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  • Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Programs

    Beginning in 1967, the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) Directory and Records Book was published annually in order to provide a written record of the individual and team accomplishments for those sports sponsored by the confere…

  • The Arnold Munkel Collection

    Arnold Munkel (1918-2003) was a mechanic and welder from Spring Grove, Minnesota. Beginning in the 1960s, and especially after his retirement, he devoted much of his time to documenting Norwegian-American folk and old-time music in southeast Minnes…

  • Max Kade Institute Collection

    The Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies is an interdisciplinary unit at the University of Wisconsin–Madison dedicated to researching, preserving, and sharing the stories of German-speaking immigrants and their descendants in the larger c…

  • World War I Collection

    This digital collection provides a sampling of UW-Madison's World War I Special Collection. The complete collection is available in the Special Collections Department of Memorial Library. Most of these materials were acquired by the University duri…

  • 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…

  • The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution

    The signing of the U.S. Constitution on 17 September 1787 was a milestone in creating a government for the recently independent United States. However, the act of signing itself did not create a government. Nor did it bring the new Constitution int…

  • Ainu Komonjo (18th & 19th century records) : Ohnuki Collection

    This collection of books represents the earliest depictions of the Ainu by the Japanese. They are primarily about the Sakhalin Ainu, since the books were acquired by Emiko Ohnuki-Tierney at the time she was studying them. The Ainu, who lived on Sak…

  • Wisconsin's Historic Natural Resources Photos

    These images represent the changing face of Wisconsin's natural resource agencies, their employees and customers, and the resources they preserve and protect. The photos span more than a century and were taken by photographers and other staff of th…