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Thwaites, Reuben Gold, 1853-1913 The story of Madison (1900)

Brasser, Dean Manitowoc County Historical Society: occupational monograph 40, 1980 series. The effects of World War II on Manitowoc: Occupational Monograph 40 (1980)

This manuscript, originally written as a research paper by a Manitowoc Lincoln High School student in 1970, was published by the Manitowoc County Historical Society as number 40 in its Occupational Monograph series in 1980. The paper discusses events and changes that occurred in Manitowoc during World War II and provides information about the city's wartime industries and economy, social conditions, and community development. It also lists Manitowoc County soldiers, sailors, and marines (but not airmen) who died during the war. Much of the information for this paper was derived from personal interviews with residents who held prominent positions in the community during the war years.

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) [Index to surnames in "The Sojourner"] ([date unknown])

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume I, Number I (April 1942)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume I, Number II (May 1942)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume I, Number III (June 1942)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume I, Number V (August 1942)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume I, Number VIII (November 1942)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume II, Number I (January 1943)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume II, Number II (February 1943)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume II, Number III (March 1943)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume II, Number 4 (April 1943)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume II, Number V (May 1943)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume II, Number VI (June 1943)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume II, Number VII (July 1943)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume II, Number VIII (August 1943)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume II, Number IX (September 1943)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume II, Number X (October 1943)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume II, Number XI (November 1943)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume II, Number XII (December 1943)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume III, Number I (January 1944)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume III, Number 2 (February 1944)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume III, Number 3 (March 1944)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume III, Number 4 (April 1944)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume III, Number 5 (May 1944)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume III, Number 6 (June 1944)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume III, Number 7 (July 1944)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume III, Number 8 (August 1944)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume III, Number 9 (September 1944)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume III, Number 10 (October 1944)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume III, Number 11 (November 1944)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume III, Number 12 (December 1944)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume IV, Number 1 (January 1945)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume IV, Number 2 (February 1945)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume IV, Number 3 (March 1945)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume IV, Number 4 (April 1945)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume IV, Number 5 (May 1945)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume IV, Number 6 (June 1945)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume IV, Numbers 7 and 8 (July and August 1945)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume IV, Number 9 (September 1945)

Civic Understudies (Group : Two Rivers, Wis.) The sojourner: Volume IV, Number 10 (December 1945)

Manitowoc County Historical Society Manitowoc submarines (1988)

Includes information about each of the twenty-eight submarines built in Manitowoc by the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company. "The information in this booklet was compiled from official Navy Documents, by the following members of the "U.S. Submarine Veterans of World War II," Manitowoc Chapter. Fred A. Galli, James Gogats, Gerald R. Pilger, Stephen Petreshock, Clifford H. Schaubs. First Printing 1968. Includes updating of data."

Manitowoc Maritime Museum Anchor news (July/August 1984)

Wisconsin Marine Historical Society Soundings (Fall 2004)

"A" award ceremony script : Lakeside Packing Company, Manitowoc, Wisconsin : broadcast over Station WOMT, August 14, 1944 (August 1944)

During World War II Lakeside Packing Company provided canned vegetables for the armed forces, delivering up to 60% of its 1942 and 1943 production to the Quartermaster Corps for shipment overseas. The company had plants in Manitowoc, Sheboygan, and Amery, Wisconsin and in Plainview, Minnesota. In 1944 the War Food Administration presented its "A" award for outstanding achievement in quality food production to the Manitowoc and Sheboygan plants. The "A" award ceremony was held on a Monday evening, August 14, 1944 outdoors at the Manitowoc plant at the east end of Franklin Street. The ceremony was broadcast over Manitowoc radio station WOMT with County Judge Jerome Ledvina presiding as master of ceremonies. This 8.5" x 14" nine-page script is Judge Ledvina's copy of the complete text for the broadcast, including remarks by Major O. F. Hilker representing the U.S. Army's Chicago Quartermaster Depot, Ben E. Fillis Jr. representing the War Food Administration, Charles Schultz representing the Lakeside Packing Company employees, and Lakeside president Harry Wedertz.

The Custerdale comment : dedication number (1943)

This 6" x 9" booklet was published for the dedication of the Custerdale Community House in Manitowoc, Wisconsin on July 25, 1943. Custerdale was a federal housing development constructed on the west side of Manitowoc by the federal Division of Defense Housing starting in 1941 to provide temporary homes for hundreds of workers who had moved to Manitowoc for war-related jobs, chiefly in the submarine building program at the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company and in Navy construction at the Burger Boat Company. By 1943 there were 650 Custerdale rental units available in single and double stand-alone homes and twenty-seven apartment buildings. The Custerdale Community House with an auditorium, social rooms, pre-school classrooms, and other facilities was completed in 1943. Its dedication on July 25 was also the first official program celebrating the annexation of Custerdale into the city of Manitowoc. Part of the original development had been within the city limis; the entire plot had been formally annexed June 5, 1942. In addition to the dedication program, this booklet includes photographs and information about Custerdale, the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company, and worker training programs in Manitowoc. There are also testimonial quotations from Custerdale residents, a poem about Custerdale, an honor roll of Custerdale residents serving in the armed forces, and a back page advertisement for war bond sales.

Custerdale village directory 1946 (1946)

The 6"x 9" 1946 "village directory" of Custerdale is arranged in city directory fashion, with an alphabetical list of names, a cross-listing by address, a classified business directory of Manitowoc merchants and business firms, and a list of Manitowoc churches. There are also numerous business and professional advertisements. Custerdale was a government defense housing project built at the western city limits of Manitowoc during World War II to provide temporary homes for shipyard workers and other defense plant workers. In the center of the directory there is a double-page hand drawn map of Custerdale as the streets and blocks appeared in 1946. At this time there were still only two streets in Custerdale -- Circle Street and Straight Street. Most of the houses were located along small alleys, and addresses were designated with block numbers and house numbers rather than by a street name. After the war, 140 of the apartment units were moved to Waukesha, Wisconsin to relieve a housing shortage there. In 1954, the plan of Custerdale was changed as new streets named after Manitowoc-built submarines were added, and another 85 of the housing units were moved within Custerdale to conform to the new layout.

Presentation of the Army-Navy "E" award to the Hamilton Manufacturing Company, Two Rivers, Wisconsin, September 21, 1943 (September 1943)

This sixteen page 6" x 9" booklet tied with blue cord was issued on the occasion of the presentation of the Army-Navy Production Award to the Hamilton Manufacturing Company on September 21, 1943. Prior to the war the Hamilton Manufacturing Company, located in Two Rivers, produced drafting furniture, children's furniture, dental cabinetry, and other products. During the war the company stepped up production of many of its regular lines to meet wartime needs, and also converted to special war production including ammunition boxes for 40 mm naval guns, dental and medical supplies, and components for the Ordnance and Signal Corps. The booklet includes the program for the award ceremony, a description of the Army-Navy Production Award, photographs of company employees, a list of company employees serving in the armed forces, a roster of award ceremony committees, copies of correspondence related to the award, and photographs and brief profiles of company officers E. P. Hamilton, H. G. Evans, and W. G. Dickson. There are also photographs and profiles of Brigadier General George F. Lull and Lieutenant Commander T. H. Jones, U.S.N.R., who made presentations at the ceremony.

Broehm, Barbara World War II through the eyes of Manitowoc's homefront youth (December 2000)

This thirty-three page paper written for History Seminar 448-480 at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay describes what it was like growing up in Manitowoc, Wisconsin during World War II. Based on fourteen oral history interviews with men and women who were between the ages of eight and eighteen during the period 1941-1945, the paper offers reminiscences about personal and family life, community life, and popular culture of that period as seen from the perspective of young people.

A salute to our fallen heroes (March 2003)

These pages from a 2003 publication, A Salute to Our Fallen Heroes, list 174 Manitowoc County servicemen who died in World War II. Earlier articles published in the Manitowoc Herald Times on August 15, 1948, reported that 179 Manitowoc County residents were killed or died in service during the war: 82 from the city of Manitowoc, 30 from the city of Two Rivers, and 62 from elsewhere in the county. The articles also reported that a total of 6,202 men and women from Manitowoc County were inducted or enlisted, not counting those who served in the Coast Guard. The 1948 list includes twenty names that do not appear in this 2003 compilation: Philip Auboa (Valders), Arthur Donohue (Manitowoc), Harvey C. Engelbrecht (Two Rivers), Charles Hejda (Manitowoc), Charles Higgins (Manitowoc), Melvin C. Hurley (Two Rivers), Ruben A LaButzke (Kiel), Stuart McMunn (St. Nazianz), Robert J. Roessler (Manitowoc), Myron L. Schaff (Manitowoc), Oliver Skrivanie (Two Rivers), Horace A. Stoeppelmann (Manitowoc), John Tauschek (Kiel), John J. Thomas (Manitowoc), Harry H. Tolksdorf (Manitowoc), Walton Ulness (Valders), Harold Viengutz (Manitowoc), Roy Wentland (Manitowoc), Bernard Wilmer (Manitowoc), Melvin Yana (Two Rivers).

Manitowoc School of Vocational and Adult Education (Manitowoc, Wis.) The Ship: circus edition (ca. 1942-05)

Lincoln High School (Manitowoc, Wis.) Annual commencement of the Lincoln High School (June 14, 1944)

Congregation Anshe Pele Zedek (ca. 1939-1940)

Monday Music Club (Manitowoc, Wis.) Monday music club (1943-1944)

United States. Office of Price Administration. Information Department Your war note book for point rationing (1943)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters (1870-1872)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume II (1873-1874)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume III (1875-1876)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume IV (1876-1877)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume V (1877-1881)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume VI (1881-1883)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume VII (1883-1887)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume VIII (1888-1891)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume IX, Part I (1892-1893)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume IX, Part II (1893)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume X (1894-1895)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XI (1896-1897)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XII, Part I (1898)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XII, Part II (1899)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XIII, Part I (1900)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XII, Part II (1901)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XIV, Part I (1902)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XIV, Part II (1903)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XV, Part I (1904)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XV, Part II ([date unknown])

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVI, Part I, No. 1 ([date unknown])

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVI, Part I, No. 2 ([date unknown])

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVI, Part I, No. 3 ([date unknown])

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVI, Part I, No. 4 ([date unknown])

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVI, Part II, No. 1 (1909)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVI, Part II, No. 2 (1909)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVI, Part II., No. 3 (1909)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVI, Part I., No. 5 ([date unknown])

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVI, Part I, No. 6 ([date unknown])

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVI, Part II, No. 4 (1910)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVI, Part II, No. 5 (1910)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVI, Part II, No. 6 (1910)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVII, Part I, No. 1 (1911)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVII, Part I, No. 2 (1911)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVII, Part I, No. 3 (1911)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVII, Part I, No. 4 (1911)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVII, Part I, No. 5 (1913)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVII, Part I, No. 6 (1913)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVII, Part II, No. 1 (1914)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVII, Part II, No. 2 (1914)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVII, Part II, No. 3 (1914)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVII, Part II, No. 4 (1914)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVII, Part II, No. 5 (1914)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVII, Part II, No. 6 (1914)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVIII, Part I (1915)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XVIII, Part II (1916)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XIX, Part I (1918)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XIX, Part II (1919)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXI (1924)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXII (1926)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXIII (1927)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXIV (1929)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXV (1930)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXVI (1931)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXVII (1932)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXVIII (1933)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXIX (1935)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Art[s] and Letters: volume XXX (1937)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXXI (1938)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXXII (1940)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXXIII (1941)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXXIV (1942)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXXV (1943)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXXVI (1944)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXXVII (1945)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXXVIII (1946)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XXXIX (1947-1949)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XL, Part 1 (1950)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XL, Part 2 (1951)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XLI (1952)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XLII (1953)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XLIII (1954)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XLIV (1955)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XLV (1956)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XLVI (1957)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XLVII (1958)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XLVIII (1959)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume XLIX (1960)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume L (1961)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LI (1962)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LII (1963)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LIII (1964)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LIV (1965)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LV (1966)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LVI (1967-1968)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LVII (1969)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LVIII (1970)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LIX (1971)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LX (1972)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LXI (1973)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LXII (1974)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LXIII (1975)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LXIV (1976)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LXV (1977)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume LXVI (1978)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 67 (1979)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 68 (1980)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 69 (1981)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 70 (1982)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 71, Part I (1983)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 71, Part II (1983)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 72 (1984)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 73 (1985)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 74 (1986)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 75 (1987)

Beckel, Annamarie L. Breaking new waters : a century of limnology at the University of Wisconsin. Special issue: volume ([date unknown])

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 76 (1988)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 77 (1989)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 78 (1990)

Satz, Ronald N. Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 79, No. 1 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin poetry (special issue): volume 79, No. 2 ([date unknown])

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 80 (1992)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 81 (1993)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 82 (1994)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 83 (1995)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 84 (1996)

Wisconsin fiction. Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: Wisconsin sesquicentennial issue: volume 85 (1997)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 86 (1998)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 87 (1999)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 88 (2000)

Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: volume 89 (2001)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring 1954)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 1, No. 2 (Spring 1954)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 1, No. 3 (Summer 1954)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 1, No. 4 (Fall 1954)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 2, No. 1 (Winter 1955)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 2, No. 2 (Spring 1955)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 2, No. 3 (Summer 1955)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 2, No. 4 (Fall 1955)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 3, No. 1 (Winter 1956)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 3, No. 2 (Spring 1956)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 3, No. 3 (Summer 1956)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 3, No. 4 (Fall 1956)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 4, No. 1 (Winter 1957)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 4, No. 2 (Spring 1957)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 4, No. 3 (Summer 1957)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 4, No. 4 (Fall 1957)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 5, No. 1 (Winter 1958)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 5, No. 2 (Spring 1958)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 5, No. 3 (Summer 1958)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 5, No. 4 (Fall 1958)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 6, No. 1 (Winter 1959)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 6, No. 2 (Spring 1959)

Wisconsin Academy review: Junior Academy of Science issue: Vol. 6, No. 3 (Summer 1959)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 6, No. 4 (Fall 1959)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 7, No. 1 (Winter 1960)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 7, No. 2 (Spring 1960)

Wisconsin Academy review: Junior Academy of Science issue: Vol. 7, No. 3 (Summer 1960)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 7, No. 4 (Fall 1960)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 8, No. 1 (Winter 1961)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 8, No. 2 (Spring 1961)

Wisconsin Academy review: Junior Academy of Science issue: Vol. 8, No. 3 (Summer 1961)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 8, No. 4 (Fall 1961)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 9, No. 1 (Winter 1962)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 9, No. 2 (Spring 1962)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 9, No. 3 (Summer 1962)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 9, No. 4 (Fall 1962)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 10, No. 1 (Winter 1963)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 10, No. 2 (Spring 1963)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 10, No. 3 (Summer 1963)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 10, No. 4 (Fall 1963)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 11, Nos. 1 and 2 (Winter/spring 1964)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 11, Nos. 3 and 4 (Summer/fall 1964)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 12, No. 1 (Winter 1965)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 12, No. 2 (Spring 1965)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 12, No. 3 (Summer 1965)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 12, No. 4 (Fall 1965)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 13, No. 1 (Winter 1966)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 13, No. 2 (Spring 1966)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 13, No. 3 (Summer 1966)

Wisconsin Academy review: Vol. 13, No. 4 (Fall/winter 1966)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 14, Number 1 (Spring 1967)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 14, Number 2 (Summer 1967)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 14, Number 3 (Fall 1967)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 14, Number 4 (Winter 1968)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 15, Number 1 (Spring 1968)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 15, Number 2 (Summer 1968)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 15, Number 3 (Fall 1968)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 15, Number 4 (Winter 1969)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 16, Number 1 (Spring 1969)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 16, Number 2 (Summer 1969)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 16, Number 3 (Fall 1969)

Wisconsin Academy review: special centennial issue--1970: man and the environment: Volume 16, Number 4 (1970)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 17, Number 2 (Summer 1970)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 17, Number 3 (Fall 1970)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 17, Number 4 (Winter 1970/71)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 18, Number 1 (1971)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 18, Number 2 (Summer 1971)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 18, Number 3 (Fall 1971)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 18, Number 4 (Winter 1971)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 19, Number 1 (Spring 1972)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 19, Number 2 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 19, Number 3 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 19, Number 4 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 20, Number 1 (December 1973)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 20, Number 2 (Spring 1974)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 20, Number 2 [3] (Summer 1974)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 20, Number 4 (Fall 1974)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 21, Number 1 (Winter 1974/75)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 21, Number 2 (Spring 1975)

Wisconsin Academy review: science, technology and human values: Volume 21, Number 3 (Summer 1975)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 21, Number 4 (Fall 1975)

Wisconsin Academy review: annual report issue: Volume 22, Number 1 (December 1975)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 22, Number 2 (March 1976)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 22, Number 3 (June 1976)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 22, Number 4 (September 1976)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 23, Number 1 (December 1976)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 23, Number 2 (March 1977)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 23, Number 3 (June 1977)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 23, Number 4 (September 1977)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 24, Number 1 (December 1977)

Wisconsin Academy review: annual report issue: Volume 24, Number 2 (March 1978)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 24, Number 3 (June 1978)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 24, Number 4 (September 1978)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 25, Number 1 (December 1978)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 25, Number 2 (March 1979)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 25, Number 3 (June 1979)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 25, Number 4 (September 1979)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 26, Number 1 (December 1979)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 26, Number 2 (March 1980)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 26, Number 3 (June 1980)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 26, Number 4 (September 1980)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 27, Number 1 (December 1980)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 27, Number 2 (March 1981)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 27, Number 3 (June 1981)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 27, Number 4 (September 1981)

Wisconsin Academy review: new mining era comes to Wisconsin: Volume 28, Number 1 (December 1981)

Wisconsin Academy review: Wisconsin Indians: Volume 28, Number 2 (March 1982)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 28, Number 3 (June 1982)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 28, Number 4 (September 1982)

Wisconsin Academy review: special issue on Wisconsin wetlands: Volume 29, Number 1 (December 1982)

Wisconsin Academy review: Wisconsin painters and printmakers: Volume 29, Number 2 (March 1983)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 29, Number 3 (June 1983)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 29, Number 4 (September 1983)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 30, Number 2 (March 1984)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 30, Number 3 (June 1984)

Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 30, Number 4 (September 1984)

Wisconsin Academy review: health care in the eighties and beyond: Volume 31, Number 1 (December 1984)

Wisconsin Academy review: Wisconsin survey: three-dimension art today: Volume 31, Number 2 (March 1985)

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Wisconsin Academy review: Volume 32, Number 3 (June 1986)

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Governor's message and accompanying documents for the year 1857: Vol. I (1857 [Covers 1856])

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Annual message of Alexander W. Randall, governor of the state of Wisconsin, and accompanying documents (1860 [Covers 1858/1859])

Governor's message and accompanying documents for the year 1861 (1861 [Covers 1859/1860])

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Message of the governor of Wisconsin, together with the annual reports, of the officers of the State, for the year, A.D. 1865: Volume I (1866 [Covers 1864/1865])

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Governor's message and accompanying documents: Volume I (1873 [Covers 1871/1872])

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Annual message of the governor of Wisconsin, and reports of the state departments, for the fiscal year ending Sept, 30th, 1861 (1861 [Covers 1860/1861])

Message of the governor of Wisconsin delivered to the legislature in joint convention, Thursday, January 9, 1868, together with the annual reports of the state officers, for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1867 (1868 [Covers 1866/1867])

Annual message of Lucius Fairchild, governor of the state of Wisconsin, and accompanying documents: Volume 1 (1871 [Covers 1869/1870])

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Message of Lucius Fairchild, governor of the state of Wisconsin, and accompanying documents for 1868: Volume 1 (1869 [Covers 1867/1868])

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Public documents of the state of Wisconsin: Volume I (1895 [Covers 1892/1894])

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Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being the biennial reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending September 30, 1896: Volume I (1897 [Covers 1894/1896])

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Public documents of the state of Wisconsin for the fiscal term ending September 30, 1900: Volume I (1901 [Covers 1898/1900])

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Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1902: Volume I (1903 [Covers 1900/1902])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1902: Volume II (1903 [Covers 1900/1902])

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Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1902: Volume IV (1903 [Covers 1900/1902])

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Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions, for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1908: Volume 3 (1910 [Covers 1906/1908])

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Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions, for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1908: Volume 5 (1910 [Covers 1906/1908])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions, for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1908: Volume 6 (1910 [Covers 1906/1908])

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Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1910: Volume 1 (1912 [Covers 1908/1910])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1910: Volume 2 (1912 [Covers 1908/1910])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1910: Volume 3 (1912 [Covers 1908/1910])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1910: Volume 4 (1912 [Covers 1908/1910])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1910: Volume 5 (1912 [Covers 1908/1910])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1910: Volume 6 (1912 [Covers 1908/1910])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1910: Volume 7 (1912 [Covers 1908/1910])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1912: Volume 1 (1914 [Covers 1910/1912])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1912: Volume 2 (1914 [Covers 1910/1912])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1912: Volume 3 (1914 [Covers 1910/1912])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1912: Volume 4 (1914 [Covers 1910/1912])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1912: Volume 5 (1914 [Covers 1910/1912])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1912: Volume 6 (1914 [Covers 1910/1912])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1912: Volume 7 (1914 [Covers 1910/1912])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1912: Volume 8 (1914 [Covers 1910/1912])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1912: Volume 9 (1914 [Covers 1910/1912])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1912: Volume 10 (1914 [Covers 1910/1912])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1912: Volume 11 (1914 [Covers 1910/1912])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1914: Volume 1 (1916 [Covers 1912/1914])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1914: Volume 2 (1916 [Covers 1912/1914])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1914: Volume 3 (1916 [Covers 1912/1914])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1914: Volume 4 (1916 [Covers 1912/1914])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1914: Volume 5 (1916 [Covers 1912/1914])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1914: Volume 6 (1916 [Covers 1912/1914])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1914: Volume 7 (1916 [Covers 1912/1914])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1914: Volume 8 (1916 [Covers 1912/1914])

Public documents of the state of Wisconsin being reports of the various state officers, departments and institutions for the fiscal term ending June 30, 1914: Volume 9 (1916 [Covers 1912/1914])

1944 annual report county agricultural agent Winnebago County Wisconsin ([date unknown])

Adams, J. G. History of education in Sawyer County, Wisconsin (1902)

Albertz, H. W. Work of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : with a brief description, history and adaptation of pure bred field crops grown by its members (1919)

Alexander, A. S. 1860- (Alexander Septimus) A history of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station. Part I: the directorship of William Arnon Henry from 1880 to 1907: Part 1 (1935)

Alexander, A. S. 1860- (Alexander Septimus) A history of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station. Part II: the directorship of Harry Luman Russell: 1907-1930: Part II (1935)

Ely, Richard Theodore, 1854-1943 "Private colonization of land": Bulletin No. 1 (1918)

American Association for Agricultural Legislation "Papers on tenancy. I. The agricultural ladder. II. Tenancy in an ideal system of land ownership. III. Discussion": Bulletin No. 2 (March 1919)

"Rural, social and economic problems of the United States": Bulletin No. 3 (June 1919)

"Study program. American Association for Agricultural Legislation": Bulletin No. 4 (September 1919)

"Field and purpose of the American Association for Agricultural Legislation": Bulletin No. 5 (January 1920)

"Proceedings. American Association for Agricultural Legislation: December 29-31, 1919": Bulletin No. 6 (April 1920)

"The Jew and the land": Bulletin No. 7 (May 1920)

American Farming. Ring, Youmans and Co., the Wisconsin land, emigration and colonization company, Neillsville, Wis., U. S. A.: prospectus for 1884 (1884)

American regional literature: towards a native rural culture ([date unknown])

Anderson, Charles Joseph, 1880- Field problems of Wisconsin rural teachers (1929)

Anderson, Don S. Is dairying doomed in Wisconsin? (1935)

Annual report, 1939: St. Croix Co. Agricultural Agent (1939)

Annual report 1942: agricultural agent Trempealeau County (1942)

Annual report: county agricultural committee, Winnebago County: November 1, 1939 to October 31, 1940 ([date unknown])

Annual report of the Bayfield County Agricultural Agent Washburn, Wisconsin: 1939 (1939)

Annual report of the Bayfield County Agricultural Agent Washburn, Wisconsin: 1940 (1940)

Annual report of the Bayfield County Agricultural Agent and the Bayfield County Home Agent Washburn, Wisconsin: 1941 (1941)

Annual report of the Bayfield County Agricultural Agent and the Bayfield County Home Agent Washburn, Wisconsin: 1942 (1942)

Annual report of the Bayfield County Agricultural Agent and the Bayfield County Home Agent Washburn, Wisconsin: 1943 (1943)

Annual report of the Bayfield County Agricultural Agent and the Bayfield County Home Agent Washburn, Wisconsin: 1944 (1944)

Annual report of the county agricultural agent, 1940-1941 ([date unknown])

Annual report of the county agricultural agent, 1942-1943 ([date unknown])

Annual report of the county agricultural agent and the home demonstration agent, November 1, 1947: St. Croix County, Wisconsin (1947)

Annual report of the county agricultural extension service in Wood County Wisconsin. 1938 (1938)

Annual report of the county agricultural extension service in Wood County Wisconsin. 1939 (1939)

20th annual report of the Wood County Agricultural Extension Service. 1940 (1940)

21st annual report, Wood County Agricultural Extension Service. 1941 (1941)

Wood County Extension Service, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., 22nd annual report. 1942 (1942)

[Annual report of the Wood County Agricultural Extension Service. 1943] ([1943])

24th annual report of Wood County Agricultural Extension Sercive. 1944 (1944)

Twenty fifth annual report Wood County Extension Service. 1945 (1945)

26th annual report Wood County Extension Service. 1946 (1946)

27th annual report Wood County Extension Service. 1947 (1947)

29th annual report Wood County Extension Service. 1949 (1949)

Annual report of the Jefferson County Club Agent, 1940 ([date unknown])

Annual report Waupaca County Agricultural Agent: 1934 (1934)

Annual report Waupaca County Agricultural Agent: 1935 (1935)

Annual report Waupaca County Agricultural Agent: 1936 (1936)

Annual report Waupaca County Agricultural Agent: 1937 (1937)

Annual report of the county agricultural agent in Waupaca County Wisconsin: 1938 (1938)

Annual report Waupaca County Agricultural Agent: 1939 (1939)

Quick, Victor H. 1941 county agent's annual report Waupaca County (1941)

Quick, Victor H. 1942 county agent's annual report Waupaca County (1942)

Quick, Victor H. 1943 county agent's annual report Waupaca County (1943)

Bakken, Henry Harrison, 1896-; Beal, George Max The cost of manufacturing and marketing sugar in Wisconsin ([1941])

The banker-farmer news bulletin (1920-1924)

Bell, Florence C. (Florence Colfax), 1899- Farmer co-ops in Wisconsin ([1941])

Blaisdell, J. J. (James Joshua), 1827-1896 Forest and tree culture in Wisconsin (1893)

Blough, Carman G. Taxation of public utilities in the state of Wisconsin ([1925])

British Temperance Emigration Society and Saving Fund The emigrant's instructer on Wisconsin and the western states of America (1844)

Brunson, Alfred, 1793-1882 Northern Wiskonsan (1843)

Build Wisconsin (1924)

Build Wisconsin (1925)

Build Wisconsin (1926)

Build Wisconsin (1927)

Build Wisconsin (1928)

Buschbauer, Hans Populäres handbuch des Grasbaus, Futterpflanzenbaus und der Milchwirthschaft : unter Berücksichtigung der Bedürfnisse amerikanischer Landwirthe (1883)

Butter factories and cheese factories operated in 1916: dairy statistics for 1915 as reported by the operators of butter and cheese factories (1917)

Callahan, John, 1865-1956 Wisconsin rural school survey : report of Finance Survey Committee ([1926])

Chittenden, Alfred K. (Alfred Knight), 1879-1930 The taxation of forest lands in Wisconsin (1911)

Cheesemaking in Wisconsin: a short history ([1924])

Christensen, Chris Lauriths, 1894- The Folk School idea in action : training for rural organization, rural citizenship, distribution, farming (1935)

Coe, Mollie A. Farm labor : Barron County farm labor program, June 28, 1943-November 1, 1945 (1945)

Colby, Charles L., 1839-1896 (Charles Lewis) Der staat Wisconsin und die Ländereien der Wisconsin Central Eisenbahn-Gesellschaft (1886)

Colonization and community development: report of progress ([1921?])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. III ([covers January 1924/November 1924])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. IV ([covers January 1925/November 1925])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. V ([covers February 1926/October 1926])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. VI ([covers March 1927/November 1927])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. VII ([covers January 1928/October 1928])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. VIII ([covers February 1929/November 1929])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. IX ([covers February 1930/December 1930])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. X ([covers January 1931/December 1931])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XI ([covers January 1932/December 1932])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XII ([covers January 1933/December 1933])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XIII ([covers January 1934/December 1934])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XIV ([covers January 1935/December 1935])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XV ([covers January 1936/December 1936])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XVI ([covers January 1937/December 1937])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XVII ([covers January 1938/December 1938])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XVIII ([covers January 1939/December 1939])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XIX ([covers January 1940/December 1940])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XX ([covers January 1941/December 1941])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XXI ([covers January 1942/December 1942])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XXII ([covers January 1943/December 1943])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XXIII ([covers January 1944/December 1944])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XXIV ([covers January 1945/December 1945])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XXV ([covers January 1946/December 1946])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XXVI ([covers January 1947/December 1947])

Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter: Vol. XXVII ([covers January 1948/December 1948])

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Covering rural Wisconsin effectively ([1925/1926?])

Crocker, T. D. Sources of good relations with the public ([1925])

Cronin, Katherine L. Musical mixers and group dances ([1934])

Cronin, Katherine L.; Sinaiko, Loila Folk dances and clogs (1934)

[Dairy school views] ([1900?])

Dairying in Wisconsin and its possibilities in Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma: being a report of a four days tour of the "Land of Milk and Money" by a special train load of representatives from Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma, over C. M. and St. P. Railway, composed of 135 bankers, farmers, county agents, editors, college representatives, business men and others, during the week of July 6 to 11, 1924 ([1924?])

Der Wisconsin farmer: eine monatliche Beischrift gewidmet der Landwirthschaft und dem Gartenbau: Jahrgang 1, Nummer 1 (1861)

Dexheimer, Florence Chambers, 1866-1925 Sketches of Wisconsin pioneer women ([1924?] )

Duffee, F. W., 1893- (Floyd Waldo); Schaenzer, Joseph Peter, 1892- Rural electrification handbook (1929-1932)

Duffus, William M. Report on agricultural settlement and farm ownership. Part I: state loans to farmers (1912)

Ewbank, Henry Lee, 1893- Who should pay the doctor bills? ([1936?])

Farm labor news (1945-1947)

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The Farmers Equity Union : need for, what it is, what it stands for, what it does : a brief explanation of its four great functions : organization, education, cooperation, legislation ([1939?])

Fifteenth annual report of the Wood County agricultural agent. 1935 (1935)

16th annual report of the county agricultural agent in Wood County Wisconsin. 1936 (1936)

Seventeenth annual report of Wood County agricultural agent H. R. Lathrope. 1937 (1937)

Fifty years of rural leadership in Wisconsin's county normal schools ([1945])

Florence, E. H. Annual report of the Trempealeau County agricultural agent (1941)

Forsbeck, Filip A., b. 1873 New Upsala, the first Swedish settlement in Wisconsin (1936)

Free traveling libraries in Wisconsin : the story of their growth, purposes, and development, with accounts of a few kindred movements (1897)

From the fields ([1939?])

Ganz, Edwin Ferdinand, 1859-1946 Agricultural reconstruction period in Buffalo County and exodus to the west ([19--])

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Gettle, Lewis Elmer, d.1930 Valuation as affected by recent decisions ([1927])

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Gregory, John A new and vastly improved edition of the Industrial resources of Wisconsin, containing numerous new subjects, not in the first edition; such as the natural history of the state; brief sketches of its altered condition at different periods and the causes leading thereto; a short history of the origin and happy conclusion of the late war, with the heroic part acted by Wisconsin troops, the origin of our American lakes; and numberous discussions on the various natural phenomena observable in several of the states (1870)

Gregory, John, Civil engineer A new and vastly improved edition, of the Industrial resources of Wisconsin, containing numerous new subjects, not in the first edition, such as a sketch of the natural history of the state, brief sketches of its altered condition at different periods and the causes leading thereto : a new theory of the origin of our American lakes, and numerous discussions on the various natural phenomena observable in the states : also, the biography of leading men ... (1872)

Haferbecker, H. N. 1940 annual report Waushara County Agricultural Agent ([date unknown])

Haferbecker, H. N. Waushara County Agricultural Agent 1941 annual report ([date unknown])

Hand book of Price County: prepared by the board of immigration, under the direction of the county board ([1896?])

Hart, Edwin Bret [1874-]; Tottingham, William Edward [1881-] A laboratory manual of general agricultural chemistry (1911)

Harvey, Lorenzo Dow, 1848-1922 Report of the commissioner appointed by the legislature in 1899 to investigate and report upon the methods of proceedure in this and other states and countries in giving instruction in manual training and in the theory and art of agriculture in the public schools (1901)

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Henry, W. A. (William Arnon), 1850-1932 Agricultural possibilities of northern Wisconsin : an address delivered at a Farmers' Institute (1903)

Henry, W. A. (William Arnon), 1850-1932 Amber cane in Wisconsin : a circular from the Agricultural Department of the state university (1881)

Henry, W. A. (William Arnon), 1850-1932 Central Wisconsin : its possibilities and future ([19--])

Hibbard, Benjamin Horace, 1870-1955 The history of agriculture in Dane County, Wisconsin (1904)

Hoard, William Dempster, 1836-1918 Teaching the elements of agriculture in the common schools ([1900?])

Holand, Hjalmar Rued, 1872-1963 Wisconsin's Belgian community : an account of the early events in the Belgian settlement in northeastern Wisconsin with particular reference to the Belgians in Door County (1933)

How you can get a Wisconsin farm ([192-?])

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Index of plans: October 1924 (October 1924)

Industrial commission of Wisconsin report on pea canneries, season of 1913 : hours of labor of female employes [employees] ([1913])

Ingram, Orrin Henry, 1830-1918 Autobiography, Orrin Henry Ingram : May, 1830--December, 1912 (1912)

Instructions to fire wardens ([date unknown])

James, J. A. Why don't farm boys and girls go to high school? (1935)

Keenan, J. B. The 1931 county agent's report on the progress of Grant County's agricultural program, Nov. 1, 1930 to Nov. 1, 1931 ([1931])

Klueter, Harry Directory of Wisconsin dairy manufacturing plants: containing dairy statistics for Wisconsin for the year 1932 ([1934])

Know Wisconsin better: Vol. 4, No. 3 (January 18, 1926)

Laboratory manual of general agricultural chemistry (1920)

Land economic inventory of the state of Wisconsin ([1934/])

[Land use planning reports; Wisconsin counties] ([1939/1942])

Lapham, Increase Allen, 1811-1875 Report on the disastrous effects of the destruction of forest trees, now going on so rapidly in the state of Wisconsin (1867)

Lathrope, H. R. [Report of H. R. Lathrope, county agricultural agent, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin] (1927)

Lee, C. E., 1893- (Clarence Edgar) Wisconsin as a factor in the nation's supply of butter (1913)

Letters from farmers on ready-to-start farms ([192-?])

Lilly, John H. "Wilson jubilee issue : Harley Frost Wilson": Vol. XII, No. 2 ([1940])

List of butter factories, cheese factories, condenseries, receiving stations, powdered milk plants, and casein plants ([1930])

List of creameries and cheese factories in Wisconsin (1896)

Local government: report of a demonstration in public discussion, held during farm and home week, College of Agriculture, Madison--February 2, 1934 (1934)

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Masley, A. L. Outlines and suggestions for games, picnics, social programs and stunts for rural recreation leaders suitable for every social occasion (1930?)

McLeod, Donald History of Wiskonsan, from its first discovery to the present period, including a geological and topographical description of the territory with a correct catalogue of all its plants (1846)

Milwaukee Co-operative Milk Producers Milwaukee milk producer: Volume 1 (April 1928/March 1929)

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Moore, Ransom Asa, 1861-1941 The seeding, growing, and curing of alfalfa (1908)

Neff, Grover C. Rural electrification ([1926])

Nelson, Charles E.; Langseth, Edna N. Trempealeau County 4-H club work report, 1942 (1942)

Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association, for the years 1870, 1871, 1872 and 1873: Vol. I (1874)

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Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association, including a full report of the industrial convention, held at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, February, 1879, with other practical papers: Vol. VI (1879)

Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association, including a full report of the industrial convention held at Appleton, Wisconsin, February, 1880. With other practical papers: Vol. VII ([date unknown])

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Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association, including a full report of the industrial convention held at Berlin, Wisconsin, February, 1882, together with proceedings of the association for 1883, to January 1: Vol. IX (1883)

Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association, including a full report of the industrial and state horticultural convention, held at Waupaca, Wisconsin, February, 1884, together with proceedings of the association for 1883, to January 1, '84: Vol. X (1884)

Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association, including a full report of the industrial convention held at Neenah, Wisconsin, February, 1886. Together with proceedings of the Association for 1884, to January 1, '86: Vol. XI (1886)

Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association, including a full report of the industrial convention and state institute held at Oshkosh, February, 1887. Together with proceedings of the association for 1886, to January, '87: Vol. XII (1887)

Olin, John Myers, 1851-1924 Homestead Law in Wisconsin ([190-?])

Orton, H. S. Report of the select committee appointed to investigate the securities taken for loans from the school and university funds. Reported March 31, 1854--1000 copies ordered printed (1854)

Outline for county land use planning in Wisconsin: basic objectives, form of organization, steps in proceedure, action following planning (1939)

Packer, B. G. (Benjamin G.), 1877?-1944 Wisconsin the great dairy state ([1914?])

Peroutky, V. W. Annual report of county extension 4-H club agent (1942)

Peterson, Alvin S. Annual narrative report of the Price County Agricultural Agent ([date unknown])

Philips, A. J. Queen Vashti, the autobiography of a guernsey cow, her owners, companions, caretakers, ancestors and descendants: a companion piece to Black Beauty ([1906?])

Power, Richard Anderson, 1888- The cooperative primer (1939)

The progressive American: Vol. 1, No. 3 (1911)

The progressive American: Vol. 1, No. 4 (1911)

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The progressive American: Vol. 1, No. 7 (1911)

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Public hearing on the Agricultural Adjustment Administration Dairy Program : held at Madison, Wisconsin, at the Stock Pavilion of the College of Agriculture of the University of Wisconsin, Wednesday and Thursday, April 4 and 5, 1934; being one of fifteen regional conferences to explain the proposed dairy plan of the A.A.A. and to receive hints and suggestions from dairy farmers and dairy leaders interested in the plan (1934)

Questions and answers about ready-to-start-farms ([192-?])

Quick, Victor H. Narrative report -- Waupaca County. From November 1, 1939 to October 31, 1940 (1940)

Report of a public discussion demonstration on "the agricultural adjustment program" held during Farm and Home week, Feb. 1, 1934 at Madison, Wisconsin (1934)

Report of the office of county agricultural agent Outagamie County: November 1, 1937--November 1, 1938 (1938)

Report of the office of county agricultural agent Outagamie County: November 1, 1938--November 1, 1939 (1939)

Annual report of the county agricultural agent, Outagamie County: Nov. 1, 1939--Nov. 1, 1940 (1940)

Annual report of the county agricultural agent, Outagamie County: Nov. 1, 1940--Nov. 1, 1941 (1941)

Reynolds, Annie The training of teachers for the country schools of Wisconsin (1917)

Ross, James, 1830-1884 Wisconsin and her resources for remunerating capital and supporting labor (1871)

Roth, Filibert, 1858-1925 On the forestry conditions of northern Wisconsin (1898)

Rowlands, W. A. County ordinances zoning for agriculture, forestry and recreation in Wisconsin (1933)

Rudd, D. B.; Rudd, E. O. The cultivation of hops, and their preparation for market, as practiced in Sauk County, Wisconsin (1868)

Scenes of pioneer life in the northern Wisconsin along the line of the Wisconsin Central Railroad ([1896?])

Schoenman, Adolph Milk testing : instructions for testing milk and dividing money for creameries, cheese factories and dairymen (1894)

Sinclair, John F. Report upon co-operation and marketing. Part I: agricultural co-operation: Part I (1912)

Sinclair, John F. Report upon co-operation and marketing. Part II: co-operative credit: Part II (1912)

Sinclair, John F. Report upon co-operation and marketing. Part III: municipal markets: Part III (1912)

Sinclair, John F. Report upon co-operation and marketing. Part IV: distributive or store co-operation: Part IV (1912)

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Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers' Association. Convention Speeches delivered at the fifth annual convention. Southern Wisconsin Cheesemaker's Association at Turner Hall, Monroe, Wis. Thursday and Friday, February 16 and 17, 1905 (1905)

Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers' Association Proceedings of the sixth annual meeting of the Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers' Association held in the court rooms at Darlington, Wisconsin, Wednesday and Thursday, March 7 and 8, 1906 (1906)

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State Dairy and Food Commissioner First annual report of the State Dairy and Food Commissioner of Wisconsin (1890)

State Dairy and Food Commissioner Annual report of the Dairy and Food Commissioner of Wisconsin. 1892 (1893)

State Dairy and Food Commissioner Annual report of the Dairy and Food Commissioner of Wisconsin. 1894 (1894)

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State Dairy and Food Commissioner Annual report of the Dairy and Food Commissioner of Wisconsin. For the period ending June 30, 1916 (1916)

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State Dairy and Food Commissioner Annual report of the Dairy and Food Commissioner of Wisconsin. For the period ending June 30, 1918 (1918)

State Dairy and Food Commissioner Annual report of the Dairy and Food Commissioner of Wisconsin. For the period ending June 30, 1919 (1919)

State Dairy and Food Commissioner Annual report of the Dairy and Food Commissioner of Wisconsin. For the period ending June 30, 1920 (1920)

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State Dairy and Food Commissioner Biennial report of the Dairy and Food Commissioner of Wisconsin. For the years 1897-1898 (1899)

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State Dairy and Food Commissioner Biennial report of the Dairy and Food Commissioner of Wisconsin. For the period ending June 30, 1910 (1910)

State Dairy and Food Commissioner Biennial report of the Dairy and Food Commissioner of Wisconsin. For the period ending June 30, 1912 (1912)

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Statistics exhibiting the history, climate and productions of the State of Wisconsin (1867)

Statistics: exhibiting the history, climate and productions of the State of Wisconsin (1869)

Statistics of Dane County, Wisconsin : with a sketch of the settlement, growth, and prospects of the village of Madison (1852)

Statistiques sur l'Etat du Wisconsin : histoire, climat, productions (1868)

Stearns, Lutie Eugenia Traveling libraries in Wisconsin with directory of stations (1910)

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A survey of rural electrification in Wisconsin ([1939])

Theiler, John Hubel-Hannes, oder, Farmleben in Wiskonsin : wie ein armer aber aufgeweckter Schweizerjüngling zu einem wohlhabenden Farmer und Viehzüchter wurde ([19--?])

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Fourth annual report, St. Croix Co. Agricultural Extension Service: Nov. 1, 1940--Oct. 31, 1941 (1941)

Annual narrative report of the county agricultural agent, St. Croix County: 1942 (1942)

1943 annual narrative report of agricultural agent, St. Croix County, Wisconsin (1943)

1944 annual narrative report of agricultural agent, St. Croix County, Wisconsin (1944)

1945 annual narrative report of agricultural agent, St. Croix County, Wisconsin (1945)

1946 annual narrative report, agricultural agent, St. Croix County, Wisconsin (1946)

Annual narrative report of the county agricultural agent in St. Croix County ([1948])

Annual narrative report of the county agricultural agent in St. Croix County: 1949 (1949)

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Turner, Jennie McMullin 1885-1967 Wisconsin pioneers : some lessons on Wisconsin (1929)

The United States miller: Volume 6 (1878-1879)

The United States miller: Volume 7 (1879)

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The United States miller: Fourteenth Year (1889)

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University of Wisconsin College of agriculture announcement of courses: 1940-1941 ([date unknown])

University of Wisconsin College of agriculture announcement of courses: 1942-1944 ([date unknown])

University of Wisconsin College of agriculture announcement of courses: 1944-1946 ([date unknown])

University of Wisconsin The winter course in dairy manufacturing, 1934-35 ([date unknown])

University of Wisconsin The winter course in dairy manufacturing, 1935-36 ([date unknown])

University of Wisconsin Courses in dairy manufacturing, 1936-37 ([date unknown])

University of Wisconsin Special courses in dairy manufacturing, 1937-38 ([date unknown])

University of Wisconsin Special courses in dairy manufacturing, 1938-39 ([date unknown])

University of Wisconsin Special courses in dairy manufacturing, 1939-40 ([date unknown])

University of Wisconsin Directory of short course students: 1912-1913 ([date unknown])

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture An exhibition of work by John Steuart Curry (1938)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Among ourselves: a house organ for the staff of the College of Agriculture: Vol. I (1923-1932)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Among ourselves: a house organ for the staff of the College of Agriculture: Vol. II (1923-1932)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Among ourselves: a house organ for the staff of the College of Agriculture: Vol. III (1923-1932)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Among ourselves: a house organ for the staff of the College of Agriculture: Vol. IV (1923-1932)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Among ourselves: a house organ for the staff of the College of Agriculture: Vol. V (1923-1932)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Among ourselves: a house organ for the staff of the College of Agriculture: Vol. VI (1923-1932)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Among ourselves: a house organ for the staff of the College of Agriculture: Vol. VII (1923-1932)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Among ourselves: a house organ for the staff of the College of Agriculture: Vol. VIII (1923-1932)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Among ourselves: a house organ for the staff of the College of Agriculture: Vol. IX (1923-1932)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Among ourselves: a house organ for the staff of the College of Agriculture: Vol. X (1923-1932)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Among ourselves: a house organ for the staff of the College of Agriculture: Vol. XI (1923-1932)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Detailed cost of production study on 21 farms in Barron County, Wisconsin - 1927-28 ([1928?])

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Directory of the short course alumni, 1886-1907 : and announcement of the twelfth annual reunion and fourth annual banquet ([1908?])

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture The University of Wisconsin directory of the short course in agriculture, 1886-1927 ([1927])

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Short course song book containing twenty-one songs for use in short course and dairy literary societies, experiment association and other meetings ([date unknown])

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture A winter course for farm boys : short course catalog 1925-1926 ([1925])

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Winter courses in agriculture for farm boys--1926-27 ([1927])

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Winter courses in agriculture for farm boys--1927-28 ([1928])

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Winter courses in agriculture for farm boys--1928-29 ([1929])

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Winter courses in agriculture for farm boys--1929-30 ([1930])

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Attend the winter course. Catalog of the short course, 1930-31 ([1930])

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Catalog of the long and middle courses 1930-1931 (1930)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Courses in agriculture: 1931-1932 (1931)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Courses in agriculture: 1932-1933 (1932)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Courses in agriculture: 1933-1934 (1933)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture The University of Wisconsin, courses in agriculture: 1934-35 (1934)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture The University of Wisconsin, courses in agriculture: 1935-36 (1935)

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University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Courses in agriculture: 1938-39 (1938)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Courses in agriculture: 1939-1940 (1939)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Special dairy course for creamery and cheese factory operators and managers, Jan. 28--Feb. 1, 1913 (1913)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Special dairy course for creamery and cheese factory operators and managers, February 2-7, 1914 (1914)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Special dairy course for creamery and cheese factory operators and managers, February 7-12, 1916 (1916)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture The special course for operators and managers of creameries and cheese factories, February 5-10, 1917 (1917)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture The special course for creamery and cheese factory operators and managers featuring the saving of food and fuel at our creameries and cheese factories and the use of milking machines on patrons' farms, February 4-8, 1918 (1918)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture The special course for creamery and cheese factory operators and managers and ice cream makers, February 3-7, 1920 (1920)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture The special course for creamery and cheese factory operators and managers and ice cream makers, January 31--February 4, 1922 (1922)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture The farm short course: 1939-40 (1939)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture The farm short course: get ready for tomorrow (1940)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture The farm short course (1941)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Training for farming in the short course: 1932-33 ([date unknown])

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Training for farming in the short course: 1933-34 ([date unknown])

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture The short course in agriculture: 1909-1910 (1909)

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University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture The short course in agriculture: 1911-1912 (1911)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Short course in agriculture: 1912-13 (1912)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Short course in agriculture: 1913-14 (1913)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Short course in agriculture: 1914-15 (1914)

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University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture Short course in agriculture: 1916-1917 (1916)

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University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture The short course in agriculture: 1920-21 (1920)

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University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture The short course in agriculture: 1922-23 (1922)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture The short course in agriculture: 1923-24 (1923)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture A farm course for farm boys (1924)

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture. Dept. of Agricultural Economics Cooperation principles and practices: the application of cooperation to the assembling, processing and marketing of farm products, to the purchase of farm supplies and consumers' goods and to credit and insurance ([1937])

University of Wisconsin. Dept. of Agricultural Journalism 22 community building advertisements : use them to bring your bank greater prestige, increased goodwill, more business ([1930])

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University of Wisconsin. Dept. of Genetics Genotype: "building issue": Issue 45 (1962)

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University of Wisconsin. Dept. of Rural Sociology Rural youth in northwest Wisconsin : Pierce County (1942)

University of Wisconsin. Extension Service Planning agricultural extension work in Wisconsin : a series of discussions on extension projects and their significance to the improvement of county agricultural programs of work (1938)

Upham, Mary Cornelia Kelley, 1843-1912 The lumber camp report of the Wisconsin W.C.T.U.: for winter 1891-92 ([1892])

Voskuil, W. C. Annual report of W. C. Voskuil, county agricultural agent of Grant County, Wisconsin: 1938-1939 ([1939])

Waupaca County Agricultural Agent's annual report: 1944 (1944)

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Weaver, Melinda A. (Melinda Ann), 1813-1886 Memories of early days (1876)

Whitbeck, R. H., 1871-1939 (Ray Hughes) The geography of the Fox-Winnebago valley (1915)

Whitbeck, R. H., 1871-1939 (Ray Hughes) The geography and economic development of southeastern Wisconsin (1921)

Wilde, S. A. 1898- (Sergius Alexander) Forest soils : origin, properties, relation to vegetation, and silvicultural management (1941)

Wileden, Arthur F. Citizen's survey of rural social conditions in Kenosha County, Wisconsin (1931)

Wisconsin Laws relating to the protection of state lands from trespass : together with rules and regulations (1878)

Wisconsin Advancement Association Remarks in support of bills, 247A and 524A, which provide for a revised edition of Dean Henry's hand-book of Wisconsin, and a larger appropriation to the State Board of Immigration; and against bills 186A and 208A, which attempt to abolish the State Board of Immigration ([1911])

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association First annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association held at Madison, Wis., Feb. 5, 6, 1903. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1903)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Second annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., Feb. 3, 4, 1904. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1904)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Third annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., Feb. 8, 9, 1905. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1905)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Fourth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., Feb. 8, 9, 1906. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1906)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Fifth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., Feb. 7, 8, 1907. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1907)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Sixth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison Wis., February 6, 7, 1908. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1908)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Seventh annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., February 11, 12, 1909. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1909)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Eighth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., February 4, 5, 1910. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1910)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Ninth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., January 13, 14, 1911. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1911)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Tenth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association annual meeting : Madison, Wis., January 26, 27, 1912. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1912)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Eleventh annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association annual meeting : Madison, Wis., January 10, 11, 1913. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the assocation and others interested in progressive agriculture (1913)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Twelfth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association annual meeting : Madison, Wis., January 9, 10, 1914. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1914)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Thirteenth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1915)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Fourteenth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association with Fourth annual report of Alfalfa Order. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1916)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Fifteenth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association with Fifth annual report of Alfalfa Order. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1917)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Sixteenth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association with Sixth annual report of Alfalfa Order. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1918)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Seventeenth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association with Sixth annual report of Alfalfa Order. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture (1918)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Eighteenth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association with Sixth annual report of Alfalfa Order. Address of president, secretary's report, and account of the association's activities in promoting progressive agriculture (1920)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Nineteenth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association with Seventh annual report of Alfalfa Order. Address of president, secretary's report, and account of the association's activities in promoting progressive agriculture (1921)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Twentieth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association with Tenth annual report of Alfalfa Order. Address of president, secretary's report, and account of the association's activities in promoting progressive agriculture (1922)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Wisconsin's opportunity with alfalfa. Twenty-first annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wisconsin ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Progress with field crops. Twenty-second annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wisconsin ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Progress with field crops. Twenty-third and twenty-fourth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wisconsin ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association A quarter of a century of crop improvement in Wisconsin. Twenty-fifth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wisconsin ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Education for crop improvement. Twenty-sixth and twenty-seventh annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association Report of the Wisconsin Experiment Association : 1929-1934. Harvesting reed canary grass seed ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station in cooperation with soil conservation service and bureau of agricultural economics, United States Department of Agriculture Fifth annual farm business report (March 1938 to March 1939) (March 1938 to March 1939)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station in cooperation with soil conservation service and bureau of agricultural economics, United States Department of Agriculture Sixth annual report of the Coon Creek farm account work: Coon Valley, Wisconsin. Part 1--small farms (January 1939 to January 1940): Part 1 (January 1939 to January 1940)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station in cooperation with soil conservation service and bureau of agricultural economics, United States Department of Agriculture Sixth annual report of the Coon Creek farm account work: Coon Valley, Wisconsin. Part 2--large farms (January 1939 to January 1940): Part 2 (January 1939 to January 1940)

Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station in cooperation with soil conservation service and bureau of agricultural economics, United States Department of Agriculture Seventh annual report of the Coon Creek farm account work: Coon Valley, Wisconsin. Part 1--small farms (January 1940 to January 1941): Part 1 (January 1940 to January 1941)

United States Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service Division of Economic Research and the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station Eighth annual report: Coon Creek farm account work. La Crosse, Monroe, and Vernon Counties, 1941 (1942)

United States Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service Economic Research and the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station Ninth annual report: Coon Creek farm account work. La Crosse, Monroe, and Vernon Counties, 1942 (February 1943)

United States Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service Division of Economic Research and the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station Tenth annual report: Coon Creek farm account work. La Crosse, Monroe, and Vernon Counties, 1943 (May 1944)

Wisconsin and its opportunities : illustrated by photographs taken in northern Wisconsin ([1905?])

Wisconsin bankers' farm bulletin (1913-1919)

Wisconsin boys' and girls' clubs leaders hand book ([19//])

Wisconsin butter factories and cheese factories (1918-1919)

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association First annual report of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Madison, Wisconsin, January 14th, 15th and 16th, 1902 (1902)

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Second annual report of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Waukesha, Wisconsin, February 24th, 25th and 26th, 1903 (1903)

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Third annual report of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Eau Claire, Wisconsin, February 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 1904 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Fourth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, February 21, 22, 23, 1905 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the fifth annual convention of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Madison, Wisconsin, January 9-12, 1906 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the sixth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Wausau, Wisconsin, February 5-8, 1907 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the seventh annual meeting of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Feburary 11, 12, 13 and 14, 1908 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the eighth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Eau Claire, Wisconsin, February 9, 10, 11 and 12, 1909 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the ninth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, February 1st, 2nd and 3d [3rd], 1910 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the tenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at La Crosse, Wisconsin, January 31, February 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 1911 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the eleventh annual meeting of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Green Bay, Wisconsin , February 6-9, 1912 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the twelfth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, February 4-6, 1913 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the thirteenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Madison, Wisconsin, Feb. 3-5, 1914 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the fourteenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, Feb. 2-4, 1915 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the fifteenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Feb. 1-3, 1916 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the sixteenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Sparta, Wisconsin, Dec. 5-7, 1917 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the joint convention of the National Creamery Buttermakers' Association and the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 9-10-11, 1917 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the nineteenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Butter Makers' Association : held at Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Feb. 4-6, 1919 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the nineteenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Butter Makers' Association : held at La Crosse, Wisconsin, Feb. 10-12, 1920 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Proceedings of the twentieth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Butter Makers' Association : held at Madison, Wisconsin, Nov. 9-11, 1920 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Wisconsin Butter Makers' Association : Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, October 4, 1938 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Wisconsin Buttermakers Convention : 1939 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Wisconsin Butter Makers' Association : Organized February 21, 1901, incorporated December 27, 1902, reorganized November 10, 1920 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Report Wisconsin Butter Makers Association 41st annual convention : La Crosse, Wisconsin, October 7, 8, 9, 1941 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association Wisconsin Butter Makers convention ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Central Railroad Company (1871-1899) Der Staat Wisconsin und die Ländereien der Wisconsin Central Eisenbahn Gesellschaft (1880)

Wisconsin cheese factories, creameries and condenseries by counties: and dairy statistics (1913)

Wisconsin Cheesemakers' Association Fifth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cheesemakers' Association, held at Madison, Wis., February 4 and 5, 1897 (1897)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Sixth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association held in the Assembly Chamber, State capitol Building, Madison, Wisconsin, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, February 2, 3, and 4, 1898 (1898)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Seventh annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association held in the Assembly Chamber, State capitol Building, Madison, Wisconsin, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, Feb. 1, 2, 3, 1899 (1899)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Eighth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association held in the Assembly Chamber, State Capitol Building, Madison, Wisconsin, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Feb. 7, 8, 9, 1900 (1900)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Ninth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association held in the Convention Room, State Capitol Building, Madison, Wisconsin, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, Jan. 23, 24, 25, 1901 (1901)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Tenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association held in the Convention Rooms, Republican House, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, January 8, 9 and 10, 1902 (1902)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Eleventh annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association held in the Convention Rooms, Republican House, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, January 7, 8 and 9, 1903 (1903)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Twelfth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association held in the Convention Rooms, Republican House, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Thursday and Friday, January 6, 7 and 8, 1904 (1904)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Thirteenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association held in the Convention Rooms, Republican House, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, January 4, 5 and 6, 1903 (1905)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Fourteenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association held in the Convention Rooms, Republican House, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, January 3, 4 and 5, 1906 (1906)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Fifteenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association held in the Convention Rooms, Republican House, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, January 9, 10 and 11, 1907 (1907)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Sixteenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association held in the Freie Gemeinde Hall, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, January 8, 9 and 10, 1908 (1908)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Nineteenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association held in the Freie Gemeinde Hall, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, January 11, 12 and 13, 1911 (1911)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Twentieth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association held in the Convention Room, Republican House, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, January 10, 11 and 12, 1912 (1912)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association annual conventions 1913-14-15 assembled in its twenty-first annual convention in Milwaukee January 8, 9, 10, 1913, its twenty-second annual convention in Milwaukee January 7, 8, and 9, 1914; and its twenty-third annual convention in Milwaukee January 6, 7 and 8, 1915 (1913?)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association annual conventions 1916-17-18 assembled in its twenty-fourth annual convention in Milwaukee, January 5, 6, 7, 1916; its twenty-fifth annual convention in Fond du Lac, January 10, 11 and 12, 1917; and its twenty-sixth annual convention in Milwaukee, January 9, 10 and 11, 1918 (1918)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association annual convention, 1919 assembled in its twenty-seventh annual convention in the Milwaukee Auditorium, January 8, 9 and 10, 1919 (1919)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association annual convention 1920 assembled in its twenty-eighth annual convention in the Milwaukee Auditorium, January 7, 8 and 9, 1920 (1920)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association annual convention 1921 assembled in its twenty-ninth annual convention in the Milwaukee Auditorium, January 4, 5 and 6, 1921 (1921)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association annual convention 1922 assembled in its thirtieth annual convention in the Milwaukee Auditorium, January 11, 12 and 13, 1922 (1922)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association annual convention 1923 assembled in its thirty-first annual convention in the Milwaukee Auditorium, January 10, 11 and 12, 1923 (1923)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association annual convention January 9, 10, 11, 1924 assembled in the Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1924)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association thirty-third annual convention December 10, 11, 12, 1924 assembled in the Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1925)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association thirty-fourth annual convention December 9, 10, 11, 1925 assembled in the Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1926)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association thirty-fifth annual convention December 15, 16, 17, 1926 assembled in the Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1927)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association thirty-sixth annual convention December 14, 15, 16, 1927 assembled in the Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1928)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association thirty-seventh annual convention November 21, 22, 1928 assembled in the Columbus Community Club Building Green Bay, Wisconsin (1929)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association thirty-eighth annual convention December 4, 5, 6, assembled in the Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1930)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association thirty-ninth annual convention December 3, 4, 5, 1930 assembled in the Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1931)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association fortieth annual convention November 18, 19, 1931 forty-first annual convention November 16, 17, 1932 assembled in the Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1933)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association forty-second annual convention November 15, 16, 1933 assembled in the Eagles Auditorium Sheboygan, Wisconsin (1934)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association forty-third annual convention November 14, 15, 1934 assembled in the Eagles Auditorium Sheboygan, Wisconsin (1935)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association forty-fourth annual convention November 13, 14, 1935 assembled in the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin (1936)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association forty-fifth annual convention November 11, 12, 13, 1936 assembled in the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin (1937)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the forty-sixth annual convention of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association assembled in the Columbus Community Club in the city of Green Bay, Wisconsin, November 17 and 18, 1937 (1938)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the forty-seventh annual convention of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association assembled in the Milwaukee Auditorium in the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November 9 and 10, 1938 (1939)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the forty-eighth annual convention of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association assembled in the County Service Building in the city of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, November 16 and 17, 1939 (1939)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the forty-ninth annual convention of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association assembled in the Vande Vaart Theatre Building in the city of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, November 13 and 14, 1940 (1940)

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the fiftieth annual convention of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association assembled in the Armory E. Building in the city of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, November 12 and 12, 1941 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Proceedings of the 51st annual convention of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association cheers for victory assembled in the Amory E Building in the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, November 10, 11 and 12, 1942 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association proceeding of the 52nd annual meeting and war problems conference held at the city of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin Armory "E" November 9, 10, 11, 1943 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association proceeding of the 53rd annual meeting and post-war cheese clinic held at the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin Hotel Schroeder Oct. 31, November 1, 2, 1944 ([date unknown])

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Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Tenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Sheboygan, Wis., January 11-13, 1882. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests (1882)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Eleventh annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Elk-horn, Wis., January 31, and February 1 and 2, 1883. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests (1883)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Twelfth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Lake Mills, Wis., January 16, 17 and 18, 1884. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests (1884)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Thirteenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Arcadia, Wis., February 24, 25 and 26, 1885. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests (1885)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Fourteenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Richland Center, Wis., January 26, 27 and 28, 1886. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests (1886)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Fifteenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Assocation : held at Sparta, Wis., February 8, 9 and 10, 1887. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests (1887)

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Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Seventeenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Augusta, Wis., February 20, 21, 22, 1889. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests (1889)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Eighteenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Columbus, Wis., February 12, 13, 14, 1890. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests (1890)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Nineteenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Berlin, Wis., February 11, 12, and 13, 1891. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests (1891)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Twentieth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Oshkosh, Wis., February 10, 11 and 12, 1892. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1892)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Twenty-first annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Waupaca, Wis., February 15, 16, and 17, 1893. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1893)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Twenty-second annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Neenah, Wisconsin, February 14, 15 and 16, 1894. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1894)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Twenty-third annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at New London, Wisconsin, February 13, 14 and 15, 1895. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1895)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Twenty-fourth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, February 12, 13 and 14, 1896. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discusions relating to the dairy interests (1896)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Twenty-fifth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Edgerton, Wis., February 10, 11 and 12, 1897. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1897)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Twenty-sixth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Manitowoc, Wis., February 9, 10 and 11, 1898. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1898)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Twenty-seventh annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Green Bay, Wis., February 15, 16 and 17, 1899. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1899)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Twenty-eighth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Watertown, Wis., February 13, 14, 15 and 16, 1900. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1900)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Twenty-ninth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Mondovi, Wis., February 13, 14 and 15, 1901. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1901)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Thirtieth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Menomonie, Wis., February 11, 12, 13, and 14, 1902. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1902)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Thirty-first annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Fond du Lac, Wis., February 11, 12 and 13, 1903. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1903)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Thirty-second annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Platteville, Wis., February 10, 11 and 12, 1904. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1904)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Thirty-third annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held and Wausau, Wis., February 8, 9 and 10, 1905. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1905)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Thirty-fourth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Waukesha, Wis., January 31, February 1 and 2, 1905. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1906)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Thirty-fifth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Tomah, Wis., February 20, 21, and 22 1907. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussion relating to the dairy interests (1907)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Thirty-sixth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Monroe, Wis., March 11, 12 and 13, 1908. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1908)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Thirty-seventh annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Barron, Wis., February 10, 11 and 12, 1909. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1909)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Thirty-eighth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at West Salem, Wis., February 9, 10 and 11, 1910. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests. (1910)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Thirty-ninth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Neenah, Wis., February 8, 9, 10, 1911. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1911)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Fortieth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Beloit, Wis., November, 1911. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1912)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Forty-first annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Ashland, Wis., December 10, 11 and 12, 1912. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests (1913)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Forty-second annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association: held at Antigo, Wis., Dec, 2, 3, and 4, 1913. Abridged report of proceedings, addresses and discussions (1917)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Forty-third annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Ladysmith, Wis., December 1, 2, and 3, 1914 (1917)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Forty-fourth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Hillsboro, Wis., December 1, 2, and 3, 1915. Abridged report of the proceedings, addresses and discussions (1917)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Forty-fifth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Waupaca, Wis., December 5, 6, and 7, 1916. Abridged report of the proceedings, addresses and discussions (1917)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Fifty-fourth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association, 1926 (1926)

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Fifty-fifth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : the accomplishments of cow testing in Wisconsin the past year and the problems confronting its future (1927)

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Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Wisconsin Dairymen's Association year book 1936 (1936)

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Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Wisconsin Dairymen's Association year book 1939 (1939)

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Wisconsin Dairymen's Association Wisconsin Dairymen's Association year book 1943 (1943)

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Wisconsin Development Authority Wisconsin gets a power program : a story of the WDA (1938)

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Wisconsin. Emergency Relief Administration Drought relief circular letters, series "DRCL", October, 1933-October, 1934 (October 1933/October 1934)

Wisconsin. Emergency Relief Administration Rural rehabilitaton [circular letters] (1934)

Wisconsin. Emergency Relief Administration Rural rehabilitation [bulletins] (1934)

Wisconsin. Emergency Relief Administration Rural division bulletins, series "WRD", October, 1934-June, 1935 (October 1934/June 1935)

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The Wisconsin farmer, and northwestern cultivator: Vol. 2 (1850)

Wisconsin and Iowa farmer, and northwestern cultivator: Vol. 3 (1851)

Wisconsin farmer and northwestern cultivator: Vol. 4 (1852)

Wisconsin and Iowa farmer, and northwestern cultivator: Vol. V (1853)

Wisconsin and Iowa farmer, and northwestern cultivator: Vol. VI (1854)

Wisconsin and Iowa farmer, and northwestern cultivator: Vol. VII (1855)

The Wisconsin farmer, and northwestern cultivator; a monthly journal, devoted to agriculture, horticulture, mechanics and rural economy: Volume VIII (1856)

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Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers' Association. Forty-sixth annual meeting, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, January 14, 1933. Forty-sixth summer meeting, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, August 16, 1932 (1932-1933)

Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers' Association. Forty-seventh annual meeting, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, December 14, 1933. Forty-seventh summer convention, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, August 8, 1933 (1933)

Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers' Association. Forty-eighth annual meeting, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., December 5, 1934. Forty-eighth summer convention, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., August 14, 1934 (1934)

Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers' Association. Forty-ninth annual meeting, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., December 10, 1935. Forty-ninth summer convention, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., August 20, 1935 (1935)

Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers' Association. Fiftieth annual meeting, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, December 16, 1936. Fiftieth summer meeting, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, August 18, 1936. Fifty-first annual meeting, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, January 20, 1938. Fifty-first summer meeting, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, August 9, 1937 (1936-1938)

Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers' Association ([date unknown])

Wisconsin State Drainage Association Proceedings of first annual convention of the Wisconsin State Drainage Association. Madison, Wisconsin: December, 9-11, 1914 (1914)

Wisconsin State Drainage Association Proceedings of second annual convention of the Wisconsin State Drainage Association. Grand Rapids, Wisconsin: January 19-21, 1916 (1916)

Wisconsin State Drainage Association Proceedings of third annual convention of the Wisconsin State Drainage Association. Madison, Wisconsin, March 27, 28 and 29, 1917. Also report of field meeting, Racine: October 10 and 11, 1916 (1917)

Wisconsin State Drainage Association Fourth report of the Wisconsin State Drainage Association. Containing the more important proceedings and extracts of some of the papers and discussions from January, 1918 to December, 1920 (1920)

Wisconsin State Drainage Association Wisconsin State Drainage Association: fifth report, February 1925 (1925)

Wisconsin State Drainage Association Sixth report Wisconsin State Drainage Association with proceedings of the twelfth annual convention held at Park Hotel, Madison, Wis., February 16 and 17, 1926 (1926)

Wisconsin State Drainage Association Seventh report Wisconsin State Drainage Association with proceedings of the thirteenth annual convention held at Park Hotel, Madison, Wis., March 2 and 3, 1927 (1927)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Index to the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions [and reports, 1859-1918] (1932)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the years 1864-5-6-7-8 ; with a short historical sketch since its organization (1868 [covers 1864/1868])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1869 (1870 [covers 1869])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Proceedings, essays and reports at the annual winter meetings, held at Madison, Feb. 1, 2 and 3, 1870 and Feb. 7, 8 and 9, 1871 (1871 [covers 1870/1871])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, held at Madison, February 7th, 8th, and 9th, 1871 ([date unknown])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Proceedings, essays and reports at the annual winter meeting held at Madison, February 6, 7, and 8, 1872 (1872)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Proceedings, essays and reports at the annual winter meeting held at Madison, February 4, 5, 6 and 7, 1873 (1873)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Proceedings, essays and reports at the annual winter meeting. Held at Madison, February 3, 4 and 5, 1874 (1874)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Proceedings, essays, and reports at the annual winter meeting, held at Madison, February 2, 3, and 4, 1875 (1875)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Proceedings, essays, and reports at the annual winter meeting, held at Madison, February 1, 2, and 3, 1876 (1876)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Essays, discussions and reports at the annual winter meeting, held at Madison, Wis., February 6-9, 1887: Vol. VII (1877)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, including addresses and papers presented, and proceedings at the summer and winter meetings of the year 1878-9: Vol. VIII and IX (1879 [covers 1878/1879])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society including addresses and papers presented, and proceedings at the summer and winter meetings of the year 1879-80: Vol. X (1880 [covers 1879/1880])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society including addresses and papers presented, and proceedings at the summer and winter meetings of the year 1880-81: Vol. XI (1881 [covers 1880/1881])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, including addresses and papers presented, and proceedings at the summer and winter meetings of the year 1881-2: Vol. XII (1882 [covers 1881/1882])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, including addresses and papers presented, and proceedings at the summer and winter meetings of the year 1882-3: Vol. XIII (1884 [covers 1882/1883])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, including addresses and papers presented, and proceedings at the summer and winter meetings of the year 1883-4: Vol. XIV (1884 [covers 1883/1884])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, including addresses and papers presented, and proceedings at the summer and winter meetings, for the year 1884-5: Vol. XV (1885 [covers 1884/1885])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society including addresses and papers presented, and proceedings at the summer, autumn and winter meetings, for the year 1885-6: Vol. XVI (1886 [covers 1885/1886])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society including addresses and papers presented, and proceedings at the summer and winter meetings for the year 1886-7: Vol. XVII (1887 [covers 1886/1887])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Wisconsin State Horticultural Society transactions. Including addresses and papers presented and proceedings of the summer and winter meetings for the year 1887: Vol. XVIII (1888 [covers 1887])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Annual report for the year 1888, including addresses and papers, with verbatim discussions specially reported, together with reports from county societies: Vol. XIX (1889 [covers 1888])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society embracing the full proceedings of the meeting held at Sparta June 19-20, 1889; also the annual meeting held at Madison, February 4-7, 1890, together with reports from committee on observation, etc., etc.: Vol. XX (1890 [covers 1889/1890])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society embracing papers read and discussions thereon at the semi-annual meeting held in Black River Falls June 26-27, 1890. Also at Madison June 2-6, 1891: Vol. XXI (1891 [covers 1890/1891])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1891. Embracing full proceedings of the semi-annual meeting held at Kilbourn City June 23-24, 1891, and the annual meeting held at Madison, Wis., February 2-5, 1892: Vol. XXII (1892 [covers 1891/1892])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1892. Semi-annual meeting at Baraboo June 29-30, annual meeting at Madison February 7, 8, 9, 1893: Vol. XXIII (1893 [covers 1892/1893])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the years 1893-94. Semi-annual meeting at Kilbourn City, June 20 and 21, 1893. Annual meeting at Madison, February 6, 7 and 8, 1894: Vol. XXIV (1894 [covers 1893/1894])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the years 1894-95. Semi-annual meeting at Madison, June 21 and 22, 1894. Annual meeting at Madison, February 5, 6, 7 and 8, 1895: Vol. XXV (1895 [covers 1894/1895])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the years 1895-96. Annual meeting at Madison, February 4, 5, 6 and 7, 1896. Semi-Annual meeting at Waupaca June 16 and 17, 1896.: Vol. XXVI (1896 [covers 1895/1896])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1897. Annual meeting at Madison, February 2, 3, 4 and 5, 1897. Semi-annual meeting at Omro June 22 and 23, 1897: Vol. XXVII (1897)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1898. Annual meeting at Madison, February 1, 2, 3 and 4, 1898. Semi-annual meeting at Appleton, June 23 and 24, 1898: Vol. XXVIII (1898)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1899. Annual meeting at Madison, February 7, 8, 9 and 10. Semi-annual meeting at Eureka, June 22 and 23: Vol. XXIX (1899)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1900. Annual meeting at Madison, February 5, 6, 7 and 8. Semi-annual meeting at Wausau, June 20 and 21: Vol. XXX (1900)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1901. Annual meeting at Oshkosh, January 15, 16 and 17. Semi-annual meeting at Madison, August 27 and 28: Vol. XXXI (1901)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1902. Annual meeting at Madison, February 4, 5 and 6. Semi-annual meeting at Waupaca, June 5 and 6: Volume XXXII (1902)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1903. Annual meeting at Madison, February 3, 4, 5. Semi-annual meeting at Omro, August 27: Vol. XXXIII (1903)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1904. Annual meeting at Madison, February 2, 3, 4, 5: Vol. XXXIV (1904)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1905: Vol. XXXV (1905)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1906: Vol. XXXVI (1906)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1907: Vol. XXXVII (1907)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1908: Volume XXXVIII (1908)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1909: Vol. XXXIX (1909)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1910: Volume XL, Part II (1910)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1911: Vol. XLI, Part I (1911)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1912: Vol. XLII, Part I (1912)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1913: Vol. XLIII, Part I (1913)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1914: Vol. XLIV (1914)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1915: Vol. XLV (1915)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1916: Vol. XLVI (1916)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1917: Vol. XLVII (1917)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1918: Vol. XLVIII (1918)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1919: Vol. XLIX (1919)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1920: Vol. L (1920)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1921: Vol. LI (1921)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1922: Vol. LII (1922)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1923: Vol. LIII (1923)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1924: Vol. LIV (1924)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1925: Vol. LV (1925)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Supplement to Wisconsin Horticulture: proceedings of the annual convention held at Eau Claire, Nov. 18, 19, 20, 1925 and supplementary information: No. LVI (1926 [covers 1925])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Combined annual reports of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the years ending July 1, 1927 and July 1, 1928: Vol. LVII ([date unknown])

