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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...
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: Dr. Clifford L. Lord (second from left), director of the Wisconsin State Historical Society, unveiled the Wisconsin Central Railroad historical marker at H...
Date: date unknown
Description: An oval-shaped blue and white logo depicting a woman holding a stocking over her head. Buildings, the sun, and waves are behind her. The text reads: "Wear...
Description: Cover of "Burning River Oracle," a free underground newspaper, featuring a drawing of Jesus Christ crucified in front of the silhouette of an urban landsca...
Description: Newspaper article declaring peace between the United States and Great Britain at the end of the War of 1812.
Description: Front page of the newspaper El Misisipi.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Three-quarter length drawing of Clarence Darrow speaking at the People's Party Convention held at Uhlrich's Hall in Chicago.
Description: Newspaper photograph of a daguerreotype portrait of Increase Lapham taken in 1849.
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...
Description: Head and shoulders portrait drawing of Clarence Darrow to accompany an article about the Oshkosh lumber strike conspiracy trial.
Description: Mrs. Charles I. Brigham (left), and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Charles Brigham, Jr., with her children Mark, Jonathan, and Elizabeth, standing and reading t...
Description: View of barn, house, and outbuildings at Keystone Farms, owned by Owen W. Rolands.
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: President of the Miller Brewing Company, Norman R. Klug, unveiled the Watertown Plank Road historical marker along with, to his left, James Fitzpatrick, pr...
Description: The front page of the newsletter "Frauen-Zeitung."
Description: Albert Kratch, president of the Lake Mills-Aztalan Historical Society, in front of the Aztalan State Park historical marker. Kratch helped to organize even...
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: 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: Participants in the dedication ceremony of the Laura Ingalls Wilder historical marker in Pepin, Wilder's birthplace, included, from left to right, Miss Ele...
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