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4

  1. 4-H clubs


A

  1. Abortion

  2. Accidents

  3. Accordion

  4. Actors

  5. Actresses

  6. Administrative agencies

  7. Adoption

  8. Advertising

  9. Aerial photographs

  10. Aeronautics, Military

  11. African Americans

  12. Africans

  13. Afternoon teas

  14. Aged

  15. Agricultural education

  16. Agricultural exhibitions

  17. Agricultural implements

  18. Agricultural laborers

  19. Agricultural machinery

  20. Agricultural machinery industry

  21. Agriculture

  22. Aids to navigation

  23. Air bases

  24. Air conditioning

  25. Air mail service

  26. Air pilots

  27. Air pilots, Military

  28. Air shows

  29. Aircraft accidents

  30. Aircraft industry

  31. Aircraft supplies industry

  32. Airplane engines

  33. Airplane racing

  34. Airplane, Military

  35. Airplanes

  36. Airports

  37. Airships

  38. Alaska

  39. Alcoholic beverages

  40. Alcoholism

  41. Alfalfa

  42. Algonquian Indians

  43. Aliens

  44. Alleys

  45. Alligators

  46. Altars

  47. Alumni and alumnae

  48. Ambassadors

  49. Ambulance service

  50. Ambulances

  51. Americana

  52. Amish

  53. Amusement parks

  54. Amusement rides

  55. Amusements

  56. Anarchists

  57. Angels

  58. Animal welfare

  59. Animals

  60. Anniversaries

  61. Antiquities

  62. Antislavery movements

  63. Apache Indians

  64. Apartment houses

  65. Apartments

  66. Apes

  67. Apostle Islands

  68. Aprons

  69. Aquatic animals

  70. Arabs

  71. Arawak Indians

  72. Arboretums

  73. Archaeological sites

  74. Archaeology

  75. Archery

  76. Arches

  77. Architects

  78. Architectural details

  79. Architectural models

  80. Architectural rendering

  81. Architecture

  82. Architecture, Classical

  83. Architecture, Domestic

  84. Archival materials

  85. Archivists

  86. Arikara (Sahnish) Indians

  87. Armed Forces

  88. Armories

  89. Art exhibitions

  90. Art festivals

  91. Art, Classical

  92. Artillery

  93. Artists

  94. Asian Americans

  95. Asians

  96. Assiniboine Indians

  97. Assistance in emergencies

  98. Associations, institutions, etc.

  99. Astronauts

  100. Astronomical instruments

  101. Astronomy

  102. Athletes

  103. Athletic clubs

  104. Athletic fields

  105. Attractions

  106. Auctions

  107. Audiences

  108. Auditoriums

  109. Authors

  110. Automobile breakdowns

  111. Automobile dealers

  112. Automobile driving

  113. Automobile industry and trade

  114. Automobile parking

  115. Automobile racing

  116. Automobile repair shops

  117. Automobile supplies industry

  118. Automobiles

  119. Automobiles, Racing

  120. Awards


B

  1. Baby carriages

  2. Badgers

  3. Badges

  4. Baked products

  5. Baked products industry

  6. Bakers and bakeries

  7. Baking

  8. Balconies

  9. Ballet

  10. Ballet dancers

  11. Ballroom dancing

  12. Ballrooms

  13. Bands (Music)

  14. Bandstands

  15. Banjo

  16. Bankers

  17. Banks and banking

  18. Banners

  19. Bannock Indians

  20. Banquets

  21. Baptism

  22. Baptist church buildings

  23. Barbers

  24. Barbershops

  25. Barges

  26. Barns

  27. Barracks

  28. Barrels

  29. Bars (Drinking establishments)

  30. Bartenders

  31. Baseball

  32. Basketball

  33. Bathing beaches