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the purpose of disseminating the horticultural information collected through the agency of the society: Vol. I, No. 1 (March 1896)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the purpose of disseminating the horticultural information collected through the agency of the society: Vol. I, No. 2 (April 1896)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the purpose of disseminating the horticultural information collected through the agency of the society: Vol. I, No. 3 (May 1896)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. I, No. 4 (June 1896)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the purpose of disseminating the horticultural information collected through the agency of the society: Vol. I, No. 5 (July 1896)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the purpose of disseminating the horticultural information collected through the agency of the society: Vol. I, No. 6 (August 1896)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the purpose of disseminating the horticultural information collected through the agency of the society: Vol. I, No. 7 (September 1896)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the purpose of disseminating the horticultural information collected through the agency of the society: Vol. I, No. 8 (October 1896)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the purpose of disseminating the horticultural information collected through the agency of the society: Vol. I, No. 9 (November 1896)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the purpose of disseminating the horticultural information collected through the agency of the society: Vol. I, No. 10 (December 1896)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the purpose of disseminating the horticultural information collected through the agency of the society: Vol. I, No. 11 (January 1897)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the purpose of disseminating the horticultural information collected through the agency of the society: Vol. I, No. 12 (February 1897)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information: Vol. II, No. 1 (March 1897)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information: Vol. II, No. 2 (April 1897)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information: Vol. II, No. 3 (May 1897)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information: Vol. II, No. 4 (June 1897)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information: Vol. II, No. 5 (July 1897)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information: Vol. II, No. 6 (August 1897)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information: Vol. II, No. 7 (September 1897)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information: Vol. II, No. 8 (October 1897)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information: Vol. II, No. 9 (November 1897)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information: Vol. II, No. 10 (December 1897)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information: Vol. II, No. 11 (January 1898)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information: Vol. II, No. 12 (February 1898)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. III, No. 1 (March 1898)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. III, No. 2 (April 1898)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. III, No. 3 (May 1898)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. III, No. 4 (June 1898)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. III, No. 5 (July 1898)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. III, No. 6 (August 1898)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. III, No. 7 (September 1898)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. III, No. 9 (November 1898)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. III, No. 10 (December 1898)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. III, No. 11 (January 1899)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. III, No. 12 (February 1899)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. IV, No. 1 (March 1899)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. IV, No. 2 (April 1899)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. IV, No. 3 (May 1899)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. IV, No. 4 (June 1899)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. IV, No. 5 (July 1899)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. IV, No. 6 (August 1899)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. IV, No. 7 (September 1899)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. IV, No. 8 (October 1899)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. IV, No. 9 (November 1899)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. IV, No. 10 (December 1899)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. IV, No. 11 (January 1900)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. IV, No. 12 (February 1900)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. V, No. 1 (March 1900)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. V, No. 2 (April 1900)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. V, No. 3 (May 1900)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. V, No. 5 (July 1900)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. V, No. 6 (August 1900)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. V, No. 7 (September 1900)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. V, No. 8 (October 1900)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. V, No. 9 (November 1900)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. V, No. 10 (December 1900)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. V, No. 11 (January 1901)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. V, No. 12 (February 1901)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VI, No. 1 (March 1901)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VI, No. 2 (April 1901)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VI, No. 3 (May 1901)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VI, No. 4 (June 1901)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VI, No. 5 (July 1901)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VI, No. 6 (August 1901)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VI, No. 7 (September 1901)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VI, No. 8 (October 1901)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VI, No. 10 (December 1901)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VI, No. 11 (January 1902)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VI, No. 12 (February 1902)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VII, No. 1 (March 1902)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VII, No. 2 (April 1902)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VII, No. 3 (May 1902)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VII, No. 4 (June 1902)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VII, No. 5 (July 1902)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VII, No. 6 (August 1902)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VII, No. 7 (September 1902)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VII, No. 8 (October 1902)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VII, No. 9 (November 1902)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VII, No. 10 (December 1902)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VII, No. 11 (January 1903)

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society The Wisconsin horticulturist: Vol. VII, No. 12 (February 1903)

Wisconsin. State Veterinarian Third annual report of the state veterinarian (1888)

Wisconsin. State Veterinarian Fourth annual report of the state veterinarian of the state of Wisconsin (1888)

Wisconsin. State Veterinarian Biennial report of the state veterinarian of the state of Wisconsin for the period ending October 31, 1890 (1890)

Wisconsin. State Veterinarian Report of the state veterinarian of the state of Wisconsin. 1900 (1901)

Wisconsin Teachers Association Our small enrollment rural schools ([1935])

Wisconsin's changing population (1942)

Wisconsin state horticultural society bulletin: Bulletin (March 1903/April 1910)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. I (September 1910/August 1911)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. II (September 1911/August 1912)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. III (September 1912/August 1913)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. IV (September 1913/August 1914)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. V (September 1914/August 1915)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. VI (September 1915/August 1916)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. VII (September 1916/August 1917)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. VIII (September 1917/August 1918)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. IX (September 1918/August 1919)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. X (September 1919/August 1920)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XI (September 1920/August 1921)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XII (September 1921/August 1922)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XIII (September 1922/August 1923)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XIV (September 1923/August 1924)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XVI (September 1925/August 1926)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XVII (September 1926/August 1927)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XVIII (September 1927/August 1928)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XVIX (September 1928/August 1929)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXI (September 1930/August 1931)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXII (September 1931/July-August 1932)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXIII (September 1932/July-August 1933)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXIV (September 1933/July-August 1934)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXV (September 1934/July-August 1935)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXVI (September 1935/July-August 1936)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXVII (September 1936/July-August 1937)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXVIII (September 1937/July-August 1938)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXIX (September 1938/July-August 1939)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXX (September 1939/July-August 1940)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXXI (September 1940/July-August 1941)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXXII (September 1941/July-August 1942)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXXIII (September 1942/July-August 1943)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXXIV (September 1943/July-August 1944)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXXV (September 1944/July-August 1945)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXXVI (September 1945/July-August 1946)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXXVII (September 1946/July-August 1947)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXXVIII (September 1947/July-August 1948)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XXXIX (September 1948/August 1949)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XL (September 1949/August 1950)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XLI (September 1950/August 1951)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XLII (September 1951/August 1952)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XLIII (September 1952/August 1953)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XLIV (September 1953/June 1954)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XLV (August 1954/June 1955)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol. XLVI (August 1955/June 1956)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol.XLVII (August 1956/June 1957)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol.XLVIII (August 1957/November 1957)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol.XLVIII (May 1963/May 1964)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol.XLIX (June 1964/August 1965)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol.L (September 1965/August 1966)

Wisconsin horticulture: Vol.LI (September 1966/January 1967)

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, with an abstract of the correspondence of the secretary: Vol. I (1851)

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, with portions of the correspondence of the secretary: Vol. II (1852)

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, with portions of the correspondence of the secretary: Vol. III (1853)

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, with reports of county societies, and kindred associations: Vol. V (1858-1859)

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, with an abstract of the returns of county societies and kindred associations together with reports on the industry of counties: Vol. VI (1860)

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, with the report of the state horticultural society, and condensed report on the international exhibitions of 1862 and 1867: Vol. VII (1861-1868)

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, with the report of the state horticultural society, and tabular abstracts of the reports of county agricultural societies: Vol. VIII (1869)

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, with tabular abstracts of the reports of county agricultural societies and numerous practical papers and communications: Vol. X (1871)

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, including a full report of the state agricultural convention, held in February 1873, and numerous practical papers and communications: Vol. XI (1872-1873)

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, including a full report of the state agricultural convention, held in February 1874, and numerous practical papers and communications: Vol. XII (1873-1874)

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, including a full report of the state agricultural convention, held in January, 1875, and numerous practical papers and communications: Vol. XIII (1874-1875)

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, including a full report of the state agricultural convention, held in February, 1876, and numerous practical papers and communications: Vol. XIV (1875-1876)

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Wisconsin State Agricultural Society Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society together with addresses and papers presented at the annual farmers' state convention held in the rooms of the society, in the capitol at Madison, February, 1893: Vol. XXXI (1893)

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Wisconsin beekeeping: Vol. 1 (January, 1924/December, 1924)

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Defnet, Mary A.; Ducat, Jean; Eggerickx, Thierry; Poulain, Michel From Grez-Doiceau to Wisconsin : contribution à l'étude de l'émigration wallonne vers les États-Unis d'Amérique au XIXème siècle (1986)

Ducat, Jean Passagers Belges partis vers l'Amerique en 1856 (1997)

Ducat, Jean Brabançons au Nouveau Monde : contribution à l'étude de l'émigration de Belgique méridionale vers les Amériques au 19e siècle (2000)

Ault, William, 1832-1888 Civil War papers, 1864-1865: SC 2750, Box 3 ([unpublished])

The transcriptions of a diary and letters to family in Green County, Wis. written by Private Ault, November 1864-October 1865, while serving in the 14th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, Company D, primarily in Alabama; expressing his faith in God and affection for family, and criticism of the army into which he was drafted unwillingly. The transcriptions are title "Two Unwilling Soldiers" and were complied by Raymond Buker in 1980. Additional materials from this collection are available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Bennett, James Letters, 1862-1863: SC 2480 ([unpublished])

Six letters written by James Bennett of Madison, Wis., while serving as a private in Company A of the 23rd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (the "Madison Zouaves"). The letters are addressed to his wfie and daughter and cover the period Sept. 17, 1862 through Feb. 1, 1863. Bennett expresses his love and concern for his wife and daughter, writes about his health, and describes his unit's movements. Also included is a letter from a relative to Mrs. Bennett expressing concern for James' wounds received on an expedition up the Arkansas River, for which he was discharged from military duty. Envelopes from these letters are available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Bennett, Van S. Civil War papers, 1861-1864: Wis Mss 48S ([unpublished])

Diaries (1863-1864) of Captain Van S. Bennett of Company I, 12th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, giving accounts of the Siege of Vicksburg and other campaigns while a member of Sherman's army in Mississippi and Georgia, and his observations of the activities of the Union soldiers he served with. Also included are his notebook containing various accounts, orders for equipment, and lists of wounded. Additionall an Orderly Sergeant's roll book for Company I (1861-1862) is available at Wisconsin Historical Society.

Billings, Sara Letters, 1864: Wis Mss 182S ([unpublished])

Three letters, written August 20, September 2 and 21, 1864, by Sara Billings of Woodlawn, Wisconsin, to her brother, Captain Levi Billings of Company K, 28th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, containing details of everyday life and family members' activities.

Canright, Solomon, 1842- Civil War diary, 1863, 1865: File 1863 Febr. 23 ([unpublished])

Typewritten copy of the Civil War diary of Private Solomon Canright, Company A, 28th Regiment Wisconsin Vaolunteer Infantry, including clothing prices and a list of deaths, discharges, and desertions in Company A.

Currier, Horace, 1832-1863 Papers, 1861-1863: Wis Mss 111S ([unpublished])

Typewritten copies of letters written by Corporal Horace Currier, Company I, 7th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, to his brother Edwin, describing his army experiences serving in Virginia; and copy of a diary, 1863, with brief entries including notes on his experiences at the Battle of Gettysburg, being taken prisoner, and final illness. Originals are in private possession.

Eggleston, Henry S. Papers, 1840-1862: Mss 16, Box 2, Folder 2 ([unpublished])

Papers of Henry S. Eggleston, a former businessman and postmaster of Appleton, Wis., and a commissioned officer in the "Ripon Guards" (Company B) of the 1st Wisconsin Cavalry Regiment. The collection consists primarily of correspondence with Eggleston's wife written during his Civil War service. These document conditions at Camp Harvey (Kenosha, Wis.), tensions among officers, the difficulties in training cavalry troops, and the work of hunting Confederates around Bloomfield, Mo. The letter dated August 5, 1862 describes a pitched battle between 100 members of the 1st Cavalry and 600 Texas Rangers about eight miles from Marianna, Ark. The collection also includes photocopies of a few pages from Eggleston's diaries for 1861 and 1862, the telegram notifying his unit of his death, memorials on his death, his will, and photocopies of his commissions. Additional materials from this collection are available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Eggleston, Henry S. Papers, 1840-1862: Mss 16, Box 2, Folder 3 ([unpublished])

Papers of Henry S. Eggleston, a former businessman and postmaster of Appleton, Wis., and a commissioned officer in the "Ripon Guards" (Company B) of the 1st Wisconsin Cavalry Regiment. The collection consists primarily of correspondence with Eggleston's wife written during his Civil War service. These document conditions at Camp Harvey (Kenosha, Wis.), tensions among officers, the difficulties in training cavalry troops, and the work of hunting Confederates around Bloomfield, Mo. The letter dated August 5, 1862 describes a pitched battle between 100 members of the 1st Cavalry and 600 Texas Rangers about eight miles from Marianna, Ark. The collection also includes photocopies of a few pages from Eggleston's diaries for 1861 and 1862, the telegram notifying his unit of his death, memorials on his death, his will, and photocopies of his commissions. Additional materials from this collection are available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Eggleston, Henry S. Papers, 1840-1862: Mss 16, Box 2, Folder 4 ([unpublished])

Papers of Henry S. Eggleston, a former businessman and postmaster of Appleton, Wis., and a commissioned officer in the "Ripon Guards" (Company B) of the 1st Wisconsin Cavalry Regiment. The collection consists primarily of correspondence with Eggleston's wife written during his Civil War service. These document conditions at Camp Harvey (Kenosha, Wis.), tensions among officers, the difficulties in training cavalry troops, and the work of hunting Confederates around Bloomfield, Mo. The letter dated August 5, 1862 describes a pitched battle between 100 members of the 1st Cavalry and 600 Texas Rangers about eight miles from Marianna, Ark. The collection also includes photocopies of a few pages from Eggleston's diaries for 1861 and 1862, the telegram notifying his unit of his death, memorials on his death, his will, and photocopies of his commissions. Additional materials from this collection are available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Eggleston, Henry S. Papers, 1840-1862: Mss 16, Box 2, Folder 5 ([unpublished])

Papers of Henry S. Eggleston, a former businessman and postmaster of Appleton, Wis., and a commissioned officer in the "Ripon Guards" (Company B) of the 1st Wisconsin Cavalry Regiment. The collection consists primarily of correspondence with Eggleston's wife written during his Civil War service. These document conditions at Camp Harvey (Kenosha, Wis.), tensions among officers, the difficulties in training cavalry troops, and the work of hunting Confederates around Bloomfield, Mo. The letter dated August 5, 1862 describes a pitched battle between 100 members of the 1st Cavalry and 600 Texas Rangers about eight miles from Marianna, Ark. The collection also includes photocopies of a few pages from Eggleston's diaries for 1861 and 1862, the telegram notifying his unit of his death, memorials on his death, his will, and photocopies of his commissions. Additional materials from this collection are available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Eggleston, Henry S. Papers, 1840-1862: Mss 16, Box 2, Folder 6 ([unpublished])

Papers of Henry S. Eggleston, a former businessman and postmaster of Appleton, Wis., and a commissioned officer in the "Ripon Guards" (Company B) of the 1st Wisconsin Cavalry Regiment. The collection consists primarily of correspondence with Eggleston's wife written during his Civil War service. These document conditions at Camp Harvey (Kenosha, Wis.), tensions among officers, the difficulties in training cavalry troops, and the work of hunting Confederates around Bloomfield, Mo. The letter dated August 5, 1862 describes a pitched battle between 100 members of the 1st Cavalry and 600 Texas Rangers about eight miles from Marianna, Ark. The collection also includes photocopies of a few pages from Eggleston's diaries for 1861 and 1862, the telegram notifying his unit of his death, memorials on his death, his will, and photocopies of his commissions. Additional materials from this collection are available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Eggleston, Henry S. Papers, 1840-1862: Mss 16, Box 2, Folder 7 ([unpublished])

Papers of Henry S. Eggleston, a former businessman and postmaster of Appleton, Wis., and a commissioned officer in the "Ripon Guards" (Company B) of the 1st Wisconsin Cavalry Regiment. The collection consists primarily of correspondence with Eggleston's wife written during his Civil War service. These document conditions at Camp Harvey (Kenosha, Wis.), tensions among officers, the difficulties in training cavalry troops, and the work of hunting Confederates around Bloomfield, Mo. The letter dated August 5, 1862 describes a pitched battle between 100 members of the 1st Cavalry and 600 Texas Rangers about eight miles from Marianna, Ark. The collection also includes photocopies of a few pages from Eggleston's diaries for 1861 and 1862, the telegram notifying his unit of his death, memorials on his death, his will, and photocopies of his commissions. Additional materials from this collection are available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Estabrooks, Elisha Henry, 1844- Letters, 1862: SC 1083 ([unpublished])

The original letters and a typewritten transcript of correspondence between Private Elisha Henry Estabrooks, Co. B, 35th Regiment Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, and his family in Fond du Lac, Wis., including many details on the health problems he experienced while stationed in the South. Additional materials from this collection are available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Felker, Charles W., 1834-1901 Letters, 1865: SC 2026 ([unpublished])

Letters by Captain Charles W. Felker, Company A, 48th Regiment Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, to his wife in Omro, Wis.; written from Camp Washburn in Milwaukee, Wis. and various forts in Kansas, detailing everyday life in camp and on the march, and mentioning buffalo hunts, a camp newspaper he started, and a bout with typhoid fever.

Francois, Jules Poem, 1862: M94-394 ([unpublished])

Typed transcription of a patriotic poem written by Jules Francois, a member of the 6th Wisconsin Light Artillery Battery, while at Camp Utley, Racine, Wis. in 1862. Additional materials from this collection are available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Giles, Emerson F. Papers, 1861-1863: SC 726 ([unpublished])

Six items concerning Captain Giles' Civil War service in Co. D, 7th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, including two letters to his family in Stoughton, Wisconsin; an invitation to a social dance at the Pavilion House in Stoughton; instructions on dressing a wound; and a letter from a Washington D. C. woman who desired to make his acquaintance.

Wisconsin. Governor Letters and papers of Mrs. Cordelia Harvey, 1862-1864: Series 63 ([unpublished])

Papers received by the executive office relative to the activities of Mrs. Cordelia Harvey as state military agent for the Western Division of the Union Army, including correspondence concerning sick and wounded Wisconsin soldiers, construction of army hospitals, and requests for aid; her financial reports; lists of goods received from the Western Sanitary Commission; and reports of army surgeons, forwarded by Mrs. Harvey, listing Wisconsin soldiers in hospitals. Also included are copies of the above correspondence and of articles about Mrs. Harvey, typed in 1910-1914, plus three 1910 letters from acquaintances or relatives of Mrs. Harvey.

Wisconsin. Governor Letters and papers of Mrs. Cordelia Harvey, 1862-1864: Series 63 ([unpublished])

Papers received by the executive office relative to the activities of Mrs. Cordelia Harvey as state military agent for the Western Division of the Union Army, including correspondence concerning sick and wounded Wisconsin soldiers, construction of army hospitals, and requests for aid; her financial reports; lists of goods received from the Western Sanitary Commission; and reports of army surgeons, forwarded by Mrs. Harvey, listing Wisconsin soldiers in hospitals. Also included are copies of the above correspondence and of articles about Mrs. Harvey, typed in 1910-1914, plus three 1910 letters from acquaintances or relatives of Mrs. Harvey.

Wisconsin. Governor Letters and papers of Mrs. Cordelia Harvey, 1862-1864: Series 63 ([unpublished])

Papers received by the executive office relative to the activities of Mrs. Cordelia Harvey as state military agent for the Western Division of the Union Army, including correspondence concerning sick and wounded Wisconsin soldiers, construction of army hospitals, and requests for aid; her financial reports; lists of goods received from the Western Sanitary Commission; and reports of army surgeons, forwarded by Mrs. Harvey, listing Wisconsin soldiers in hospitals. Also included are copies of the above correspondence and of articles about Mrs. Harvey, typed in 1910-1914, plus three 1910 letters from acquaintances or relatives of Mrs. Harvey.

Wisconsin. Governor Letters and papers of Mrs. Cordelia Harvey, 1862-1864: Series 63 ([unpublished])

Papers received by the executive office relative to the activities of Mrs. Cordelia Harvey as state military agent for the Western Division of the Union Army, including correspondence concerning sick and wounded Wisconsin soldiers, construction of army hospitals, and requests for aid; her financial reports; lists of goods received from the Western Sanitary Commission; and reports of army surgeons, forwarded by Mrs. Harvey, listing Wisconsin soldiers in hospitals. Also included are copies of the above correspondence and of articles about Mrs. Harvey, typed in 1910-1914, plus three 1910 letters from acquaintances or relatives of Mrs. Harvey.

Hinkley, Lucius Dwight, 1834-1907 Papers, 1844-1905: Wis Mss 33S, Folder 1 ([unpublished])

Primarily Civil War papers of Lieutenant Hinkley, Waupun, Wisconsin, of the 10th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, Company K, including correspondence relating to his company; a diary; letters to his family, some written from Libby Prison; and a number of essays written by Hinkley in his later years, recounting experiences at Libby Prison and prison escape attempts, a return to Gettysburg in 1888, and battle descriptions of Stone River, Chickamauga, and Chaplin Hills (Perryville). Additional materials, mostly military records of the Waupun rifles (Company K of the Wisconsin 10th regiment) and a school certificate are available in original form at Wisconsin Historical Society.

Hinkley, Lucius Dwight, 1834-1907 Papers, 1844-1905: Wis Mss 33S, Folder 2 ([unpublished])

Primarily Civil War papers of Lieutenant Hinkley, Waupun, Wisconsin, of the 10th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, Company K, including correspondence relating to his company; a diary; letters to his family, some written from Libby Prison; and a number of essays written by Hinkley in his later years, recounting experiences at Libby Prison and prison escape attempts, a return to Gettysburg in 1888, and battle descriptions of Stone River, Chickamauga, and Chaplin Hills (Perryville). Additional materials, mostly military records of the Waupun rifles (Company K of the Wisconsin 10th regiment) and a school certificate are available in original form at Wisconsin Historical Society.

Hinkley, Lucius Dwight, 1834-1907 Papers, 1844-1905: Wis Mss 33S, Folder 3 ([unpublished])

Primarily Civil War papers of Lieutenant Hinkley, Waupun, Wisconsin, of the 10th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, Company K, including correspondence relating to his company; a diary; letters to his family, some written from Libby Prison; and a number of essays written by Hinkley in his later years, recounting experiences at Libby Prison and prison escape attempts, a return to Gettysburg in 1888, and battle descriptions of Stone River, Chickamauga, and Chaplin Hills (Perryville). Additional materials, mostly military records of the Waupun rifles (Company K of the Wisconsin 10th regiment) and a school certificate are available in original form at Wisconsin Historical Society.

Huntley, Reuben Letters, 1861-1862 ([unpublished])

Johnson, John A. Letters, 1861, 1866: Wis Mss 237S ([unpublished])

Typescript copies of correspondence relating to recruiting men of Norwegian descent for Colonel Hans Heg's 15th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, September-October 1861, including several to or from Heg; also a letter regarding a regimental reunion, 1866.

Ladies' Union League (Madison, Wis.) Papers, 1862-1864: File 1862 ([unpublished])

Papers related to a woman's organization in Madison, Wis., that handled claims for money for Wisconsin soldiers and their families, donated food to hospitals for the sick, and corresponded with wounded soldiers during the Civil War; consisting of letters from hospitalized soldiers and others.

McCann, John W. Civil War letters, 1863-1865: Wis Mss 59S ([unpublished])

Two letters written from Vicksburg, Mississippi and Memphis, Tennessee by Private John W. McCann, Company B, 2nd Wisconsin Cavalry Regiment, to his mother in which he comments on drinking and gambling among the officers and President Lincoln's assassination. Additional materials from this collection are available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Moore, William, P., 1827-1862 Civil War diary, 1861-1862: Wis Mss 124S ([unpublished])

Diary, September 7, 1861-June 26, 1862, of Captain William Moore, Company G, 10th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, describing the organization of the company from the Jackson County Rifles, and the history of its movements and battles in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Alabama until the time of Moore's death; includes observations on slavery and the effects of war. Additional material from this collection are available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Otter, William Letters, 1864: M77-283 ([unpublished])

Four letters, written in February and October, 1864, by Private William Otter, Co. D, 1st Wisconsin Cavalry, to his sister. He describes the wounds suffered in battle, the lack of rations, rumors about the war cirulating through camp, and writes poetically about the coming of peace. Otter's unit was in Tennessee at the time the letters were written.

Redington, Edward S. Papers, 1862-1867: Wis Mss EQ, Folder 1 ([unpublished])

Civil War papers of Captain Redington, Company D, 28th Regiment Wisconsin Infantry, consisting of typewritten copies of letters written in 1862 and 1863 to his wife at Whitewater, Wis. Additional materials from this collection are available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Redington, Edward S. Papers, 1862-1867: Wis Mss EQ, Folder 2 ([unpublished])

Civil War papers of Captain Redington, Company D, 28th Regiment Wisconsin Infantry, consisting of typewritten copies of letters written in 1862 and 1863 to his wife at Whitewater, Wis. Additional materials from this collection are available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Reed, Elisha Rice, 1835- Papers, 1861-1862: Wis Mss 115S ([unpublished])

Writings of Elisha R. Reed, Company H, 2nd Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, consisting of a journal, July 1861-May 1862, written while a prisoner at Tuscaloosa, Alabama and Salisbury, North Carolina; and an essay titled "General Lee at Gettysburg". Additional materials, a diary from 1863 too fragile to scan, is available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Richards, Robert, 1844- Civil War letters, 1862-1865: Wis Mss 75S ([unpublished])

Letters written by Private Robert Richards, Company E, 18th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, to his sister, Caroline Richards, describing his life in the army including his internment at Superior, Wis. as a paroled prisoner of war.

Taylor, Henry Clay, 1838?-1864 Papers, 1858-1865, 1895: SC 331, Folder 2 ([unpublished])

Papers of and concerning Henry Clay Taylor from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, in 1861 a private in Company A, 1st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment, and in 1862-1864 a lieutenant in Company A, 21st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The papers relate chiefly to his army service in the Eastern theater of war, capture at Chickamauga, 1863, imprisonment at Libby Prison, and illness and death in Charleston, S.C.; including details on daily life in the Army of the Cumberland, espionage, guerrilla activity, and conditions at Libby Prison. Additional military records and materials relating to Taylor's schooling before the war are available in original form at Wisconsin Historical Society.

Taylor, Henry Clay, 1838?-1864 Papers, 1858-1865, 1895: SC 331, Folder 3 ([unpublished])

Papers of and concerning Henry Clay Taylor from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, in 1861 a private in Company A, 1st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment, and in 1862-1864 a lieutenant in Company A, 21st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The papers relate chiefly to his army service in the Eastern theater of war, capture at Chickamauga, 1863, imprisonment at Libby Prison, and illness and death in Charleston, S.C.; including details on daily life in the Army of the Cumberland, espionage, guerrilla activity, and conditions at Libby Prison. Additional military records and materials relating to Taylor's schooling before the war are available in original form at Wisconsin Historical Society.

Taylor, Henry Clay, 1838?-1864 Papers, 1858-1865, 1895: SC 331, Folder 4 ([unpublished])

Papers of and concerning Henry Clay Taylor from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, in 1861 a private in Company A, 1st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment, and in 1862-1864 a lieutenant in Company A, 21st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The papers relate chiefly to his army service in the Eastern theater of war, capture at Chickamauga, 1863, imprisonment at Libby Prison, and illness and death in Charleston, S.C.; including details on daily life in the Army of the Cumberland, espionage, guerrilla activity, and conditions at Libby Prison. Additional military records and materials relating to Taylor's schooling before the war are available in original form at Wisconsin Historical Society.

Taylor, Henry Clay, 1838?-1864 Papers, 1858-1865, 1895: SC 331, Folder 5 ([unpublished])

Papers of and concerning Henry Clay Taylor from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, in 1861 a private in Company A, 1st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment, and in 1862-1864 a lieutenant in Company A, 21st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The papers relate chiefly to his army service in the Eastern theater of war, capture at Chickamauga, 1863, imprisonment at Libby Prison, and illness and death in Charleston, S.C.; including details on daily life in the Army of the Cumberland, espionage, guerrilla activity, and conditions at Libby Prison. Additional military records and materials relating to Taylor's schooling before the war are available in original form at Wisconsin Historical Society.

Taylor, Henry Clay, 1838?-1864 Papers, 1858-1865, 1895: SC 331, Folder 6 ([unpublished])

Papers of and concerning Henry Clay Taylor from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, in 1861 a private in Company A, 1st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment, and in 1862-1864 a lieutenant in Company A, 21st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The papers relate chiefly to his army service in the Eastern theater of war, capture at Chickamauga, 1863, imprisonment at Libby Prison, and illness and death in Charleston, S.C.; including details on daily life in the Army of the Cumberland, espionage, guerrilla activity, and conditions at Libby Prison. Additional military records and materials relating to Taylor's schooling before the war are available in original form at Wisconsin Historical Society.

Taylor, Henry Clay, 1838?-1864 Papers, 1858-1865, 1895: SC 331, Folder 7 ([unpublished])

Papers of and concerning Henry Clay Taylor from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, in 1861 a private in Company A, 1st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment, and in 1862-1864 a lieutenant in Company A, 21st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The papers relate chiefly to his army service in the Eastern theater of war, capture at Chickamauga, 1863, imprisonment at Libby Prison, and illness and death in Charleston, S.C.; including details on daily life in the Army of the Cumberland, espionage, guerrilla activity, and conditions at Libby Prison. Additional military records and materials relating to Taylor's schooling before the war are available in original form at Wisconsin Historical Society.

Taylor, Henry Clay, 1838?-1864 Papers, 1858-1865, 1895: SC 331, Folder 8 ([unpublished])

Papers of and concerning Henry Clay Taylor from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, in 1861 a private in Company A, 1st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment, and in 1862-1864 a lieutenant in Company A, 21st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The papers relate chiefly to his army service in the Eastern theater of war, capture at Chickamauga, 1863, imprisonment at Libby Prison, and illness and death in Charleston, S.C.; including details on daily life in the Army of the Cumberland, espionage, guerrilla activity, and conditions at Libby Prison. Additional military records and materials relating to Taylor's schooling before the war are available in original form at Wisconsin Historical Society.

Taylor, Henry Clay, 1838?-1864 Papers, 1858-1865, 1895: SC 331, Folder 9 ([unpublished])

Papers of and concerning Henry Clay Taylor from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, in 1861 a private in Company A, 1st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment, and in 1862-1864 a lieutenant in Company A, 21st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The papers relate chiefly to his army service in the Eastern theater of war, capture at Chickamauga, 1863, imprisonment at Libby Prison, and illness and death in Charleston, S.C.; including details on daily life in the Army of the Cumberland, espionage, guerrilla activity, and conditions at Libby Prison. Additional military records and materials relating to Taylor's schooling before the war are available in original form at Wisconsin Historical Society.

Taylor, Henry Clay, 1838?-1864 Papers, 1858-1865, 1895: SC 331, Folder 11 ([unpublished])

Papers of and concerning Henry Clay Taylor from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, in 1861 a private in Company A, 1st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment, and in 1862-1864 a lieutenant in Company A, 21st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The papers relate chiefly to his army service in the Eastern theater of war, capture at Chickamauga, 1863, imprisonment at Libby Prison, and illness and death in Charleston, S.C.; including details on daily life in the Army of the Cumberland, espionage, guerrilla activity, and conditions at Libby Prison. Additional military records and materials relating to Taylor's schooling before the war are available in original form at Wisconsin Historical Society.

Tubbs, Peter Stillman Cottrell, 1841-1919 Letters, 1863-1865: SC 3006 ([unpublished])

Civil War letters, with typewritten copies, written home to Neosho, Wisconsin by Private Peter Tubbs, Co. I, 29th Regiment Wisconsin Infantry, including comments on officers speculating on cotton, soldiers' health and drinking, the troops' reception by Negroes in Louisiana, and other topics; also includes a brief Family Record of Peter Tubbs' parents and siblings.

Cartwright, Carol Lohry; Shaffer, Scott; Waller, Randal City on the Rock River : chapters in Janesville's history (1998)

DuPre’, Mike Century of stories : a 100 year reflection of Janesville and surrounding communities (2000)

Fenrick, Raymond E.; Morgan, Edward J. History of Janesville (1969)

Janesville (Wis.). (341) Janesville Fire Department: souvenir published in the interest of the Firemen's Relief Association (1902)

The "Janesville Fire Department Souvenir Album," a quality book published in 1902 by the local newspaper for the Firemen's Relief Association, is not only a pictorial history of 19th century Janesville firemen and their horse drawn fire fighting equipment but also gives a portrait of some residences, street scenes, and the many businesses that they protected. Business interiors are a significant feature and include a large number of local saloons and beer halls in addition to Janesville retail and manufacturing interiors and exteriors.Some of the textual material includes professional advertising cards of physicians, dentists, and many businesses. Two pages provide a 50-year historical sketch of Janesville firefighting history, and the last sixteen pages include the bulk of textual material listing local officeholders. Besides commentary on the economic, social, spiritual, and educational Janesville of the time, historical Janesville and vicinity events from 1835-1902 are listed, including details of church organizations. City and county officials, local postmasters, Rock County representatives in state and territorial government and the location of Janesville fire alarm boxes are detailed, as well as the details of labor and fraternal society organizations and state fairs held in Janesville.

Pierce, Janice Kay The Janesville public library : a centennial history, 1884-1984 (1984)

Stevens, J. V. Medical history of Janesville, Wis.: 1833-1933 (1933)

Wise, George W. Picturesque Janesville : Illustrated (1888)

A pictorial collection of Janesville residences, schools, churches, street scenes, bridges and dams. Many of these structures no longer exist. The author's note states: "In presenting this work of Art to the public, permit me to say that in many respects it differs from any work ever offered to the people of Janesville. It is different not only as a work of Art but in the style of illustrations, and is a fair specimen of advanced photography, known among artists as Photo-Graveure, or Photo-Mechanical Printing, being printed on ordinary printing press from negatives taken by myself. This collection embraces our most prominent buildings, residences and the scenery surrounding our home. In making the collection an effort has been made to select views that would be a fair representation of the best. It would have been a pleasure to me could I have enlarged the size of this work, but in such a case it would have been too expensive to be within the reach of many. In offering you 'Picturesque Janesville,' I give you a work of Art, believing that those who possess it would prefer looking else where for a descriptive history of our city than have its pages encumbered with printed matter."

Zellie, Carole; Janesville Historic Commission The Benton Avenue Historic District : a guide (1995)

Guidebook for a walking tour in the Benton Avenue area of Janesville. Historic and architectural descriptions of residences and businesses are provided. Written and designed by Carole Zellie of Landscape Research, St. Paul, Minnesota, for the Janesville Historic Commission.

Zellie, Carole; Janesville Historic Commission; Landscape Research (Firm) The Columbus Circle Historic District : A Guide (2005)

Guidebook for a walking tour in the Columbus Circle neighborhood of Janesville. Historic and architectural descriptions of residences and businesses are provided. Written and designed by Carole Zellie of Landscape Research, St. Paul, Minnesota, for the Janesville Historic Commission.

Zellie, Carole; Janesville Historic Commission Courthouse Hill Historic District : a guide (1986)

Guidebook for a Janesville walking tour. Historic and architectural descriptions of residences and businesses are provided. Written and designed by Carole Zellie of Landscape Research, St. Paul, Minnesota, for the Janesville Historic Commission.

Zellie, Carole; Janesville Historic Commission Look West Historic District : a guide (1987)

Guidebook for a Janesville walking tour. Historic and architectural descriptions of residences and businesses are provided. Written and designed by Carole Zellie of Landscape Research, St. Paul, Minnesota, for the Janesville Historic Commission.

Zellie, Carole; Janesville Historic Commission; Landscape Research (Firm) Main and Milwaukee : a guide to Janesville's downtown historic districts (1989)

Guidebook for a Janesville walking tour. Historic and architectural descriptions of residences and businesses are provided. Written and designed by Carole Zellie of Landscape Research, St. Paul, Minnesota, for the Janesville Historic Commission.

Zellie, Carole; Landscape Research (Firm); Janesville Historic Commission The Old Fourth Ward Historic District : a guide (1990)

Guidebook for a walking tour in the Old Fourth Ward area of Janesville. The area extends from the southwest edge of downtown to the Rock River. Historic and architectural descriptions of residences and businesses are provided. Written and designed by Carole Zellie of Landscape Research, St. Paul, Minnesota, for the Janesville Historic Commission.

Zellie, Carole; Janesville Historic Commission The Prospect Hill & Conrad Cottages historic districts : a guide (1992)

Guidebook for a walking tour in the Prospect Hill and Conrad Cottage area of Janesville. Historic and architectural descriptions of residences and businesses are provided. Written and designed by Carole Zellie of Landscape Research, St. Paul, Minnesota, for the Janesville Historic Commission.

A. Bailey's Beloit directory, city record [and] business advertiser, for 1862 (1862)

A. Bailey's Janesville directory, city record [and] business advertiser, for 1862 (1862)

Art work of Rock County (1893)

The Art work of Rock County consists primarily of photographs of Janesville, Beloit and Edgerton, Wisconsin, including public and commercial buildings, Rock River scenic views, residences, dirt road street scenes, churches, schools and miscellaneous other images. Many of the structures no longer exist. Approximately 21 percent of the book's pages present unique photos of the territorial and pre-territorial history of Rock County, Wisconsin, and the Rock River area. Indian mound and prehistory locations and descriptions, area Indian village locations, Indian treaties affecting the area, and information about Chief Black Hawk's local movement during the 1832 war are included in the textual material. History of the earliest territorial settlement of the Rock River area includes details of the system of unwritten border law pertaining to squatter's claims, earliest steamboat and railroad development, early settlers, and town development. Textual information concludes in 1861 at the beginning of the Civil War.

The Beloit directory, and business mirror, containing the names of citizens, a business directory, state record, and an appendix of much useful information ([1858])

Chas O. Eble & Co.'s Janesville city directory for 1884-85: embracing a complete list of business firms, private citizens, with place of business and residence, and a miscellaneous directory of the city, county officers, churches, schools, banks, incorporated companies, benevolent institutions, literary, millinery, secret, and other societies, a complete street directory, telephone directory, etc., to which is added a complete classified business directory of Janesville (1884)

The pagination appears to skip pages 11-24 and 47-62. A comparison with other copies indicates that nothing appears to be missing.

...city directory, history, and business advertiser, for 1859---1860 (1859)

Hardie & Scharle's Janesville city directory 1894-95: comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens - miscellaneous directory, city and county officers, public and private schools, churches, banks, secret and benevolent societies, also a new and complete street and avenue guide (1895)

Headlight, souvenir edition : Janesville, Wis. : Headlight, a journal of progress and development (1896/05)

The "Headlight Souvenir Edition: Janesville, Wis." was a special issue (volume 10, no. 4, May 1896) of the serial publication "Headlight : a Journal of Progress and Development." The "Headlight" was designed to attract new business and new residents to Janesville. It was "intended to set forth the advantages of Janesville, Wisconsin, as an industrial location, as a place of residence and various lines of effort" with a "pictorial part ... show[ing] a few of its many beauties." In an era when Janesville's population was 15,000, highlights include a brief history of the city, biographical capsules of the mayor, councilmen, and leading citizens, a summary of public schools and the Wisconsin School for the Blind, early newspapers, financial institutions, and a leading Wisconsin law firm of the time. Hotels, including the Myers House which was "one of the oldest and most widely known hotels in the Northwest," are featured. Manufacturing companies and other businesses are described, including those for corn planters, carriages, knitting and woolen mills, beverages, transportation, and farm machinery. Many photographs feature business interiors as well as exteriors. Janesville was also the center for the Wisconsin tobacco market with related industries. The "Headlight" also claims Janesville as "the commercial center of Southern Wisconsin" and typically describes the city's virtues.

