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Demolition of Mapleside

Date: 1970
Description: Historic home on University Avenue being demolished. The home was replaced by Burger King, a fast-food, drive-in restaurant.
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Weldering, Agricultural Short Course

Date: 1950
Description: Two students welding at the University of Wisconsin Agricultural Short Course.
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Tractor Driver

Date: 1950
Description: A farmer smiling as he takes the wheel of his tractor. Behind him is a barn and silos.
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Senator Kennedy Campaigning

Date: 1960
Description: Senator John F. Kennedy, Democratic presidential candidate, campaigning in Gays Mills during Wisconsin's primary.
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Mapleside

Date: 1970
Description: Mapleside, a historic home on University Avenue, being demolished. It is the future location of Burger King.
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Mapleside

Date: 1970
Description: Mapleside, a historic home on University Avenue, being demolished. It is the future location of Burger King.
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Mapleside

Date: 1970
Description: Mapleside, a historic home on University Avenue, being demolished. It is the future location of Burger King.
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Gaylord Nelson

Date: July 1976
Description: Informal portrait of Senator Gaylord Nelson.
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In La Follette's Shadow

Date: July 1972
Description: Congressman David R. Obey and Senator Gaylord Nelson posed talking in front of the statue of Robert M. La Follette, Sr. in the National Statuary Hall in th...
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Obey and Proxmire

Date: June 1970
Description: Congressman David R. Obey and Senator William Proxmire outside the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. The photograph was taken for use in the campaign li...
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Geraldine Ferraro on the Campaign Trail

Date: 1984
Description: Democratic vice-presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro greets supporters while campaigning. A little rain failed to dampen their enthusiasm for the first...
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Obey Family

Date: 1972
Description: David and Joan Obey shortly after the birth of their second son Douglas. Playing with Douglas is older brother Craig. This portrait was probably made for a...
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Democratic Phone Bank

Date: 1984
Description: Loyal Democrats sit at a table while calling to remind local residents of the upcoming Merrill rally, at which both Walter Mondale and Geraldine Ferraro ap...
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Obey with Factory Workers

Date: January 1969
Description: David R. Obey posing with factory workers at Wausau Paper Mill in Brokaw, WI, during his first campaign for Congress.
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Obey and Day

Date: January 1969
Description: Photo shoot of David R. Obey (right) during his first campaign for Congress with farmer-State Legislator Laurence Day.
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Obey House in Wausau

Date: January 1969
Description: The Obey family walking in the snow at their house located at 515 N. 9th Avenue in Wausau; a casual portrait taken for David Obey's first campaign for Cong...
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Obey and Farmers

Date: January 1969
Description: David R. Obey posed with dairy farmers as part of a photo shoot for his first campaign for Congress. The farmer in the center is Laurence Day, a farmer-Sta...
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Obey and Day on the Farm

Date: January 1969
Description: As part of a campaign photo shoot, Laurence Day gives candidate David R. Obey a tour of his dairying operation in Marathon County. Day was both a dairy far...
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Obey Photo Shoot

Date: January 1969
Description: A photo shoot for David R. Obey's first campaign for Congress picturing him as assistant majority leader with Majority Leader Bob Huber (partially obscured...
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Obey and Leadership

Date: July 1970
Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey (facing away from the camera) with Democratic leaders John McCormack and Carl Albert. The photograph was taken for a br...

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