  34. Bathing beauties

  35. Bathing suits

  36. Bathrooms

  37. Battlefields

  38. Battles

  39. Bays

  40. Beacons

  41. Beards

  42. Bears

  43. Beauty contestants

  44. Beauty contests

  45. Beauty shops

  46. Beavers

  47. Bedrooms

  48. Bee culture

  49. Beer

  50. Bees

  51. Bells

  52. Berries

  53. Berry industry

  54. Beverage industry

  55. Bicycle racing

  56. Bicycles

  57. Billboards

  58. Bird's-eye views

  59. Birdhouses

  60. Birds

  61. Birthdays

  62. Blackfoot Indians

  63. Blacksmiths

  64. Blue collar workers

  65. Blueprints

  66. Boarding schools

  67. Boardinghouses

  68. Boatbuilding

  69. Boathouses

  70. Boats

  71. Boats and boating

  72. Bobcats

  73. Body marking

  74. Body piercing

  75. Boilers

  76. Bombings

  77. Books

  78. Bookstores

  79. Booms (Log transportation)

  80. Bottles

  81. Bowlers

  82. Bowling

  83. Bowling alleys

  84. Boxers (Sports)

  85. Boxing

  86. Bread

  87. Breweries

  88. Brewing industry

  89. Brick trade

  90. Bricklaying

  91. Brickmaking

  92. Brickwork

  93. Bridges

  94. Broadsides

  95. Brotherton Indians

  96. Buffaloes

  97. Building

  98. Building failures

  99. Building materials

  100. Building sites

  101. Building trades

  102. Building, Terra-cotta

  103. Buildings

  104. Bullfights

  105. Bulls

  106. Burial

  107. Burns and scalds

  108. Bus terminals

  109. Buses

  110. Business

  111. Business enterprises

  112. Businessmen

  113. Businesswomen

  114. Butchers

  115. Butter

  116. Butterflies


C

  1. Cabins

  2. Cable cars (Streetcars)

  3. Cafeterias

  4. Camels

  5. Cameras

  6. Camp Douglas (Wis.)

  7. Camp McCoy (Wis.)

  8. Camp sites, facilities, etc.

  9. Campfires

  10. Camping

  11. Camps

  12. Canals

  13. Candy

  14. Canoes and canoeing

  15. Capitol buildings

  16. Capitols

  17. Card games

  18. Cargo handling

  19. Cargo ships

  20. Carib Indians

  21. Caricatures and cartoons

  22. Carillons

  23. Carnival

  24. Carpenters

  25. Carpets

  26. Carriage and wagon making

  27. Carriages and carts

  28. Cartoonists

  29. Carving (Decorative arts)

  30. Catholic Church

  31. Catholic church buildings

  32. Cats

  33. Cattle

  34. Cattle trade

  35. Cavalry

  36. Caves

  37. Cayuse Indians

  38. Ceilings

  39. Celebrities

  40. Cement industries

  41. Cemeteries

  42. Central business districts

  43. Ceramic industries

  44. Certificates

  45. Chairs

  46. Chandeliers

  47. Charcoal industry

  48. Charities

  49. Chautauquas

  50. Cheerleading

  51. Cheese

  52. Cheesemaking

  53. Chefs

  54. Cherokee Indians

  55. Cheyenne Indians

  56. Chickahominy Indians

  57. Chickens

  58. Child labor

  59. Children

  60. Children and adults

  61. Children and animals

  62. Children with disabilities

  63. Chimneys

  64. Choctaw Indians

  65. Christmas

  66. Church buildings

  67. Church membership

  68. Cigarettes

  69. Cigars

  70. Circus

  71. Circus animals

  72. Circus performers

  73. Circus wagons

  74. Circus workers

  75. Cities and towns

  76. City halls

  77. City traffic

  78. Civil War, 1861-1865

  79. Civil defense

  80. Civil disobedience

  81. Civil rights

  82. Civil service

  83. Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)