History of Janesville (1935)

A history of Janesville, Wisconsin from 1835-1935, from yearbook "Phoenix" of 1935

Holland's Janesville city directory, for 1870-71, containing an historical sketch of the city, and complete list of all the residents. Also a classified business directory, with the name and address of the merchants, manufacturers and professional men &c. ([1870])

Pages 57-59 repeat

Janesville city directory and business advertiser, for 1866 (1866)

The pagination begins with page 18. A comparison with other copies indicates that nothing appears to be missing. Includes a Beloit Business Directory. Includes the newly approved (April 12, 1866) City of Janesville Charter. Alphabetization on pages 55 and 57 is out of standard order. Advertisements appear on even numbered pages in the alphabetical listings for A-O, while directory information is on the odd numbered pages.

Janesville city directory, 1880. Comprising a complete list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, secret and benevolent societies etc., etc. (1880)

The pagination begins with page 18. A comparison with other copies indicates that nothing appears to be missing.

Janesville city directory, 1889, with a compendious street directory (1889)

The foldout Janesville City map is missing. The pagination begins with page 62. A comparison with other copies indicates that nothing appears to be missing.

Janesville city directory, 1889-90. Comprising an alphabetical list of names, editorials and business department, a list of churches, schools societies and organizations, street directory, population, etc. (1889)

Janesville city directory, 1892-93, with a compendious street directory and map (1892)

The pagination begins with page 30. A comparison with other copies indicates that nothing appears to be missing.

Janesville city directory for 1902-03 comprising a complete list alphabetically arranged of business firms and private citizens: a miscellaneous directory of state, county and city officers, city schools, churches, banks, societies, etc. ([1902])

Proverbial quotes begin each lettered section.

The Janesville directory, and business mirror, containing the names of citizens, a business directory, state record, and an appendix of much useful information ([1858])

Janesville's early history (ca. 1950s-1960s)

Osborne's 1900-'1 Beloit city directory comprising an alphabetical list of names, editorial and business department, a list of churches, schools, societies and organizations, etc. (1900)

The pagination begins with page 30. A comparison with other copies indicates that nothing appears to be missing.

Osborne's 1900-'1 Janesville city directory comprising an alphabetical list of names editorial and business department, a list of churches, schools, societies and organizations, etc. (1900)

Owen's Janesville city, Rock County gazetteer, and directory: containing a complete city directory of Janesville; an alphabetical directory of the farmers and land owners of Rock County; also, a classified business directory, to which is added historical and descriptive sketches of Janesville, Beloit, Evansville, Edgerton, Milton, Milton Junction, Clinton Junction, Footville, Hanover, Emerald Grove, and other towns in the county (1876)

Pryor & Co.'s Janesville city directory, 1878-9. Comprising an alphabetical list of citizens, a classified business directory, lists of city and county officers, churches, schools, societies, streets and wards (1878)

The pagination begins with page 40. The verso of page 105 is numbered 196. Page 141 numbered as 151. A comparison with other copies indicates that nothing appears to be missing.

Pryor & Co.'s La Crosse city directory, 1878-9. Comprising an alphabetical list of citizens, a classified business directory, lists of city and county officers, churches, schools, societies, streets and wards (1878)

The pagination begins with page 40. A comparison with other copies indicates that nothing appears to be missing.

Reflections from a warming house window ([2001?])

Rock County gazetteer, directory and business advertiser, for 1857-8: containing a full directory of the cities of Janesville and Beloit, and a list of the property holders in the rural districts (1857)

The pagination begins with page 16. A comparison with other copies indicates that nothing appears to be missing. The pagination appears to skip pp. 29-58. A comparison of numerous copies revealed no missing pages.

Cadman, Bernice The History of the Janesville public schools (1959)

Howe, Cecelia Janesville public schools 1959-1976: Part II (1976)

Nickol, Marian Janesville public schools 1977-1980: Part III (1981)

Weaver, Jean; Weaver, Dick A brief history of the Janesville public schools 1980-1987 ([1988?])

Wright's directory of Rock County for 1896-7 comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified business directory; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc. (1896)

Also contains Wright's Directory of Beloit, Edgerton, Evansville, Clinton, and rural areas of Rock County. Township officials are listed first, then residents of the small communities, followed by the townships' farmers. The Rock Country business directory lists businesses by type no matter where the business was located. The pagination begins with page 16. A comparison with other copies indicates that nothing appears to be missing.

Wright's directory of Janesville for 1898-99 comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc., etc. (1898)

The pagination begins with page 18; other than the missing covers and pages 1, 2 and 221, which are listed in the index to advertisements, no other information appears to be missing.

Wright's directory of Janesville for 1903 comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified business directory; a miscellaneous directory; and a street directory of householders and business firms (1903)

Pages 2 and 313 which contain advertisements as listed in the index to advertisements are missing. Also, pagination skips from 76 to 97, but no information appears to be missing.

Wright's directory of Rock County for 1905 comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified business directory; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc. (1904)

Directory including Janesville, Beloit, Edgerton, Evansville, Clinton, Milton, and rural areas of Rock County. The pagination begins with page 17. A comparison with other copies indicates that nothing appears to be missing. The Rock County business directory lists businesses by type no matter where the business was located. Listing of Rock County farmers is a single alphabetical listing no matter where the farm is located.

Wright's directory of Janesville for 1907 comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified business directory; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc., etc. (1906)

Wright's directory of Rock County for 1909 comprising an alphabetical arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified business directory; a numerical street directory; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc. (1909)

Directory includes Janesville, Beloit, Edgerton, Evansville, Clinton, Milton, and rural areas of Rock County. The Rock County business directory lists businesses by type no matter where the business was located. Listing of Rock County farmers is a single alphabetical listing no matter where the farm is located. This volume is missing the covers and page 2 which have advertisements listed in the advertisement index.

Wright's directory of Janesville for 1911 comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified business directory; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc., etc. (1910)

The pagination begins with page 7. A comparison with other copies indicates that nothing appear to be missing.

Wright's directory of Janesville for 1913 comprising an alphabetical arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified business directory; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc., etc. (1912)

The pagination begins with page 7. Pages 2-4 are missing; these pages contain advertisements as listed in the index to advertisements.

Wright's directory of Janesville for 1915 comprising an alphabetical arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified business directory; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc., etc. (1914)

Wright's directory of Janesville for 1917 comprising an alphabetical arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified business directory; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc., etc. (1917)

Pages 2-5 are missing; these pages contain advertisements as listed in the index to advertisements.

[Wright's directory of Rock County for 1919 comprising an alphabetical arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified business directory; a numerical street directory; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc.] ([1919])

Pagination begins at page 7. Covers and title page are missing. Page 2, also missing, is listed in the index to advertisements. Some pages have margins cut off due to the originial tight binding.

Wright's Janesville city directory, 1921, containing an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens, a miscellaneous directory of city, county and village officers, banks, buildings, churches, incorporated companies, schools, secret and benevolent, trade and social organizations, etc., an improved street and avenue guide and householders directory and a complete classified business directory: "the buyers' guide" (1921)

Page 3 is missing as listed in the index to advertisements.

Wright's Janesville city directory, 1923, containing an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens, a miscellaneous directory of the city, county and village officers, banks, buildings, churches, incorporated companies, schools, secret and benevolent, trade and social organizations, etc.: an improved street and avenue guide and householders directory, a buyers' guide and a complete classified business directory (1923)

Wright's Janesville city directory, 1925, containing an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens, a miscellaneous directory of the city, county and village officers, banks, buildings, churches, incorporated companies, schools, secret and benevolent, trade and social organizations, etc.: an improved street and avenue guide and householders directory, a buyers' guide and a complete classified business directory (1925)

Wright's Janesville city directory, 1927, containing an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens, a miscellaneous directory of the city, county and village officers, banks, buildings, churches, incorporated companies, schools, secret and benevolent, trade and social organizations, etc.: an improved street and avenue guide and householders directory, a buyers' guide and a complete classified business directory (1927)

Wright's Janesville (Wisconsin) city directory, 1929, containing an alphabetical directory of business concerns and private citizens, a directory of householders, office buildings and business places, including a complete street and avenue guide and much information of a miscellaneous character; also a buyers' guide and a complete classified business directory (1929)

Wright's Janesville (Wisconsin) city directory, 1931, containing an alphabetical directory of business concerns and private citizens, a directory of householders, occupants of office buildings and other business places, including a complete street and avenue guide and much information of a miscellaneous character; also a buyers' guide and a complete classified business directory (1931)

Wright's Directory Company Wright's directory of Appleton for 1887-8 comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers; the public and private schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc., etc. (1887-1888)

Wright's Directory Company Wright's directory of Appleton for 1891-92 comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc. (1891-1892)

Wright's Directory Company Wright's directory of Appleton for 1893-94 comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc. (1893-1894)

Wright's Directory Company Wright's Appleton city directory 1925. Containing an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens of Appleton, a miscellaneous directory of city, county and village officers, banks, buildings, churches, colleges, schools, secret and benevolent, trade and social organizations, etc. Also improved street and avenue guide, and householders' directory of Appleton, a "buyers' guide" and a complete classified business directory (1925)

Foote, C. M. 1849-1899. (Charles M.); Brown, Walter S. Plat book of Outagamie County, Wisconsin (1889)

Land ownership maps for Outagamie County in 1889.

Morrow and Gillett Morrow and Gillett's Appleton city directory, for 1889-90. Comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers; the public and private schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc., etc. (1889-1890)

Commemorative biographical record of the Fox River Valley counties of Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago : containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families (1895)

Pioneers' Association (Outagamie County, Wis.) Record of the pioneers of Outagamie County, Wisconsin : also an appendix containing the minutes and records of the Pioneer Association since our annual meeting of 1895 (1898)

Biographical sketches and photos of many residents of settlements in Outagamie County in 1895.

W. W. Hixson and Co. Plat book of Outagamie County, Wisconsin (1900/1981?)

Land ownership maps for Outagamie County. No specific date is given, but it is estimated to be around 1910.

Geo. A. Ogle and Co. Standard atlas of Outagamie County, Wisconsin : including a plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county. Map of the state, United States, and world. Patrons directory, reference business directory, and departments devoted to general information. Analysis of the system of the U.S. Land Surveys, digest of the system of civil government, etc. etc. (1917)

Land ownership maps for Outagamie County in the year 1917.

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 1 (January 16, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 2 (January 23, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 3 (January 30, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 4 (February 7, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 5 (February 14, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 6 (February 21, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 7 (February 28, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 8 (March 7, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 9 (March 14, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 10 (March 21, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 11 (March 28, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 12 (April 4, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 13 (April 11, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 14 (April 18, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 16 (May 2, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 17 (May 9, 1930)

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Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 19 (May 23, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 20 (May 29, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 21 (June 6, 1930)

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Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 24 (June 27, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 25 (July 3, 1930)

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Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 18, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 28 (July 25, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 29 (August 1, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 30 (August 8, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 31 (August 15, 1930)

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Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 35 (September 9 [10], 1930)

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Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 40 (October 17, 1930)

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Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 42 (October 28, 1930)

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Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 45 (November 18, 1930)

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Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 47 (December 2, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 48 (December 9, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 49 (December 16, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 50 (December 23, 1930)

Appleton review: Vol. 1, no. 52 (January 6, 1931)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 1 (October 24, 1930)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 2 (October 31, 1930)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 3 (November 7, 1930)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 4 (November 18 [14], 1930)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 5 (November 21, 1930)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 6 (November 28, 1930)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 7 (December 5, 1930)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 8 (December 12, 1930)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 9 (December 19, 1930)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 10 (December 26, 1930)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 12 (January 9, 1931)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 13 (January 16, 1931)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 14 (January 23, 1931)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 15 (January 30, 1931)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 16 (February 6, 1931)

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Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 26 (April 17, 1931)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 27 (April 24, 1931)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 28 (May 1, 1931)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 29 (May 8, 1931)

Week-end review: Vol. 1, no. 30 (May 15, 1931)

Connelly, Robert M. Atlas of Outagamie County, Wisconsin. 1942 (1942)

Land ownership maps for Outagamie County, Wisconsin, in 1942.

Outagamie County (Wis.) State Centennial Committee Land of the fox, saga of Outagamie County ([1949])

Our first 100 years, 1857-1957 ([1957])

Historic building survey, Appleton, WI (1978)

City of Appleton 1989 historic sites inventory (1989)

The Appleton review. Appleton's 75th anniversary celebration and George Washington bicentennial, 1857-1932 ([date unknown])

Mitchel, Martin; Osborn, Joseph H. Geographical and statistical history of the county of Winnebago ... to which is prefixed a general view of the state of Wisconsin, together with a census table from its first settlement to the present time. (1856)

This is the first history of Winnebago County ever compiled. As the county had a population of 135 in 1840 and 17,439 in 1855, this covers a period of extremely rapid growth. The authors were able to consult with many of the original settlers. They describe the land and native vegetation, list first settlers, and note the current industries, churches and schools.

Biographical and statistical history of the city of Oshkosh, Winnebago Co., Wisconsin : its early history, progress, and present condition (1867)

Prepared for and published in the [Oshkosh Daily] Northwestern [1867] Contains information gathered from old settlers and from early newspapers, including the Northwestern and its predecessors.

Harney, Richard J. History of Winnebago County, Wisconsin, and early history of the Northwest (1880)

Irregular paging; pages 296a-296p are inserted between p. 296 and 297. "Farm directory of Winnebago County": p. [296o]-318. "Classified business directory": p. [319]-348.

Langkau, David A. Index : history of Winnebago County, Wisconsin (1990-1999)

An every name index to History of Winnebago County, Wisconsin (1880) by Richard J. Harney.

Leach, Harvey W. Atlas of the city of Oshkosh, Wis. (1895)

Shows wards, subdivisions and lots, commercial buildings, some homes.

Randall, Geo. A. Illustrated atlas of Winnebago County, Wisconsin : containing outline map of the county, map of each township in the county, with village and city plats. Also maps of the world, United States and state of Wisconsin, together with other valuable information (1889)

Contains maps of the whole county plus individual maps of each Civil Town and the Cities of Oshkosh, Neenah, Menasha and Omro, and the Villages of Winneconne, Delhi and Butte des Morts. Includes 3 pages of general history of the county followed by 40 pages containing over 700 substantial biographies (200-350 words each) of farmers, businessmen and other community leaders.

Langkau, David A. Index to Randall's Illustrated Atlas of Winnebago County Wisconsin, 1889 (1988)

Every name index to Randall's Illustrated Atlas of Winnebago County Wisconsin 1889, in three sections. Section A "lists the names of individuals and businesses which are found in the history and personal sketches section of the original volume." Section B lists "entries for residential locations, places of business and commercial acreages as listed on the maps of the six wards for the City of Oshkosh as shown in the original volume." Section C lists "entries for acreage located within the townships of Winnebago County," with the name of the Civil Town, the section number and the number of acres listed.

McLenegan, Annie Susan Pioneer life in the Fox River Valley (1906)

From Proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1905.

Lawson, Publius V., 1853-1920. History, Winnebago County, Wisconsin : its cities, towns, resources, people: Volume I (1908)

Includes 300 biographies, primarily of businessmen, in volume 2.

Lawson, Publius V., 1853-1920. History, Winnebago County, Wisconsin : its cities, towns, resources, people: Volume II (1908)

Includes 300 biographies, primarily of businessmen, in volume 2.

Gorman and Saudea Map and plat book of Winnebago County, Wisconsin : containing plats and diagrams of every city, town and village in the county ... (1909)

Symbols on the county map in the rural areas show creameries, town halls, schools and cemeteries. Interurban railway and postal rural routes are also marked. City maps show wards, railroads and streetcar lines as well as streets. On the Village of Winneconne map the high water line, marsh line, and the surveyed river bank, are all indicated with year of survey.

Davies, Howell D. Addresses given at the centennial of the Oshkosh, Wisconsin, welsh settlement Bethesda Church, town of Nekimi, Winnebago County, July 4-6, 1947: also the register of the 1,013 persons attending and the souvenir program (1953)

Davies, David; Davies, Howell David Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Welsh settlement centennial, 1847-1947: a translation of Hanes y cymry (History of the Welsh) (1947)

Home coming celebration: seventy-fifth anniversary of the Oshkosh Welsh settlement (1922)

Velte, Charles H. Historic Lake Poygan (1976)

Turner, Mildred Building for tomorrow: Eureka United Methodist Church centennial, 1868-1968 (1968)

Westover, Ruth Waukau centennial pageant (1946)

Schmude, Julie Index to map of Winnebago County, Wisconsin, 1862 ([date unknown])

Westover, Ruth Waukau, a history (1979)

Westover, Ruth, 1910- The Waukau Methodists, 1867-1986 (1986)

Map of Winnebago County, Wisconsin (1862)

Map of Winnebago County, Wisconsin (1873)

Maps of Oshkosh city wards, 1-5, Oshkosh, Wisconsin (1868)

Map of the city of Oshkosh (1858)

Sectional map of Winnebago County (1855)

Map of Winnebago County, Wisconsin (1897)

Standard map of Winnebago County (1902)

Early history of Omro and vicinity (of 1876) (1930)

Brooks, Warren Early Omro (1972)

Newbert, Millard History of steam boats of Fox River valley (1930)

Gadbaw, Coleman J. The schools of Omro (1943)

Smith, Mariam The history of Omro ([1976])

Map of village of Omro, Wis. ([1891])

Early history of Omro (1939)

Anderson, A. C. (Alfred Conrad), 1887-, et al. Soil survey of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin (1931)

Anderson, James Sibree, 1841- Pioneer courts and lawyers of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin : collections and recollections (1921)

Bjerke, Robert A. Manitowoc County 1872 plat map index : an index of the names on E. M. Harney's map of Manitowoc County Wisconsin, 1872 (1985)

Bjerke, Robert A. Manitowoc County 1878 plat book index : an index of the personal names in G. V. Nash's an illustrated historical atlas of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin (1992)

Bjerke, Robert A. Manitowoc County 1893 plat book index : an index of the personal names in the Manitowoc County sections of C. M. Foote's plat book of Manitowoc and Calumet Counties, Wisconsin (1991)

CÙtÈ, Richard N. Manitowoc County, WI. Cemetery locations (1976)

Egar, Kenwood S. Manitowoc, 1870-1920 : jubilee and homecoming ([1920])

Eggert, Gust. Atlas of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, 1936 (1936)

Farm Plat Book Publishing Official county plat book and rural directory of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin (1958)

Foote, C. M., 1849-1899 (Charles M.); Henion, J. W.; ca. 1832-1904 (John W.) Plat book of Manitowoc and Calumet Counties, Wisconsin (1893)

Gagnon, Evan Neshotah: the story of Two Rivers, Wisconsin (1969)

Gass, Otto The history of the city of Manitowoc, Wisconsin : its pioneers and early industries prior to 1850 ([1903?])

Geo. A. Ogle and Co. Standard atlas of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin (1921)

Goeres, Henry Yellowbird : a true tale of the early settlement of Town Schleswig, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin (1900)

Hubbard, Caroline The history of the city of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, from 1850 to 1860 ([1904])

Lohman, Arthur H. Early days in Two Rivers, Wisconsin (1909)

Manitowoc Association of Commerce Manitowoc, "the city of opportunities" ([1929?])

Marathon Map Service, Milwaukee Plat book of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin (1947)

Nash, G. V. An illustrated historical atlas of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin (1878)

Pentzien, Louis I. Atlas of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin (1922)

Plumb, Ralph Gordon A history of Manitowoc County (1904)

Rappel, Joseph J. A centennial history of the Manitowoc County school districts and its public school system, 1848-1948 ([1948])

Ristad, D. G. In remembrance of the seventy-fifth anniversary, Manitowoc-Gjerpen-Valders congregations (1925)

St. Nazianz Centennial Committee St. Nazianz, 1854-1954 ([1954])

State Historical Society of Wisconsin Wisconsin domesday book. Town studies: Volume 1 (1924)

Stoner, J. J. Manitowoc, Wis., 1883 (1883)

Wisconsin Crop and Livestock Reporting Service Manitowoc County agriculture ([1954])

Wisconsin Crop and Livestock Reporting Service Manitowoc County, Wisconsin agricultural statistics ([1940])

Glimpses of our heritage : town of Centerville and village of Cleveland (1976)

History of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin: Volume I (1912)

History of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin: Volume II (1912)

History of Reedsville to 1976 ([1976?])

20th century malting methods ([1909])

Manitowoc and Two Rivers' part in the World War (1919?)

Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, official farm plat book and directory (1962)

Official program of Manitowoc County Centennial : June 28 thru July 5, 1836-1936, historical and pictorial review with daily events (1936)

[Plat map of the town of Centerville, 1851] (1851)

Riverview Poultry Yards : breeders of high class stock genuine white pekin strains, also mallards and blue winged teal of pure strain ([195-?])

Story of a century, 1848-1948 : Manitowoc County during Wisconsin's first hundred years (1948)

Wisconsin rural resources. Manitowoc County ([1956])

Ehlert, Edward A bit about Branch: some facts concerning the early history of Branch: an interview with Joseph Carbon, Jr. (1967)

Ehlert, Edward The art and science of watch repairing (1967)

Ehlert, Edward The drug store as it was and is (1967)

Plumb, Ralph G. Food and its distribution in early Manitowoc (1968)

Ehlert, Edward Haymaking in the earlier days (1968)

Ehlert, Edward A history of medicine in the early years (1968)

Ehlert, Edward From forest to crop land (1969)

Ehlert, Edward Manitowoc County - a leader in the manufacture of farm machinery (1969)

Krejcarek, Eugene Fishing in Manitowoc County (1969)

Ehlert, Edward Food processing - a Manitowoc triumph (1970)

Ehlert, Edward The development of the dairy industry in Manitowoc County (1970)

Ehlert, Edward The history of banking in Manitowoc County (1970)

Lee, Olaf; Ehlert, Edward History of Stoelting Brothers Company. Cheese making becomes a completely automated process (1971)

Ehlert, Edward The history of "learnin" in Manitowoc County: a monograph dedicated to the alumni of the Manitowoc County Teachers College (1971)

Ehlert, Edward The history of the John Schuette family (1971)

Ehlert, Edward Early drugdom in Manitowoc (1972)

Ehlert, Edward The history of Manitowoc's secondary schools (1972)

Ehlert, Edward The history of aluminum (1972)

Bohn, Lawrence; Ehlert, Edward Railroads and railroading in Manitowoc County (1973)

Ehlert, Edward The German influence in Manitowoc County (1973)

Kadow, Francis M. Opinion molders prominent in Manitowoc's history (1973)

John Nagle's history of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin (1974)

Ehlert, Edward A Chippewa Indian tells the story of her life (1974)

Gillespie, Ruth Pech Ceske Slovanska Lipa Opera House (1974)

Thompson, Marjorie Barnes A spoonful of honey (1975)

Ehlert, Edward Public libraries of Manitowoc County from 1852 to the present (1975)

Kanetzke, Howard; Wessing, Reinhart Limestone, an importantant [important] and valuable Manitowoc County resource (1975)

Janda, Robert Entertainment tonight: an account of bands in Manitowoc County since 1900 (1976)

Ehlert, Edward; Herzog, R. E.; Denk, George F. The history of the Manitowoc Fire Department (1851 to present) (1976)

Ehlert, Edward Highway and bridge building in Manitowoc County 1836 to the present (1976)

Thompson, Marjorie Barnes The failure of the Bank of Manitowoc (1977)

Bertler, Ray Brickmaking, a Manitowoc industry from the 1850's to about 1948 (1977)

Bertler, Ray History as a ledger reveals it: a sequel of brickmaking, a Manitowoc industry from the 1850's to about 1948 (1977)

Ehlert, Edward The Turnverein, the Turner Hall, and other early day recreational activities (1978)

Velicer, Lloyd Municipal ownership and the Manitowoc, Wisconsin Socialists. 1905-1917 (1978)

Ehlert, Edward Courts and the legal profession in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. From about 1820 to the present (1978)

Lyman, Robert L. The momentous moment: the submarine building program at the Manitowoc shipyards in World War II (1979)

Dushek, Camille, et al. Bohemians prominent in Manitowoc County history: accounts of some of the early settlers, the history of Tisch Mills, etc. (1979)

Pech, Ethel G. The history of Manitowoc, Wisconsin's kindergartens (1979)

Brasser, Dean The effects of World War II on Manitowoc (1980)

This manuscript, originally written as a research paper by a Manitowoc Lincoln High School student in 1970, was published by the Manitowoc County Historical Society as number 40 in its Occupational Monograph series in 1980. The paper discusses events and changes that occurred in Manitowoc during World War II and provides information about the city's wartime industries and economy, social conditions, and community development. It also lists Manitowoc County soldiers, sailors, and marines (but not airmen) who died during the war. Much of the information for this paper was derived from personal interviews with residents who held prominent positions in the community during the war years.

Baer, Marcie; Murray, L. A. The Polish influence on Manitowoc County history (1980)

Juchniewich, Dan The American Hamilton Industries of Two Rivers, Wisconsin 1880-1980 featuring the life of its founder J. E. Hamilton (1980)

Baer, Marcie The Billy Schultz Indoor Circus, a feature Manitowoc attraction in the 1930's which received national attention (1981)

Niquette, Robert A. The Two Rivers Opera House (1981)

Sumberg, Alfred D., et al. The Manitowoc County Jewish community (1981)

Asplund, Arvid; Baer, Marcie The J. E. Hamilton Community House, Two Rivers: 1931-1981 (1982)

Ehlert, Edward Manitowoc County Historical Society diamond anniversary issue. Seventy-five years of historical collection, preservation and publishing (1982)

Boy scouting and girl scouting history briefs: Manitowoc County 1912-to date (1982)

Trask, Kerry A. Journeys to the place of spirits: the journals of an imaginary traveler to Manitowoc (1983)

Lohman, Arthur H. Early days in Two Rivers, Wisconsin: 1848-1900 (1983)

Journey of the Joh. Fr. Diederichs family from Elberfeld to Manitowoc in North America (1983)

Gass, Otto The history of the city of Manitowoc, Wisconsin: its pioneer and early industries prior to 1850 (1984)

Trask, Kerry A. From the edge of the ice: a look back into the life of prehistoric Manitowoc County (1984)

Bartel, Al M. History of School Hill, Wisconsin (1984)

Spevacek, Clarence J. The history of the village of East Two Creeks (1985)

Hubbard, Caroline History of the city of Manitowoc from 1850 to 1860 (1985)

Hammond, F. W. Memories and recollections: more about the Hammond clan (1985)

Vogl, Walter Forest fires in Manitowoc County - 1871 (1986)

Kremers, Gerhard An immigrant letter: Manitowoc-Rapids, in the state of Wisconsin, July 26, 1848 (1986)

Veblen, Andrew A.; Gronlid, John M. Memoirs of two eccentric personalities of Manitowoc's Norwegian community (1986)

Smith, Edward R. Former Manitowoc County Superintendent of Schools Civil War letters have historic merit (1987)

Eggen, Timothy R. History of Lakeside Packing Company 1887-1987: a century of quality (1987)

Soit, Joseph W. Joseph W. Soit and the establishment of Point Beach State Forest (1988)

The flag of Company A, Fifth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry: 1861-1925 (1988)

Wiegand, Richard Otto Silos in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin (1989)

Trask, Kerry A. Early Manitowoc and a sense of place (1989)

Anderson, James Sibree The Civil War (1990)

Coombs, Leonard A., Jr. Early travels in Manitowoc County: 1634-1835 (1990)

Fay, Georgia M. The Schroeder Brothers Company of Two Rivers, 1891-1991: a family tradition of retail business (1991)

Kunz, Frederick History of the Kunz family in the brewing industry in Manitowoc, Wisconsin (1992)

Cigler, Paul J. Two Rivers and the Populist Party in the 1890's (1993)

Fay, Georgia M. First National Bank in Manitowoc, 100 years of banking: 1894-1994 (1994)

Krejcarek, Eugene The American Sokol Organization in Manitowoc County: physical fitness through gymnastics (1995)

Patek, Allan The 1911 election of Socialist mayor Henry Stolze, Jr. of Manitowoc (1996)

Rommelfanger, Karyl Enstad The letter of Jakob Hessel: a German farmer in Manitowoc County writes home, 1849 (1997)

Carron, Norman; Carron, Fyrne The Carron Net Company of Two Rivers, manufacturer of sport and custom nets (2001)

Brigham, A. D. Brigham and Co's Fond du Lac city directory and business advertiser for 1857-58 (1857-1858)

Williams, E. C. Fond du Lac illustrated, 1898 (1898)

Worthing, Ruth Shaw The history of Fond du Lac County, as told by its place-names (1976)

Fond du Lac county gazetteer : containing directories of Fond du Lac, Ripon and Waupun, and historical and descriptive sketches of the several townships of the county (1868)

Marchetti, Louis History of the public library building and names of donors (1909)

This is a "record of the proceedings, leading up, and culminating in the erection and completion of the Library Building of the city of Wausau, with names of Donors attached thereto. Compiled and presented to the Library by Louis Marchetti" President of the Library Board from 1904 to 1908.

Schafer, Joseph, 1867-1941 A history of agriculture in Wisconsin (1922)

Caswell, Lucien Beal Reminiscences of Lucien B. Caswell of Fort Atkinson: presented by his daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth May Caswell Perry through Mrs. Zida C. Ivey ([date unknown])

Caswell, Lucien Beal The reminiscences of the Hon. L. B. Caswell ([1900's])

Hon. Lucien B. Caswell: Fort Atkinson's "grand old man." Born Nov. 27, 1827. Died April 26, 1919 (1919)

State of Wisconsin, Department of Administration, Division of Facilities Development; East Wing Architects, LLC Historic structure report, Wisconsin State Capitol. Comprehensive volume: Book I (2004)

State of Wisconsin, Department of Administration, Division of Facilities Development; East Wing Architects, LLC Historic structure report, Wisconsin State Capitol. North wing: Book II (2003)

State of Wisconsin, Department of Administration, Division of Facilities Development; East Wing Architects, LLC Historic structure report, Wisconsin State Capitol. West wing and northwest pavilion: Book III (2003)

State of Wisconsin, Department of Administration, Division of Facilities Development; Kahlher Slater; Joyce Inman Historic Interiors, Inc. Historic structure report, Wisconsin State Capitol. South Wing, southeast and southwest pavilions: Book IV (1995)

State of Wisconsin, Department of Administration, Division of Facilities Development; Kahlher Slater; Joyce Inman Historic Interiors, Inc. Historic structure report, Wisconsin State Capitol. Central portion--dome and rotunda: Book VI (1997)

State of Wisconsin, Department of Administration, Division of Facilities Development; East Wing Architects, LLC Historic structure report, Wisconsin State Capitol. East wing and northeast pavilion: Book VI (2001)

Atlas of Columbia County, Wisconsin drawn from actual surveys and the county records to which is added a rail road and sectional map of the state of Wisconsin (1873)

Atlas of Dane County including plats of towns, cities and villages (1904)

Farm Plat Book Publishing Co. Official county plat book and farmers' directory of Dane County, Wisconsin ([1953])

Marathon Map Service Ownership plat book of Portage County, Wisconsin (1947)

The Madison city directory, and business mirror, containing the names of the citizens, a business directory, state and city record, and an appendix of much useful information (1858)

Madison city directory. A city and business directory for 1866, compiled by B. W. Suckow, with a history of Madison, by John Y. Smith (1866)

Madison directory, 1868. Comprising a complete directory of every citizen, alphabetically arranged; a classified business directory; a miscellaneous directory, comprising city, county, state and federal officers, churches, school and fire departments; besides a large variety of other information (1868)

Madison city directory and business advertiser, for 1871-2, containing the name and residence of all independent persons, a business directory and sketch of the city, with information in relation to its various societies and institutions--city, county and other public officers (1870)

Madison city directory and business advertiser for 1873, containing the name and residence of all independent persons, a business directory and sketch of the city, with information in relation to its various societies and institutions--city, county and other public officers (1872)

Pryor and Co.'s Madison city directory, 1875-6. Comprising an alphabetical list of citizens, a classified business directory, lists of city and county officers, churches, schools, societies, streets and wards (1875-1876)

Pryor and Co.'s Madison city directory 1877-8. Comprising an alphabetical list of citizens, a classified business directory, lists of city and county officers, churches, schools, societies, streets and wards (1877)

Morrissey and Bunn's Madison city directory. 1880-81. Comprising an alphabetical list of citizens, a classified business directory, lists of city and county officers, churches, schools, societies, streets and wards (1880)

Madison city directory. For 1883-1884, containing also a complete business directory, a street directory, list of city, county, state and federal officers, churches, schools, secret and benevolent societies, public buildings, etc. (1883)

Madison city directory containing the city record, a directory of the citizens, business directory, street directory, and special directory of the faculty and students of the state university. 1886-7 (1886-1887)

Madison city directory 1888-9, containing also a complete business and street directory, and list of city, county, state and federal officers, churches, schools, secret and benevolent societies, public buildings, also a directory of the faculty, students and societies of the University of Wisconsin (1888)

Madison city directory 1890-91. Containing a complete business and street directory, and list of city, county, state and federal officers, churches, schools, secret and benevolent societies, and public buildings; also a directory of the faculty, societies and students of the University of Wisconsin (1890)

Madison city directory 1892-93. Containing a complete business and street directory, and list of city, county, state and federal officers, churches, schools, secret and benevolent societies, and public buildings; also a directory of the faculty, societies and students of the University of Wisconsin (1892)

Madison, Wis. city directory 1894-5. Containing a complete business, street, general and numerical directory, and list of city, county, state and federal officers, churches, schools, secret and benevolent societies, and public buildings; also a directory of the faculty, societies and students of the University of Wisconsin (1894-1895)

Madison, Wis. city directory 1896-7. Containing a complete business, street and general directory, Angell's patent numerical directory, and list of city, county, state and federal officers, churches, schools, secret and benevolent societies, and public buildings; also, a directory of the faculty, societies and students of the University of Wisconsin (1896-1897)

Madison, Wis. city directory 1898-9. Contains a complete business, street and general directory. Angell's patent numerical directory, and roster of Wisconsin regiments in the Civil War, list of city, county, state and federal officers, churches, schools, secret and benevolent societies, and public buildings; also, a directory of the faculty, societies and students of the University of Wisconsin (1898-1899)

Madison, Wisconsin, city directory 1900-1. Containing a complete business, street and general directory, (in the latter, wives' names appear in same line with husbands') Angell's patent numerical directory, and city, county, state and federal officers, churches, schools, secret and benevolent societies, and public buildings; and a directory of the faculty, societies and students of the University of Wisconsin (1900-1901)

Madison, Wisconsin city directory 1902, comprising a complete classified business, street and general directory (in the latter, wives' names appear in same line with husbands') migrations, marriages, births, deaths, divorces, Angell's patent numerical directory and city, county, state and federal officers, churches, schools, secret and benevolent societies, and public buildings, names of residents of Wingra Park, University Heights, Fair Oaks, South Madison, Oakland Heights, Elmside and a directory of the faculty and students of the University of Wisconsin (1902)

Madison, Wisconsin city directory 1904, comprising a complete classified business, street and general directory (in the latter, wives' names appear in same line with husbands') marriages, births, deaths, divorces, Angell's patent numerical directory, a revised map of the city. City, county, state and federal officers, churches, schools, secret and benevolent societies, and public buildings, names of residents of Fair Oaks, South Madison, Elmside and a directory of the faculty of the University of Wisconsin (1904)

Madison, Wisconsin city directory 1907, comprising a complete classified general, rural, suburb, street and business directory (in the former, wives' names appear in same line with husbands') marriages, deaths, Angell's patent numerical directory index, a map of the city. City, county, state, and federal officers, churches, schools, secret and benevolent societies, public buildings and a directory of the faculty and students of the University of Wisconsin (1907)

Madison, Wisconsin city directory 1909, comprising a complete classified general, rural, suburb, street and business directory (in the former, wives' names appear in same line with husbands') marriages, deaths, Angell's patent numerical directory index, a map of the city. City, county, state, and federal officers, churches, schools, secret and benevolent societies, public buildings and a directory of the faculty and students of the University of Wisconsin (1909)

Madison, Wisconsin city directory 1911, comprising a complete classified general, rural, suburb, street and business directory (in the former, wives' names appear in same line with husbands') marriages, deaths, Angell's patent numerical directory index, a map of the city. City, county, state, and federal officers, churches, schools, secret and benevolent societies, public buildings and a directory of the faculty and students of the University of Wisconsin (1911)

Madison, Wisconsin city directory 1914, comprising a complete classified general, rural, suburb, street and business directory (in the former, wives' names appear in the same line with the husbands'), marriages, deaths, numerical directory and a map of the city. City, county, state and federal officers, churches, schools, secret and benevolent societies and public schools and a directory of the faculty and students of the University of Wisconsin (1914)

Madison, Wisconsin city directory 1916, comprising a complete classified general, rural, suburb, street and business directory (in the former, wives' names appear in the same line with the husbands'), marriages, deaths, numerical directory and a map of the city. City, county, state and federal officers, churches, schools, secret and benevolent societies and public schools and a directory of the faculty and students of the University of Wisconsin (1916)

Madison, Wisconsin city directory 1917, comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens, a street directory and avenue guide, miscellaneous directory, rural routes, numerical telephone directory, city, county, federal and state officers, churches, colleges, public and private schools, buildings, secret and benevolent societies, etc. and a complete classified business directory (1917)

Madison, Wisconsin city directory 1919, containing an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens, a rural route directory, a directory of the faculty and students of the University of Wisconsin, a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, churches, colleges and schools, public parks and buildings, banks, secret and benevolent, trade, and social organizations, incorporated companies, incorporated companies, a corrected map of the city, an improved street and avenue guide and directory of house-holders, a buyers guide, and a complete classified business directory. (1919)

Wright Directory Co's. classified buyer's guide : the business, commercial, manufacturing and professional interests : Madison 1921 (1921)

Standard historical atlas of Dane County, Wisconsin containing maps of villages, cities and townships together with replats of the county. Maps of state, United States and world ([1911])

Giffey, David The people's stories of South Madison: Volume 1 (2001)

Foote, C. M. (Charles M.), 1849-1899 Plat book of Columbia County, Wisconsin (1890)

Plat book of Columbia County, Wisconsin : compiled from surveys and the public records of Columbia County, Wisconsin (1927)

Plat book of Columbia County, Wisconsin. Compiled from county records and actual surveys (1916)

Plat book, Dane County, Wisconsin (1955)

Marathon Map Service Plat book of Dane County Wisconsin (1947)

Standard atlas of Wood County, Wisconsin including a plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county. Map of the state, United States and world. Patrons directory, reference business directory and departments devoted to general information. Analysis of the system of U. S. land surveys, digest of the system of civil government, etc. etc. (1909)

Standard atlas of Wood County, Wisconsin including a plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county. Map of the state, United States and world. Patrons directory, reference business directory and departments devoted to general information. Analysis of the system of U. S. land surveys, digest of the system of civil government, etc. etc. (1928)

Ligowski, A. Map of Dane County, Wisconsin (1861)

Plat book of Dane County, Wisconsin: drawn from actual surveys and the county records (1890)

Gay, Leonard W. New atlas of Dane County, Wisconsin, prepared from actual surveys and from the county records (1899)

Report of moneys received and expended and work done by the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 10, 1899 together with a copy of chapter 55, laws of 1899, and articles of incorporation and by-laws of the Association (1899)

Report of moneys received and expended and work done by the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 17, 1900 (1900)

Report of moneys received and expended and work done by the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 15, 1901 (1901)

Reports of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 15, 1902 with report of the annual meeting and banquet held April 15, 1902 (1902)

Reports of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 14, 1903 with report of the annual meeting and banquet held April 14, 1903 (1903)

Reports of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 14, 1904 with report of the annual meeting and banquet held May 2, 1904 (1904)

Report of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 11, 1905 with report of the annual meeting held April 18, 1905 (1905)

Report of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 16, 1906 with report of the annual meeting held April 16, 1906 (1906)

Report of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 23, 1907 with report of annual meeting held April 23, 1907 (1907)

Report of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 27, 1908 with report of annual meeting held April 27, 1908 (1908)

Report of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 27, 1909 with report of annual meeting held April 27, 1909 (1909)

Annual report of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 25, 1910 with report of annual meeting held April 25, 1910 (1910)

Annual reports of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 18, 1911 with report of annual meeting held April 18, 1911 (1911)

Annual reports of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 22, 1912 with report of annual meeting held April 22, 1912 (1912)

Annual reports of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending July 1, 1913 with report of annual meeting held April 29, 1913 (1913)

Annual reports of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending January 1, 1914 with report of annual meeting held June 2, 1914 (1914)

Annual reports of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the years ending January 1, 1915 and January 1, 1916, respectively, with report of annual meeting held May 6, 1916 (1915-1916)

Annual reports of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the years ending January 1, 1917 and January 1, 1918, respectively, with report of annual meetings held May 15, 1917, and May 8, 1918 (1917-1918)

Annual reports of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the years ending December 31, 1918, and December 31, 1919, respectively, with report of annual meetings held April 29, 1919, and April 27, 1920 (1918-1919)

Annual reports of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the years ending December 31, 1920, and December 31, 1921, respectively, with reports of annual meetings held May 16, 1921, and April 25, 1922 (1920-1921)

Annual reports of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the years ending December 31, 1922, and December 31, 1923, respectively, with reports of annual meetings held April 10, 1923, and May 5, 1924 (1922-1923)

Annual reports of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the years ending December 31, 1924, December 31, 1925, and treasurer's report to November 15, 1926 with reports of annual meetings held May 5, 1925, and May 12, 1926 (1924-1926)

Annual reports of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the years ending December 31, 1927 and December 31, 1928 with reports of annual meetings held May 4, 1927, May 2, 1928 and May 8, 1929 (1927-1928)

Madison parks as a municipal investment: report of citizens' committee March 11, 1909: with introductory statement by directors Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association (1909)

John M. Olin papers: Madison Park & Pleasure Drive Association: letter book (April 24, 1900 - April 11, 1903)

John M. Olin papers: Madison Park & Pleasure Drive Association: letter book (April 11, 1903 - June 2, 1904)

John M. Olin papers: Madison Park & Pleasure Drive Association: letter book (June 20, 1904 - December 11, 1905)

John M. Olin papers: Madison Park & Pleasure Drive Association: letter book (August 8, 1907 - May 13, 1908)

John M. Olin papers: Madison Park & Pleasure Drive Association: letter book (May 13, 1908 - February 9, 1909)

John M. Olin papers: Madison Park & Pleasure Drive Association: letter book (February 9, 1909 - September 20, 1909)

Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association records: original secretary's book: Volume 1 (1894-1897)

Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association records: official book, includes list of contributes and contracts for land transactions: Volume 2 (1894-1899)

Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association records: Committee on City Park Legislation: Volume 3 (1899-1938)

Alvstad, Ingeborg Holdahl, 1884-1989 Reminiscences, undated [Transcriptions]: Call Number, River Falls SC 245 ([unpublished])

Ingeborg Holdahl Alvstad, Reminiscences, undated (RIVER FALLS) - Recollections by Alvstad of her family's emigration from Norway, the sinking of their ship, their settlement in Gilman Township, Pierce County, Wisconsin, in 1889, and her early years there as her family established a farm home. 9 typed, transcribed pages.

