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Governor Julius P. Heil Campaigning to Teenagers

Date: October 1942
Description: Governor Julius P. Heil (1876-1949) speaks to Shawano High School students and others during his gubernatorial re-election campaign. He arrived during the...
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AAA Driver's Education Class and Instructor

Date: October 27 1938
Description: AAA driver's training instructor with group of students, posing with dual control driver's education car, in front of Madison East High School.
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Bowling at the USO

Date: 1940
Description: A USO volunteer challenges an enthusiastic soldier to a friendly bowling match.
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George and Fannie Stacy Lincoln Monegar

Date: 1920
Description: Studio portrait of George Monegar (EwaOnaGinKah) and Fannie Stacy Lincoln Monegar (LeBaWinKah) posing standing in front of a painted backdrop. He is wearin...
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People on Sled

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Description: Elevated view of a group of people posing on and around horse-drawn sleds. There is a man on the porch of the building in the background.
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Ella or Irene Larkin

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Description: Sixth-plate daguerreotype of Ella or Irene Larkin as a child. Seated figure facing front with crossed ankles, wearing striped top and checked skirt. Hand-c...
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Christian Turck House

Date: 1900
Description: Christian Turck House built in 1835 by Turck who was a German immigrant.
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Clara Bewick Colby

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Description: Formal studio portrait of Clara Bewick Colby in a long, black skirt, holding a book.
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Studio Portrait of Indian Women and Baby

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Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of two Indian (probably Winnebago) women. The woman on the right is holding a baby on her lap. The women are...
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L.C. and Daisy Bates Watching Television

Date: September 1957
Description: L.C. and Daisy Bates watching television with Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus on the screen.
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Women Posing in Stream

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Description: Group of women in comical poses pulling up their skirts while standing in a stream. One woman stands on the river bank on the right. Behind them is a hill...
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Women in the Rain

Date: 1900
Description: Three women in hats and long skirts walk with umbrellas in the rain.
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Female Factory Workers at McCormick Twine Mill

Date: June 07 1912
Description: Women working in the twine mill at International Harvester's McCormick Works. In the foreground in front of the machinery are fifty pound bags of manila, a...
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Children Working in School Garden

Date: 1916
Description: Large group of students and teachers working in the Tyler School Gardens. The director of the school (or gardens?) was E.M. Bardwell.
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Kiss for a Soldier

Date: August 25 1944
Description: An American soldier receives a kiss in gratitude for the liberation of Paris during World War II.
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Two Girls Comparing Charm Bracelets

Date: March 15 1946
Description: Two views of two girls comparing charm bracelets.
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Library School Students and Staff

Date: April 16 1945
Description: Group portrait of University of Wisconsin-Madison Library School students and staff taken in front of their classroom building, 811 State Street. The man o...
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Prescription Pharmacy

Date: August 01 1944
Description: Interior of Prescription Pharmacy at 20 Carroll Street.
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Edgewood High School Committee Meeting

Date: February 24 1944
Description: Four girls sitting in the parlor of Marshall Hall at Edgewood High School, 1000 Edgewood Avenue, for a committee meeting.
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First National Bank Mail Room

Date: November 08 1943
Description: Four messenger girls and a man in the First National Bank mail room.

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