  84. Clamming

  85. Class reunions

  86. Classes (Groups of students)

  87. Classroom environment

  88. Cleaning

  89. Clearing of land

  90. Clergy

  91. Clerks

  92. Clock towers

  93. Clocks and watches

  94. Clothing

  95. Clothing and dress

  96. Clothing factories

  97. Clothing trade

  98. Clowns

  99. Clubs

  100. Coaches (Athletics)

  101. Coasts

  102. Coats

  103. Coffee

  104. Coffins

  105. Collectibles

  106. College buildings

  107. College students

  108. College teachers

  109. Columns

  110. Comanche Indians

  111. Combat

  112. Comedians

  113. Comedies

  114. Command of troops

  115. Commencement ceremonies

  116. Commercial buildings

  117. Commercial strips

  118. Committees

  119. Communion

  120. Communism

  121. Computers

  122. Concentration Camps

  123. Conservation

  124. Conservation and restoration

  125. Construction equipment

  126. Construction workers

  127. Consumer cooperatives

  128. Container industry

  129. Contests

  130. Conveying machinery

  131. Cookery

  132. Cooks

  133. Cooperative societies

  134. Corn

  135. Cosmetics

  136. Costume

  137. Cottages

  138. Cotton

  139. Counselors

  140. Country clubs

  141. Couples

  142. Courthouses

  143. Courts

  144. Covered bridges

  145. Cowboys

  146. Cows and Cattle

  147. Coyotes

  148. Cranberries

  149. Cranberry industry

  150. Cranes, derricks, etc.

  151. Cream

  152. Credit unions

  1. Creek Indians

  2. Crime

  3. Criminals

  4. Croplands

  5. Croquet

  6. Cross dressing

  7. Crow Indians

  8. Crowds

  9. Cruise ships

  10. Curling

  11. Cutover lands

  12. Cycling


D

  1. Dairy cattle

  2. Dairy products

  3. Dairy products industry

  4. Dairying

  5. Dakota Indians

  6. Dams

  7. Dance

  8. Dancers

  9. Darts (Game)

  10. Day care centers

  11. Dead

  12. Debates and debating

  13. Decoration and ornament

  14. Decorative arts

  15. Deer

  16. Deer hunting

  17. Deforestation

  18. Delivery of goods

  19. Democratic Party (U.S.)

  20. Demonstrations

  21. Dentistry

  22. Dentists

  23. Department stores

  24. Deserts

  25. Design and construction

  26. Deterioration

  27. Dining rooms

  28. Dinners and dining

  29. Disaster relief

  30. Display of merchandise

  31. Diving

  32. Documents

  33. Dog shows

  34. Dog teams

  35. Dogs

  36. Dogsledding

  37. Dolls

  38. Domestic animals

  39. Donkeys

  40. Doors

  41. Dormitories

  42. Draft

  43. Draperies

  44. Drawbridges

  45. Drawing

  46. Dredges

  47. Dredging

  48. Dresses

  49. Dressing rooms (Performing arts)

  50. Dressmaking

  51. Drinking of alcoholic beverages

  52. Drug abuse

  53. Drugstores

  54. Dry cleaning industry

  55. Ducks

  56. Dwarfs

  57. Dwellings


E

  1. Early childhood education

  2. Earthquakes

  3. East Indians

  4. Economics

  5. Editors

  6. Education

  7. Eggs

  8. Elections

  9. Electric Guitars

  10. Electric apparatus and appliances

  11. Electric batteries

  12. Electric power

  13. Electric signs

  14. Electricians

  15. Elephants

  16. Elevators

  17. Elk

  18. Embarrassments

  19. Emigration and immigration

  20. Employees

  21. Employment

  22. Employment agencies

  23. Engineering

  24. Engineers

  25. Engines

  26. Engraving

  27. Entertainers

  28. Entertainers

  29. Entrance halls

  30. Environmental protection

  31. Ephemera

  32. Equipment and supplies

  33. Erosion

  34. Eskimo Indians

  35. Ethnic architecture

  36. Europeans

  37. Excursion boats

  38. Executives

  39. Exercise

  40. Exhibitions

  41. Exploration

  42. Explorers

  43. Explosions

  44. Express highways

  45. Eyeglasses


F

  1. Facades

  2. Factories

  3. Faculty

  4. Fairs

  5. Family

  6. Farm buildings

  7. Farm produce

  8. Farmers

  9. Farmhouses

  10. Farmlife

  11. Farms

  12. Fashion

  13. Fathers

  14. Female impersonators

  15. Fences

  16. Ferries

  17. Festivals

  18. Field crops

  19. Fields (Agriculture)

  20. Film posters

  21. Filmstrip

  22. Finance

  23. Fire engines

  24. Fire escapes

  25. Fire extinction

  26. Fire fighters

  27. Fire stations

  28. Firearms

  29. Fireplaces

  30. Fires

  31. First aid in illness and injury

  32. Fish as food

  33. Fish hatcheries

  34. Fish trade

  35. Fishes

  36. Fishing

  37. Fishing Huts

  38. Flags

  39. Fleur-de-lis

  40. Flies

  41. Floods

  42. Floor coverings

  43. Floors

  44. Flour mills

  45. Flower arrangement