Archiquette, John Diary, 1868-1874 [Translations]: Call Number, Green Bay SC 53 ([unpublished])

John Archiquette, Diary 1868-1874 (GREEN BAY) - Typed translation of a diary kept by Archiquette, an Oneida Indian, containing information on tribal council decisions and discipline and on farming, road building, religious services, and other aspects of life on the Oneida Reservation near Green Bay, Wisconsin. Translated from the Oneida language by Oscar H. Archiquette. 34 pages of typed transcriptions from the original Oneida.

Bondal, Gunleik Asmundson Letter, 1854 [Translations]: Call Number, M94-396 ([unpublished])

Gunleik Asmundson Bondal, Letter, 1854. (WHS) - Translation of a letter written by Gunleik Asmundson Bondal, a Norwegian immigrant, on January 17, 1854, describing his journey from Krago, Norway, to Dane County, Wisconsin and his family's new life in America. He recounts the price of cattle, farm implements, food, clothing, and other necessities, and writes of farming, including descriptions of the machines used, wages, the time taken by various tasks, geography, and climate. He draws many comparisons between the New World and the Old. Also mentioned is the California gold rush and cholera epidemic. 7 typed translations from the original Norwegian. Uncorrected OCRd transcriptions of some letters available.

Brainerd, Mary Pease, 1811- Letters, 1875-1882: Call Number, Oshkosh SC 68 ([unpublished])

Four letters written by Mary ("Molly") Brainerd from rural Danville, Dodge County, Wis. to relatives in Michigan. The two earlier letters are addressed to her niece, Lavinia, a student in Kalamazoo, Mich. and are filled with family news and detailed information about crop conditions. The 1881 letter tells of a very hard winter with deep snow and its attendant difficulties, and of a lot of sickness and death. The 1882 letter describes the provisioning of family members who left for the minefields of Montana. Uncorrected OCRd transcription available.

Brandt, Gerard Letters, 1850-1860 [Transcriptions]: Call Number, Milwaukee Small Collection 47 Box 1 ([unpublished])

Selections from Gerard Brandt, Letters 1850-1860 (MILWAUKEE) - Selection from the letters from Gerard and Catherine Brandt of Holland township in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, to relatives and friends, chiefly in Milwaukee and the Netherlands, about personal and religious matters and life in Wisconsin. 35 pages of typed translations from the original Dutch.

Chase, Enoch Reminiscences, 1876: Call Number, Wis MSS DL Milwaukee SC 32 ([unpublished])

Reminiscences of a pioneer settler in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who left his home in Vermont in 1831, traveled by schooner and stage to Coldwater, Michigan, where he practiced medicine and taught school. In April, 1835, he drove a team to Milwaukee. In his narrative he describes and characterizes many of the pioneer men and women of Milwaukee, and speaks of Indian troubles, the organization of government, the development of industries, and local rivalries. A portion of the sketch is published in James S. Buck's Pioneer History of Milwaukee, 1:49-52 (Milwaukee, 1890).

Currey, J. Seymour Vilas County notes, 1906: Call Number, Northland SC 28 ([unpublished])

J. Seymour Currey, Vilas County Notes, 1906 (WHS) - Notes by Currey on the lakes of Vilas County, Wisconsin, including information on Charles A. Bent and his family, owners of a resort on Lake Mamie. 11 handwritten pages.

Dinsdale, Matthew Papers, 1836-1897: Call Number, WisMSS DL, folder 1 ([unpublished])

Selection of letters by Rev. Dinsdale written from Linden and other Wisconsin settlements to his relatives in Askrigg, Yorkshire, England, describing his trip to the United States in 1844 and giving minute advice to prospective immigrants; his pastoral services as a Methodist minister at Potosi, Wisconsin, and in the Lake Winnebago circuit; economic conditions as seen through his work as a clerk in stores at Linden and elsewhere. Some letters from the original collection have been omitted due to illegibility.

Dinsdale, Matthew Papers, 1836-1897: Call Number, Wis MSS DL, folder 2 ([unpublished])

Selection of letters by Rev. Dinsdale written from Linden and other Wisconsin settlements to his relatives in Askrigg, Yorkshire, England, describing his trip to the United States in 1844 and giving minute advice to prospective immigrants; his pastoral services as a Methodist minister at Potosi, Wisconsin, and in the Lake Winnebago circuit; economic conditions as seen through his work as a clerk in stores at Linden and elsewhere. Some letters from the original collection have been omitted due to illegibility.

Dinsdale, Matthew Papers, 1836-1897: Call Number, Wis MSS DL, folder 3 ([unpublished])

Selection of letters by Rev. Dinsdale written from Linden and other Wisconsin settlements to his relatives in Askrigg, Yorkshire, England, describing his trip to the United States in 1844 and giving minute advice to prospective immigrants; his pastoral services as a Methodist minister at Potosi, Wisconsin, and in the Lake Winnebago circuit; economic conditions as seen through his work as a clerk in stores at Linden and elsewhere. Some letters from the original collection have been omitted due to illegibility.

Dinsdale, Matthew Papers, 1836-1897: Call Number, Wis MSS DL, folder 4 ([unpublished])

Selection of letters by Rev. Dinsdale written from Linden and other Wisconsin settlements to his relatives in Askrigg, Yorkshire, England, describing his trip to the United States in 1844 and giving minute advice to prospective immigrants; his pastoral services as a Methodist minister at Potosi, Wisconsin, and in the Lake Winnebago circuit; economic conditions as seen through his work as a clerk in stores at Linden and elsewhere. Some letters from the original collection have been omitted due to illegibility.

Douglas, James James and Margaret Douglas letters, 1840-1843 [Transcriptions]: Call Number, Milwaukee SC 162 ([unpublished])

James and Margaret Douglas Letters, 1840-1843 (MILWAUKEE) - Selections of typed transcripts of letters describing conditions in America to family members in Scotland from immigrants James and Margaret Douglas, who lived first in Mt. Morris, New York, then settled near Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1844.

Drew, James Reminiscences, 1845-1846 [Transcriptions]: Call Number, SC 1917 ([unpublished])

James Drew, Reminiscences, 1845-1846 (WHS) - Reminiscences of a Glasgow couple's visit, July 1845-April 1846, to Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, including information on farming, land prices, impressions of the people, local government, schools, and religion. Originals are in the New York Historical Society, New York, N.Y. 16 typed pages.

Goodnow, Lyman Recollection, 1880? [Transcriptions]: Call Number, Milwaukee SC 19 ([unpublished])

Lymann Goodnow, Recollection, 1880? (MILWAUKEE) - Typed manuscript of Goodnow's account of how he helped the first slave escape to Canada from Wisconsin the Territory in 1843. 11 pages of typed transcriptions.

Hagen family; Lian, Anders Papers, 1879-1899 [Translations]: Call Number, Eau Claire Mss CC Box 1 Folder 3 ([unpublished])

Hagen Family Papers, 1879-1899 (EAU CLAIRE) - Family histories and typed translations of letters from several Norwegian immigrants to the Eau Claire, Wisconsin area: Anders (Andrew) P. Solem, maternal grandfather of the collection's donor, Harold Hagen; Elling (Erling) Andersen Sende, Hagen's paternal great-grandfather; and Anders Lian (also known as Andrew Lee), Hagen's maternal grandmother's cousin. Letters by Anders P. Solem are directed to his grandfather in Norway. In them he describes his experiences working in sawmills and lumber camps, comments on labor conditions, including a strike for the ten-hour day, and offers various observances regarding life in America. Letters by Elling Anderson Sende and his wife Guruanna relate family matters and further detail life in Eau Claire. Letters written to Anders Lian and his family concern arrangements for bringing him to America. The largest group of letters in the collection are written by Anders Lian to his family in Norway. They also document work in the lumber industry and discuss current events, and the economic and political climate in 1890s America. Also of interest are Lian's experiences enlisting in a military training camps as a volunteer soldier at the time of the Spanish-American war. The family histories in the collection were written by Genevieve Hagen and include biographical details as well as genealogical information for each of the correspondents. 89 pages of typed translations from the original Norwegian and original family histories.

Hagen family; Sende, Elling Anderson Papers, 1879-1899 [Translations]: Call Number, Eau Claire Mss CC Box 1 Folder 2 ([unpublished])

Hagen Family Papers, 1879-1899 (EAU CLAIRE) - Family histories and typed translations of letters from several Norwegian immigrants to the Eau Claire, Wisconsin area: Anders (Andrew) P. Solem, maternal grandfather of the collection's donor, Harold Hagen; Elling (Erling) Andersen Sende, Hagen's paternal great-grandfather; and Anders Lian (also known as Andrew Lee), Hagen's maternal grandmother's cousin. Letters by Anders P. Solem are directed to his grandfather in Norway. In them he describes his experiences working in sawmills and lumber camps, comments on labor conditions, including a strike for the ten-hour day, and offers various observances regarding life in America. Letters by Elling Anderson Sende and his wife Guruanna relate family matters and further detail life in Eau Claire. Letters written to Anders Lian and his family concern arrangements for bringing him to America. The largest group of letters in the collection are written by Anders Lian to his family in Norway. They also document work in the lumber industry and discuss current events, and the economic and political climate in 1890s America. Also of interest are Lian's experiences enlisting in a military training camps as a volunteer soldier at the time of the Spanish-American war. The family histories in the collection were written by Genevieve Hagen and include biographical details as well as genealogical information for each of the correspondents. 89 pages of typed translations from the original Norwegian and original family histories.

Hagen family; Solem, Andrew P. Papers, 1879-1899 [Translations]: Call Number, Eau Claire Mss CC Box 1 Folder 1 ([unpublished])

Hagen Family Papers, 1879-1899 (EAU CLAIRE) - Family histories and typed translations of letters from several Norwegian immigrants to the Eau Claire, Wisconsin area: Anders (Andrew) P. Solem, maternal grandfather of the collection's donor, Harold Hagen; Elling (Erling) Andersen Sende, Hagen's paternal great-grandfather; and Anders Lian (also known as Andrew Lee), Hagen's maternal grandmother's cousin. Letters by Anders P. Solem are directed to his grandfather in Norway. In them he describes his experiences working in sawmills and lumber camps, comments on labor conditions, including a strike for the ten-hour day, and offers various observances regarding life in America. Letters by Elling Anderson Sende and his wife Guruanna relate family matters and further detail life in Eau Claire. Letters written to Anders Lian and his family concern arrangements for bringing him to America. The largest group of letters in the collection are written by Anders Lian to his family in Norway. They also document work in the lumber industry and discuss current events, and the economic and political climate in 1890s America. Also of interest are Lian's experiences enlisting in a military training camps as a volunteer soldier at the time of the Spanish-American war. The family histories in the collection were written by Genevieve Hagen and include biographical details as well as genealogical information for each of the correspondents. 89 pages of typed translations from the original Norwegian and original family histories.

Hartwig, Theodore E. F. Letters, 1846 and 1851 [Transcriptions]: Call Number, SC 167 ([unpublished])

Theodore E.F. Hartwig, Letters, 1846 and 1851 (WHS) - Two typewritten translations of letters, written by Dr. Theodore E. F. Hartwig, Cedarburg, Wisconsin, September 25, 1846 and November 21, 1851, to his family in Germany describing his trip to the United States by sailing vessel, railroad, and lake steamer to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and describing Cedarburg and Milwaukee. 30 pages of typed translations from the original German.

Hastings, Lucy A. Family correspondence, 1838, 1855-1874: Call Number, Eau Claire SC 35 ([unpublished])

Family correspondence to and from Lucy A. Hastings and her husband David; including letters from relatives in Dexter, Michigan, and an 1855 description of moving from Massachusetts to Oxford, Wisconsin, and information on Indians around Oxford, moving to Eau Claire in 1857, and an Indian panic there in 1862.

Hastings, Lucy A. Family correspondence, 1838, 1855-1874 [Transcriptions]: Call Number, Eau Claire SC 35 ([unpublished])

Family correspondence to and from Lucy A. Hastings and her husband David; including letters from relatives in Dexter, Michigan, and an 1855 description of moving from Massachusetts to Oxford, Wisconsin, and information on Indians around Oxford, moving to Eau Claire in 1857, and an Indian panic there in 1862. Uncorrected OCRd transcriptions of some letters available.

Hodges, William Letter, 1856: Call Number, River Falls SC 73 ([unpublished])

One letter dated June 11, 1856, written by Hodges describing pioneer conditions in Pierce County, Wisconsin. Uncorrected OCRd transcription available.

Hollister, Uriah S., 1838-1929 Letter and reminiscences, 1839 and ca. 1912: Call Number, Whitewater SC 41 ([unpublished])

Typewritten transcription of reminiscences, ca. 1912, by Hollister, Delavan, Wisconsin, concerning the settlement and growth of the area and youthful experiences; and one letter, 1839, written by his mother describing the family's trip from New York to Wisconsin and their new surroundings. Uncorrected OCRd text available.

Huey, Thomas, Mrs. Address, 1924 [Transcriptions]: Call Number, Stout SC 18 ([unpublished])

Mrs. Thomas Huey, Address, 1924 (STOUT) - Address given in 1924 by Mrs. Thomas Huey in which she reminisces about her life in Dunn County, Wisconsin, between 1863 and 1883; and a postcard from Henry E. Knapp in which he comments on the address. 7 pages of typed transcriptions.

Miller, Ellen Spaulding, 1843- Papers, 1863, 1870-1887 [Transcriptions]: Call Number, Eau Claire Mss BF ([unpublished])

Selections from Ellen Spaulding Miller, Papers, 1863, 1870-1887 (EAU CLAIRE) - Selections from the papers of a woman who lived in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, in the 1870s. The collection consists largely of letters written principally by Ellen Spaulding Miller to family members who probably lived in New York. The letters reflect domestic life, family relationships, economic conditions, lumbering, religious revivals, and health conditions in the lumbering capital of northwestern Wisconsin. 115 pages.

Moulton, Emeline M. Letters, 1846-1853: Call Number, Parkside SC 71 ([unpublished])

Letters from Emeline M. Moulton and other settlers of Rochester, Racine County, Wisconsin, to relatives in Cabot, Vermont, discussing prices of commodities and family matters and briefly referring to unhappy experiences of men who had joined the California gold rush.

Myrick, Nathan, 1822-1903 Reminiscences, 1892: Call Number, La Crosse SC 2460 ([unpublished])

Typewritten copy of a letter from Nathan Myrick, an early settler of La Crosse, Wisconsin, to F. A. Copeland, Mayor of La Crosse, dated St. Paul, Minnesota, January 28th, 1892, in which he provides a brief account of his life and reminiscences of his arrival at Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, in 1841 and subsequent life as a trader in the settlement of La Crosse, until his departure for Minnesota, ca. 1850. Uncorrected OCRd text available.

Plumbe, John, 1809-1857 Diary, 1838-1839: Call Number, Platteville SC 11 ([unpublished])

Diary kept by Plumbe, the owner and promoter of the boom town of Sinipee, Wis., on the Mississippi River. Detailed entries describe the platting and settlement of Sinipee, the writing and publication of his promotional book "Sketches of Iowa and Wisconsin," and his efforts to secure wagon roads and railroad connections to Milwaukee, Racine, and Chicago. Some entries touch an lumber rafting, lead shipments, and steamboat traffic, and there are references to Byron Kilbourn, James D. Doty, William R. Smith, and others interested in the development of southwestern Wisconsin and Dubuque, Iowa.

Ranney, Orpha Papers, 1847-1898, 1914, 1934: Call Number, Stout SC 118 ([unpublished])

Photocopies of letters from Ranney, Dunn County, Wis., to her sister Adah Holcomb in New Hartford, Conn., including details of her trip from New York to Wisconsin and describing illnesses, children, deaths, domestic chores, farming, weather, Christmas, and other details of daily life. Uncorrected OCRd transcriptions of some letters available.

Salter, George H., 1826-ca. 1906 Papers, ca. 1896-1913, 1965: Call Number, Stevens Point SC 60 ([unpublished])

Photocopied material relating to the life of "Daddy" Salter of Juneau County, Wis. who is said to have killed many Native Americans in retaliation for his wife's murder at their Town of Clearfield tavern. Included is a 34-page typewritten description by Salter of his departure from England; travels (1843-1864) in Wisconsin to Portage, Reedsburg, and Kilbourn City, and down the Mississippi River to New Orleans; life in Wisconsin; and an account of his brutal slaying of two Native Americans suspected of murdering his wife. Also included is a 4-page typewritten obituary (ca. 1906) of Salter in which he is said to have admitted to murdering eighteen Native Americans. Uncorrected OCRd text available.

Shepard, Charles Papers, 1850-1958: Call Number, Platteville Micro 2 ([unpublished])

Papers of Charles Shepard and other residents of the black settlement of Pleasant Ridge (now Beetown), Wisconsin, including letters, tax receipts, and community history. Shepard (Sheppard) was the head of the first African-American family to settle in what became a pioneer black community about five miles west of Lancaster, Wisconsin. In 1848, the family of William Horner, a Haymarket, Virginia planter, moved to Wisconsin, bringing with them their freed slaves: Charles and Caroline Shepard (nee Brent), their three children, Harriet, John and Mary, and Charles' brother Isaac. A woman named Sarah Brown, who was left behind in slavery, later joined this family after Isaac returned to Virginia and paid for the woman's freedom. The two then married. Charles and Isaac left a mother and several brothers and sisters in Virginia who planned on heading west at a later date. Eventually, these individuals migrated to Washington D.C. The letters are chiefly communications between the Shepards in Wisconsin and their relatives in the East. Other letters are those of Thomas and John Greene, other settlers of Pleasant Ridge.

Tillman Brothers (La Crosse, Wis.) Records, 1856-1899 [Translations]: Call Number, La Crosse Mss K ([unpublished])

Selections from Tillman Brothers (La Crosse, Wisconsin), Records, 1856-1899 (LA CROSSE) -Translations of a diary kept by Friedrich Tillman, partner in a furniture and undertaking establishment founded in 1859 in La Crosse, when he sailed to America from Germany in 1856. 23 pages of hand written translations from the original German.

Wells, Milton Letter, 1844 [Transcriptions]: Call Number, Box 139 Folder 24 ([unpublished])

Milton Wells, Letter 1844 (WHS) - Typewritten copy of a letter written by Reverend Wells of Burlington, Racine County, Wisconsin Territory, to Charles Hall, Secretary of the American Board of Home Missions, concerning the plight of Norwegian immigrants in the Town of Rochester and his need for aid to help them. 3 pages of typed transcriptions.

Superior, Wisconsin, papers, 1831-1942: Call Number, Superior MSS A box 4 ([unpublished])

A selection of WPA collected and transcribed recollections of Superior area pioneers from a larger collection of papers, many of them copied from originals, relating to Superior and dealing with the area's history, including material on the fur trade, Indian trails, harbor, parks, schools, prisons, ethnic groups, aviation, housing, and churches.

Wisconsin territorial letters--1852: Call Number, Wis Mss MY Box 1 Folder 1 ([unpublished])

L. Mills, Wis, Dec. 6, 1852 WI.Letters2q.i0001

1852, Dec. 6. E.D. Seward, Lake Mills, to Rev. Martin Dudley, Easton, Connecticut. Meeting house was dedicated on October 22. Have bell weighing 628 pounds procured by the ladies of the church for $200. Comments on mutual friends. Likes the Independent magazine. His eyesight is very poor. A.L.S. 3pp.

Wisconsin territorial letters--1837: Call Number, Wis Mss MY Box 1 Folder 2 ([unpublished])

Prairie du Chien [Wisconsin]/ 20 June 1837 WI.Letters2r.i0001

Gen. Joseph M. Street, Prairie du Chien, to Capt. E. A. Hitchcock, St. Louis. Wonders why the government does not send the money for the current expenses and for the Indian [Annuities?]. All shall starve if the money does not come soon. Indians already starving. Grateful for the loan of one thousand dollars to his son, Joseph. A.L.S. 1p.

Wisconsin territorial letters--1838: Call Number, Wis Mss MY Box 1 Folder 3 ([unpublished])

P. Fonda Esq. South Port Wisconsin Teritory [sic] April 26, 1838 WI.Letters2s.i0001

1838, Apr. 26. G. P. Post, South Port [Kenosha], to Peter Fonda, Fultonville, New York. "Dear Father." Tells of the scarcity of meat and flour and especially currency most of which comes from Michigan where the banks are in a "reched" condition. The lack of currency retards all enterprise. The government has not yet passed a preemption for settlers on government land. Hopes land will not be ordered for sale before preemption bill is passed. Saw steamboat on way to Chicago yesterday. A.L.S. 2pp.

Wisconsin territorial letters--1840: Call Number, Wis Mss Box 1 Folder 4 ([unpublished])

Circular/ Pleasant Prairie W. T. Nov 20th 1840 WI.Letters2t.Lette01
1840, Nov. 20. Calvin Stevens, Pleasant Prairie, to his brother Samuel H. Stevens, Enosburgh, Vermont. Wisconsin far surpasses New England in Natural beauty and fertility of soil. Yet farmers are worse off here than they were in the East. Principal means of obtaining cash is through selling land. There is no market for cash crops. Poverty and hardships rampant, but feels that Wisconsin will eventually become the richest part of the union. A.L.S. 4pp.
Elkhorn July 6th 1840 WI.Letters2t.Lette02
1840, July 6. M.A.N.B., Elkhorn, to Jay Hathway, Rome, New York. Wants Hathaway to send a certificate of deposit of as much money as he can spare --- about three hundred dollars at least. Also wants a threshing machine (one of Hale's patents) freight prepaid and Hale's permission to use it in the town of Elkhorn. Also wants a Green's straw cutter, sent same way. A.L.S. 3pp.
Lapointe 10th September 1840 WI.Letters2t.Lette03
1840, Sept. 10. Charles W. Borup, LaPointe, to David Oakes, Granville, Michigan. [Postmarked Falls of St. Croix] Wants Oakes to insure "the buildings" and charge to Mr. Crooks. A.L.S. 1p.
Prairieville May 27, [illegible]/ Dear brother WI.Letters2t.Lette04
1840, May 27. Mrs. Julia Griffing, Prairieville [Waukesha], to her brother Henry D. Bacon, St. Louis. Enjoyed a revival of religion in this place last spring. Extends invitation for a visit. Says that the "stage" passes her house twice a week and that the "society" is very good for a new country. A.L.S. 2pp.

Wisconsin territorial letters--1841: Call Number, Wis Mss MY Box 1 Folder 5 ([unpublished])

Geneva April 15 1841 WI.Letters2u.Lette01
1841, April 15. Martin Stevens, Geneva, to J. L. Baker, Whitesborough, New York. Wants Baker to sell his (Stevens') place for three-hundred and fifty dollars with at least two hundred dollars down. A.L.S. 1p.
Bristol Racine Co Sunday June 27 1841 WI.Letters2u.Lette02
1841, June 27. Mrs. Rebecca M. Byington, Bristol, to Lucius Tuttle, Wolcott, Connecticut. "Dear Parents." Tells of family. Nostalgic, but believes that Wisconsin is more beautiful than Connecticut. Family living in 15 by 18 feet log house. Built a barn 24 by 30 feet for the payment of which some of the live stock were sold. A.L.S. 3pp.

Wisconsin territorial letters--1842: Call Number, Wis Mss MY Box 1 Folder 6 ([unpublished])

Beloit Jan. 18th 1842 WI.Letters2v.Lette01
1842, Jan. 18. David Noggle, Beloit, to J. M. Burrows, Davenport, Iowa. Discusses some business matters. Gives assurances that there is nothing to be suspicious of. Denies scurrilous information that "may have been imparted to Burrows by the greatest scoundrel that ever lived in Beloit." A.L.S. 3pp.
Southport Wisconsin Tery./ October 11th 1842 WI.Letters2v.Lette02
1842, Oct. 11. James Taffe, South Port [Kenosha], to the Treasurer of the Savings Bank, Chambers St., New York. Asks that his money on deposit be forwarded to him. Appended is his draft for $600. in the hand- writing of George Burnett. L.S. 1p. It is accompanied by a letter from George Burnett dated Oct. 5, 1842 recommending the payment. A.L.S. 1p.
Prairie du Chien Feby 15 1842 WI.Letters2v.Lette03
1842, Feb. 15. J. P. Kiddu, Prairie du Chien, to L. S. Goodno, Braintree, Vermont. Law business good. Has a stake in all that is going on of any importance. Will return by way of the "Rivers" through New York to Vermont. Reluctant to leave but Mrs. Kiddu is home- sick. Believes "this country" better for any kind of business than Vermont. Note appended by Mrs. Kiddu expressing great joy at the prospects of going home. A.L.S. 3pp.

Wisconsin territorial letters--1843: Call Number, Wis Mss MY Box 1 Folder 7 ([unpublished])

Janesville March 12th 1843 WI.Letters2w.Lette01
1843, Mar. 12. E. Gary, Janesville, to his cousin Luther Cary Esq., Boston, Erie Ct. New York. Fulfills promise to write made when he left New York last fall Father' s family well and apparently contented though living in a log house. Writer has been splitting rails. Had thought of teaching school during the winter instead, and wishes he had done so. Hopes his cousin has recovered from "Texas fever." Today, Sunday, went three miles to a seven by nine log school house to attend church services. Sunday the most lonesome day in the new country. A.L.S. 4pp.
Racine March 12 1843 WI.Letters2w.Lette02
1843, Mar. 12. B. R. Perkins, Racine, to his brother Barnalias Perkins, Columbus, Ohio. Family news. The mouth of the Root River large enough for any craft that sails the lakes. Town needs a [harbor?] which he thinks it will get soon. Advises brother to come to Racine and ply his trade. Says that there are no carriage makers in the vicinity. A.L.S. 2pp.
Lafaette [sic] October 31 the 1843 WI.Letters2w.Lette03
1843, Oct. 31. Lucian Enos, Lafayette to his parents, David Enos, Pulaski, New York. Details of a trip from New York by steamer and costs. Arrived at Racine. Considerable illness, probably fever and ague. Differences in this country and New York not great. Can girdle the timber and sow wheat among the trees. May have to work out at $10. a month or can cut cordwood. Many family inquires. A.L.S. 3pp.
Milwaukie [sic] May 6th 1843 WI.Letters2w.Lette04
1843, May 6. E. T. Eastman, Milwaukee, to his father Samuel Eastman, Strong, Maine. Most severe winter in eighteen years, "so say the Indians." Weather has prevented steamboat navigation. No boat from Buffalo yet. Writer is prospering in real estate and building business. Sells lots in exchange for work on two brick houses that he is building. Lots that he bought for $20. now sell for $50. and $60. He also exchanges lots for crops. A.L.S. 4pp.
[City Illegible] Oct 15 1843 WI.Letters2w.Lette05
1843, Oct. 15. --------- ---------, Prairieville [Waukesha], to her brother Major G. G. [Tobey Pott?], Jay, New York. Climate very injurious to health. Many sick with chill, fever, and ague. Smallpox raging in Milwaukee. Very little fruit except pumpkins and apples at 10 shillings a bushel. Wheat is fifty cents a bushel, Oats 3 shillings, potatoes 25 cents, fresh pork 5 cents a pound. Young people appear cold and indifferent. A.L.S. 4pp.
Beloit, Wisconsin Territory, Sat. Aug. 26, 1843 WI.Letters2w.Lette06
1843, Aug. 26. Abel Wood, Beloit, to his father Benjamin F. Wood, Westminister, Massachusetts. Has just arrived. Describes trip by way of New York, Albany, Buffalo, and Chicago. From Chicago he traveled by stage coach to Belvidere where he procured a horse on which he completed his journey to Beloit. Engaged as a preacher at Beloit. Gives high praise to "Temperance Houses" where travelers "meet none of those red-nosed, blear-eyed, foul-mouthed, roguish-looking, mischief-loving, devil-serving gentry." A.L.S. 4pp.

Wisconsin territorial letters--1844: Call Number, Wis MSS MY Box 1 Folder 8 ([unpublished])

Delavan Walworth Co/ W. T./ March 1st 1844 WI.Letters2x.Lette01
1844, Mar. 1. A. B. Winchell, Delavan, to Rev. Benjamin Hill, Corresponding Secretary of the American Baptist Home Missionary Society, New York. Reports success of mission work. Congregations are large, solemn, and attentive. Gives quarterly report: 40 pastoral visits, 80 religious meetings, and 3 temperance meetings. Obtained 64 subscribers to the pledge. Preached at Colorado Springs, Sugar Creek, Jefferson, White Water, and Koskonong. A.L.S. 1p.
Burlington Oct. 2 1844 WI.Letters2x.Lette02
1844, Oct. 2. Roswell Oheney, Burlington [Foxville], to the executive committee of the Baptist Home Missionary Society, New York. Reports on the second quarter of his appointment which closed September 30. Receives very little pay in the field. Asks that pay for six months missionary labor be remitted. A.L.S. 2pp.
Rochester April the 7. 1844 WI.Letters2x.Lette03
1844, Apr. 7. Philander Cole, Rochester, to his uncle John Vaughn, Woodstock, Vermont. There is much sickness in the area. Some die of the ague. Norwegians are "indolent" people. Some are smart but not so smart as our Indians. Goods as cheap as in Vermont. Plows $5 to $7, two horses and wagon from $55 to $80, oxen $45 to $55, cows $10 to 15. Also mentions the prices of some of the lesser commodities. Good hunting and fishing. A.L.S. 3pp.
Spring Prarie [sic] April 3 the 1844 WI.Letters2x.Lette04
1844, Apr. 3. Lucian Enos, Spring Green, to his sister Nancy Enos, Richland, New York. Has been keeping the widow, the fatherless, and aiding the doctors. Is starting work [Doing what?] at $11 a month. Attends church and Sunday school. Family and neighborhood gossip. A.L.S. 3pp.
Stockbridge Near Green Bay W. T. March 28, 1844 WI.Letters2x.Lette05
1844, Mar. 28. Cutting Marsh, Postmaster at Stockbridge, to John W. Quinney, Washington, D.C. Requests that some business be taken care of for him in Washington and New York. A.L.S. 3pp.
Geneva, Walworth Co,. Wis. Terr/ January 1st 1844 WI.Letters2x.Lette06
1844, Jan. 1. Peter Conrad, Geneva, to Rev. Benjamin Hill, Corresponding Secretary of the American Baptist Home Missionary Society, New York. Application for appointment as pastor of the Geneva Baptist Church countersigned by Joseph W. Case, comity of the church. Describes the rapid growth of other religious denominations. Some mention of the economic life. A.L.S. 4pp.
Elkhorn Dec 2d 1844 WI.Letters2x.Lette07
1844, Dec. 2. George Sale, Elkhorn, to Miss Hannah Gale, Waterbury, Vermont. Enjoyed trip back home. Bought some books in New York on way back to Wisconsin. Was out hunting with the Judge during the recent term of the court. Will sell a piece of land in the East to her for $50. May be married soon. Have large writing and singing school. A.L.S. 3pp.

Wisconsin territorial letters--1845: Call Number, Wis Mss MY Box 1 Folder 9 ([unpublished])

Plattville [sic] Grant Co W. T./ Dec 8/ [18]45 WI.Letters2y.Lette01
1845, Dec. George R. Laughton, Platteville, to F. L. Church, Providence. Announces the birth of a son, Frederick George. Touches on Oregon question. There is much poverty among the miners. The society is bad. No Episcopal church and no hope of getting one. Would sell out tomorrow if an opportunity offered itself. A.L.S. 4pp.
Fort Atkinson/ July 27th 1845 WI.Letters2y.Lette02
1845, July 27. Rosina Clark, Fort Atkinson, Iowa [Postmarked Prairie du Chien.], to her brother Temple Clark, Ceresco, Wisconsin Territory. Discuses family affairs. Yearns for home. Feels like an "exile." A.L.S. 4pp.
Mineral Point Augt 19th 1845 WI.Letters2y.Lette03
1845, Aug. 19. John Brackin, Mineral Point, to S. Staats Taylor, Philadelphia. Mr. Bracken is evidently a legal representative of the Bank of the U.S. Discusses affairs pertaining to the bank's business. A.L.S. 1p.
Southport, Sept. 16 1845 WI.Letters2y.Lette04
1845, Sept. 16. George S. Willis, South Port [Kenosha], to Calvin Fletcher, Indianapolis. Briefly discusses personal business matters. A.L.S. 1p.
[Collection of letters to Rev. Benjamin M. Hill] WI.Letters2y.Lette05
1845, Mar. 29. Peter Conrad, Prairieville [Waukesha], to Rev. Benjamin M. Hill, Baptist Home Missionary Society, New York. As the missionary of Wisconsin Convention, he has explored the new parts of the territory and finds them destitute [of the Baptist religion]. Voted against a board resolution instructing him "to secure on behalf of our brethern in bonds the prayers and votes of all Christians." Refuses to go into the field as a political partisan. Two applications for missionary appointments, Jaques Delany, East Troy, and James Delany, Sullivan. The former is countersigned by Gaylord Graves and the latter by Jerimiah Osborn. A.L.S. 4pp.
Point Boss, Feb. 15, 1845 WI.Letters2y.Lette06
1845, Feb. 15. Edward Knight, Point Boss, to Mrs. J. L. Hale, New York. [Postmarked Fort Winnebago.] Would like to secure a loan from Hale to help pay for his farm at Sun Prairie. Is now teaching school on the Wisconsin River ten miles from Grand Rapids "where I lived last summer." Will soon start for home with cattle he collected on a debt. A.L.S. 3pp.
I last Sunday wrote you and Thomas WI.Letters2y.Lette07
1845, Aug. 24. E. S., Platteville, to Edward Symmes, Westford, Massachusetts. Illustrates "Western vicisitudes" by telling an involved story of a town women who remarried three weeks after her husband' s death and of an ensuing property entanglement that nearly resulted in a duel. Little of the sort could happen in the "Christian" states of the East. A.L.S. 4pp.

