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Got a Girl Crush On: Clara Mayer and Adline VanVlanderen of Cudahy, Wisconsin, pose in the 1940s and in 2003 Taking notes… (via Steel ...

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Turn-Of-The-Century Apostle Islands Photos Discovered At Estate Sale | Wisconsin Public Radio

Looking East on Wisconsin Ave., Riverside Theater left, Pabst bulding center, Gimbel's right. 1949

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Odd Wisconsin: Forty-niners had to be creative in the kitchen : Wsj

Beer growler rusher, Milwaukee, 1892. In Milwaukee, bucket boys or "kesseljunge" delivered growlers of beer from local taverns to nearby factories for workers to drink during breaks. Source: Milwaukee Public Library

Three young men put the finishing touches on a huge snowman, Kiel, Manitowoc County. Big Streets in a Little City: Kiel, Wisconsin, 1950-1959

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Cherokee Boy by Wisconsin Historical Images, via Flickr

Wisconsin Life: Buddy Holly by deanrobbins on SoundCloud

Observatory Hill toboggan run > tray sledding. Thanks to UW Archives for this #oldschool 1911 image #uwmadison #tbt #throwbackthursday #winter #Wisconsin #lake #ice

Jacob Mahloch 26th, Wisconsin

Christmas Tree in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin from 1899

Winter Festival football

Main Street and Two Gas Stations, Saint Croix Falls, Wisconsin

Hairstyles Through History Infographic | The Wisconsin Academy Peshtigo-wi

Papers-etc Betsy Thunder, HoChunk medicine woman, Wisconsin, 1913. From a wonderful book Women's Wisconsin, which talks about female farmers, chiefs, medicine women, etc. In the 1700s the primary chief was a woman, Hopoekaw, who guided the HoChunk through the French colonization of Wisconsin and the later American intrusion. American souces describe her as a "queen" or as a "distinguished" woman, "very ancient," and "invested with the supreme authority." Suppressed Histories Archives

Milwaukee banker John Johnston (seated right) with members of the Milwaukee Curling Club.