  46. Flowers

  47. Foliage

  48. Folk art

  49. Folk dancing

  50. Folklore

  51. Folklorists

  52. Food

  53. Food industry and trade

  54. Food service

  55. Food service employees

  56. Football

  57. Foreign Languages

  58. Forest conservation

  59. Forest fires

  60. Forest products industry

  61. Forests and forestry

  62. Fork lift trucks

  63. Formal groups

  64. Formations (Geology)

  65. Fortification

  66. Fountains

  67. Fourth of July

  68. Fox Indians

  69. Fox hunting

  70. Foxes

  71. Fraternal organizations

  72. Freight and freightage

  73. Frogs

  74. Fruit

  75. Fuel trade

  76. Fuelwood

  77. Fund raising

  78. Funeral homes

  79. Funeral rites and ceremonies

  80. Fur farming

  81. Fur trade

  82. Furniture

  83. Furniture industry and trade

  84. Furs


G

  1. Galleries (Architecture)

  2. Gambling

  3. Game and game-birds

  4. Game bird hunting

  5. Games

  6. Garages

  7. Gardens

  8. Gasoline industry

  9. Gay liberation movement

  10. Gay men

  11. Gay rights

  12. General stores

  13. Geology

  14. Germans

  15. Gift wraps

  16. Gilding

  17. Glass painting and staining

  18. Glassware industry

  19. Goats

  20. Gold mines and mining

  21. Golf

  22. Governors

  23. Governors' spouses

  24. Graffiti

  25. Grain elevators

  26. Grand Army of the Republic

  27. Graphic arts

  28. Graves

  29. Great Lakes

  30. Great Plains

  31. Greek letter societies

  32. Green Bay Packers (Football team)

  33. Greenhouses

  34. Greeting cards

  35. Grist mills

  36. Grocery trade

  37. Gros Ventres Indians

  38. Guard fences

  39. Guitars

  40. Gymnastics


H

  1. Hairstyles

  2. Halloween

  3. Halloween costumes

  4. Hammers

  5. Hammocks

  6. Handbags

  7. Handicraft

  8. Handicrafts

  9. Handshaking

  10. Hanukkah

  11. Harbors

  12. Hardware stores

  13. Harvesting

  14. Hats

  15. Havasupai Indians

  16. Hay

  17. Headquarters, Military

  18. Health

  19. Health facilities

  20. Heating and ventilation industry

  21. Helicopters

  22. Hemp

  23. Hemp Industry

  24. Hidatsa (Minitari) Indians

  25. High schools

  26. Hiking

  27. Hills

  28. Hispanic Americans

  29. Historic sites

  30. Hmong Americans

  31. Ho Chunk Indians

  32. Hobbies

  33. Hockey

  34. Holidays

  35. Holocaust survivors

  36. Home

  37. Homeless Persons

  38. Homelessness

  39. Hopi Indians

  40. Hops

  41. Horse racing

  42. Horse shows

  43. Horse-drawn vehicles

  44. Horseback riding

  45. Horsemanship

  46. Horses

  47. Horticultural exhibitions

  48. Hospitals

  49. Hotels

  50. House construction

  51. Houseboats

  52. Household appliances

  53. Household employees

  54. Household furnishings

  55. Housekeeping

  56. Housing

  57. Housing, Cooperative

  58. Hungarians

  59. Hunting

  60. Hunting lodges

  61. Hygiene products


I

  1. Ice

  2. Ice industry

  3. Ice-boats

  4. Iceboating

  5. Identification

  6. Immigrants

  7. Implements, utensils, etc.

  8. Indian baskets

  9. Indian beadwork

  10. Indian cowboys

  11. Indian dance

  12. Indian ledger drawings

  13. Indian pottery

  14. Indian reservations

  15. Indoor games

  16. Indoor photography

  17. Industrial buildings

  18. Industrial safety

  19. Infant carriers

  20. Infants

  21. Information services

  22. Injuries

  23. Inland water transportation

  24. Insects

  25. Insignia

  26. Institutional care

  27. Instruction and study

  28. Insurance

  29. Interior architecture

  30. Interior decoration

  31. International relations

  32. Interviewing

  33. Inventions

  34. Inventors

  35. Iowa

  36. Iowa Indians

  37. Irish

  38. Iroquois Indians

  39. Irrigation

  40. Islands

  41. Italian Americans


J

  1. Jails

  2. Janitors

  3. Jewelry

  4. Jewelry making

  5. Jews

  6. Jicarilla Indians

  7. Journalism

  8. Journalists

  9. Judaism

  10. Judges

  11. Juggling


K

  1. Kainai (Blood) Indians

  2. Kansa Indians

  3. Kindergartens

  4. Kiowa Indians

  5. Kitchens

  6. Korean War, 1950-1953


L

  1. Labor unions

  2. Laboratories

  3. Lac du Flambeau

  4. Ladders

  5. Laity

  6. Lakes

  7. Lampposts

  8. Land

  9. Land companies

  10. Land use, Rural

  11. Land use, Urban

  12. Landforms

  13. Landscape

  14. Landscape architects

  15. Landscape architecture

  16. Languages

  17. Latin Americans

  18. Laundries (rooms and spaces)

  19. Law enforcement

  20. Lawns

  21. Lawyers

  22. Lead mines and mining