Wisconsin territorial letters--1846: Call Number, Wis Mss MY Box 1 Folder 10 ([unpublished])

Fonddulac [sic], Oct 20th 1846 WI.Letters2z.Lette01
1846, Oct. 20. John A. Eastman, Fond du Lac, to Miss Frances A. Eastman, Strong, Maine. Hard work has reduced his weight form 170 pounds to 148 pounds. Asks for Franc's daguerreotype, to see what change three years have made. Changes in Fund du Lac. Busy. Is Postmaster there. Have nine mails a week. A.L.S. 3pp.
Portage Prairie Columbia County June 15th 18[46] WI.Letters2z.Lette02
1846, June 15. L. B. Enos, Portage Prairie, to his sister Nancy Enos, South Richland, New York. Describes the town and a few of the inhabitants in some detail. A.L.S. 3pp.
Manitowwoc [sic] July the 13th, 1846 WI.Letters2z.Lette03
1846, July 13. William Perry Dolber, Manitowoc, to Mrs. Zebina Cushman, Ripton, Vermont. Arrived May 8. Works for $14 a month "as long as I am a mind to stay." An 800 foot pier has been built and settlers are expected to land here. Neighborhood news. A.L.S. 3pp.
Rec 24th Octr/ [Illegible] Wm Jessup & Sons WI.Letters2z.Lette04
1846, Oct. 6. William J. Hunt, Racine, to William Jessup Sons, New York. Encloses $150. If the [reel?] does not come before the close of navigation, it will be a grievous injury to him. A.L.S. 1p.
Milwaukee Wisconsin Ter'y Dec. 30th 1846 WI.Letters2z.Lette05
1846, Dec. 30. Lewis Raymond, Milwaukee, to Rev. B[enjamin] M. Hill, New York. Report of work done under the appointment of the American Baptist Home Missionary Society for the quarter ending January 1, 1846 [1847?]. Report brief because he and his wife were afflicted with the "prevailing sickness." Revivals for the winter look promising, but poor health prevents his taking part. A.L.S. 3pp.
Racine March 24, 1846 WI.Letters2z.Lette06
1846, Mar. 24. S. A. Perkins, Racine, to brother Barnabus Perkins, New Haven. Benjamin dead of inflammatory rheumatism. Rev. C. F. LeFevre officiated at the funeral. George and his wife living in town where George is making threshing machines. Painting window curtains, but not making much money. A.L.S. 2pp.
Columbia County W T Oct 26 1846 WI.Letters2z.Lette07
1846, Oct. 26. L. B. Enos, Waushara, to his sister Julia Enos, South Richland, New York. Has been well though sickness surrounds him. Most people have the ague with some cases of bilious fever. Plenty of government land yet, but doubts if there will be any left by spring. Corn is good. Sells at 25 cents a bushel, wheat 50 cents a bushel, beef $3 to $4 a hundred pounds. Prairies are burning, a beautiful sight. A.L.S. 2pp.
Fox Lake January the 5, 1846 WI.Letters2z.Lette08
1846, Jan. 5. L. B. Enos, Fox Lake [Waushara], to his father David Enos, South Richland, New York. New land is being settled rapidly by peoples from many countries. Is enthusiastic about the great opportunities offered in the new territory. Gives some family and local news. A.L.S. 3pp.
Janesville April 10th 1846 WI.Letters2z.Lette09
1846, Apr. 10. Luke Cheseboro, Janesville, to his uncle Cyrus Williams, New Haven. Has made seven trips, 800 to 900 miles, to Lake Michigan by ox team this winter, hauling wheat at 15 cents per bushel and carting and bringing back lumber for $5 per thousand, besides drawing all the family' s firewood five miles and going to the mill. Finished breaking land and sowed seventy acres of wheat last fall, and ten acres of oats. Details of controversy with Thomas ---------. Family news. A.L.S. 4pp.
Milwaukie [sic] W. T. July 1st, 1846 WI.Letters2z.Lette10
1846, July 1. Lewis Raymond, Milwaukee, to Rev. B[enjamin] M. Hill, Baptist Home Missionary Society, New York. Report for the quarter ending July 1, 1846. Delivered 48 sermons, attended 21 prayer meetings, baptized 6, attended 5 funerals, and solemnized 2 marriages. Includes some details concerning finances, membership, and government of the church. Slavery question is troublesome. If the board will forward $100., they will do the greatest kindness.
Green Bay W. T. Feb. 16th 1846 WI.Letters2z.Lette11
1846, Feb. 16. Jeremiah Porter, Green Bay, to his father Dr. William Porter, Hadley, Massachusetts. Pays filial respects. Remarks on the spring-like weather. Tells of the success of his religious work, and relates some local occurrences. A.L.S. 4pp.
Geneva Walworth Co Wis. Ter/ July 13th/ [18]46 WI.Letters2z.Lette12
1846, July 13. Joel W. Fish, Geneva, to Rev. Benjamin M. Hill, Baptist Home Missionary Society, New York. Report for the quarter ending July 1, 1846. His people [parishioners] have paid nothing during the quarter for missions, Bible publication, or educational societies. Asks that his salary be forwarded. A.L.S. 2pp.

Wisconsin territorial letters--1847: Call Number, Wis Mss MY Box 1 Folder 11 ([unpublished])

Febuary [sic] 9 1847 WI.Letters2aa.Lette01
1847, Feb. 9. Edwin Higby, Prairieville, to his cousin Anson Bates, East Granby, Connecticut. Asks for news of family. Had fever and ague for three months last season. A.L.S. 2pp.
Milwaukee Feby. 27.1847 WI.Letters2aa.Lette02
1847, Feb. 27. A. D. Smith, Milwaukee, to Hon. Elisha Morrow, Green Bay. Rejoices at the good prospect of the victory of the constitution. Predicts majority of from 200 to 400 for it. Combination of opposing Whigs and Democrats broken. A.L.S. 1p.
Madison April 6th 1847 WI.Letters2aa.Lette03
1847, Apr. 6. George W. Mitchell, Madison, to Hon. E[lisha] Morrow, Green Bay. Asks Morrow to force a collection [of note] on Mr. Whiting for Samuel R. Mervill. He will charge for collecting. A.L.S. 1p.
Whitewater Jan. 28 1847 WI.Letters2aa.Lette04
1847, Jan. 28. John L. Clark, White Water, to G. W. Harmon, Pawlet, Vermont. Business matters concerning the writer's wool factory. A.L.S. 2pp.
Plattville [sic] Grant Co Wis/ [January?] 22/ [18]47 WI.Letters2aa.Lette05
1847, Jan. 22. George R. Laughton, Platteville, to F. L. Church. Providence. An outlet for produce needed. Preliminary survey for the Chicago and Galena railroad now in progress. Gives some commodity prices. "Plattevilleans" have recently entertained by Rev. Cidevant [Col. Lehmanvousky?] of "Boney's Old Guard" who gave four interesting lectures on Bonaparte's campaigns in Russia and Egypt. Thermometer at 32 below zero. A.L.S. 3pp.
East Troy Sept 23 [18]47 WI.Letters2aa.Lette06
1847, Sept. 23. Absalom Miner, East Troy, to Rev. B[enjamin] M. Hill, Baptist Home Missionary Society, New York. Gives ten thousand thanks for Christian sympathy in his sad hour of irreparable calamity. Plans to be at the New York State Convention. They are not aware that some movements in some parts of the West do not altogether harmonize with the operations of the Home Missionary Society. A.L.S. 2pp.
Sheboygan Jun 26th 1847 WI.Letters2aa.Lette07
1847, June 26. Edward Ellwell, Sheboygan, to A. K. Peckham, Tunkhannock, Pa. Sheboygan growing fast, for there are now several hotels, stores, etc. Thinks the country is "bad". Too poor to support so large a town. The amount of building exceeds anything he ever saw before. There will be a state government soon. A.L.S. 3pp.
White oaksprings/ Lafayet [sic] Co/ Wisconsant [sic] Teritory [sic]/ August 14 the [sic] 1847 WI.Letters2aa.Lette08
1847, Aug. 14. Samuel Light, White Oak Springs, to Benjamin T. Kristine, Crawfordville, Indiana. Received a letter from C. Snyder saying that he had the money all ready for the writer. Collect the money as fast as it comes due. A.L.S. 1p.
Lafaette [sic] December 11--1847-- WI.Letters2aa.Lette09
1847, Dec. 11. Mary M. Rogers, Lafayette [Sent from Spring Prairie (Franklin) on Dec. 25.], to Miss Nancy Enos, South Richland, New York. Has erysipelas very bad. Called the doctor twice. All have sore eyes. Would like to go back again. "The children often speak within themselves they want to go back again." Mr. Rogers likes the country as well as he expected he should. A.L.S. 3pp.
[June 30, 1847]/ Dear brother, WI.Letters2aa.Lette10
1847, June 30. William Brand, Pleasant Prairie, the Rev. Benjamin [M.] Hill, Baptist Home Missionary Society, New York. Report for the quarter ending June 30, 1847. Gave 37 sermons, attended 6 prayer meetings, visited religiously families, traveled 224 miles doing his work, obtained 4 signatures to temperance pledges. Sunday schools not well-attended owing to jealousies and mistakes resulting from the conflict going on among the several different denominations. A.L.S. 2pp.
Neenah July fifth 1847 WI.Letters2aa.Lette11
1847, July 5. D. C. Hank, Neenah, to his brother N.B. Finch, Jay, New York. Will be married in a few moments. Wishes that the money had been sent to him by mail instead of by P. Bowman, for then he could be sure of receiving it. It is a good business (entering land for other people). Money is worth from 12 to 25 percent [of what?] here. A.L.S. 3pp.
Burlington July 17 1847 WI.Letters2aa.Lette12
1847, July 17. Amy B. Foster, Burlington [now Illinois], To Stephen Benedict, Sherburne, New York. "Dear parents." Neighbor and family gossip. Crops good. A.L.S. 3pp.
New Diggings July 17th 1847 WI.Letters2aa.Lette13
1847, July 17. Olive ---------, New Diggings, to her uncle Jeremiah Allen, Walpole, Massachusetts. Brother had a call from the church at Platteville to become the pastor. Church at Platteville very much divided. Electa's brother Erwin to come and preach at Platteville until brother can leave here. She would not like to remain here teaching after brother is gone. Forming societies in the East to send teachers West. Probably a poor idea for the new teachers will not be prepared for the trials that they will be obliged to meet. Four schools in the neighborhood, one a Catholic school. Her school has 34 scholars. 4 Sunday schools here. The Catholics exert much influence. They have a fine church, and are expecting a new bell. A.L.S. 4pp.
Geneva April 20th [1847]/ To Rev. B. M. Hill Secy of Am Bap H. M. Soc'y WI.Letters2aa.Lette14
1847, Apr. 20. J[oel] M. Fish, Geneva, to the Rev. Benjamin Hill, Baptist Home Missionary Society, New York. Received appropriation for the quarter ending April 1, 1847. The sum is incorrect. Balance due is $12.50. A.L.S. 1p.
Manitowoc Sept, 30 1847 WI.Letters2aa.Lette15
1847, Sept. 30. William P. [Dobber?], Manitowoc [Manitowoc Rapids], to Zebiner Cushman, Ripton, Vermont. Is tending the post office now for John P. Chumplin who has gone South to get "doctored." Worked for Mr. Sawyer who only paid $8. a month. The chill fever is pretty common this fall. Steamboats stop here as often as once a week now. A.L.S. 2pp.

Wisconsin territorial letters--1848: Call Number, Wis Mss MY Box 1 Folder 12 ([unpublished])

Racine Nov. 8th 1848 WI.Letters2bb.Lette01
1848, Nov. 8. J. P. Osgood, Racine, to Elizabeth Fletcher, Littleton, Massachusetts. "Dear Friend." Will fulfill all promises. A.L.S. 1p.
Geneva Wisconsin [Month not specified] 28th 1848 WI.Letters2bb.Lette02
1848, [Feb.] 28. A. Ferguson, Geneva, to George R. Pubius, Professor Normal School, Albany, New York. Has been in mercantile business 12 years. Wants to send his daughter to school in East, preferably the Albany Female Seminary. Asks advice. A.L.S. 1p.
Muskwonego [sic] Apr 9th 1848 WI.Letters2bb.Lette03
1848, Apr. 9. M. E. Whitney, Mukwonago [Springfield], to Hariett Hart, Victor, New York. Does not get homesick except on Sunday. Lives too far away to walk to church. Uncle has a horse but he is not a "meeting man." Many deaths occurred in the village. "They have a sort of [epodemick?] or black toung that the doctors know nothing about." Has had a little millinery and some dressmaking. Country is better than the writer expected. The settlers are very intelligent. A part of them are from New York State. A.L.S. 3pp.

Wisconsin territorial letters--1849: Call Number, Wis Mss MY Box 1 Folder 15 ([unpublished])

North Port Feb. 4th 1849 WI.Letters2cc.i0001

1849, Feb. 4. William Robertson, Northport, to Rev. Samuel Robertson, Waukau. "My Dear Mother." Writes of success of his revival work. Letter appended from Prairieville [Prairie Village], dated March 19, 1849, and signed by D. Robertson. "My Dear Husband." A.L.S. 3pp.

Wisconsin territorial letters--1850: Call Number, Wis Mss MY Box 1 Folder 13 ([unpublished])

Waukesha Sep. 19 1850 [Letters to/ from Messrs. Remington & Shepard] WI.Letters2dd.i0001

1850, Sept. 19. R. B. Hammond, Waukeska, to Remington and Shepard, Baraboo. Encloses $2. for taxes on lots 11 and 12, block 8. Is willing to sell them for $75. Letter appended from Remington and Shepard, Baraboo, dated Sept. 28, 1850 acknowledging the letter but stating that the $2. were not enclosed. A.L.S. 1p.

Wisconsin territorial letters--1851: Call Number, Wis Mss MY Box 1 Folder 14 ([unpublished])

L. Mills, Wis. Feby 20th 1851 WI.Letters2ee.Lette01
1851, Feb. 20. E.D. Seward, Lake Mills, to Rev. Martin Dudley, Ridgebury, Connecticut. His congregation also building a meeting house. Plan 30 by 4O foot church. Sharing school house with other denominations very unpleasant. Mentions Methodists, Wesleyans, Baptists, Episcopalians, Campbellites, and Swedenborgians. Will have to examine the philosophy of the latter group. Briefly describes a revival that is in progress. A.L.S. 3pp.
L. Mills, Wis. Aug [2] 1851 WI.Letters2ee.Lette02
1851, Aug. [Postmarked Aug. 18.] E.D. Seward, Lake Mills, to Rev. M[artin] Dudley, Ridgebury, Connecticut. Tells of the day to day tasks and other annoyances. Writes enviously, "You live where the ruts are worn deep and the Ark goes along in the road without continual attention." Bought a horse and wagon for $l25. Crops bad - especially wheat. Is thinking of leaving the territory but has no mature plans. Nothing remarkable has happened - except a fire which destroyed a [saleratus?] factory. Attended Christian Anti-slavery Convention at Chicago in July. Briefly describes the anti-slavery meeting and some of the people he saw. A.L.S. 3pp.
Office of Washburne & Woodman/ Mineral Point, Wisconsin, Nov 20 1851 WI.Letters2ee.Lette03
1851, Nov. 20. Washburn and Woodman, Mineral Point, to James Richardson, Madison. Received the land warrant for location, made the location and enclosed certificate. A.L.S. 1p.

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Foote, C. M. 1849-1889 (Charles M.); Brown, Walter S. Plat book of Brown County, Wisconsin (1889)

W. W. Hixson and Co. Map of Brown County, Wisconsin (1900)

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Rice, O. C. Illustrated atlas of Shawano County, Wis., 1898 containing twenty-six towns and one section map (1898)

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Racine, Kenosha Counties ([date unknown])

Keyes, Ray Ray Keyes remembers ([date unknown])

Johnson, Melvin J. Remembrances from a life membership, 1903-1993, at Norway Luthern Church ([1993])

Rochester Academy "Echo" (1910)

Rochester Academy "Echo" (1911)

Rochester Wis. 1837-1976 ([date unknown])

St. Peter's Ev. Lutheran Church diamond jubilee 1864-1939 Waterford, Wisconsin featuring the dedication of the memorial organ ([date unknown])

St. Thomas Aquinas catholic church: Waterford, Wisconsin: dedication pictorial directory ([date unknown])

Palmer, Barbara; Pederson, Jim The town of Norway, then and now: a bicentennial project (1983)

Waterford...beauty for all seasons ([date unknown])

Ludtke, Leslie A. Waterford graded school history ([1992?])

Waterford: stories of our village and its busy life, Waterford, Wisconsin ([1923])

The Waterford times: Vol. 1, No. 1 (1874)

1864-1964 St. Peter's Lutheran Church 122 N. Third Street Waterford, Wisconsin ([date unknown])

Adams, Peter Neenah historical and architectural survey project: intensive survey report (1982)

The purpose of this survey was to compile a list of districts and individual properties potentially eligible to the National Register of Historic Places within the city limits of Neenah, Wisconsin, as the first phase of the properties surveyed, 172 were identified by the principal investigator as potentially eligible, 83% of which were within six districts. Two of these districts were commercial and the rest were residential. An additional 232 properties of unknown or future eligibility wre also identified, 29% of which were within two residential districts. With the completion of the survey, it is recommended that the education and nomination phases of the project begin. In addition, it is recommended that a committee be appointed by the Mayor to formulate a landmarks commision ordinance in order to integrate historic preservation into public and private planning.

Cunningham, G. A. (Gustavus A.) History of Neenah, illustrated : being a complete historical sketch from the "early days" to the present time, with interesting incidents and personal reminiscences, containing also a full and complete record of Neenah in the Rebellion and a complete city and business directory (1878)

Nyman, Terry A. Index to Shattuck History of Neenah, 1878-1958 and a summary of earlier years (1979)

A history of Neenah (1958)

Sterling's Menasha, Wis. Directory, 1920-21 (1920)

Sterling's Neenah, Wis. Directory, 1920-21 (1920)

Wright's Menasha city directory, 1924 (1924)

Wright's Neenah city directory, 1924 (1924)

Kimberly, James C. The history of the Neenah-Nodaway Yacht Club of Neenah, Wisconsin: an account of yacht racing on Lake Winnebago from 1859 to 1957 (1957)

Memories of Doty Island : a link between two cities (1999)

Neenah and Menasha Water Power Co. Fox and Wisconsin Improvement Co. letter to the Secretary of War, relative to storage of water in Lake Winnebago, complete history of the Neenah Dam. Its private ownership and rights. (1900)

The centennial story, 1848-1948: program, history, letters, and tributes (1948)

Dunwiddie, William E. The parks of Neenah: an historical interpretation (1993)

Munroe, Philip Windows of worship: stained glass windows in the churches of Neenah and Menasha: a photo album (2002)

Zabel's rural route directory of Winnebago County, 1928 (1928)

25 years of basketball at Neenah High School under Ole Jorgensen, 1926-1951 (1951)

First Presbyterian Church, Neenah, Wisconsin, 1848-1998; 150 years of mission and ministry (1999)

The Valley of the Lower Fox: historical, descriptive, picturesque (1887)

Martin, Deborah Beaumont Art work of the Fox river valley (1902)

Classified buyers' guide of the city of Neenah, Wisconsin: 1937 (1937)

1939 Neenah-Menasha community directory (1939)

Neenah-Menasha community directory, 1934 (1934)

Zabel's Neenah-Menasha, Wisconsin, city directory, August 1, 1928 (1928)

W. H. Lightfoot Co.'s Winnebago County, Wis. directory, 1928-1929 : containing an alphabetical arranged list of rural residents, with complete information regarding each home : also a complete directory of the the towns of Allenville, Butte des Morts, Eureka, Fisk, Larsen, Omro, Pickett, Rush Lake, Waukau, Winchester, Winnebago and Winneconne. (1928)

The Cub: the Neenah High School annual (1928)

The Council tree (1920)

The Cub: the Neenah High School annual (1926)

Wisconsin Telephone Company directory of Neenah, Menasha and Appleton exchanges, July 1, 1907 (1907)

Bell Telephone directory for Neenah-Menasha, December 1913 (1913)

Anderson, A.C. (Alfred Conrad); Geib, W. J. (Warren Jacob); Hull, H. H. (Harold Haight); Whitson, Merritt Soil Survey of Winnebago County, Wisconsin (1932)

Neenah-Menasha, Wisconsin, city directory (1931)

Hixson (W.W.) and Company Atlas of Winnebago County, Wisconsin. (1928)

Manual for the use of the assembly, of the state of Wisconsin, for the year 1853 (1853)

A manual of customs, precedents, and forms, in use in the Assembly of the state of Wisconsin: together with the rules, the apportionment, and other lists and tables for reference, with indices (1859)

A manual of customs, precedents, and forms, in use in the Assembly of Wisconsin: together with the rules, the apportionment, and other lists and tables for reference, with indices: Second Annual Edition (1860)

A manual of customs, precedents and forms, in use in the Assmenbly of Wisconsin; together with the rules, the apportionments, and other lists and tables for reference, with indices: Third Annual Edition (1861)

The legislative manual of the state of Wisconsin. Comprising Jefferson's manual, the rules; also lists and tables for reference, with indices: First Annual Edition (1862)

The legislative manual of the state of Wisconsin; comprising Jefferson's manual, the rules, forms and laws for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference: Second Annual Edition (1863)

The legislative manual of the state of Wisconsin; comprising Jefferson's manual, rules, forms and laws, for the regulation of business: also, lists and tables for reference: Third Annual Edition (1864)

The legislative manual of the state of Wisconsin, comprising Jefferson's manual, rules, forms and laws, for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference: Fourth Annual Edition (1865)

The legislative manual, of the state of Wisconsin; comprising Jefferson's manual, rules, forms and laws, for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference: Fifth Annual Edition (1866)

The legislative manual, of the state of Wisconsin; comprising Jefferson's manual, rules, forms and laws, for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference: Sixth Annual Edition (1867)

The legislative manual, of the state of Wisconsin; comprising Jefferson's manual, rules, forms and laws, for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference: Seventh Annual Edition (1868)

The legislative manual, of the state of Wisconsin; comprising Jefferson's manual, rules, forms and laws, for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference: Eighth Annual Edition (1869)

The legislative manual of the state of Wisconsin; comprising Jefferson's manual, rules, forms and laws, for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference: Ninth Annual Edition (1870)

The legislative manual of the state of Wisconsin; comprising Jefferson's manual, rules, forms and laws for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference: Tenth Annual Edition (1871)

[The legislative manual of the state of Wisconsin; comprising Jefferson's manual, rules, forms and laws for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference] ([1872])

The legislative manual of the state of Wisconsin: comprising the constitution of the United States and of the state of Wisconsin, Jefferson's manual, forms and laws for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference, etc.: Twelfth Annual Edition (1873)

The legislative manual of the state of Wisconsin: comprising the constitutions of the United States and of the state of Wisconsin, Jefferson's manual, forms and laws for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference, etc.: Thirteenth Annual Edition (1874)

The legislative manual of the state of Wisconsin: comprising the constitutions of the United States and of the state of Wisconsin, Jefferson's manual, forms and laws for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference, etc.: Fourteenth Annual Edition (1875)

The legislative manual of the state of Wisconsin: comprising the constitutions of the United States and of the state of Wisconsin, Jefferson's manual, forms and laws for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference, etc.: Fifteenth Annual Edition (1876)

The legislative manual of the state of Wisconsin: comprising the constitutions of the United States and of the state of Wisconsin, Jefferson's manual, forms and laws for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference, etc.: Sixteenth Annual Edition (1877)

The legislative manual of the state of Wisconsin: comprising the constitutions of the United States and of the state of Wisconsin, Jefferson's manual, forms and laws for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference, etc.: Seventeenth Annual Edition (1878)

The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin, for 1879. Containing the constitutions of the United States and of the state; Jefferson's manual; rules and orders of the senate and assembly, and annals of the legislature; also, statistical tables and history of state institutions: Eighteenth Annual Edition (1879)

The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin (1880)

The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin (1881)

The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin (1882)

The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin (1883)

The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin. Comprising the constitutions of the United States and of the state of Wisconsin, Jefferson's manual, forms and laws for the regulation of business; also lists and tables for reference, etc.: Twenty-Third Volume (1885)

The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin (1887)

The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin (1889)

The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin (1891)

The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin (1893)

The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin (1895)

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The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin (1907)

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The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin (1911)

The Wisconsin Blue Book (1913)

The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1915 (1915)

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The state of Wisconsin Blue Book, 1970 (1970)

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American Chair Co. American Chair Company manufacturers: catalog no. 6005 ([date unknown])

American Chair Co. General catalog no. 5203 (1900/1999?)

American Chair Co. Contract catalog no. 5209 (1900/1999?)

American Chair Co. Tropique furniture: rattan and simulated rattan (1900/1999?)

American Chair Co. General catalog no. 5501 (1900/1999?)

American Chair Co. Catalog no. 6201 (1962)

American Parlor Frame Company Yes there is something new for small upholstering shops! ([19--?])

Bemis Riddell Fibre Company Catalog no. 7 (1900s)

Buchen, Gustave William, 1886- Historic Sheboygan County (1976)

Crocker Chair Company Chairs for offices, banks and other public institutions (1900/1999?)

Crocker Chair Company General catalog, 1924-1925: household and dining room furniture, office-school and hotel chairs (1925)

Crocker Chair Company Illustrated catalogue (1884)

Dillingham Manufacturing Company Catalogue of medicine cabinets, folding chairs, folding tables, furniture and wooden ware specialties, 1925-1926 (1925)

Elks (Fraternal order). Sheboygan Lodge Souvenir: Elks' street fair and carnival, August 25th to 30th, 1902 (1902)

Foote, C. M. 1849-1899. (Charles M.); Henion, J. W.; ca. 1832-1904 (John W.) Plat book of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin (1889)

G. A. Randall and Co. An illustrated historical atlas of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin (1875)

Garton Toy Co. Wheel goods and sleds for 60 years, 1938 (1938)

George Spratt and Company Geo. Spratt and Co., wholesale manufacturers of dining room, children's and toy chairs (1894)

George Spratt and Company Geo. Spratt and Co., wholesale manufacturers of dining room, children's and toy chairs (1896)

George Spratt and Company Geo. Spratt and Co., wholesale manufacturers of dining room, children's and toy chairs (1898)

Groh Bros. Sheboygan, Wis., illustrated (1891)

Hill Children's Carriage Factory Catalog of children's carriages ([19--?])

Information Services, Mead Public Library Index to History of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin by Carl Zillier: Vol. I (1974)

Information Services, Mead Public Library Index to History of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin by Carl Zillier: Vol. II (1982)

Jerry Donohue Engineering Co. Atlas of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin (1916)

Jerry Donohue Engineering Co. Atlas of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin (1920)

Joerns Brothers Illustrated historical atlas of Sheboygan County (1902)

Knipping, Mark H. A history of the 27th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment in the War of the Rebellion, 1862-1865 (2001)

Kohler Company Porcelain enameled iron sanitary ware (1914)

Leberman, Joseph E One hundred years of Sheboygan ([date unknown])

Mattoon, George B. Illustrated catalogue and price list of George B. Mattoon, manufacturer of furniture (1884)

Northern Furniture Company Northern Furniture Company catalog 39: No. 39 (1927)

Phoenix Chair Company Illustrated catalogue (1885-1886)

Phoenix Chair Company Supplement 53 (1900/1999?)

Schmidt, Paul W. Co. C, 127th Infantry, in the World War; a story of the 32nd Division and a complete history of the part taken by Co. C (1919)

Sheboygan and Mississippi Railroad Company Proceedings of the board of commissioners (1853-1863)

Sheboygan County Agricultural Society Rules, regulations, and list of premiums of the 36th annual fair, to be held at Sheboygan Falls, Wis., September 20, 21, 22 and 23, 1887 (1887)

Sheboygan Businessmen's Association Sheboygan, the land of contentment (1912)

Sheboygan Centennial and Homecoming Association Sheboygan centennial and homecoming, 1834-1934: official souvenir program and historic booklet (1934)

Sheboygan Centennial Committee Sheboygan centennial celebration, 1853-1953: official souvenir program and historic booklet, August 9th thru 15th, 1953 (1953)

Sheboygan Chair Company Illustrated catalogue, 1906-7 (1907)

Sheboygan Chair Company Chairs for offices, banks and other public institutions: Office chair catalog number 41 (1900/1999?)

Sheboygan Chair Company Chairs for the office, school, hotel, tavern and general contract: Catalog number 73 (1900/1999?)

Sheboygan Chair Company General catalog (1900/1999?)

Sheboygan Chair Company General catalog no. 68: General catalog no. 68 (1930/1939?)

Sheboygan Chair Company Sheboygan Chair Company, 1927-1928 (1928)

Sheboygan Fibre Furniture Company Sheboygan Fibre Furniture Co., manufacturers of high grade fibre and upholstered furniture: Catalog number eighteen: Catalog number eighteen (1937)

Stiles, C. O.; Heyer, A. O. A souvenir of Sheboygan County, Wis. (1904)

Trester, Henry W., 1857-1928. History of the Evergreen City Guard resp. the Co. "C" of the 2 Regiment of the Wisconsin National Guard: from the founding of the company till its reception into the federal army (1984)

Badger boys in danger; not Company G (1898)

The farm journal illustrated rural directory of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin (with a complete road map of the county) (1918)

History of Sheboygan County (1898)

History of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, past and present: Vol. I (1912)

History of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, past and present: Vol. II (1912)

Official souvenir: Sheboygan home coming, August ninth to fourteenth, 1909, Sheboygan, Wis. (1909)

Old settlers reunion record (June 22, 1881)

Portrait and biographical record of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin : containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the county, together with biographies and portraits of all the presidents of the United States and the governors of the state of Wisconsin (1894)

Sheboygan, Wisconsin (1927?)

Sheboygan County historical review: first quarter, 1909 (1909)

Sheboygan County historical review: Vol. 2, No. 1 (April, 1910)

Sheboygan County historical review: Vol. 2, No. 2 (July, 1910)

Sheboygan County historical review: Vol. 2, No. 4 (January, 1911)

Sheboygan and Calumet Plank Road Company: articles of incorporation ([date unknown])

Sheboygan and Calumet Plank Road Company: bound proceedings of the board of directors (1855-1878)

Sheboygan and Calumet Plank Road Company: bound proceedings of the board of directors (1878/1900 )

Sheboygan and Calumet Plank Road Company: deeds (1855-1862)

Sheboygan and Calumet Plank Road Company: toll gate cash book ([date unknown])

Sheboygan and Calumet Plank Road Company: transcript of the proceedings of the board of directors (1855-1867)

Sheboygan and Calumet Plank Road Company: transcript of the proceedings of the board of directors (1868-1878)

Sheboygan's part in the world war (1919)

Directory of the inhabitants, institutions, incorporated companies, manufacturing establishments, business, business firms, etc., etc., in the city of Sheboygan for 1868-9 (1868)

Pryor & Co's Sheboygan city directory. 1875-76. Comprising an alphabetical list of citizens, a classified business directory, lists of city and county officers, churches, schools, societies, streets and wards (1875-1876)

Pryor & Co's Manitowoc city directory. 1875-76. Comprising an alphabetical list of citizens, a classified business directory, lists of city and county officers, churches, schools, societies, streets and wards (1875-1876)

Sheboygan city directory. 1884. Comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers; the public and private schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, secret and benevolent societies, etc., etc. (1884)

Sheboygan city directory. 1886. Comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers; the public and private schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, secret and benevolent societies, etc., etc. (1886)

Wright's directory of Sheboygan for 1887-8 comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers; the public and private schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc., etc. (1887-1888)

Wright's directory of Sheboygan Co. for 1889-90 comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers; the public and private schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc., etc. List of farmers of Sheboygan County and a new city map. (1889-1890)

Wright's directory of Sheboygan for 1891-92 comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers; the public and private schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, secret and benevolent societies, etc. (1891)

Wright's directory of Sheboygan for 1893-94 embracing an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers; the public and private schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, secret and benevolent societies, etc. (1893)

Wright's Sheboygan city and county directory (1920)

Wright's Sheboygan city and county directory (1922)

Pott's directory of the city and county of Sheboygan, 1895-96 (1895)

Pott's directory of the city and county of Sheboygan, 1897-98 (1897)

Pott's directory of the city and county of Sheboygan (1902)

Pott's directory of the city and county of Sheboygan (1902)

Pott's directory of the city and county of Sheboygan (1904-1905)

Pott's directory of the city and county of Sheboygan (1904-1905)

Zorn's directory of the city and county of Sheboygan (1906-1907)

Directory of the city and county of Sheboygan (1908-1909)

Directory of the city and county of Sheboygan (1908-1909)

Directory of the city and county of Sheboygan (1910-1911)

Directory of the city and county of Sheboygan (1910-1911)

Zorn's rural routes directory of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin (1903)

Zorn's directory of the city of Sheboygan (1912-1913)

Zorn's directory of the county of Sheboygan (1912-1913)

Sheboygan Publishing Company Sheboygan Publishing Company's directory of the city and county of Sheboygan: Part I (1915-1916)

Reynolds, Preston Log book of Preston Reynolds: one of the 4 river rovers on a trip down the Wisconsin, Mississippi, and up the Rock and Yaharra Rivers: SC 1167 ([unpublished])

Menasha High School: first annual (1916)

The Menasha High School annual: 1917: Volume II (1917)

The Nicolet, 1919: Volume III (1919)

The Nicolet: Volume Four (1920)

The Nicolet: Volume V (1922)

The Nicolet: Vol. VI (1923)

The Nicolet: Vol. VII (1924)

The Nicolet (1925)

The Nicolet (1929)

Auer, James M. Centennial memories: a brief history of Menasha, Wisconsin (1953)

The nugget (1926)

Charter of the city of Menasha (1891)

The first city of the lower Fox River. Menasha, Wisconsin, its trade, industries, inducements to capitalists, and its pre-eminence as a manufacturing, residence, and educational city ([1887])

Menasha Press (Menasha, Wisconsin) Semi-centennial souvenir edition of the Menasha Press (1898)

Historical review of the state of Wisconsin: its industrial and commercial resouces (1887)

Farrell-McCoy's Berlin city directory, 1915-1916. Containing an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; street directory; street and avenue guide; miscellaneous directory; city and county officers; rural routes; churches; colleges; public and private schools; banks; railroads; secret and benevolent societies, etc., etc. and a complete classified business directory (1915-1916)

Fox, Edgar B.; Dudley, W. T. History and directory of Green Lake and Waushara Counties, and the city of Ripon, containing historical sketches of the counties cities and principal villages, alphabetical lists of firms and individuals engaged in business, a complete classified business directory, lists of first and present county and city officers, present town officers, churches, schools, organizations, etc., etc., etc. (1869)

Gillespy, John C. The history of Green Lake County, containing biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc., as related by old pioneers; with a reliable description of the city of Berlin, towns and villages, soil, productions, population, etc., observations and general remarks (1860)

Berlin city directory, 1892. With business and street directory; also of churches, secret societies, etc. (1892)

Smith, Du Moulin and Co, comp. The Berlin city directory. Containing the names of the citizens, a business directory, an accurately compiled street and avenue directory, a state and city record and an appendix of much useful information (1858)

Berlin city directory, 1898. With business and street directory, also of churches, secret societies, etc. (1898)

Geo. A. Ogle and Co. Standard atlas of Green Lake County, Wisconsin, including a plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county. Map of the state, United States and world. Patrons directory, reference business directory and departments devoted to general information. Analysis of the system of U. S. land surveys, digest of the system of civil government, etc. etc. (1923)

Klingebeil, W. E. Map of the city of Berlin, Wisconsin: 1892 ([date unknown])

Industrial review of Princeton, Wisconsin (1897)

Stemler, Joyce Bennett They went south : biographical sketches of the Civil War veterans, from Berlin, Wisconsin (1966)

Wright's directory of Fond du Lac Co. for 1905 …: Vol. XI (1905)

Wright's Fond du Lac Directory: including North Fond du Lac for 1915-1916 ... (1915-1916)

Wright's directory of Fond du Lac Co. for 1897-98 …: Volume II (1897-98)

A souvenir of Fond du Lac County, Wis. ([1904?])

Lewis, H. O. Souvenir of Fond du Lac, fully illustrated: showing the progress of the best city in Wisconsin ([1912?])

Souvenir album: old settlers and home-comers of Fond du Lac County (1912)

Fond du Lac city directory, and business advertiser, for 1865-'66 ([1865])

Centennial 1876 directory of Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, containing full directories of Fond du Lac, Ripon, Waupun, Brandon, Oakfield, New Cassel, Calvary, St. Cloud, Dundee, Calumet, Rosendale and other centers of trade and all the farming portion of Fond du Lac County; each in a department by itself, arranged in alphabetical order, and contained in one closely printed volume (1876)

Holland's quadrennial city directory of Fond du Lac, Wis. For the years 1887-91: in four parts containing respectively, historical, editorial, name and business departments (1887)

The school quarterly: Vol. III, No. 2 (March, 1912)

Behlen, Lawrence Index to Green Lake County plat maps contained in Historical atlas of the world illustrated ([date unknown])

Farmer Atlas and farm directory with complete survey in township plats; Green Lake County, Wisconsin: containing plats of all townships with owners' names; also maps of the state, United States and world; also an outline map of the county showing location of townships, villages, roads, schools, churches, railroads, streams, etc., etc. (1914)

Jones, Charles Henry, 1837-1911 Historical atlas of the world illustrated, giving histories and maps of all the countries in their geographical statistical and commercial aspects, together with a complete history of the original surveys of the United States, with a special map showing lands surveyed by government (1875)

Foote, C. M. 1849-1899, (Charles M.); Hood, E. C. (Edwin C.) Plat book of Jefferson County, Wisconsin (1899)

Ott, John Henry Jefferson County, Wisconsin and its people: a record of settlement, organization, progress and achievement: Volume II (1917)

Warfield, Joy; Jefferson County (Wis.); Planning Department How will we know it's us without our past? Fort Atkinson's architectural heritage (1980)

Knox, Jane Shaw Lorine Niedecker: an original biography (1987)

Fort Atkinson residential, classified, and rural directory: 1923. Containing the names, addresses and telephone numbers of all residents. Also 'phone numbers of representative business and professional men of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin (1923)

Wright's directory of Jefferson County for 1905-6, comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc. and a list of farmer's of Jefferson County (1905)

Wright's directory of Jefferson County for 1900-1, comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc. and a list of farmers of Jefferson County (1900)

Wright's directory of Jefferson County for 1908-9, comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc. and a list of farmers of Jefferson County (1908)

Farrell-McCoy's Fort Atkinson city directory, 1915-1916. Containing an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; street directory; street and avenue guide; miscellaneous directory; city and county officers; rural routes; churches; colleges; public and private schools; banks; railroads; secret and benevolent societies, etc., etc. and a complete classified business directory (1915-1916)

Johnson Publishing Company Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin city directory: 1938. Containing an alphabetical directory of business concerns and private citizens, a street and avenue guide and much information of a miscellaneous character. A buyers guide and a complete classified business directory, also a Fort Atkinson rural route directory (1938)

Thayer, Crawford Beecher; Daily Jefferson County Union Happy 150th birthday, Fort Atkinson (1986)

[Niedecker, Lorine] Personal cookbook of Lorine Niedecker ([date unknown])

Niedecker, Lorine Paean to place (August, 1969)

Niedecker, Lorine Cooking book ([date unknown])

Epitaphs for Lorine (1973)

[Niedecker, Lorine] Lorine's home-made book for Aeneas (1956)

Niedecker, Lorine My friend tree (1961)

Niedecker, Lorine Lake Superior (1966)

[Niedecker, Lorine] Adams papers ([date unknown])

Niedecker, Lorine [Scrapbook of Lorine Niedecker's on travels in 1967-68 to Lake Superior, Michigan, Canada, North Dakota, and Minnesota] (1967-1968)

Niedecker, Lorine [Scrapbook of Lorine Niedecker's trip to South Dakota in 1965] (1965)

Niedecker, Lorine Schoolcraft ([date unknown])

Handmade book of twenty-five typed pages with some handwritten additions placed in a rust colored construction paper cover secured with masking tape and paper brads.

