Description: Cover of "Spokane Natural," an underground newspaper, depicting lightbulb form, comprised of a man's face, a landscape, and other elements. "lns, ups" in u...
Description: Mary Lynn Norton and Cathy Mess unveiling the Phillips Fire historical marker, while Avrid Bostrom and Alderman Victor Cress (seated) look on. Bostrom, a l...
Description: Cover of "Navy Times Are Changin,'" an underground newspaper, featuring a cartoon of three men, at least one in navy uniform, surrounded by pigs pointing f...
Date: date unknown
Description: Head and shoulders portrait drawing of George Zentner of Oshkosh, a member of the Woodworkers Union.
Description: Advertisment for the "Wisconsin Argus" newspaper published in Madison, Wisconsin by S.D. Carpenter and H.A. Tenney.
Description: Newspaper clipping giving information about the chapel. Above the article is a photograph of a meeting in progress.
Description: Cover of "Fun Travel Adventure," an underground newspaper, depicting a collage of soldiers at Iwo Jima with an oversized, purple flower replacing the Ameri...
Date: 1872 ca.
Description: An advertisement for an Improvement in Movable Frame Bee Hives, The Western Bee Hive. Patented January 9, 1872 by H. Staggs from Topeka Kansas. Claims to b...
Description: View of barn, house, and outbuildings at Keystone Farms, owned by Owen W. Rolands.
Description: The newly crowned beauty queens and attendants from St. Croix Falls and neighboring Taylors Falls stand with Willis Erickson (right), president of the Polk...
Description: Cover of "The Fifth Estate," an underground newspaper, featuring a grim reaper figure wearing an American flag-patterned tie, and holding a man's severed h...
Description: Mrs. Steve McNamara (left), granddaughter of Nathan Strong, the founder of the city of Berlin, then named Strong's Landing, spoke at the dedication ceremon...
Description: Page from the Waukesha "Daily Freeman" newspaper listing draftees from Waukesha, Brookfield, New Berlin, Menomonee, Muskego, Vernon, Genesse, Summit, Delaf...
Description: Newspaper article declaring peace between the United States and Great Britain at the end of the War of 1812.
Description: Dr. Clifford L. Lord (second from left), director of the Wisconsin State Historical Society, unveiled the Wisconsin Central Railroad historical marker at H...
Description: Cover of "Berkeley Barb," an underground newspaper, featuring a photographic collage of politically charged images, mostly relating to the Civil Rights mov...
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