  23. League of Women Voters of Wisconsin

  24. Leather

  25. Leather industry and trade

  26. Lectures and lecturing

  27. Legal aid

  28. Legislation

  29. Legislators

  30. Lepidoptera

  31. Lesbians

  32. Letter carriers

  33. Letters

  34. Librarians

  1. Libraries

  2. Library buildings

  3. Lifeguards

  4. Lifesaving

  5. Lighthouses

  6. Lighting

  7. Lighting, Architectural and decorative

  8. Lions

  9. Liquor industry

  10. Liquor stores

  11. Literature

  12. Livestock

  13. Living rooms

  14. Loading docks

  15. Lobby cards

  16. Locks (Hydraulic engineering)

  17. Locks and keys

  18. Locomotives

  19. Log cabins

  20. Log driving

  21. Log transportation

  22. Logging

  23. Logging railroads

  24. Logrolling (Aquatic sports)

  25. Lotteries

  26. Love letters

  27. Lumber

  28. Lumber camps

  29. Lumber trade

  30. Lumberjacks

  31. Lumbermen (Recreation)

  32. Luncheons

  33. Lutheran churches


M

  1. Machine shops

  2. Machinery

  3. Machinery industry

  4. Madeline Island (Wis.)

  5. Magic

  6. Magicians

  7. Maids

  8. Maintenance and repair

  9. Male actors

  10. Mammals

  11. Mandan Indians

  12. Mannequins

  13. Mansions

  14. Manual work

  15. Maple syrup industry

  16. Maps

  17. Marble veneers

  18. Marching

  19. Marching bands

  20. Marching drills

  21. Marine accidents

  22. Marines

  23. Marionettes

  24. Marketing

  25. Markets

  26. Marquees

  27. Marriage service

  28. Marshes

  29. Mascots

  30. Masquerades

  31. Mayors

  32. Maypoles

  33. McCormick family

  34. McCormick, Cyrus Hall, 1809-1884

  35. Meat

  36. Meat industry

  37. Mechanics

  38. Medals

  39. Medical equipment & supplies

  40. Medical offices

  41. Medicine

  42. Medicine shows

  43. Meetings

  44. Men

  45. Menominee Indians

  46. Metal industry

  47. Metal trade

  48. Metal-work

  49. Meteorological instruments

  50. Meteorology

  51. Methodist churches

  52. Mezzanines

  53. Miami Indians

  54. Michigan, Lake

  55. Microphones

  56. Microscopes

  57. Midwifery

  58. Migrant labor

  59. Migrants

  60. Military bases

  61. Military cadets

  62. Military camps

  63. Military decorations

  64. Military discharge

  65. Military funerals

  66. Military hospitals

  67. Military parades & ceremonies

  68. Military prisons

  69. Military training camps

  70. Military uniforms

  71. Milk

  72. Milk trade

  73. Mines and mineral resources

  74. Mining engineering

  75. Minnesota

  76. Minstrel shows

  77. Minstrels

  78. Missionaries

  79. Missions

  80. Mississippi River

  81. Missouri Indians

  82. Miwok Indians

  83. Mobile homes

  84. Model railroads

  85. Models

  86. Models and modelmaking

  87. Modern dance

  88. Modoc Indians

  89. Mohawk Indians

  90. Mohegan Indians

  91. Monasticism and religious orders

  92. Money

  93. Monkeys

  94. Monuments

  95. Mortgages

  96. Mosaics

  97. Mosquitoes

  98. Motels

  99. Mothers

  100. Motion picture cameras

  101. Motion picture industry

  102. Motion picture plays

  103. Motion picture producers and directors

  104. Motion picture theaters

  105. Motion pictures

  106. Motorboats

  107. Motorcycle racing

  108. Motorcycles

  109. Mounds

  110. Mountains

  111. Moustache

  112. Mouth organs

  113. Moving, Household

  114. Mules

  115. Municipal services

  116. Murals

  117. Murder

  118. Museums

  119. Mushrooms

  120. Music

  121. Music instruction and study

  122. Music stores

  123. Musical groups

  124. Musical instruments

  125. Musical notation

  126. Musical revue

  127. Musicians


N

  1. Narcotics

  2. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

  3. National cemeteries

  4. National socialism

  5. Naturalization

  6. Navajo Indians

  7. Naval art and science

  8. Naval history

  9. Neckties

  10. Needlework

  11. Neighborhoods

  12. Neon lighting

  13. Newspaper carriers

  14. Newspapers

  15. Nez Perce Indians

  16. Niagara Falls (N.Y. and Ont.)

  17. Nightclubs

  18. Nobility

  19. Northeastern States

  20. Northwest, Pacific

  21. Nudes

  22. Nudity

  23. Nuns

  24. Nurseries (Horticulture)

  25. Nursery rhymes

  26. Nurses

  27. Nutrition

  28. Nuts


O

  1. Oaths

  2. Oats

  3. Observatories

  4. Occultism

  5. Occupational training

  6. Ocean

  7. Odanah

  8. Off-reservation boarding schools

  9. Office equipment and supplies

  10. Officers

  11. Offices

  12. Oil wells

  13. Ojibwa Indians

