Search the Wisconsin Historical Society's collections

Searching for

Refine by

Results 1-12 of 12

Photograph

Wright Airplane at Atlantic City

Date: July 1910
Description: A Wright airplane on the beach. Walter Brookins, who piloted the plane to a new altitude record, is thought to be the man in the hat near the center.
Print

Wisconsin Western Railroad Pass

Date: 1900
Description: Pass # 258 issued to General Manager Charles Lapham by the Wisconsin Western Railroad for the year 1900.
Photograph

Natesta Farmhouse

Date: July 15 1925
Description: Natesta farmhouse and cabin site in Clinton.
Photograph

School Building

Date: 1900
Description: Exterior view of a school building with a group of children and adults gathered in front.
Photograph

Cottage and Yard

Date: 
Description: Exterior of one-story building. One of the doorways has been boarded up.
Photograph

Aerial View of Isthmus

Date: 1946
Description: View towards southeast of the University of Wisconsin-Madison on isthmus. Lake Mendota is in the lower left corner, and Lake Monona is in the upper portion...
Photograph

Asa B. Griswold

Date: 
Description: Photographic calling card of Sergeant Major Asa B. Griswold, 2nd Wisconsin Infantry.
Photograph

General John H. King's Headquarters

Date: 1864
Description: General John H. King's headquarters while troops under his command occupied the site in 1864-1865. General King did not participate in the Battle of Lookou...
Photograph

Chapuis at the Water Hole

Date: October 28 1925
Description: Chapuis, Brad and De Prorok at the water hole in the Qued Tiramimin.
Photograph

Indian Settlement

Date: August 1915
Description: A view of an Indian settlement on Moose River near Namakan Lake.
Photograph

Stunt: Big Baby in the Baby Carriage

Date: 1918
Description: A man is dressed up as a big baby and is sitting in a wicker baby carriage. He is drinking from a glass bottle. A woman wearing round eyeglasses is standin...
Photograph

Many Flags Waving from a Moving Car

Date: 1918
Description: A driver and three or four passengers are in a moving car with the top down. Many American flags attached to the car are flying in the wind. The group may...

Have Questions?

If you didn't find the material you searched for, our Library Reference Staff can help.

Call our reference desk at 608-264-6535 or email us at: