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Football game, ca. 1930-ca. 1949

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  • American Sacred Music

    American Sacred Music provides fulltext access to sacred music published in the United States, with a focus on publications from the Midwest. Dating from the 19th and early 20th centuries, these are primarily collections of hymns and anthems, with …

  • Joseph Philbrick Webster (ca. 1840s-1874)

    Joseph Philbrick Webster was born near Manchester, New Hampshire, on 18 February 1819. He was the son of Major John Webster, who fought in the Revolutionary War and died when Joseph was quite young. Webster showed musical talent at an early age an…

  • The Daily Cardinal

    The Daily Cardinal was founded by undergraduate students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison more than 120 years ago, with the first issue appearing April 4, 1892. "We believe the University is in need of a daily paper," explained the founding e…

  • Stereoviews of the French Second Empire, ca. 1855-1870

    From 1848-1870 the French government was headed by Louis Napoleon Bonaparte, first as President of the Republic and then as the Emperor Napoleon III. To the astonishment of many (and to the dismay of some) he succeeded in reestablishing the politic…

  • The William Hervie Dobson Collection

    The William Hervie Dobson collection presents images of the Yeungkong area in southern China, and its residents, as documented by Dr. Williams Hervie Dobson, pioneer missionary, doctor, and lifelong inhabitant of this area. William Hervie Dobson (1…

  • The William J. Meuer Photoart Collection

    The William J. Meuer Photoart Collection is an outstanding visual history of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and its surrounding community. The collection was compiled by renowned local photographer William J. Meuer who with his brother, Roman,…

  • Crandon Mine Reports

    The Crandon Mine Reports provide researchers access to information about the Crandon Mine permit process that occurred from between 1976, when the Exxon Coal and Minerals Company discovered a zinc-copper ore body located in northeastern Wisconsin n…

  • The Home Front : Manitowoc County in World War II

    This digital collection of photographic images, oral histories, published sources and documents, artifacts, and other resources helps to document and explain the history of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin during the period from 1939 to 1947—both the mo…