  14. Old age homes

  15. Older people

  16. One-room schools

  17. Oneida Indians

  18. Oneota Indians (Great Plains)

  19. Operas & operettas

  20. Operating rooms

  21. Optical industry

  22. Opticians

  23. Oranges

  24. Orchards

  25. Orchestras

  26. Ordnance

  27. Organ (Musical instrument)

  28. Organizations

  29. Osage Indians

  30. Oto Indians

  31. Ottawa Indians

  32. Outdoor furniture

  33. Outdoor life

  34. Outdoor photography

  35. Outdoor recreation

  36. Outer space

  37. Outhouses

  38. Oxen


P

  1. Pacific Islanders

  2. Package goods industry

  3. Paddle steamers

  4. Pageants

  5. Paint industry and trade

  6. Painters

  7. Painting

  8. Paiute Indians

  9. Pantomime

  10. Pantries

  11. Paper mills

  12. Paper products

  13. Parades

  14. Parking facilities

  15. Parks

  16. Parlors

  17. Parsonages

  18. Parties

  19. Parts

  20. Pastures

  21. Patent medicines

  22. Patients

  23. Patriotism

  24. Pavilions

  25. Pawnee Indians

  26. Paydays

  27. Peddlers

  28. Pedestrians

  29. Pediatrics

  30. Pend d'Oreilles (Kalispell) Indians

  31. Peninsulas

  32. Pensions

  33. People with disabilities

  34. Performing arts

  35. Periodic health examinations

  36. Periodicals

  37. Persian Gulf War, 1991

  38. Persians

  39. Persons with disablilites

  40. Pest control

  41. Petroleum chemicals industry

  42. Petroleum industry and trade

  43. Pets

  44. Pharmaceutical industry

  45. Pharmacists

  46. Philosophy

  47. Photographers

  48. Photography

  49. Physicians

  50. Piano

  51. Picketing

  52. Picnicking

  53. Piegan Indians

  54. Piers

  55. Pima Indians

  56. Pinball machines

  57. Pioneers

  58. Planning

  59. Plantations

  60. Planting (Plant culture)

  61. Plants

  62. Plaques, plaquettes

  63. Plasterwork-decorative

  64. Play

  65. Playgrounds

  66. Playrooms

  67. Plazas

  68. Plowing

  69. Plumbers

  70. Plumbing fixtures

  71. Poetry

  72. Poles

  73. Police

  74. Polish Americans

  75. Political campaigns

  76. Political conventions

  77. Political leadership

  78. Political parties

  79. Political posters

  80. Politicians

  81. Politicians' spouses

  82. Politics, Practical

  83. Ponca Indians

  84. Ponds

  85. Pool (Game)

  86. Poor children

  87. Porches

  88. Portrait photography

  89. Portraits

  90. Portraits, Group

  91. Postal service

  92. Posters

  93. Potawatomi Indians

  94. Pottery

  95. Pottery industry

  96. Poultry

  97. Poultry industry

  98. Poverty

  99. Powhatan Indians

  100. Practical jokes

  101. Prairies

  102. Presbyterian churches

  103. Presidents

  104. Presidents' spouses

  105. Prevention

  106. Priests

  107. Printing industry

  108. Prints

  109. Prisoners

  110. Prisoners of War

  111. Prisons

  112. Progressive Party (1912)

  113. Progressive Party (Founded 1934)

  114. Progressive Party (U.S. : 1948)

  115. Progressivism (United States politics)

  116. Prohibition

  117. Propaganda

  118. Protective clothing

  119. Psychiatric hospitals

  120. Psychologists

  121. Public buildings

  122. Public health

  123. Public officers

  124. Public service employment

  125. Public speaking

  126. Public utilities

  127. Public welfare

  128. Publicity

  129. Publishers and publishing

  130. Pueblo Indians

  131. Pulp mills

  132. Pumping machinery

  133. Pumpkin

  134. Puppets


Q

  1. Quacks and quackery

  2. Quarries and quarrying

  3. Quilts


R

  1. Rabbis

  2. Rabbits

  3. Race relations

  4. Radiators

  5. Radio

  6. Radio broadcasting

  7. Radios-receivers and reception

  8. Railroad accidents

  9. Railroad bridges

  10. Railroad cars

  11. Railroad crossings

  12. Railroad employees

  13. Railroad passenger cars

  14. Railroad stations

  15. Railroad tracks

  16. Railroad trains

  17. Railroad tunnels

  18. Railroad yards

  19. Railroads

  20. Railroads, Elevated

  21. Rain

  22. Rats

  23. Reading

  24. Real estate business

  25. Real estate development

  26. Recruiting and enlistment

  27. Red Cross

  28. Refrigeration and refrigerating machinery

  1. Refugees

  2. Refuse and refuse disposal

  3. Refuse collection vehicles

  4. Rehabilitation

  5. Relaxation

  6. Religion

  7. Religious articles

  8. Religious education

  9. Religious rites

  10. Repair and reconstruction

  11. Reporters and reporting

  12. Republican Party (U.S. : 1792-1828)

  13. Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )

