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Loading Motorcycles into International Scout Terra Pickup

Date: 1977
Description: Color advertising photograph of a man loading a motorcycle into the back of a 1976 International Scout Terra pickup. A woman is sitting on the tailgate.
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Family Camping Trip in Mountain Field

Date: 1977
Description: Color advertising photograph of a family setting up a tent in mountain field near a small lake. An International Traveler pickup with simulated vinyl roof,...
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Fisherman Unloading Gear from International Scout II Pickup

Date: 1976
Description: Color advertising photograph of a fisherman unloading gear from the rear of an International Scout II XL pickup near a mountain lake.
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Surveying Fire Damage

Date: 1904
Description: Aftermath of the Wisconsin State Capitol fire of February 26-27. This image provides the best of only a few known photographs of the ornamentation of the w...
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Inside of the West Point Freedom House

Date: 1965
Description: A man stands in a kitchen, while a woman on the far right of the frame looks on. The building is a Freedom House used by civil rights volunteers.
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Freedom House Ruins

Date: 1965
Description: A man and a woman stand near a fireplace and other rubble of a burned Freedom House used by civil rights workers. The house was "burned down in the middle...
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Woman Walking Through Freedom House Door

Date: 1965
Description: A woman walks up steps and through a door into a Freedom House, used by civil rights workers.
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Man Standing Next to Sign

Date: 1965
Description: A man stands next to a sign with one hand resting on his hip. The sign next to him says, "I am regist[..] are you[...]." The image was taken inside the Whi...
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Interior of White Station Freedom House

Date: 1965
Description: The interior of a Freedom House, used by civil rights workers, is decorated with a United States flag and several posters on a wall. A bench below the flag...
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Man at Water Pump

Date: 1965
Description: A man hand pumps water in the yard outside of White Station Freedom House. "In all the rural Freedom Houses (and all rural houses) wells and outhous...
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Group Outside Clay County Courthouse

Date: 1965
Description: Two men and a woman stand outside the entrance to the Clay County Courthouse. To the right of the doorway is a sign that reads "Fallout Shelter." The capti...
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Clay County Welfare Office

Date: 1965
Description: View down sidewalk of the Clay County welfare office. The caption on the back of the image reports that African-Americans who received welfare were treated...
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Mrs. Davidson and Family

Date: 1965
Description: Three women, another adult seated in a chair on the left, and three children are gathered in a small room. "Mrs. Lester Davidson, candidate for the ASCS (A...
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Bullet Holes in the Pheba Freedom House

Date: 1965
Description: Three individuals point towards shotgun holes in a door and on the side of a building, highlighted by circles. The building is the Pheba Freedom House, use...
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Civil Rights Workers Talking to Woman

Date: 1965
Description: A woman and a man stand and talk to a seated woman. The standing woman is showing her papers. In the background, a man sits on a sofa talking to a child se...
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Store Owned by Adell Bennett

Date: 1965
Description: A small store with porch and a gas pump out in front. A car is parked nearby on the right. A man stands in the doorway of the neighboring building. "The st...
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Man Driving Team of Mules Pulling Wagon

Date: 1965
Description: A man is seated on a wagon pulled by mules. The image caption reports that "mules are still used by many farmers as transportation. Occasionally you see a...
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Pheba Freedom House

Date: 1965
Description: Front view of the Pheba Freedom House, used by civil rights workers. Along the walls and doors, bullet holes have been highlighted with circles.
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Abandond Schoolhouse

Date: 1965
Description: The school used for African-American children in the western half of Clay County until 1960, pictured 5 years after it closed.

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