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Crowd Watching Agricultural Extension Alfalfa Lecture

Date: 1913
Description: Farm children, families and other onlookers watch an alfalfa series lecture by J.H. Skinner of International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department....
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Rumely Tractor at Winnipeg Tractor Contest

Date: 1912
Description: Man pouring water into Rumely Oil Pull tractor during the Winnipeg Tractor Contest in Canada.
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Belle Case La Follette Speaking Outdoors

Date: 1915
Description: Belle Case La Follette, the wife of Robert M. La Follette, Sr., wearing a black dress and hat and speaking outdoors at an unidentified location.
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Elderly Native American Man

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Description: A portrait of an elderly Native American man identified only as "the oldest Indian, Solon Springs, Wisconsin." This image is part of an exhibit about Nati...
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Native American Game

Date: 1911
Description: Indians playing a game at Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin. "The man in the center is holding counting sticks. A constant drumming is kept up to make concentra...
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Grist Mill

Date: 1910
Description: Black and white postcard with text reading, "An Old Landmark, Cedarburg, Wis."
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Robert La Follette, Sr., at Maple Bluff Farm

Date: 1906
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., at Maple Bluff Farm with three of his children, Philip F. La Follette, Robert M. La Follette, Jr., and Mary, all of whom are dr...
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Robert M. La Follette, Sr., and Dr. Philip Fox

Date: 1909
Description: Senator Robert M. La Follette, Sr., at Maple Bluff Farm in 1909. Seated with him on the bench is Madison physician, Dr. Philip Fox, a close family friend,...
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. La Follette, Sr.

Date: 1907
Description: Belle Case La Follette and Senator Robert M. La Follette, Sr., at Maple Bluff Farm. They are photographed during a relaxed moment in the yard.
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La Follette Family Pleasure Cruise

Date: 1907
Description: The La Follette Family in a boat, probably on Lake Mendota, with Gilbert Roe, La Follette's law partner, and his wife. Senator Robert M. La Follette, Sr.,...
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Belle Case La Follette and Irvine Lenroot

Date: 1906
Description: Irvine Lenroot, a leader in the La Follette-Progressive wing of the Republican Party in Wisconsin, with Belle Case La Follette and Mary La Follette at Mapl...
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Belle Case La Follette on Horseback

Date: 1903
Description: Belle Case La Follette on horseback in front of the barn at the Wisconsin Executive Residence on Gilman Street. This snapshot was taken during the period t...
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La Follette Kills a Bear

Date: 1907
Description: Senator Robert M. La Follette Sr., (with rifle), Robert M. La Follette Jr., and guide Jake Borah with the bear shot by the senator.
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Mrs. La Follette and Alf Rogers

Date: 1907
Description: Belle Case La Follette and Alfred T. Rogers photographed in the garden at Maple Bluff Farm in 1907. During the previous year Rogers became a partner of La...
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Hopkins House

Date: July 21 1946
Description: The residence of Johns Hopkins, an artist from Whitehall.
Postcard

Hotel Badger

Date: 1905
Description: Elevated view of the Hotel Badger in Merrill. Horse-drawn vehicles are in the street.
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African American Road Crew

Date: August 1912
Description: Two African American men unloading the cement chute during paving of Janesville Plank Road.
Postcard

Warner Speedometer

Date: 1907
Description: Printed postcard distributed to automobile purchasers by the Warner Instrument Co. of Beloit, Wisconsin, founded by Arthur P. Warner, inventor of the magne...
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Hillside Pine

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Description: Large, snow-covered pine tree on Hillside Home School grounds.
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Pure Oil Company Service Sation

Date: 1937
Description: Exterior view of the Pure Oil Service Station at the corner of 4th and Cass taken prior to 1937 renovation.

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