  14. Research

  15. Reservoirs

  16. Resorts

  17. Restaurants

  18. Retirement

  19. Reunions

  20. Revolution, 1775-1783

  21. Riots

  22. Rites and ceremonies

  23. Rivers

  24. Road construction industry

  25. Road construction workers

  26. Roads

  27. Rockets (Aeronautics)

  28. Rodeos

  29. Roundhouses (Railroads)

  30. Rowing

  31. Rural areas


S

  1. Sacred sites

  2. Safety education

  3. Sailing

  4. Sailing ships

  5. Sailors

  6. Sales meetings

  7. Sales personnel

  8. Sales promotion

  9. Salish Indians

  10. Salt mines and mining

  11. Salvation Army

  12. Sanitation

  13. Santa Claus

  14. Sauk Indians

  15. Sawmills

  16. Saws

  17. Scales (Weighing instruments)

  18. Scandinavians

  19. School administrators

  20. School buildings

  21. School children

  22. School gardens

  23. School principals

  24. Schools

  25. Science

  26. Scientists

  27. Scouts and scouting

  28. Screwdrivers

  29. Scuba diving

  30. Sculptors

  31. Sculpture

  32. Seafood

  33. Seals (Animals)

  34. Seals (Numismatics)

  35. Seashore

  36. Seating (Furniture)

  37. Secondhand trade

  38. Secretaries

  39. Seed industry and trade

  40. Selling

  41. Seminole Indians

  42. Seneca Indians

  43. Sentimentalism

  44. Sepulchral monuments

  45. Service stations

  46. Sewing

  47. Sewing Machines

  48. Sex in motion pictures

  49. Shahaptian Indians

  50. Shawnee Indians

  51. Sheep

  52. Shellfish gathering

  53. Shells

  54. Shepherds

  55. Sheriffs

  56. Shipbuilding

  57. Shipping

  58. Ships

  59. Shoe stores

  60. Shoemakers

  61. Shoes

  62. Shooting

  63. Shopping

  64. Shopping malls

  65. Shorelines

  66. Shoshone (Snake) Indians

  67. Shovels

  68. Show windows

  69. Shrubs

  70. Sidewalks

  71. Signs and signboards

  72. Signs and symbols

  73. Silent films

  74. Silos

  75. Singers

  76. Singing

  77. Sinkiuse-Columbia Indians

  78. Sioux Indians

  79. Skating

  80. Skis and skiing

  81. Sky

  82. Skylights

  83. Skyscrapers

  84. Slaughtering and slaughter-houses

  85. Slavery

  86. Slavs

  87. Sledding

  88. Sleds

  89. Sleighs

  90. Slums

  91. Smoking

  92. Snakes

  93. Snorkeling

  94. Snow

  95. Snow removal

  96. Snowmobiles

  97. Snowmobiling

  98. Snowplows

  99. Social conditions

  100. Social life and customs

  101. Social problems

  102. Socialist Labor Party

  103. Socialist Party (U.S.)

  104. Socialist Workers Party

  105. Societies, etc

  106. Sod houses

  107. Soda fountains

  108. Softball

  109. Soldiers

  110. Sound recordings

  111. Sound systems

  112. Southern States

  113. Southwest, New

  114. Souvenirs (Keepsakes)

  115. Spanish-American War, 1898

  116. Special days

  117. Spiders

  118. Spinning-wheel

  119. Spirit Rock

  120. Spiritualism

  121. Sporting goods

  122. Sports

  123. Sports facilities

  124. Sports spectators

  125. Sports teams

  126. Spouses

  127. Springs

  128. Square dancing

  129. Squirrels

  130. St. Croix River (Wis. and Minn.)

  131. Stables

  132. Stadiums

  133. Stage lighting

  134. Stage machinery

  135. Stage-settings and scenery

  136. Stagecoaches

  137. Stages (Platforms)

  138. Stairs

  139. State parks and reserves

  140. Steam shovels

  141. Steamboats

  142. Stockbridge Indians

  143. Stone buildings

  144. Stone industry and trade

  145. Stone veneers

  146. Stone walls

  147. Storage facilities

  148. Storage tanks

  149. Storefronts

  150. Stores, Retail

  151. Storms

  152. Streams

  153. Street cleaning

  154. Street musicians

  155. Street signs

  156. Street vendors

  157. Street-railroads

  158. Streetcars

  159. Streets

  160. Strikes and lockouts

  161. Student activities

  162. Student housing

  163. Student unions

  164. Students

  165. Studios and dark rooms

  166. Suburbs

  167. Subways

  168. Suffrage

  169. Sugar

  170. Suits (Clothing)

  171. Sunday schools

  172. Sunglasses

  173. Superior, Lake

  174. Superstition