Niedecker, Lorine Minn. alphabetized ([date unknown])

Handmade book of twenty typed pages, some with handwritten comments, covered with blue construction paper, bound with masking tape and paper brads.

Niedecker, Lorine Agate - history of : remembering rocks ([date unknown])

Handmade book of four typed pages with extensive handwritten notes. Cover is pink construction paper bound with masking tape and paper brads.

Niedecker, Lorine Notes ([date unknown])

Handmade book of twenty-five typed pages with extensive handwritten notes. Cover is black construction paper bound with masking tape and paper brads. Subjects are Green Bay, Michigan, Mackinaw Island and other locations.

Niedecker, Lorine Small handwritten notes ([date unknown])

[Niedecker, Lorine] Lake Superior American lake series - Ft. library ([date unknown])

Slinger (Wisconsin) Centennial Committee Schleisingerville to Slinger, 1869-1969: historical album and centennial program book (1969)

Slinger Advancement Association (Slinger, Wisconsin) Slinger historical album: Schleisingerville to Slinger, 125 years, 1869-1994 (1994)

Assessment roll for the Village of Barneveld for the year 1906 (1906)

[Public records of Village of Barneveld] (1906-1910)

Minutes: Village of Barneveld (1906-1948)

Minutes: Village of Barneveld (1948-1960)

Minutes: Village of Barneveld (May 1960/August 1970)

Village of Barneveld (September 1970/September 1980)

Village of Barneveld (October 1980/October 1985)

Village of Barneveld (October 1985/December 1991)

Village of Barneveld (January 1992/December 1995)

Barneveld Cheese Co.: rent account (1947-1965)

Fifth hour english and social studies class, Barneveld High School, Barneveld, WI Barneveld community profile (June, 1977)

Barneveld High School, class of 1928 (1928)

B.H.S. hi-lights of 1937 (1937)

B.H.S. hi-lights of 1953 (1953)

1959 hi-lites (1959)

Board of appeals: No. 1 (1984-1997)

Historical collection of Lilas Miller donated to the Barneveld Public Library May 7, 2008: scrapbook ([date unknown])

Historical collection of Lilas Miller donated to the Barneveld Public Library May 7, 2008: the receipt tree (1940-1976)

Historical collection of Lilas Miller donated to the Barneveld Public Library May 7, 2008: scrapbook 1960s-1972 (1960-1972)

Historical collection of Lilas Miller donated to the Barneveld Public Library May 7, 2008: 1973-1975 (1973-1975)

Historical collection of Lilas Miller donated to the Barneveld Public Library May 7, 2008: scrapbook 1976-1979 (1976-1979)

Historical collection of Lilas Miller donated to the Barneveld Public Library May 7, 2008: scrapbook 1980-1984 (1980-1984)

Historical collection of Lilas Miller donated to the Barneveld Public Library May 7, 2008: tornado, June 8, 1984 (1984)

Ledger ([date unknown])

Davis, Ethel (Maahs) Maahs scrapbook: book number 1 ([date unknown])

Davis, Ethel (Maahs) Maahs scrapbook: book number 2 ([date unknown])

Davis, Ethel (Maahs) Maahs scrapbook: book number 3 ([date unknown])

Planning commission: No. 1 ([date unknown])

Prairie Farmer's home and county directory of Iowa County, Wisconsin ([1929])

Public school diploma (1924)

Register friend: Vol. XVIIL No. 10 (Aug. 2, 1901)

School souvenir ([1918])

School souvenir, 1922 (1922)

Helmenstine, John F. Weehaukaja: a history of the village of Barneveld and the town of Brigham: Volume one (August 1976)

Helmenstine, John F. Weehaukaja: a history of the village of Barneveld and the town of Brigham: Volume two (August 1977)

Second annual report of the board of education, and the superintendent of the public schools of Madison, for the year 1856 (1856)

Third annual report of the board of education, and the superintendent of the public schools of Madison, for the year 1857 (1857)

Annual report of the board of education of the city of Madison, for the years 1861 and 1862, adopted Dec. 16. 1862 (1861-1962)

Annual report of the board of education and superintendent of schools, for the year ending December 31st, 1863 (1863)

Annual reports of the board of education of the city of Madison, for the years 1864 and 1865 (1864-1865)

Annual report of the board of education, of the city of Madison, for the year 1866 (1866)

Annual report of the board of education of the city of Madison, for the year 1867 (1867)

Annual report of the board of education of the city of Madison, for the year 1868 (1868)

Annual report of the board of education of the city of Madison, for the year 1869 (1869)

Annual report of the board of education of the city of Madison, for the year 1870 (1870)

Annual report of the board of education of the city of Madison, for the year 1871 (1871)

Annual report of the board of education of the city of Madison, for the year 1872 (1872)

Annual report of the board of education of the city of Madison, for the year 1873 (1873)

Annual report of the board of education of the city of Madison, for the year 1874 (1874)

Annual report of the board of education of the city of Madison, for the year 1875 (1875)

Annual report of the board of education of the city of Madison, for the year 1876 (1876)

Annual report of the board of education, of the city of Madison, for the year 1877 (1877)

Annual report of the board of education, of the city of Madison, for the year 1878 (1878)

Annual report of the board of education, of the city of Madison, for the year 1879 (1879)

Annual report of the board of education of the city of Madison, for the year 1880 (1880)

Annual report of the board of education of the city of Madison, for the year 1881 (1881)

Annual report of the board of education, of the city of Madison, for the year 1882 (1882)

Annual report of the board of education of the city of Madison, for the year 1883 (1883)

Madison public schools, report for 1885 and history from 1838 to 1885 (1885)

Annual report of the public schools of Madison, Wisconsin, for 1886 (1886)

Annual report of the public schools of Madison, Wisconsin, for 1887 (1887)

Annual report of the public schools of Madison, Wisconsin, for 1888 (1888)

Annual report of the public schools of Madison, Wisconsin, for 1889-90 (1889-1890)

Annual report of the public schools of Madison, Wisconsin, for 1890-91 (1890-1891)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wisconsin: 1891-92 (1891-1892)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wis.: 1892-93 (1892-1893)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wis.: 1893-94 (1893-1894)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wis.: 1894-95 (1894-1895)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wis.: 1895-96 (1895-1896)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wis.: 1896-97 (1896-1897)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wis.: 1897-98 (1897-1898)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wis.: 1898-99 (1898-1899)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wis.: 1899-1900 (1899-1900)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wis.: 1900-1901 (1900-1901)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wis.: 1901-1902 (1901-1902)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wisconsin: 1902-1903 (1902-1903)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wisconsin: 1903-1904 (1903-1904)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wisconsin: 1904-1905 (1904-1905)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wisconsin: 1905-1906 (1905-1906)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wisconsin: 1906-1907 (1906-1907)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wisconsin, special high school number: 1907-1908 (1907-1908)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wisconsin: 1908-1909 (1908-1909)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wisconsin: 1910-1911 (1910-1911)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wisconsin, with courses of study and outlines of work: 1910-1911 (1910-1911)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wisconsin: 1911-1912 (1911-1912)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wisconsin: 1912-1913 (1912-1913)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wisconsin: 1913-1914 (1913-1914)

Annual report of the public schools of the city of Madison, Wisconsin: 1914-1915 (1914-1915)

The Madison public schools sixty-second annual report: 1916-1917 with directory 1917-1918 (1916-1917)

The Madison public schools sixty-third annual report: 1917-1918 with directory 1918-1919 (1917-1918)

Report of the school year 1928-1929 being the seventy-fourth annual report of the public schools of Madison, Wisconsin (1928-1929)

Report of the school year 1929-30 being the seventy-fifth annual report of the public schools of Madison, Wisconsin (1929-1930)

Report of the school year 1930-31 being the seventy-sixth annual report of the public schools of Madison, Wisconsin (1930-1931)

Report of the school year 1931-1932 being the seventy-seventh annual report of the public schools of Madison, Wisconsin (1931-1932)

Report of the school year 1932-33 being the seventy-eighth annual report of the public schools of Madison, Wisconsin (1932-1933)

Report of the school year 1933-34 being the seventy-ninth annual report of the public schools of Madison, Wisconsin (1933-1934)

Report of the school year 1934-35, being the eightieth annual report of the public schools of Madison, Wisconsin (1934-1935)

Report of the school year 1935-36 being the eighty-first annual report of the public schools of Madison, Wisconsin (1935-1936)

Report of the school year 1936-37, being the eighty-second annual report of the public schools of Madison, Wisconsin (1936-1937)

Report of the school year 1937-38 being the eighty-third annual report of the public schools of Madison, Wisconsin (1937-1938)

Beginning the second century in the Madison public schools: eighty-fourth annual report, 1938-39 (1938-1939)

Democracy, the worth of the individual: eighty-fifth annual report, 1939-1940 (1939-1940)

Democracy, the welfare of all: 86th annual report, 1940-1941 (1940-1941)

Madison schools in wartime: biennial report, 1941-1942, 1942-1943 (1941-1942/1942-1943)

Learning to read in the Madison public schools: biennial report, 1943-1944, 1944-1945 (1943-1944/1944-1945)

The recreation program of the Madison Board of Education: biennial report, 1945-1947 (1945-1947)

Guidance in the Madison public schools: biennial report, 1947-49 (1947-1949)

Madison's tidal wave of children: annual report, 1949-50 (1949-1950)

Art in the Madison public schools: biennial report, 1950-52 (1950-1952)

Madison's oncoming tide of children: biennial report, 1952-54 (1952-1954)

Science in the Madison public schools: biennial report, 1954-56 (1954-1956)

Libraries of the Madison public schools: biennial report, 1956-58 (1956-1958)

Twenty years of growth in school enrollments and buildings: annual report, 1958-59 (1958-1959)

Improvement of instruction in the Madison public schools: biennial report--1959/1961 (1959-1961)

The public schools of the city of Madison, Wis., courses of study, outlines of work and rules and regulations: 1902-1903 (1902-1903)

The public schools of the city of Madison, courses of study and outlines of work: 1912 (1912)

Annual reports of principals and supervisors, the Madison public schools for the school year 1929-30 (1929-1930)

Annual reports of principals and supervisors, the Madison public schools for the school year 1930-31 (1930-1931)

Annual reports of principals and supervisors, the Madison public schools for the school year 1931-32 (1931-1932)

Annual reports of principals and supervisors, the Madison public schools for the school year 1932-33 (1932-1933)

Annual reports of principals and supervisors, the Madison public schools for the school year 1933-34 (1933-1934)

Annual reports of principals and supervisors, the Madison public schools for the school year 1934-35 (1934-1935)

Annual reports of principals and supervisors, the Madison public schools for the school year 1935-36 (1935-1936)

Annual reports of principals and supervisors, the Madison public schools for the school year 1936-37 (1936-1937)

Annual reports of principals and supervisors, the Madison public schools for the school year 1938-1939 (1938-1939)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1939-1940 (1939-1940)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1940-1941 (1940-1941)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1941-1942 (1941-1942)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1942-43 (1942-1943)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1943-44 (1943-1944)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1944-45 (1944-1945)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1945-46 (1945-1946)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1946-47 (1946-1947)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1947-48 (1947-1948)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1948-49 (1948-1949)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1949-50 (1949-1950)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1950-51 (1950-1951)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1951-52 (1951-1952)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1952-53 (1952-1953)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1953-54 (1953-1954)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1954-55 (1954-1955)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1956-57 (1956-1957)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1957-58 (1957-1958)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1958-59 (1958-1959)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1959-60 (1959-1960)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1960-61 (1960-1961)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1961-62 (1961-1962)

The Madison public schools, Madison, Wisconsin: annual reports of principals and supervisors for the school year 1962-63 (1962-1963)

Madison Public Schools (Wis.) Using local materials in the classroom (1970)

The Cherokee marsh: part of Madison school forest system ([date unknown])

Several surveys concerned with the Building Services Department of the Division of Business Services for 1972 ([date unknown])

Organizational, operational and financial study (Fall 1971)

Curriculum department reorganization, 1973: task identifications, descriptions, alternative resolutions ([date unknown])

Evaluation Management Group (Madison, Wis.) City school: first year report (1973)

A winter walk at Ho-nee-um ([date unknown])

Exploring Ho-nee-um in the spring ([date unknown])

Madison Public Schools (Wis.); Instructional Materials Center Sandstone and buffalo robes (1969)

Ho-nee-um trail in the fall ([date unknown])

Selections by Aaron Bohrod of his paintings ([date unknown])

Madison Public Schools (Wis.); Instructional Materials Center Cherokee marsh: a wetland to cherish ([date unknown])

A tour through the Jackson school forest ([date unknown])

Madison school forest ([date unknown])

Three layers of green in the Madison school forest ([date unknown])

Friendly glimpses of home economics (March 1932)

Kline, Virginia A forest for learning (1971)

Madison Public Schools (Wis.); Instructional Materials Center The early history of the Madison area (1960s)

Towns and townships ([date unknown])

Madison Public Schools (Wis.); Dept. of Curriculum Development; Local Materials Wisconsin's prairie heritage (1971)

Madison Metropolitan School District, K-12 program evaluation: driver education, 1984 (1984)

School forest activity manual ([date unknown])

Olsen, Larry A study concerning procedures for allocating high school teachers (November, 1973)

Report on administrative reorganization - central office, to be effective July 1, 1973 (April 30, 1973)

Hansen, Lee H. An information system to aid in the management of MPS program development and research operations (March, 1973)

Paulson, Gerald H. Madison's Thoreau, past and present: 125 years of education on the Thoreau site (1982)

Madison (Wis.). Board of Education Learning to read in the Madison public schools (1949)

Capital schools ([date unknown])

Madison (Wis.). Board of Education Madison school forest (1960)

Kindergarten handbook ([date unknown])

Elementary school handbook ([date unknown])

Bancroft, Genevieve; Madison Public Schools (Wis.); Instructional Materials Center Glacial geology of Wisconsin ([date unknown])

Frey-Doering, Kathy; Zanella Albright, Kathy A. How to teach: chronological age-appropriate activities for school aged moderately and severely handicapped students (1982)

Ten month follow-up study of the 1967 graduates from the public high schools of Madison, Wisconsin ([date unknown])

September 1974 enrollment projections ([date unknown])

Daly, John History of Madison's public schools: two articles from MMSD's Staff news ([date unknown])

[Reports on various Madison public schools] ([date unknown])

Kiel cemetery association (1915)

Senior class of 1927 of the Kiel High School The Triad (1927)

Senior class of 1928 of the Kiel High School The Triad: Volume two (1928)

Senior class of 1929 of the Kiel High School The Triad: Volume III (1929)

Kiel Centennial, Inc Kiel's heritage: a history of Kiel, 1854-1954 (1954)

First log book of Kiel Public Library Board ([date unknown])

Klaeser, Gilbert Henry The final mission ([date unknown])

Kiel Heritage ([date unknown])

Kiel Documents ([date unknown])

Trenary, Otis L. Souvenir, Kenosha County Court House: and bits of yesterday, foundations of today (1925)

Western Historical Company The history of Racine and Kenosha Counties, Wisconsin (1879)

Simmons, H.M. Pioneer life in Kenosha County (1876)

Greater Kenosha: interesting views, public buildings, churches, schools, handsome residences, parks and manufacturing industries (1911)

J.H. Beers and Co. Commemorative biographical record of prominent and representative men of Racine and Kenosha counties, Wisconsin, containing biographical sketches of business and professional men and of many of the early settled families (1906)

Kenosha illustrated: historical, descriptive and biographical (1897)

Bartholomew, Harland, 1899- The city plan of Kenosha, Wisconsin (1925)

Wisconsin News Kenosha's part in the World War (1919)

Thiers, Louis Milton Adventures of 3 in Florida and the South: Album 2 (1921)

Thiers, Louis Milton Adventures of 3 in Florida and the South: Album 4 (1921)

Schumacher, Michael American Brass : 100 years of progress (Sept. 21, 1986)

79 Jeep ([ca. 1979])

Allen's sole strip ([ca. 1920])

The American Brass Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin ([195-?])

Catalogue of the Kenosha Crib Co. (1891)

The golden Airflyte (ca. 1952)

Illustrated & descriptive catalogue & pricelist of farm & freight wagons manufactured by the Bain Wagon Company Limited at Kenosha, Wisconsin, U. S. A. (1902)

Kenosha Industrial News: Vol. I, No. 9 (December, 1939)

The Kenosha Chamber of Commerce civic banquet in honor of the Nash Motors Company twentieth anniversary (July 29, 1936)

Leblanc Bell : A newsletter for music retailers, educators, employees and friends of G. Leblanc Corporation (May 6, 1996)

Life line ([1953?])

Simmons metal beds & springs ([date unknown])

Simmons second century ([date unknown])

The story behind Nash ([195-?])

Biddenback, H. J. City atlas of La Crosse, Wisconsin: compiled from actual surveys and the city and county records (1898)

Nolen, John, 1869-1937 Report on city plan covering the general problems in their relation to the war memorial (1919)

Nutter, Frank H. Letter from Frank H. Nutter, landscape architect to Albert Wells Pettibone, chairman Pettibone Park Commission (1902)

United States Army Corps of Engineers Map of the Mississippi River from Minneapolis, Minnesota to Guttenberg, Iowa (1940)

United States Army Corps of Engineers Map of the Mississippi River from the falls of St. Anthony to the junction of the Missouri River in twenty seven sheets (1905)

United States Army Corps of Engineers Navigation charts: middle and upper Mississippi River (Cairo, Illinois to Minneapolis, Minnesota) (1958)

United States Army Corps of Engineers Upper Mississippi River navigation charts (1978)

United States Army Corps of Engineers Upper Mississippi River navigation charts (1968)

Atlas of La Crosse County, Wisconsin (1930)

Atlas of La Crosse County, Wisconsin: containing plats of all townships in colors, with owners names, outline map of the county showing location of townships, villages, roads, schools, churches, railroads, streams also maps of the state of Wisconsin and the United States, compiled from the latest data on record (1913)

Minnesota and La Crosse Plank Road Company articles of incorporation ([date unknown])

Rascher's fire insurance atlas of the city of La Crosse and surrounding Wis. (1884)

Standard atlas of La Crosse County, Wisconsin: including a plat book of villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, United States and world: patrons directory directory, reference business directory and departments devoted to general information analysis of the system or U.S. land surveys, digets of the system of civil government, etc. etc. (1906)

Survey of La Crosse Harbor, Wisconsin: letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, with a letter from the Chief of Engineers, report of a survey of La Crosse Harbor, Wisconsin (1897)

Annual of Marinette High School (June, 1919)

Marinette High School "Annual" (1920)

Annual Marinette High School (1921)

Record MHS 1919 (1919)

Memories (1924)

The Etteniram: the annual year-book of Marinette High School (1922)

The M: the annual year book of Marinette High School (1923)

Sectional map of Marinette County showing ownership of lands, location of churches, cemetaries, school houses, roads, rural mail routes, railroads, etc. (1905)

Standard atlas of Marinette County, Wisconsin, including a plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, United States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory and departments devoted to general information, analysis of the system of U.S. land surveys, digest of the system of civil government, etc., etc. (1912)

Pocket map with names of owners, Marinette County, Wisconsin 1920 (1920)

Sweeney, George H. Annual report and a history of the Edgerton police department (1953)

Catalogue of Evansville Seminary, 1873 (1873)

Catalogue of the officers and students of Evansville Seminary, Evansville, Rock County, Wis., for the year ending June 28th, 1866, and the year ending June 27th, 1867 (1867)

Catalogue of the officers and students of the Evansville Seminary, at Evansville, Rock Co., Wisconsin, for the year ending June 14, 1881, and circular for 1881 and 1882 (1881)

Catalogue of the officers and students of the Evansville Seminary, at Evansville, Rock Co., Wisconsin, for the year ending June 14, 1882 (1882)

Commencement program: Child Memorial High School (1934)

The crimson: Volume One, Number Three (March, 1911)

The crimson: Volume One, Number Four (April, 1911)

The crimson: Volume One, Number Five (May, 1911)

The crimson: Volume Two, Number Two (November, 1911)

The crimson: Volume Two, Number Three (December, 1911)

The crimson: Volume Two, Number Four (January, 1912)

The crimson: Volume Two, Number Five (February, 1912)

The crimson: Volume Two, Number Six (March, 1912)

The crimson: Volume Three, Number One ([date unknown])

The crimson: Volume Three, Number Two ([date unknown])

The crimson: Volume Three, Number Five (March, 1913)

The crimson: Vol. IV, No. I (October, 1913)

The crimson: Vol. IV, No. III (December, 1913)

The crimson: Vol. IV, No. IV (January, [1914])

The crimson: Vol. IV, No. V (March, 1914)

The crimson: Vol. IV, No. VII (April, 1914)

The crimson (1916)

The crimson (1917)

The crimson (1918)

The crimson (1919)

The crimson (1920)

The crimson (1921)

The crimson (1922)

The crimson (1923)

Sneath, Thomas S. A directory of the city of Stoughton, and the villages of Edgerton, Milton and Milton Junction (1882)

The echo (1914)

The Edgerton story: a history of Edgerton, Wisconsin (1953)

[Evansville school register 1862-1865] (1862-1865)

[Evansville school register 1863] (1863)

[Evansville school register 1865] (1865)

[Evansville school register 1865] (1865)

[Evansville school register 1865-1867] (1865-1867)

[Evansville school register 1867] (1867)

[Evansville school register 1868] (1868)

[Evansville school register 1869] (1869)

[Evansville school register 1869-1870] (1869-1870)

[Evansville school register 1871] (1871)

[Evansville school register 1872] (1872)

[Evansville school register 1884] (1884)

General store ledger of John Rhinehart, 1856-1868 ([date unknown])

General store ledger of Winston Pullen & Co. ([date unknown])

Geo. W. Hall's great trained wild animal shows ([date unknown])

Hall's trained animal circus and menagerie (1935)

Illustrated prospectus of Evansville, Wis., 1910 (February, 1910)

[Milton House Inn Register No. 1] (1839-1888)

[Milton House Inn Register No. 2] (1889-1890)

[Milton House Inn Register No. 3] (1891-1893)

[Milton House Inn Register No. 4] (1893-1897)

The oriole, 1905: Volume 1 (1905)

The oriole year book of the Evansville Junior College for the year nineteen hundred and fourteen (1914)

The oriole year book: Evansville Junior College, 1917 (1917)

The oriole year book: Evansville Junior College (1920)

The papoose: Vol. I. No. 2. (January, 1903)

Pioneer days of Evansville and vicinity (1915)

Plat book of Rock County, Wis. ([date unknown])

Plat book for Rock County, Wisconsin, 1891 (1891)

Plat book of Rock County, Wisconsin, 1904 (1904)

Pullen, Lloyd T. Pullen's pencilings and various other selections, embracing a variety of subjects; pathos, description, argument and narrative (1904)

Standard atlas of Rock County, Wisconsin, including a plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county, patrons directory, reference business directory and departments devoted to general information, analysis of the system of U.S. land surveys (1917)

Willson's monarch almanac: guide to health & cooking: Vol. 17 (1908)

The Wisconsin archeologist: Vol. 9 No. 1 (October, 1929)

Seguin, Pearl Pearl Seguin papers, 1917-1944: select materials from B1/F7 ([1917-1944])

Klark Kounty Klavern Incorporation papers, 1925-1930 ([1925-1930])

Women of the Ku Klux Klan, Chippewa Falls: miscellaneous, 1926-1930 ([1926-1930])

Women of the Ku Klux Klan, Chippewa Falls: minutes, 1927-1931 ([1927-1931])

Women of the Ku Klux Klan, Chippewa Falls: financial records, 1927-1931 ([1927-1931])

Women of the Ku Klux Klan, Chippewa Falls: Wisconsin realm office, 1929-1931 ([1929-1931])

Women of the Ku Klux Klan, Chippewa Falls: imperial headquarters, 1928-1930 ([1928-1930])

Turcheneske, John Anthony The Ku Klux Klan in northwestern Wisconsin ([1971])

Klan ephemera, 1925-1970, n.d. ([1925-1970])

Minwegen, Peter Reminiscences, ca. 1972 ([1972])

Amick, Allen E. The World War II diary of Allen E. Amick ([1945, 2017])

Gunderson, Hollis Ann Thronson scrapbook ([date unknown])

Hewitt, Robert L. Work horse of the Western Front : the story of the 30th Infantry Division (August, 1946)

James, Robert F. Forgotten heroes : the tragedy of USS Indianapolis (September/October 1995)

Stamm, Florian M. Sea of reflection (37776)

The amended GI Bill of Rights and how it works (1945)

Basic field manual & soldier's handbook (1941)

Going back to civilian life (1946)

Here it is the armys tour for you, no. 1 ([date unknown])

Here it is the armys tour for you, no. 2 ([date unknown])

Massachusetts State College papers (1945)

Paris-soir : December 25, 1943 (December, 1943)

Pat Hitchcock correspondence ([date unknown])

Pvt. U. Anyou at Truax Field Radio Mechanics School ([date unknown])

Red Cross acceptance process (1943-1945)

War and remembrance scrapbook ([date unknown])

Eighteenth biennial report of the Northern Hospital for the Insane for the biennial period ending June 30, 1918 (1918)

Nineteenth biennial report of the Northern Hospital for the Insane for the biennial period ending June 30, 1920 (1920)

Twenty-second biennial report of the Northern Hospital for the Insane for the biennial perod ending June 30, 1926 (1926)

Twenty-third biennial report of the Northern Hospital for the Insane for the biennial period ending June 30, 1928 (1928)

Northern Hospital for the Insane Winnebago, Wisconsin biennial report for the biennial period ending June 30, 1930 (1930)

Twenty-first biennial report of the State Board of Control of Wisconsin for the two-year period ended June 30, 1932 (1932)

Twenty-second biennial report of the State Board of Control of Wisconsin for the biennium ending June 30, 1934 (1934)

Twenty-third biennial report of the State Board of Control of Wisconsin for the biennium ending June 30, 1936 (1936)

Report of the Winnebago State Hospital to the State Board of Public Welfare October 28, 1959 (October 28, 1959)

Annual report of the Winnebago State Hospital to the State Board of Public Welfare October 26, 1960 (October 26, 1960)

Annual report to the State Board of Public Welfare Winnebago State Hospital October 25, 1961 (October 25, 1961)

The annual report of the Winnebago State Hospital to the State Board of Public Welfare October 10, 1962 (October 10, 1962)

The annual report of the Winnebago State Hospital to the State Board of Public Welfare October 9, 1963 (October 9, 1963)

The annual report of the Winnebago State Hospital to the State Board of Public Welfare September 9, 1964 (September 9, 1964)

Annual report of Winnebago State Hospital to State Board of Public Welfare October 13, 1965 (October 13, 1965)

The annual report of the Winnebago State Hospital to the State Board of Public Welfare October 26, 1966 (October 26, 1966)

Annual report of Winnebago State Hospital to State Board of Health & Social Services October 11, 1967 (October 11, 1967)

Winnebago State Hospital 1967-1968 (1967-1968)

Winnebago State Hospital 1968-1969 (1968-1969)

Winnebago State Hospital 1969-1970 (1969-1970)

1970-1972 Winnebago State Hospital (1970-1972)

1873 from institution 1973 to institute (1973)

1973-1974 Winnebago Mental Health Institute (1973-1974)

The cue: Volume II, Issue 21 (January 5, 1968)

The cue: Volume II, Issue 22 (January 19, 1968)

The cue: Volume II, Issue 23 (February 5, 1968)

The cue: Volume II, Issue 24 (February 16, 1968)

The cue: Volume II, Issue 25 (March 1, 1968)

The cue second anniversary issue: Volume III, Issue 1 (March 15, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 2 (March 29, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 3 (April 12, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue IV (April 26, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue V (May 10, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 6 (May 24, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 7 (June 7, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 8 (June 21, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 9 (July 5, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 10 (July 19, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 11 (August 2, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 11 (August 16, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 12 (August 30, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 13 (September 13, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 15 (September 27, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 16 (October 11, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 17 (October 25, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 18 (November 8, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 19 (November 22, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 20 (December 6, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 21 (December 20, 1968)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 21 (January 10, 1969)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 23 (February 7, 1969)

The cue: Volume III, Issue 24 (February 21, 1969)

The cue honors 3rd year of publication: Volume IV, Issue 1 (March 7, 1969)

Cue: Volume IV, Issue 2 (March 21, 1969)

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The cue: Volume IV, Issue 4 (April 18, 1969)

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Cue a special feature edition!: Volume IV, Issue 12 (August 8, 1969)

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Cue four years old, but new every two weeks: Volume IV, Issue 23 (January 30, 1970)

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Cue four years old, but new every two weeks: Volume V, Issue 1 (February 27, 1970)

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Cue: Vol. VI, Issue 1 (February 12, 1971)

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The cue: Volume VIII, Issue 2 (March 17, 1973)

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Wisconsin Cranberry School 1990 proceedings (1990)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 1991 proceedings (1991)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 1992 proceedings (1992)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 1993 proceedings (1993)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 1994 proceedings (1994)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 1995 proceedings (1995)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 1996 proceedings (1996)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 1997 proceedings (1997)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 1998 proceedings (1998)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 1999 proceedings (1999)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 2000 proceedings (2000)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 2001 proceedings (2001)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 2003 proceedings (2003)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 2004 proceedings (2004)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 2005 proceedings (2005)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 2006 proceedings (2006)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 2007 proceedings (2007)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 2010 proceedings (2010)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 2011 proceedings (2011)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 2012 proceedings (2012)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 2013 proceedings (2013)

Wisconsin Cranberry School 2014 proceedings (2014)

Bay Leaves: Volume 1, No. 1 (May 4, 1933)

Bay Leaves: Volume 1, No. 2 (May 11, 1933)

Bay Leaves: Volume 1, No. 3 (May 18, 1933)

Bay Leaves: Volume 1, No. 4 (May 25, 1933)

Bay Leaves: Volume 1, No. 5 (June 1, 1933)

Bay Leaves: Volume 1, No. 7 (June 15, 1933)

Bay Leaves: Volume 1, No. 8 (June 22, 1933)

Bay Leaves: Volume 1, No. 10 (July 6, 1933)

Bay Leaves: Volume 1, No. 11 (July 13, 1933)

Bay Leaves: Volume 1, No. 12 (July 20, [1933])

Bay Leaves: Volume 1, No. 14 (August 3, [1933])

Bay Leaves: Volume 1, No. 14 [15] (August 10, 1933)

Bay Leaves: Volume 1, No. 16 (August 17, 1933)

Bay Leaves: Volume 1, No. 17 (August 24, [1933])

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 1 ([1934])

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 2 (May 24, 1934)

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 3 (May 31, 1934)

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 4 (June 7, 1934)

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 5 (June 14, 1934)

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 6 (June 21, 1934)

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 7 (June 28, 1934)

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 8 (July 5, [1934])

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 9 ([1934])

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 10 (July 19, 1934)

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 11 (July 26, 1934)

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 1 [12] (August 2, 1934)

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 13 (August 9, 1934)

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 14 (August 16, 1934)

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 15 (August 23, 1934)

Bay Leaves: Volume 2, No. 16 (August 30, 1934)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 1 (May 16, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 2 (May 23, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 3 (May 29, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 4 (June 7, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 5 (June 13, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 6 (June 20, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 7 (June 27, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 8 (July 3, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 9 (July 11, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 10 (July 18, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 11 (July 25, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 12 (August 1, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 13 (August 8, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 14 (August 14, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 15 (August 22, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 3, No. 16 (August 29, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 1 [Volume 3, No. 17] ([1935])

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 2 [Volume 3, No. 18] (October 31, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 3 [Volume 3, No. 19] (December 12, 1935)

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 1 (May 28, 1936)

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 2 (June 4, 1936)

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 3 (June 11, 1936)

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 4 (June 18, 1936)

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 6 ([1936])

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 7 (July 9, [1936])

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 8 (July 16, [1936])

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 9 (July 23, [1936])

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 10 (July 30, [1936])

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 12 (August 13, 1936)

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 13 (August 20, 1936)

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 14 (August 27, 1936)

Bay Leaves: Volume 4, No. 14 [15] (September 3, 1936)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 1 (January 7, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 2 (January 14, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 3 (January 21, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 4 (January 28, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 5 (February 4, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 6 (February 11, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 7 (February 18, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 8 (February 25, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 9 (March 4, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 10 (March 11, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 11 (March 18, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 12 (March 25, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 13 (April 1, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 14 (April 8, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 16 (April 22, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 17 (April 29, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 18 (May 6, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 19 (May 13, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 20 (May 20, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 21 (May 27, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 22 (June 3, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 23 (June 17, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 24 (June 24, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 25 (July 1, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 26 (July 8, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 27 (July 15, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 28 (July 22, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 29 (July 29, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 30 (August 5, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 31 (August 12, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 32 (August 19, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 33 (August 26, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 34 (September 2, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 35 (September 16, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 36 (September 23, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 37 (September 30, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 38 [a] (October 7, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 38 [b] (October 14, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 38 [c] (October 28, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 39 (November 11, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5, No. 40 (November 24, 1937)

Bay Leaves: Volume 5 [6], No. 11 (March 24, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 12 (March 31, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 13 (April 7, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 23 (June 16, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 24 (June 23, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 25 (June 30, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 26 (July 9, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 27 (July 14, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 28 (July 21, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 30 (August 4, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 32 (August 18, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 34 (September 1, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 35 (September 15, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 36 (September 22, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 37 (September 29, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 39 (October 13, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 40 (October 20, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 42 (November 3, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 43 (November 10, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 45 (November 22, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 6, No. 46 (December 15, 1938)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 1 ([1939])

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 2 (January 12, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 5 (February 2, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 6 ([1939])

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 7 (February 16, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 9 (March 2, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 11 (March 16, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 12 (March 23, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 13 (March 30, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 15 (April 13, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 16 ([1939])

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 17 (April 27, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 18 (May 4, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 20 (May 18, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 21 (May 25, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 22 (June 1, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 23 (June 8, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 24 (June 15, 1939)

Lake Geneva Observer & Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 24 (June 22, 1939)

Lake Geneva Observer & Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 25 (June 29, 1939)

Lake Geneva Observer & Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 26 (July 6, 1939)

Lake Geneva Observer & Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 27 (July 13, 1939)

Lake Geneva Observer & Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 28 (July 20, 1939)

Lake Geneva Observer & Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 29 (July 27, 1939)

Lake Geneva Observer & Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 30 (August 3, 1939)

Lake Geneva Observer & Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 31 (August 10, 1939)

Lake Geneva Observer & Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 32 (August 17, 1939)

Lake Geneva Observer & Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 33 (August 24, 1939)

Lake Geneva Observer & Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 34 (August 31, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 35 (September 14, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 36 (September 21, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 37 (September 28, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 38 (October 5, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 39 (October 12, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 40 (October 19, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 43 (November 2, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 44 (November 9, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 45 (November 16, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 46 (November 23, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 47 (November 28, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 48 (December 7, 1939)

Bay Leaves & Lake Geneva Observer: Volume 7, No. 49 (December 14, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 50 (December 21, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7, No. 51 (December 28, 1939)

Bay Leaves: Volume 8, No. 1 (January 4, 1940)

Bay Leaves: Volume 8, No. 2 (January 11, 1940)

Bay Leaves: Volume 8, No. 3 (January 18, 1940)

Bay Leaves: Volume 8, No. 4 ([1940])

Bay Leaves: Volume 8, No. 5 (February 1, 1940)

Bay Leaves: Volume 9 [8], No. 6 (February 13, 1940)

Bay Leaves: Volume 8, No. 7 (February 18, 1940)

Bay Leaves: Volume 8, No. 8 (February 22, 1940)

Bay Leaves: Volume 8, No. 9 (February 29, 1940)

Bay Leaves: Volume 8, No. 10 (March 7, 1940)

Bay Leaves: Volume 8, No. 11 (March 14, 1940)

Bay Leaves: Volume 8, No. 12 (March 21, 1940)

Bay Leaves: Volume 8, No. 13 (March 28, 1940)

Bay Leaves & Lake Geneva Observer: Volume 8, No. 14 (April 4, 1940)

Bay Leaves & Lake Geneva Observer: Volume 8, No. 15 (April 11, 1940)

Bay Leaves & Lake Geneva Observer: Volume 8, No. 16 (April 18, 1940)

Bay Leaves: Volume 8, No. 18 (April 25, 1940)

Bay Leaves & Lake Geneva Observer: Volume 8, No. 19 (May 2, 1940)

Bay Leaves: Volume 8, Local No. [20] (May 2, 1940)

Bay Leaves: Volume 7 [8], No. 21 (May 16, 1940)

Athens, Wisconsin centennial (1890-1990)

Berlin's memories in 1976 (1976)

Bern centennial (1902-2002)

Bicentennial 1776-1976: Town of Spencer centennial (1876-1976)

Colby, Wisconsin centennial (1873-1973)

Ladu, Edger E. Early and late Mosinee (1907)

Edgar: an illustrated history, 1898-1998 (c1998)

Fenwood 100 years (1891-1991)

A happy anniversary to us: a century in Hamburg (1876-1976)

Halsey centennial (1883-1983)

History of Hull (1976)

The history of Marathon, Wisconsin (1857-1957)

Marchetti, Louis History of Marathon County Wisconsin and representative citizens (1913)

History of Town of Eau Pleine, Marathon County (1875-1975)

History of Wausau centennial project ([date unknown])

Holton's heritage (1875-1975)

Maine mirrors: it's past and present (1866-1976)

The Marshfield news-herald (June 26, 1974)

Mosinee centennial (1857-1957)

Old settler's index town of Plover, Marathon County, Wisconsin from 1877 to 1935 (1978)

Rib mountaineer: the mountain and a township (1976)

Rietbrock centennial (1880-1980)

Rothschild (1917-1976)

Schofield then & now ([date unknown])

Spencer, Wisconsin (1874-1974)

Stratford centennial (1891-1991)

Town of Cassel centennial (1891-1991)

Town of Day, 101 years (1881-1982)

Town of Easton: our heritage (1879-1976)

Town of Emmet: 100th anniversary centennial (1889-1989)

Town of Frankfort centennial (1890-1990)

Town of Harrison centennial (1888-1988)

Town of Hewitt bicentennial (1776-1976)

Town of McMillan centennial (1888-1988)

Town of Stettin centennial (1860-1960)

The town of Texas (1856-1976)

Unity, Wisconsin centennial (1872-1972)

Village of Brokaw centennial celebration: rising by the river (1903-2003)

Wausau daily record: souvenir edition ([1897])

Wausau, Wis., illustrated (1891)

Wausau, Wisconsin (1923)

Weston centennial (1856-1959)

Atlas of Waukesha Co. Wisconsin, drawn from actual surveys and the county records to which is added a railroad & sectional map of the state of Wisconsin (1873)

Elida Reynolds diary (1869)

Golden anniversary of Andrew Jay Frame, president of the Waukesha National Bank, Waukesha, Wis. (1912)

Historical souvenir: Free Public Library: Waukesha, Wisconsin, opening January sixth, nineteen hundred and four (1904)

Insurance maps of Waukesha Wisconsin (1917)

Legler, Henry E. Origin and meaning of Wisconsin place-names; with special reference to Indian nomenclature (1903)

Plat book of Waukesha County Wisconsin drawn from actual surveys and the county records (1891)

Frame, Andrew Jay Sixty years in banking (1922)

Standard atlas of Waukesha County Wisconsin including a plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, United States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory and departments devoted to general information, analysis of the system of U.S. land surveys, digest of the system of civil government, etc. etc. (1914)

Haight, J.W. Waukesha, the center of the Wisconsin lake region, popularly known as "the Saratoga of the West" (1888)

Waukesha County gazetteer and farmers' and land owners' directory, 1890-91 (1890-1891)

Wright's directory of Waukesha 1899 together with a complete directory of Waukesha County, an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of village and county officers; the public and private schools, churches, banks, societies, etc. (1899)

Wright's directory of Waukesha for 1901-02 comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc., etc. (1901)

Wright's directory of Waukesha 1909-10 together with a complete directory of Waukesha County comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a numerical street directory; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of villages and county officers, the public and private schools, banks, churches, societies, etc. (1909)

Wright's Waukesha directory 1921 containing an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens, a street directory, a miscellaneous directory of county officers, public, private schools, churches, banks, secret and benevolent societies, etc; a farmer's directory of Waukesha County alphabetically arranged, a "buyers' guide" and a complete classified business directory (1921)

Bunny Berigan of Fox Lake ([date unknown])

Danca, Vince Bunny: a bio-discography of jazz trumpeter Bunny Berigan ([date unknown])

Bunny Berigan - beauty, drive, and freedom ([date unknown])

Assembly instructions and parts list - Hamilton drafting tables ([date unknown])

Construction features of American dental cabinets ([date unknown])

Dental depot fixtures ([date unknown])

Discontinued American cabinets chronological sequence (December 31, 1957)

Hamilton catalog no. 12: Catalog No. 12 (1941)

Hamilton drafting room furniture: Catalog No. 7 (1929)

Hamilton drafting room furniture price list: Pacific coast territory: Catalog No. 12 (December 1, 1941)

Hamilton homemaking equipment: Catalog AL-476 (1961)

Hamilton optical furniture: Catalogue No. 3 ([date unknown])

Liberty line Hamilton drafting room equipment: Catalog No. 13-S (September 1948)

Modern office treatment units ([date unknown])

Modernize your office with Hamilton optical furniture ([date unknown])

Sales manual for the American "unit-plan" campaign ([date unknown])

20th century dental office furniture: Catalogue No. 3 ([date unknown])

Antenne, Katharine Leary A saga of furs, forests and farms : a history of Rice Lake and vicinity from the time of its first inhabitants : the Indian mound builders to the turn of the 20th century (1955 (1987 reprint))

Board of Immigration Handbook of Chippewa County, Wisconsin ([19--])

Boyd, Robert K. Early conditions of the Chippewa Valley (1998)

Chappelle, Ethel Elliot, 1888-1972 Around the four corners : a pioneer history of the Washburn, Sawyer, Barron and Rusk counties ([1971])

Clark, William L. Panorama of Progress : a history of Boyceville, Wisconsin 1860-1960 (1960)

Colfax Woman's Club Colfax on the Red Cedar : 1864-1964 (1964)

Felland, O. M. Colfax tornado June 4, 1958 (1958)

Henke, Patricia; Wise, Steve H. Sights and sounds of the valley : a history of Fall Creek (c1978)

Knutson, Amy In and about the village : Colfax : 1870-1910 (1986)

People of Rusk County, Wisconsin History of Rusk County, Wisconsin (1983)

Randall, Thomas E. History of the Chippewa Valley, a faithful record of all important events, incidents and circumstances that have transpired in the valley of the Chippewa from its earliest settlement by white people, Indian treaties, organization of the territory and state; also of the counties embracing the valley, senatorial, assembly and congressional districts, &c. (1875)

Rivard, John T. Triple centennial jubilee souvenir book : Somerset (c1956)

Susan (Fennie) Delle Shaffette Colfax Stone Company (1982)

Terrill, John M. Ladysmith lore: a centennial view (1985)

Terrill, John M. Ladysmith lore: a photo album (1986?)

