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Frank Lloyd Wright's Funeral Procession

Date: April 1959
Description: Funeral procession of Frank Lloyd Wright to Unity Chapel Cemetery. His body is carried in a horse-drawn vehicle with a group of people marching behind.
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Dodge County Historical Museum

Date: 1954
Description: Dodge County Historical Museum, exterior view. This was the old Milwaukee railroad depot before it was remodeled for the Society's use.
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Unity Chapel Cemetery

Date: April 1959
Description: Unity Chapel Cemetery on the day of Frank Lloyd Wright's funeral.
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Frank Lloyd Wright Funeral

Date: April 1959
Description: A group of pallbearers carry the casket containing Frank Lloyd Wright's body to its final resting place in the Unity Chapel Cemetery.
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Frank Lloyd Wright Funeral

Date: April 1959
Description: Frank Lloyd Wright's funeral at the Unity Chapel Cemetery.
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Clinic Entrance

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Description: Exterior of small, one-story building with front walk leading to entrance with low steps.
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Making Shells for the Korean War

Date: June 1953
Description: Men and women employed by Malleable Iron Range Co. making artillery shells to be used in the Korean War.
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Woman Holding Artillery Shell

Date: June 1953
Description: Factory worker holding an artillery shell manufactured at Malleable Iron Range Co.
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Colonel Haskell Receiving Millionth Shell

Date: June 1953
Description: Col. Robert K. Haskell (left) receiving the one millionth shell manufactured by the Malleable Iron Range Co. of Beaver Dam in a ceremony at the manufacturi...
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Glassblower Wilma Erway

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Description: Wilma Erway working at the lathe in a glassblowing studio.
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Glassblower Norman Erway

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Description: Norman Erway working on a glass piece.
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Girls and Glass

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Description: The daughters of glassblowers Norman and Wilma Erway holding glass art pieces.
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Erway's Glassblowing Shop

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Description: Wilma and Norman Erway working in their glassblowing shop.

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