  175. Surgery

  176. Surveying

  177. Swastikas

  178. Sweatbaths

  179. Swimming

  180. Swine

  181. Swings

  182. Swiss


T

  1. Table tennis or ping pong

  2. Tableaux

  3. Tableware

  4. Tailors

  5. Tall buildings

  6. Tall tales in art

  7. Tanks (Military science)

  8. Tarahumara Indians

  9. Taverns (Inns)

  10. Taxicabs

  11. Taxidermy

  12. Tea

  13. Teachers

  14. Teenagers

  15. Telecommunication

  16. Telecommunication systems

  17. Telegraph

  18. Telephone

  19. Telephone companies

  20. Television

  21. Television broadcasting

  22. Temperance

  23. Temples

  24. Tennis

  25. Tents

  26. Textile crafts

  27. Textile goods

  28. Textile industry

  29. Thanksgiving

  30. Theater curtains

  31. Theater staff

  32. Theaters

  33. Theft

  34. Therapists

  35. Therapy

  36. Threshing

  37. Ticket offices

  38. Tile industry

  39. Timucua Indians

  40. Tipis

  41. Tire industry

  42. Toasts

  43. Tobacco

  44. Tohono O'odham Indians

  45. Tools

  46. Tornadoes

  47. Tourism

  48. Towboats

  49. Toys

  50. Track and field

  51. Tractors

  52. Traditionalist Anglican churches

  53. Traffic accidents

  54. Traffic signs and signals

  55. Trailers

  56. Trails

  57. Tramps

  58. Transmitter-Receivers

  59. Transportation

  60. Transportation, Military

  61. Travel

  62. Trees

  63. Tricycles

  64. Trophies

  65. Truck drivers

  66. Trucks

  67. Tugboats

  68. Tunnels

  69. Turpentine industry and trade

  70. Turtles

  71. Twins

  72. Typewriters


U

  1. Umbrellas

  2. Unbuilt architectural projects

  3. Undertakers and undertaking

  4. Underwater exploration

  5. Underwear

  6. Unemployment

  7. Uniforms

  8. Unions (labor)

  9. United States. Air Force

  10. United States. Works Progress Administration

  11. United States. Works Projects Administration

  12. United States. Army. Reserve Officers' Training Corps

  13. United States. Life-Saving Service

  14. United States. Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps

  15. Universities and colleges

  16. University of Wisconsin

  17. Ute Indians


V

  1. Vacation homes

  2. Valentines

  3. Valleys

  4. Variety stores

  5. Vaudeville

  6. Vegetables

  7. Vending machines

  8. Ventriloquists

  9. Veterans

  10. Veterans' hospitals

  11. Veterinary medicine

  12. Vietnam War, 1961-1975

  13. Violence

  14. Vocational education

  15. Volcanoes

  16. Volleyball

  17. Volunteers

  18. Voting

  19. Voyages and travels


W

  1. Wagons

  2. Waiters/Waitresses

  3. War

  4. War casualties

  5. War memorials

  6. War of 1812

  7. War posters

  8. War work

  9. Warehouses

  10. Warships

  11. Waste disposal sites

  12. Water

  13. Water skiing

  14. Water towers

  15. Water-power

  16. Water-supply

  17. Waterfalls

  18. Waterfalls

  19. Weapons

  20. Weather

  21. Weathering of buildings

  22. Wedding costume

  23. Weddings

  24. Welding

  25. Wells

  26. Wetlands

  27. Wheat

  28. Wheelchairs

  29. White collar workers

  30. Wichita Indians

  31. Wildlife conservation

  32. Windmills

  33. Windows

  34. Windstorms

  35. Winnebago Indians

  36. Winter sports

  37. Winter storms

  38. Wisconsin

  39. Wisconsin River (Wis.)

  40. Wisconsin State Capitol

  41. Wisconsin State Fair

  42. Wisconsin Supreme Court

  43. Wisconsin. National Guard

  44. Wolves

  45. Women

  46. Women soldiers

  47. Wood products

  48. Woodburning Stoves

  49. Woodlots

  50. Woodwork

  51. Work clothes

  52. World War, 1914-1918

  53. World War, 1939-1945

  54. Worship programs

  55. Wounds and injuries

  56. Wrecking

  57. Wrestling

  58. Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959

  59. Writing

  60. Wyandot Indians


Y

  1. Yards

  2. Young Men's Christian associations

  3. Young Women's Christian associations

  4. Youth


Z

  1. Zinc mines and mining

  2. Zodiac

  3. Zoos

  4. Zuni Indians


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