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Richard Nixon and the Honey Queen

Date: 1958
Description: Richard M. Nixon welcomed by Barbara Bird, Honey Queen, and Wisconsin Governor Vernon W. Thomson with cheese package at the Oshkosh Airport.
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White Bass Run

Date: 1942
Description: People fishing for bass off dock.
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Oshkosh Harbor

Date: 1855
Description: Quarter plate daguerreotype of the Oshkosh harbor, showing the bridge over the Fox River and several moored sailing vessels.
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Votes for Women

Date: July 04 1912
Description: Members of the Oshkosh Equal Suffrage League in their 4th of July float made up with a sail boat. Banners read "Votes for Women" and "We are Rudderless, We...
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A. Streich & Brothers Brewery Wagon

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Description: Side view of an Oshkosh Brewing Company wagon built by A. Streich & Brother Wagons.
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E.A. Horn's Drugstore

Date: 1888
Description: Three men stand under the iconic mortar and pestle and striped awnings of E.A. Horn's Drugstore.
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Meat Market with Steer Painted on Wall

Date: August 28 1966
Description: Kuebler Grocery Company, a meat market with a steer painted on its outside brick wall, on Main Street.
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Lee's Oshkosh Airplane

Date: 1932
Description: In order to undertake a trans-Atlantic flight to Norway, Clyde Allen Lee sought financial support from the local Oshkosh clothing company. Toward that end...
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Aerial View of EAA Convention

Date: 1988
Description: Aerial view of the 1988 EAA (Experimental Aviation Association) Convention and Fly-in at Wittman Field. On the ground is the Concorde and a B-1 Bomber.
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EAA Acrobatics

Date: 1986
Description: Aerial acrobatics at the Experimental Aviation Association (EAA) convention and fly-in at Oshkosh. The EAA encompasses all aspects of sport aviation includ...
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Oshkosh Airport

Date: January 1934
Description: An aerial view of the Oshkosh Airport about three years after Steve Wittman became the manager. The field was established in 1928 by Oshkosh Airport, Inc....
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EAA and Concorde

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Description: The supersonic Concorde frames "Fi-Fi," the only B-29 then still flying, at the Annual Convention and Fly-in of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA)...
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Streetcar Conductors

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Description: Streetcar conductors pose next to street car #109 on the Oshkosh/Omro line, with the H.C. Roenitz wholesale shoe and rubber company warehouse in the backgr...
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Acrobatic Airplanes

Date: August 1980
Description: Airplanes entered in the 10th World Acrobatics Championships at Wittman Field in Oshkosh. The planes in the foreground are those of the Australian and Cana...
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Wittman Field

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Description: Elevated view of Experimental Aviation Association (EAA) crowds at Wittman Field in Oshkosh during the mid 1980s. The control tower is in the background.
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EAA Acrobatics

Date: August 1983
Description: A performance by the Earl Cherry acrobatic team at the EAA Convention and Fly-in.
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EAA and Concorde

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Description: A Concorde begins its takeoff, like a giant bird over the crowd at the Experimental Aviation Association Fly-in.
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EAA Bombing Demonstration

Date: August 1983
Description: The crowd at the Experimental Aviation Association Fly-in enjoyed a demonstration of World War II bombing. Here two planes fly through the swirling black s...
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NASA Parasev

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Description: Astronaut Neil Armstrong (right), the first man to walk on the surface of the Moon, with Tom Poberezny, the son of EAA founder Paul Poberezny and the presi...
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Oshkosh, Wis. from H.L. Cottrill's Block

Date: 1850
Description: Bird's-eye view of business district of Oshkosh, "drawn after nature" by the artist.

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