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  • U.S. Forest Products Lab Centennial Oral History Project

    Established in 1910 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service through the efforts of the newly appointed U.S. Forest Service Chief, Gifford Pinchot, his deputy Overton Price, and the chief of the Office of Wood Utilization, McGarvey Clin…

  • Mount Horeb Area History

    The Mount Horeb Area History Collection brings together a variety of resources depicting the early 20th century in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin. Resources include church histories, family memoirs, books about the historic Norway Building, and information…

  • Greetings from the Fatherland Postcards : German Picture Postcards and History

    These German picture postcards, dating from 1914 through 1945, represent a small portion of the Andrew Laurie Stangel Collection. The collection as a whole documents German history from the time of Bismarck through the end of World War II in books,…

  • Nimogram : Pakistani Archaeological Site Images

    The photographs in this collection are of an early Buddhist site, Nimogram, in the Swat District of Pakistan (map). Its artifacts belong to the Gandhāran School of Art. Coins of the Kus̥ān̥a and Kus̥ān̥a-Sassanian periods excavated from the site ar…

  • 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…

  • Carson Gulley Cookbook Collection

    Carson Gulley (1897-1962) gained such legendary status as a chef on the UW-Madison campus that both a building and a pie were named for him. Carson Gulley Commons, located at 1515 Tripp Circle, was named for the man who had served as head chef ther…

  • Images of Wat Tham Krabok Refugee Camp

    The Wat Tham Krabok refugee camp, located on the grounds of a similarly named Buddhist monastery, "Cave of the Teaching Monastery", about 81 miles north of Bangkok, the Thai capital, was the last Hmong refugee camp in Thailand.  Beginning in 2004, …

  • Wisconsin Philippines Image Collection

    A number of disparate primary sources were digitized to make up the Wisconsin Philippines Image Collection, which, along with the accompanying essay Orientalism of the Philippine Photograph: America Discovers the Philippine Islands provide a look i…