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Martha Buelke with her Cow

Date: 1899
Description: Grandma Martha (Goetsch) Buelke posed in front of a barn with her favorite cow. She is holding a milking pail.
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Third Wisconsin State Capitol

Date: 1899
Description: Third Wisconsin State Capitol, the second in Madison, as seen from East Washington Avenue.
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Pedestrians on Bascom Hill

Date: 1899
Description: Elevated view of Bascom Hill and lower campus vicinity from the roof of the Wisconsin Historical Society, which was then under construction. A large group...
Book or Pamphlet

McCormick Catalog Illustration

Date: 1899
Description: Color lithograph color illustration from the back of an advertising catalog printed for the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company showing an arch commemorat...
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Indian Log Drivers

Date: 1899
Description: View along shoreline towards Indian log drivers, two in a bateau, and one man standing on the bank of the Chippewa River.
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John Muir

Date: 1899
Description: A studio portrait of naturalist, conservationist, and writer John Muir.
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McCormick Catalog Cover

Date: 1899
Description: Color lithograph cover illustration for the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company catalog. Shows a field of grain with a man harvesting by hand at an "1801"...
Poster

McCormick "Back from the War" Advertising Poster

Date: 1899
Description: Chromolithograph advertising poster for the McCormick grain binder showing a father, young girl, and a dog welcoming a returning Spanish-American War soldi...
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The "Clyde" Pushing a Tow

Date: 1899
Description: The "Clyde" after being converted to a sternwheel rafter, pushing a tow with a locomotive on board.
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Wisconsin State Capitol (Third) Park Gateway

Date: 1899
Description: Third Wisconsin State Capitol (the second in Madison), showing the East Washington Avenue gateway and iron fence. In reality the statues, which were meant...
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Football Team

Date: 1899
Description: The football team from Platteville Normal School.
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Women's Basketball Team

Date: 1899
Description: Women's basketball team poses for a group portrait.
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Football Team

Date: 1899
Description: Group portrait in front of a painted backdrop of members of a Whitewater, Wisconsin football team.
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Farm Hands at Work Reaping Grain with Scythes

Date: 1899
Description: Farm scene of foreman watching five farm hands reaping grain with cradles as children, women and field hands help gather it into bundles.
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Farmer Harvesting Grain with Horse-Drawn Reaper

Date: 1899
Description: Rear view of farmer harvesting grain near woodline with a self-rake reaper drawn by two horses.
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Trolley Car Pulling Flat Car Carrying McCormick Binder and Mower

Date: 1899
Description: Group of people posing on a trolley car, which is pulling a flat car loaded with a McCormick grain binder and mower as part of an event culminating the "Cr...
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Farmers Harvest Grain with McCormick Binder

Date: 1899
Description: Three farmers harvest grain with McCormick horse-drawn grain binder. One farmer sits aboard the binder guiding horses while two men, one with scythe and cr...
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McCormick Harvesting Machine Co. Dealership

Date: 1899
Description: View from street of workers, including some African Americans, loading (and/or unloading) agricultural equipment and parts outside a general office of the...
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William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt

Date: 1899
Description: Campaign poster with the title "Posterity" for Theodore Roosevelt and William McKinley featuring their portraits, and an illustration of a woman holding a...
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McCormick grain binder dressed in stars and stripes

Date: 1899
Description: McCormick grain binder decorated with stars and stripes on the street in front of a McCormick Harvesting Machine Company dealership. The location is possib...

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