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Freedom School Class

Date: 1964
Description: A group of African American students participating in a Freedom School class outdoors during Freedom Summer. The class, which was held on Tougaloo College...
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Photographers Learn How to Shoot a Crime Scene

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Description: Elevated view of photographers being instructed on how to shoot a crime scene. A teacher is demonstrating photographic techniques while a group of students...
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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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Carrie Lane

Date: 1883
Description: Quarter-length vignetted studio portrait of Carrie Lane Chapman Catt when she was still single and a teacher in Mason City, Iowa.
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Carrie Lane

Date: 1884
Description: Studio portrait of Carrie Lane Chapman Catt when she was single in Mason City, Iowa. She was first a teacher and then became Superintendent of Schools ther...
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Myles Horton

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Description: Three-quarter length portrait of Myles Horton.
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Myles Horton

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Description: Seated group observes Myles Horton making notes.
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Irene Larkin

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Description: Cased albumen print of Irene Larkin, a school teacher. Bust figure facing right, wearing a choker, necklace, and a cross at her lace collar. She has a bow...
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Ellen Lloyd Jones

Date: 1898
Description: Ellen Lloyd Jones (also known as Aunt Nell), co-founder of the Hillside Home School, an early progressive school in Wisconsin.
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Jane Lloyd Jones

Date: 1898
Description: Jane Lloyd Jones (also known as Aunt Jen), co-owner of the Hillside Home School, an early progressive school in Wisconsin.
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Edward Kremers Relaxes in the Park

Date: 1916
Description: Notable University of Wisconsin pharmacist Edward Kremers relaxes on a bench in a park near the time of the Wisconsin Pharmacy State Convention in 1916.
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Presentation of Portrait of Edward Kremers

Date: 1932
Description: View of a ceremony in which an oil portrait of University of Wisconsin pharmacist Edward Kremers was unveiled. Pictured are (right to left): Nellie Wakeman...
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Portrait of Edward Kremers

Date: 1932
Description: Oil portrait of University of Wisconsin pharmacist Edward Kremers by the artist Merton Grenhagen.
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Edward Kremers at University of Minnesota

Date: May 04 1938
Description: Pictured, left to right: (top row) Professor Gustav Bachman, Professor Earl B. Fischer, (bottom row) Dean Charles H. Rogers, Dr. Edward Kremers, Dr. Glenn...
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Inch School

Date: 1898
Description: Students and teachers pose in front of Inch School.
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Teacher and Students participating in World War II Scrap Drive

Date: 1942
Description: Eight North Bright School pupils and teacher filling International truck and trailer with scrap metal collected for salvage drive during Governor Julius P....
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Classroom

Date: October 06 1971
Description: Early childhood classroom in which two volunteer teachers are instructing children.
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Rural School Health Parade and Festival

Date: May 1928
Description: School children and teachers from Lemont township marching in a rural school festival parade. The children are dressed in white cloaks and hats bearing a m...
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Smokey Bear with Sign

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Description: Cut-out of Smokey Bear standing next to a sign that reads: "Mr. Sportsman..Thanks for helping prevent forest fires. Smokey."
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William Chandler Bagley

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Description: Quarter-length portrait of educator William Chandler Bagley.

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