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Alfred Stanley Johnson, active in Waupun, Wisconsin from 1909-1935, is known for his highly-realistic, action-packed, black and white scenes which contrasted wild images with understated captions for a humorous effect.
F.D. Conard, of Garden City, Kansas, was known for his postcards of giant grasshoppers, inspired by a 1935 Kansas plague, and "Kansas varmint," the jackrabbit.
Milwaukee Art Museum, designed by Calatrava. this makes me pretty proud that I live in Milwaukee
Sky High by Phil~Koch, via Flickr
Roll Cloud Over Mead
Wisconsin America's Dairyland - Place I Love Print - White Background - 8x10 Illustrated Print
Impressive Photos of Natural Beauties - Wisconsin, USA.I want to go see this place one day. Please check out my website Thanks. www.photopix.co.nz
'Fences' in Wyoming - photo by Phil Koch, via Flickr; part of his Horizons series
Lil bit of 'Sconsin.
Wisconsin-Love, the cheese, crackers and beer but not the packers
Cheers, Wisconsin poster. 30. 10.5x14.