The 1997 Wisconsin History Class Halfway between here and there : the Colfax story ([1997])

United Commercial Travelers, Chippewa Council, no. 335 A souvenir of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin (1908)

An illustrated souvenir of Baldwin, Wisconsin (February 1901)

Assessment roll for the year 1888: Pepin Township, Pepin County (1888)

Assessment roll no. 1, town 23, range 15, for the year 1858 (1858)

Boyceville area centennial, 1860-1960 (1960)

Colfax centennial : souvenir program (1964)

Colfax centennial celebration [scrapbook] (1964)

Dallas Centennial 1870-1970 : August 15-16, 1970 ([1970?])

History of Dunn County, Wisconsin (1925)

Rice Lake, Wisconsin (1898?)

Somerset, Wisconsin: 125 pioneer families and Canadian connection: 125th year (1990?)

Telephone directory for Baldwin and Woodville, Wisconsin (November 1, 1936)

The Chippewa Times (1900)

The Chippewa Times (December 1903)

The Columbian: Volume 1, Number 1 (February 1893)

The Columbian: Volume 1, Number 2 (March 1893)

The Kodak: Volume 1, Number 1 (March 1, 1895)

The Kodak: Volume 1, Number 2 (May 1, 1895)

The Kodak: Volume 1, Number 3 (June 7, 1895)

The Kodak: Volume 2, Number 1 (October 15, 1895)

The Kodak: Volume 2, Number 2 (December 20, 1895)

The Kodak: Volume 2, Number 3 (February 21, 1896)

The Kodak: Volume 2, Number 4 (April 24, 1896)

The Kodak: Volume 2, Number 5 (June 5, 1896)

The Kodak: Volume 3, Number 1 (October 30, 1896)

The Kodak: Volume 3, Number 2 (December 1896)

The Kodak: Volume 3, Number 3 (February 26, 1897)

The Kodak: Volume 3, Number 4 (May 1897)

The Kodak: Volume 3, Number 5 (June 3, 1897)

The Kodak: Volume 4, Number 1 (October 29, 1897)

The Kodak: Volume 4, Number 2 (December 1897)

The Kodak: Volume 4, Number 3 (March 1898)

The Kodak: Volume 4, Number 4 (June 1898)

The Kodak: Volume 5, Number 1 (October 1898)

The Kodak: Volume 5, Number 2 (December 1898)

The Kodak: Volume 5, Number 3 (February 1899)

The Kodak: Volume 5, Number 4 (April 1899)

The Kodak: Volume 5, Number 5 (June 1899)

The Kodak: Volume 6, Number 1 (October 27, 1899)

The Kodak: Volume 6, Number 2 (December 20, 1899)

The Kodak: Volume 6, Number 3 (February 23, 1900)

The Kodak: Volume 6, Number 4 (1900)

Town of Pepin records (1857-1879)

Villages of Pepin, Lakeport and Springfield for the year 1859 (1859)

Where the wild rice grows : a sesquicentennial portrait of Menomonie, 1846-1996 (1996)

Woodville High School annual 1928 (1928)

Mackinnon, Captain, R.N. A lighthouse tour of Lake Superior, from The nautical magazine and naval chronicle Vol. XXVII, No. 1 (January 1858)

A sampling of the maritime resources in Wisconsin's libraries and universities: images from the navigational history collections of the Milwaukee Public Library, Wisconsin Marine Historical Society, Wisconsin State Historical Society, Murphy Library at the University of Wisconsin--La Crosse, and Lake Superior Maritime Collections Archives at the University of Wisconsin--Superior. Includes some video; sound recordings accompany some images and videos. The watercraft described within this collection are some of the vessels that have made Wisconsin's history so rich.

Department of Transportation Marine Board of Investigation SS Daniel J. Morrell, sinking with loss of life, Lake Huron, 29 Nov. 1966: U.S. Coast Guard Marine Board of Investigation report and commandant's action (4 March 1968)

The report from the United States National Transportation Board on the sinking of the Daniel J. Morrell on November 29, 1966 outlines the facts of the accident and its causes. Includes recommendations to prevent a similar loss of life.

Around the globe: Vol. 2, No. 11 (April 30, 1944)

Around the globe: Vol. 3, No. 4 (October 16, 1944)

Around the globe: Vol. 3, No. 7 (January 19, 1945)

Around the globe: Vol. 3, No. 9 (April 12, 1945)

Around the globe: Vol. 3, No. 11 (July 10, 1945)

News and views: Vol. 1, No. 1 (November 1942)

News and views: Vol. 1, No. 2 (November 25, 1942)

News and views: Vol. 1, No. 3 (December, 1942)

News and views: Vol. 2, No. 2 (February, 1943)

News and views: Vol. 2, No. 3 (March-April, 1943)

News and views: Vol. 2, No. 6 (July 1943)

News and views: Vol. 2, No. 7 (September, 1943)

News and views ([1944])

News and views ([1944])

News and views: Volume 3, No. 9 (November-December, 1944)

News and views: Volume 4, No. 9 (July 31, 1945)

[News and views] ([date unknown])

Riverside review: Vol. 1, No. 10 (January, 1919)

Ships for victory christened by the Dionne quintuplets at the Walter Butler shipbuilders, inc., yard (May 9, 1943)

McDougall, Alexander (1845 - 1923) Scrapbook of Alexander McDougall: Whalebacks, gunboats, patents, and rectangular ships (1880-1920)

Baudhuin, Pat; Place, Tom Grafton Volunteer Fire Department centennial : 100 years of volunteer service to the Grafton community, 1896-1996 (1996)

Bell, Joseph McClellan, 1870-1951 A little journey on skates : Milwaukee to Thiensville (1895)

Blazich, Bob; Giuliani, Mary Thiensville historic district walking tour (2010)

Corrigan, Walter D., Sr. History of the town of Mequon, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, brought down to about 1870 ([1950])

Henning, Donald S. Grafton Wisconsin : a history of the place and the people (2005)

Henning, Donald S. One little farm : boyhood visits to a Midwestern farm in the 1920s and '30s (1995)

Horton, Virginia Harms Lest we forget : a history of a family in Grafton, Wisconsin since early pioneer days (1976)

Kolbeck, Henry J. History of the Thiensville Dam, Thiesville, Wisconsin (2006)

Kuechenmeister, Marie Mathilde Brinker Backwards from ninety : the autobiography of Marie Mathilde Brinker, 1848-1873 (1970)

Larson, Charles The story of William J. Niederkorn (1967)

Pixley, Rutherford Birchard, 1877- Official war history of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin (1919)

Price, Mary Jane Frances The history of Port Washington, in Ozaukee, Wisconsin (1943)

Sitkiewitz, John History of Thiensville ([1937])

van der Tuuk, Alex; Mack, Angela; Schmitz, Melissa Paramount walking tour : Village of Grafton, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin (2008)

Wilbert, Carl F. History of the town of Mequon ([ca. 1990?])

Abstract of title to lot 2, block 5, assessor's plat, Village of Thiensville, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin ([1924])

Back from duty : Ozaukee County's veterans share their stories (2002)

Back from duty 2 : more stories from Ozaukee County's veterans (2005)

Consumed by fire : a collection of writings about the famous Wisconsin Chair Company fire, Port Washington, Wisconsin, February 19, 1899 ([1997])

Early history of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin (1965)

Historical / architectural resources survey, Village of Thiensville, Ozaukee County ([2003])

Port Washington 1835 to 1985 ([1985])

Port Washington centennial, 1835 - 1935 : one hundred years of progress (1935)

Tea and service : 100 year history of the Port Washington Woman's Club (1998)

Thiensville volunteer fire department 1857-2007 ([2007])

Dürst, Daniel Die Gründung und Entwicklung der Kolonie Neu-Glarus (Wiskonsin, Nord-Amerika) : umfassend den Zeitraum von 1844-1892 : nebst einer Reisebeschreibung (1894)

Dürst, Daniel; Etter, Peter The establishment and development of the New Glarus Colony (Wisconsin North America) overall view form [i.e. from] 1844-1892 as well as a travel description of D. Dürst, school administrator in Diesbach (1894)

Etter, Joh. Theo. Seid eingedenk! Bescheidenes Gedächtniskränzchen, gewunden der Goldenen Jubelbraut New Glarus, Wis. (einer der ältesten Schweizer Kolonien der Ver. Staaten) und dem 37-jährigen pastoralen Wirken daselbst (1897)

Foote, C. M., 1849-1899; Henion, J. W., ca. 1832-1904 Plat book of Green County, Wisconsin : drawn from actual surveys and the county records (1891)

Stauffacher, I. M.; Walters, Ray Plat book of Green County, Wisconsin : drawn from actual surveys and the county records (1902)

Swiss Evangelical and Reformed Church (New Glarus, Wis.) The Hundredth anniversary of the Swiss Evangelical and Reformed Church, New Glarus, Wisconsin (1950)

Wild, Joshua, 1813-1879 The story of myself (1943)

90th anniversary pageant presented at New Glarus, Wisconsin August 3, 4, 5, 1935 (1935)

Assessment roll [New Glarus] 1856 [i.e. 1858] (1858)

Assessment roll for the town of New Glarus 1857 (1857)

Assessment roll for the town of New Glarus 1859 (1859)

Assessment roll for town of New Glarus for the year 1901 (1901)

Assessment roll for town of New Glarus for the year 1902 (1902)

Atlas and plat book of Green County, Wisconsin : compiled from surveys and the public records of Green County, Wisconsin (1931)

Atlas of Green County, Wisconsin : drawn from actual surveys and the county records : to which is added a rail road & sectional map of the state of Wisconsin (1873)

Familien-Buch der evangel. reform. Gemeinde in Neu-Glarus = Family Register of the Evangelical and Reformed Church in New Glarus ([date unknown])

Familien Buch der [...] Gemeinde zu New-Glarus Wis. = Family Register of the Evangelical and Reformed Church in New Glarus ([date unknown])

The old guard 1917 (May 1917)

Prairie Farmer's directory of Green County Wisconsin (1919)

Standard atlas of Green County, Wisconsin (1918)

Tax roll for the town of New Glarus, Green County, 1903 (1903)

Pardee, Aurel Baker [Diary of Aurel Baker Pardee] ([1917])

Diary of a Red Cross, Army, and later public health nurse from Eagle, Wisconsin covering her service in France during World War I beginning with her voyage to Le Havre from New York in October, 1917, and ending in September, 1918. The diary includes a first-hand account of a Zeppelin alert at Le Havre. Additional materials from this collection are available in original form at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Bigler, Brian J.; Mudrey, Lynn Martinson The Norway Building of the 1893 Chicago World's Fair : a building's journey from Norway to America : an architectural legacy (1992)

Bliskey, Dorothy The Martinsons of Springdale ([2005])

Danhouse, Carl W. The life story of Carl W. Danhouse (1981)

Docken, Susan; Hanna, Kathy; The Community of Springdale Lutheran Church Celebrating 150 years of a living faith (2002)

German Valley School (Daleyville, Wis.) A history of the German Valley-Blue Mounds area (1955)

Green, Joy Martinson Malone School : District No. 2, Springdale Township, Dane County, WI : a compilation of memorabilia (2006)

Haag, Rita If you look back, it's not that far: memories of Mary Stella Sutter Haag recorded at age 103 (c1994)

Kvam, Ingerid M. The Skalet family : ancestors and descendants of Sever and Malla Skalet (1996)

Norland, Myrtle Rendahl Remembering the past : a collection of stories and original drawings (c1993)

Perry Historical Center (Wis.) The historic Perry Norwegian settlement (1994)

Ruste, C.O. Sixty years of Perry Congregation (1915, 2004)

Centennial history, Township of Springdale, Dane County, Wisconsin : souvenir booklet, 1848-1948 (1948?)

The first hundred years : a history of Springdale Lutheran congregation (1852-1952)

The history of the Town of Mount Vernon : sesquicentennial celebration, 1846-1996 (1996)

The Mount Horeb centennial book : 1861-1961 ([1961])

Oisæther : Oimoen, Olson and Sather family album : histories, stories and pictures ([1979])

Service record book of men and women of Mt. Horeb, Wis. and community ([1940/1949])

[Song of Norway archival materials] (1991)

Town of Springdale, Dane County, Wisconsin : 1848-1998 ([1998])

Vermont Lutheran, 1856-1981 ([1981])

Bingham, Helen M. (Helen Maria) History of Green County, Wisconsin (1877)

Cary, Augustus G. Cranberry culture on a western plan: with valuable items and recipes from growers and members of the Wisconsin Cranberry Associations (1891)

Doll, Walter G. Historical sketches of Prairie du Sac ([1985])

Ex-P.O.W. #12048: diaries of Ray J. Sherman: 1942-1945 (2002)

Durrie, Daniel S. (Daniel Steele), 1819-1892 A history of Madison, the capital of Wisconsin; including the Four lake country (1874)

Farm Plat Book Publishing (Manakato, Minn.) Official county plat book and rural directory of Wood County, Wisconsin. (1956)

Goc, Michael J. From past to present : the history of Adams County (1999)

Hamilton, Edmund C. The story of Monroe : its past and its progress toward the present (1976)

Jones, George O. History of Wood County, Wisconsin (1923)

Kinney, Thomas P. Irish settlers of Fitchburg, Wisconsin, 1840-1860 (1993)

Krug, Merton Edwin History of Reedsburg and the Upper Baraboo Valley (1929)

Odell, Emery A. A history of Green County's cheese industry ([1928?])

Odell, Emery A. Swiss cheese industry in Green County Wisconsin (1936)

Olson, Fred W. History of Company "A" 127th Infantry, 64th Brigade, 32nd Division : from official data (1919?)

Rosholt, Malcolm Leviatt, 1907- Our county, our story; Portage County, Wisconsin (1959)

Scott, Bernice Marjorie The settlement and development of Cambridge, Wisconsin and the surrounding community ([1924?])

Ziehli, Rosemary A time gone, 1940-50 (1983)

Art work of the Wisconsin River Valley (1901)

An appeal for the preservation of the Devil's Lake region ([1906])

Directory service company annual farm directory of Woods [ie Wood] County Wisconsin, 1965 (1965)

The Fitchburg Bicentennial Committee presents Fitchburg, a history (1976)

Historical homes of Prairie du Sac: a project of the Sauk Prairie Area Historical Society (1999)

The history of Columbia County, Wisconsin, containing an account of its settlement, growth, development and resources; an extensive and minute sketch of its cities, towns and villages--their improvements, industries, manufactories, churches, schools and societies; its war record, biographical sketches, portraits of prominent men and early settlers; the whole preceded by a history of Wisconsin, statistics of the state, and an abstract of its laws and constitution and of the constitution of the United States (1880)

History of Green County, Wisconsin. together with biographies of representative citizens. history of Wisconsin, embracing accounts of the pre-historic races, and a brief account of its territorial and state governments. (1884)

Madison, Dane County and surrounding towns ; being a history and guide to places of scenic beauty and historical note ... early intercourse of the settlers with the indians ... with a complete list of county supervisors and officers, and legislative members (1877)

Of places, of people, of eras: Cambria, 1844-1976 (1976)

People pleasing recipes, celebrating Waunakee's quasquicentennial, 1871-1996 ([1996])

A standard history of Sauk County, Wisconsin: Volume I (1918)

A standard history of Sauk County, Wisconsin: Volume II (1918)

Story of Columbus 1: pp. 1-200: 1 ([date unknown])

Story of Columbus 2: pp. 201-400: 2 ([date unknown])

Story of Columbus 3: pp. 401-600: 3 ([date unknown])

Story of Columbus 4: pp. 601-821: 4 ([date unknown])

The Twin Cities: scenic and industrial (1907)

Waunakee centennial, 1871-1971 ([1971])

Wood County farm directory, 1940 (1940)

Yesteryears - the history of Albany ([1983])

Everts, Baskin, and Stewart Combination atlas map of Walworth County Wisconsin (1873)

North West Publishing Co. Plat book of Walworth County Wisconsin (1891)

Hennessey and Company Standard atlas of Walworth County, Wisconsin : including a plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county, patrons directory, reference business directory and departments devoted to general information analysis of the system of U.S. land surveys (1907)

Hennessey and Company Standard atlas of Walworth County, Wisconsin : including a plat book of the villiages [villages], cities and townships of the county, patrons directory, and departments devoted to general information analysis of the system of U.S. land surveys (1921)

Thrift Press, Map Makers Atlas and plat book of Walworth County Wisconsin 1930 : compiled from surveys and the public records of Walworth County, Wisconsin (1930)

Derr Map Studio Atlas of Walworth County Wisconsin (c1966, 1982)

Hennessey and Company (Delavan, Wis.) Plat book of Racine and Kenosha counties, Wisconsin : including plats of the villages, cities and townships of the counties, map of the state, United States and world (1908)

Racine Real Estate Board Plat book of Racine and Kenosha counties, Wisconsin (1924)

Atlas and plat book of Racine County Wisconsin : compiled from surveys and the public records of Racine County, Wisconsin (1931)

Atlas and plat book, Racine County, Wisconsin (1950)

Derr Map Studio Atlas of Racine County, Wisconsin (1956)

Alien enemies-misc., military police-personnel, training, camp structure, camp closure, alien enemy-employment, alien enemies-Hawaiian (1941-1944)

Alien enemies-IDs, German personal statement (1942)

Japanese alien enemies (1942)

German alien enemies-compliance, money confiscate (1942-1943)

Newspaper - AE POW (1942, 1944)

German VE Day segregation (1942-1945)

Angel Island, Camp Lamont (1943-1945)

[McCoy]-inspection reports, Reed (1943-1945, 1996)

McCoy-medical reports, misc. (1943-1946, c1998)

German POWs (McCoy) re-education (1944-1945)

Billy Mitchell Field (Milwaukee), re-education, POW transfer, inspection report, construction, labor reports (1944-1945)

Labor reports-Angel, Hearne, Huntsville, Kenedy (1944-1946)

McCoy labor & construction (1944-1945, c1998)

YMCA (1945-1946)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1818, May 11 - 1828) (1818-1828)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1830, Sept. 27 - 1836, Oct. 7) (1830-1836)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1837, April 2 - 1839, Dec. 5) (1837-1839)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1840, Jan. 3 - 1846, Oct. 13) (1840-1846)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1847, Jan. 27 - 1849, Dec. 30) (1847-1849)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1850, Jan. 8 - 1851, Dec. 13) (1850-1851)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1849, April 5 - 1864, May 2) (1849-1864)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1852, Feb. 6 - 1854, Dec. 29) (1852-1854)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1855, Jan. 1 - 1856, Dec. 13) (1855-1856)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1857, Jan. 1 - 1857, Dec. 27) (1857)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1858, Jan. 10 - 1858, Dec. 22) (1858)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1859, Jan. 7 - 1859, Dec. 30) (1859)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1860, Jan. 3 - 1860, Dec. 30) (1860)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1861, Jan. 7 - 1862, Dec. 2) (1861-1862)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1863, Jan. 18 - 1863, Dec. 31) (1863)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1864, Jan. 7 - 1864, Dec.18) (1864)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1865, Jan. 1 - 1865, April 30) (1865)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1865, May 1 - 1865, Dec. 28) (1865)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1866, Jan. 8 - 1867, Dec. 15) (1866-1867)

Booth, Sherman M., 1812-1904 Sherman M. Booth papers: correspondence (1868, Jan. 2 - 1869, Nov. 26) (1868-1869)

The Boys' Brigade history and songbook ([date unknown])

The first 100 years : an illustrated history of the Boys' and Girls' Brigade of Neenah-Menasha, Wisconsin, USA (1999)

A tale of twin cities : or the development of the Fox River Waterway (1993)

Town of Menasha sesquicentennial : 1855-2005 (2006)

Hennessey and Company (East Troy, Wis.) Rock County plat book (c1940)

Thompson, Oscar T. Home town : some chapters in reminiscence (May 1942)

A. Bailey's Beloit directory, city record and business advertiser, for 1862 (1862)

A. Bailey's Janesville directory, city record and business advertiser, for 1862 (1862)

Allen's Beloit city directory, for 1872-73 (1872-73)

Bell telephone directory for Beloit (August, 1920)

Bell telephone directory for Beloit (December, 1923)

Bell telephone directory for Beloit (December, 1930)

Bell telephone directory for Beloit (June, 1931)

Bell telephone directory for Beloit (1932-1933)

Bell telephone directory for Beloit (1933-1934)

Beloit and South Beloit city directory (1907-1908)

Beloit city directory, comprising an alphabetical list of names, editorial and business department, a list of churches, schools, societies and organizations, etc. (1900-1901)

Beloit city directory for 1897 (1897)

Beloit city directory for 1902 (1902)

Beloit city directory for 1904 (1904)

Beloit in 1911 : published by the Beloit Daily News (c1911)

Beloit telephone directory (December, 1937)

City directory of Beloit and South Beloit for 1906 (1906)

Directory of Beloit exchange (August 1, 1911)

Hand book of Beloit including a complete directory of all heads of families, and all other persons over sixteen years of age, having employment (1889)

Hand-book of Beloit including a complete directory of all heads of families, and all other persons over fifteen years of age, having employment (1890)

Hand-book of Beloit including a complete directory of all heads of families, and all other persons over fourteen years of age, having employment (1891)

Hand-book of Beloit including a complete directory of all heads of families, and all other persons over fourteen years of age, having employment (1892)

Hand-book of Beloit including a complete directory of all heads of families, and all other persons over fourteen years of age, having employment (1893)

Hand-book of Beloit including a complete directory of all heads of families, and all other persons over fourteen years of age, having employment (1895)

McCoy's Beloit and South Beloit City Directory (1917)

Rock County schools (1965?)

Rock County, Wisconsin farm directory (1928)

Bittner, Bernadette; Enz, Bernice; Ryan, Carol Krueger kin and related families from Niederhagen, County Regenwalde Pommern, Prussia (1977)

Buboltz, Lauretta Emmer One hundred and fifty miles north. . . and back (c1984)

Jackson, Jerry R. Benjamin Jackson: Private, Company E 21st Wisconsin Infantry 1862 ([date unknown])

Loose, Myrtle; Bastian, June Persohn family tree 1812-1988 (1812-1988)

Riemer, Win My Military History (2005)

Wallace, A. Dean; Wallace, Patricia A. A History of Faith United Methodist Church in Brillion, Wisconsin 1844-2009 ( 1844-2009)

Vernon, Allen; Zorn, Joyce Personal and Business History of Raymond Wallace Zahn Brillion, Wisconsin (April, 1993)

The birth of a city: Brillion from village to city April 4, 1944 (April 4, 1944)

Brillion hatchery history (March 6, 1995)

R.C. Zorn : contractor, builder in Brillion, Wisconsin ( 1890-1927)

St. Mary Parish, Brillion, Wisconsin (1881-1981 )

Zorn family history: index of family names for family group record of Allen and Joyce Zorn (January 10, 2008)

The Office of Armed Forces Information and Education. Department of Defense A pocket guide to Korea (21 March 1956)

Marine Corps Recruit Depot. Third Batallion. Platoons 308, 309, and 310. ([1954])

Marshall Ruegger documents (1957-1959)

Twelfth annual report (June 1973)

Thirteenth annual report (September, 1974)

Fourteenth annual report (June 1975)

Fifteenth annual report (June 1976)

Sixteenth annual report (October 1977)

Seventeenth annual report (August 1978)

Eighteenth annual report (July 1979)

Nineteenth annual report (July 1980)

Twentieth annual report (July 1981)

Twenty-first annual report (July 1982)

Twenty-third annual report (July 1984)

Twenty-fourth annual report (July 1985)

Twenty-sixth annual report (July 1987)

Twenty-seventh annual report (July 1988)

Twenty-eighth annual report (July 1989)

Twenty-ninth annual report (July 1990)

Thirtieth annual report (July 1991)

Thirty-first annual report (July 1992)

Thirty-second annual report (July 1993)

Thirty-third annual report (July 1994)

Thirty-fourth annual report (August 1995)

Thirty-fifth annual report (June 1996)

Thirty-seventh annual report (August 1998)

Thirty-eighth annual report (May 1999)

Thirty-ninth annual report (July 2000)

Proceedings of the 1963 annual regional planning conference ([date unknown])

Proceedings 4th regional planning conference (May 12, 1965)

Proceedings of the 17th regional planning conference: A new transportation system plan for Southeastern Wisconsin (June 1996)

The technical record: vol. 1, no. 1 (October-November 1963)

The technical record: vol. 1, no. 2 (December 1963-January 1964)

The technical record: vol. 1, no. 3 (February-March 1964)

The technical record: vol. 1, no. 4 (April-May 1964)

The technical record: vol. 1, no. 5 (June-July 1964)

The technical record: vol. 1, no. 6 (August-September 1964)

The technical record: vol. 2, no. 1 (October-November 1964)

The technical record: vol. 2, no. 2 (December-January 1965)

The technical record: vol. 2, no. 3 (February-March 1965)

The technical record: vol. 2, no. 4 (April-May 1965)

The technical record: vol. 2, no. 5 (June-July 1965)

The technical record: vol. 2, no. 6 (August-September 1965)

The technical record: vol. 3, no. 1 (1968)

The technical record: vol. 3, no. 2 (1969)

The technical record: vol. 3, no. 3 (September 1971)

The technical record: vol. 3, no. 4 (September 1971)

The technical record: vol. 3, no. 5 (March 1973)

The technical record: vol. 3, no. 6 (April 1976)

The technical record: vol. 4, no. 1 (March 1978)

The technical record: vol. 4, no. 2 (March 1981)

The technical record: vol. 4, no. 6 (December 1993)

Technical report: potential parks and related open spaces: no. 1 (1965)

Technical report: water law in southeastern Wisconsin: no. 2 (2nd edition) (April 1977)

Technical report: a mathematical approach to urban design--a progress report on a land use plan design model and a land use simulation model: no. 3 (January 1966)

Technical report: water quality and flow of streams in Southeastern Wisconsin: no. 4 (November 1966)

Technical report: planning law in southeastern Wisconsin: no. 6 (October 1966)

Technical report: planning law in southeastern Wisconsin: no. 6 (2nd edition) (April 1977)

Technical report: a land use plan design model--volume one: model development: no. 8 vol. 1 (January 1968)

Technical report: a land use plan design model--volume two: model test: no. 8 vol. 2 (October 1969)

Technical report: a land use plan design model--volume three: final report: no. 8 vol. 3 (April 1973)

Technical report: residential land subdivision in southeastern Wisconsin: no. 9 (September 1971)

Technical report: the economy of southeastern Wisconsin: no. 10 (December 1972)

Technical report: the economy of southeastern Wisconsin: no. 10 (3rd edition) (October 1995)

Technical report: the population of southeastern Wisconsin: no. 11 (December 1972)

Technical report: the population of southeastern Wisconsin: no. 11 (3rd edition) (October 1995)

Technical report: a short-range action housing program for southeastern Wisconsin 1972 and 1973: no. 12 (June 1972)

Technical report: a survey of public opinion in southeastern Wisconsin 1972: no. 13 (September 1974)

Technical report: an industrial park cost-revenue analysis in southeastern Wisconsin--1975: no. 14 (June 1975)

Technical report: water quality of lakes and streams of Southeastern Wisconsin: no. 17 (June 1978)

Technical report: state of the art of water pollution control in Southeastern Wisconsin: no. 18 (December 1976)

Technical report: carpooling in the metropolitan Milwaukee area: no. 20 (March 1977)

Technical report: sources of water pollution in southeastern Wisconsin: no. 21 (September 1978)

Technical report: recent population growth and change in southeastern Wisconsin: 1970-1977: no. 22 (September 1979)

Planning report: regional planning sytems study report: no. 1 (December 1962)

Planning report: the population of southeastern Wisconsin: no. 4 (June 1963)

Planning report: The natural resources of southeastern Wisconsin: no. 5 (June 1963)

Planning report: inventory findings 1963: no. 7 vol. 1 (May 1965)

Planning report: forecasts and alternative plans 1990: no. 7 vol. 2 (May 1965)

Planning report: recommended regional land use and transportation plans 1990: no. 7 no. 3 (November 1966)

Planning report: soils of southeastern Wisconsin: no. 8 (June 1966)

Planning report: a jurisdictional highway system plan for Milwaukee County: no. 11 (March 1969)

Planning report: a comprehensive plan for the Fox River watershed: volume one: no. 12 (April 1969)

Planning report: a comprehensive plan for the Fox River watershed: volume two: no. 12 (February 1970)

Planning report: a comprehensive plan for the Milwaukee River watershed--inventory findings and forecasts: no. 13 vol. 1 (December 1970)

Planning report: a comprehensive plan for the Milwaukee River watershed--alternative plans and recommended plan: no. 13 vol. 2 (October 1971)

Planning report: a comprehensive plan for the Racine Urban Planning District: no. 14 vol. 1 (December 1970)

Planning report: a jurisdictional highway system plan for Ozaukee County: no. 17 (December 1973)

Planning report: a library facilities and services plan for southeastern Wisconsin: no. 19 (July 1974)

Planning report: a regional housing plan for southeastern Wisconsin: no. 20 (February 1975)

Planning report: a regional airport system plan for southeastern Wisconsin: no. 21 (December 1975)

Planning report: a regional land use plan and a regional transportation plan for Southeastern Wisconsin volume one: no. 25 (April 1975)

Planning report: a regional land use plan and a regional transportation plan for Southeastern Wisconsin volume two: no. 25 (May 1978)

Planning report: a comprehensive plan for the Menomonee River watershed volume one: no. 26 (October 1976)

Planning report: a comprehensive plan for the Menomonee River watershed volume two: no. 26 (October 1976)

Planning report: a regional park and open space plan for southeastern Wisconsin: no. 27 (November 1977)

Planning report: a regional air quality attainment and maintenance plan for southeastern Wisconsin: no. 28 (June 1980)

Planning report: a regional water quality management plan for southern Wisconsin 2000 volume one: no. 30 (September 1978)

Planning report: a regional water quality management plan for southern Wisconsin 2000 volume two: no. 30 (February 1979)

Planning report: a regional water quality management plan for southeastern Wisconsin 2000 volume three: no. 30 (June 1979)

Planning report: a regional transportation plan for the transportation handicapped in southeastern Wisconsin: no. 31 (April 1978)

Planning report: a comprehensive plan for the Kinnickinnic River Watershed: no. 32 (December 1978)

Planning report: a water resources management plan for the Milwaukee Harbor estuary: volume two: no. 37 (December 1987)

Planning report: a regional land use plan for southeastern Wisconsin 2010: no. 40 (January 1992)

Planning report: a regional transportation system plan for southeastern Wisconsin: no. 41 (December 1994)

Planning report: a regional natural areas and critical species habitat protection and management plan for southeastern Wisconsin: no. 42 (September 1997)

Planning report: a regional bicycle and pedestrian facilities system plan for southeastern Wisconsin : 2010: no. 43 (December 1994)

Planning report: a regional land use plan for southeastern Wisconsin: no. 45 (December 1997)

Planning report: a regional transportation system plan for southeastern Wisconsin: 2020: no. 46 (December 1997)

Amendment to the regional transportation plan-2020: Park East Freeway Corridor (February 2001)

Planning report: a regional freeway system reconstruction plan for southeastern Wisconsin: no. 47 (May 2003)

Planning report: a regional transportation system plan for southeastern Wisconsin: no. 49 (June 2006)

Planning report: a wireless antenna siting and related infrastructure plan for southern Wisconsin: no. 51 (September 2006)

Planning guide: land development guide: no. 1 (November 1963)

Planning guide: official mapping guide: no. 2 (February 1964)

Planning guide: organization of planning agencies: no. 4 (June 1964)

Planning guide: floodland and shoreland development guide: no. 5 (November 1968)

Planning guide: soils development guide: no. 6 (August 1969)

Procedural manual: Truck and taxi survey: no. 3 (May 1964)

Procedural manual: external survey: land use--transportation study: no. 4 (August 1963)

Procedural manual: regional land use inventory: no. 7 (June 1970)

Community assistance planning report: a water quality management plan for Lac La Belle, Waukesha County, Wisconsin: no. 47 (December 1980)

Community assistance planning report: land use and urban design plan for the City of New Berlin 2010: no. 111 (April 1987)

Community assistance planning report: a park and open space plan for Ozaukee County: no. 133 (July 1987)

Community assistance planning report: a land use plan for the town of LaGrange: no. 168 (March 1991)

Community assistance planning report: a land use and street system plan for the Village of Kewaskum 2010: no. 214 (September 1997)

Bible, Edward Planning report: annual overall economic development program report: no. 113 ([date unknown])

Blight elimination and urban redevelopment in Milwaukee (June 1948)

Chapter 12: Kenosha County general zoning and shoreland/floodplain zoning ordinance: Chapter 12 (June 2, 1992)

City of Menomonie comprehensive plan update (May 1999)

Community service bulletin: the inner city employment crisis: no. 1 vol. 1 (October 1972)

Comprehensive library planning program prospectus (April 1968)

Fox River Watershed planning program prospectus (October 1964)

Letter from Elmer Krieger to the Board of Public Land Commissioners, "a master plan for the city of Milwaukee" (January 11, 1947)

Memorandum report: a regional water quality management plan for southeastern Wisconsin: an update and status report: no. 93 (March 1995)

Memorandum report: regional land use plan implementation in southeastern Wisconsin: status and needs: no. 68 (May 1993)

Metro 2020 final report: transportation strategies for Milwaukee and southeast Wisconsin (June 1991)

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