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  • Wisconsin Cranberry School Proceedings

    The Wisconsin Cranberry School is the primary meeting for Wisconsin cranberry growers, whether members of a cooperative or independent growers. The school is sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Extension and the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growe…

  • Neenah Public Library Local History Collection

    Neenah, a city of 25,000, is a part of the Fox Cities and located in east-central Wisconsin, on the northwest shore of Lake Winnebago. Originally known as Winnebago Rapids, Neenah was incorporated as a village in 1856 and had a population of 1,296 …

  • Barron, Chippewa, Dunn, Eau Claire, Pepin, Rusk, and St. Croix Counties : Local History Collections

    This collection showcases selections from the local history collections of 14 West-Central and Northwestern Wisconsin public libraries. These libraries, and many other IFLS Library System member libraries, serve as repositories for important local …

  • Silver Buckle Press Collection

    Silver Buckle Press is a working museum of letterpress printing dedicated to preserving the craft of fine printing through educational programming, publications, exhibitions and tours. The Silver Buckle Press holdings of books, wood and metal type,…

  • German-American Correspondence Collection from the Max Kade Institute

    Over 40% of Wisconsinites claim German as their primary ancestry (nearly 70% in some communities) and much local history has been documented in the German language. Personal correspondence between German Americans and relatives in Europe, as well a…

  • Libraries and Schools in Marathon and Lincoln Counties

    About the Collection Libraries and Schools in Marathon and Lincoln Counties contains historic images representing several central Wisconsin schools and libraries in Marathon and Lincoln Counties. In this collection, you will find: Lincoln Coun…

  • Virginia M. Kline Collection : Ecological Communities of Wisconsin

    Dr. Virginia E. (March) Kline (1926-2003) was a plant ecologist with a thirst for knowledge about the natural world. She enthusiastically taught the wonders of nature and the science of ecology to students of all ages. In her role as the University…

  • The Southeast Asian images & Texts Project

    This digital collection brings together, in digital form, two categories of primary and secondary resources: research and teaching materials collected by University of Wisconsin faculty and staff; and unique or valuable items related to these field…