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  • Waterford Area Local History

    Western Racine County pioneer families began staking their claims in the Waterford area in the fall of 1836. The early years of settlement are documented here by a collection of historical artifacts digitized from a variety of formats including boo…

  • Camp Gallistella /Tent Colony Collection

    Located on Lake Mendota in Madison, Wisconsin, Camp Gallistella, also known as the Tent Colony, was a temporary summer home for up to as many as 300 graduate students and their families. The colony existed between 1912 and 1962 and provided family …

  • Multicultural Student Center Archive

    The Multicultural Student Center (MSC) was established in 1988 as a direct result of organizing efforts by students of color and their allies (See,  Holley Report). The MSC's first Home (1988-1998) was in the Memorial Union where it was strategical…

  • In Tune With Tradition : Wisconsin Folk Musical Instruments

    A collection of materials from field work conducted in 1989 that focused on two dozen Wisconsin folk musical instruments, their makers, and the represented ethnic and musical traditions (e.g., lumberjack, Woodland Indian, Norwegian, Puerto Rican, H…

  • Pharmaceutical Trade Catalog Collection

    The Pharmaceutical Trade Catalog Collection is one of the specialized holdings of the American Institute of the History of Pharmacy located at the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy. It is comprised of nearly 500 volumes dating from 1829 to 2000. Phar…

  • Wisconsin Public Land Survey Records : Original Field Notes and Plat Maps

    The field notes and plat maps of the public land survey of Wisconsin are a valuable resource for original land survey information, as well as for understanding Wisconsin's landscape history. The survey of Wisconsin was conducted between 1832 and 18…

  • Dominy Craftsmen Collection

    Three generations of the Dominy family of East Hampton, Suffolk County, Long Island, New York functioned as craftsmen from ca. 1760 to ca. 1850. Nathaniel Dominy IV (1737-1812) was a woodworker and metalworker producing tall case clocks, furniture,…

  • Leonard Finseth Collection

    Leonard Finseth was a Norwegian-American folk fiddler, farmer, and factory worker in Mondovi, Wisconsin. Born February 11, 1911 after his parents emigrated to the United States from Norway, Finseth's first musical training was from one of his two s…