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Little Rascals with International Harvester Cream Separator

Date: 1930
Description: Cast members from the early 20th century film series "Little Rascals" pose in and around an International Harvester cream separator with their dog.
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Farmall Cub Pulling Movie Advertisement

Date: 1947
Description: Two people driving a Farmall Cub through an urban area. They are towing a wagon with movie advertisement, announcing "The Farmer's Daughter," starring Lore...
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Scene Still from The Jazz Singer

Date: 1927
Description: A still from the film The Jazz Singer showing Eugenie Besserer, Al Jolson, and Warner Oland (Warner 1927).
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State Street from 200 Block

Date: 1929
Description: State Street view looking toward the University of Wisconsin, with the 200 block in the foreground. The marquee for the Capitol Theatre reads "'Jealousy,'...
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Orpheum Theatre Projection Booth

Date: April 21 1927
Description: The projection room in the Orpheum Theatre, with projectors and other equipment ready for movie viewing.
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Vietnamesiche Filmtage

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Description: Color poster promoting Vietnamesische Filmtage.
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Opening of Eastwood Theatre

Date: December 27 1929
Description: A crowd lined up on opening night at the Eastwood Theatre at 2090 Atwood Avenue. This view of the facade shows an unfinished dome on top of the building.
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World's Largest Tire

Date: November 02 1930
Description: Group of people, including dwarfs and midgets, posing with "the worlds largest tire" in front of the RKO Orpheum Theatre as part of a promotion for Goodyea...
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Free The Hollywood Ten

Date: October 28 1947
Description: Several members of the screenwriters and directors known as the "Hollywood Ten," together with members of their families at a demonstration before their im...
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"Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye"

Date: 1950
Description: Scene still from "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye."
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Jack Carson

Date: 1920
Description: Jack Carson at the age of ten posing on front steps wearing a hat and leaning on a walking cane.
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Advertising Poster for International Harvester Films

Date: 1926
Description: Advertising poster for motion pictures [movies] shown "free to farmers and their families." Bears the text: "A Visit to a Modern Tractor Plant; The Making...
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International Harvester Movie Poster

Date: 1919
Description: Advertising poster for a film produced by the International Harvester Company about "how the American farmer throws off the shackles of Old Man Work by put...
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International Harvester Movie Poster

Date: 1919
Description: Advertising poster for a film produced by International Harvester in which "the tractor's constructive influence is symbolized in typical scenes - plowing,...
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International Harvester Movie Poster

Date: 1919
Description: Advertising poster for a film produced by International Harvester "showing in motion the dramatic events in the present-day Harvest Field." Includes the ti...
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MGM Traveling Theatre

Date: August 17 1933
Description: Crowd assembled outside the RKO Orpheum Theatre to watch "Tugboat Annie" on MGM's traveling theatre. Speths Clothing and other businesses in the 200 block...
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Production still of Buddy Ebsen

Date: 1937
Description: Buddy Ebsen, dressed in a suit and hat, sits on an upended case on the set of "Broadway Melody of 1937."
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Orpheum Theatre at Night

Date: January 24 1936
Description: The Orpheum Theatre canopy and sign at night on the 200 block of State Street. The Orpheum Theatre marquee notes: "Shep Fields" on stage, and "Kind Lady" o...
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Orpheum Theatre Marquee

Date: September 09 1936
Description: Orpheum Theatre marquee, 216 State Street, featuring William Powell, Myrna Loy and Luise Rainer in "The Great Ziegfeld." View also includes Weber's Restaur...
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Madison Theatre

Date: November 17 1936
Description: Refurbished facade of Madison Theatre, 111 Monona Avenue. The building includes the temporary quarters of Savidusky's Cleaners and Dyers.

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