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This is a replica of "The Temple of Love". Construction began in 1897 and was completed in 1903. St. Joseph was carved by Lorenzo Bartolini circa 1830's in Italy using white Carrara marble. Due to vandalism, the staff and part of the hand was missing from the statue. The ceiling tile work was also in bad shape from years of water damage

This is a replica of "The Temple of Love". Construction began in 1897 and was completed in 1903. St. Joseph was carved by Lorenzo Bartolini circa 1830's in Italy using white Carrara marble. Due to vandalism, the staff and part of the hand was missing from the statue. The ceiling tile work was also in bad shape from years of water damage

Bean sorters at the Sampson Canning Company, Vesper, Wisconsin, ca. 1950. Source: South Wood County Historical Corporation

Bean sorters at the Sampson Canning Company, Vesper, Wisconsin, ca.

Wife of pea farmer at vinery near Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, Photographer Russell Lee Created June 1937 Location Sun Prairie, Dane, Wisconsin

Wife of pea farmer at vinery near Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, Photographer Russell Lee Created June 1937 Location Sun Prairie, Dane, Wisconsin

Monkey Jockey Riding Dog, c. 1950’s  In 1930 Loretta and Charles David of Miami, Florida conceived of the idea of using monkey jockeys in Greyhound races.  Twelve infant Capuchin monkeys imported from Panama were raised with twelve Greyhound puppies, so that they would form close bonds. After two years of maturing together and intensive training, they were ready for the track.

anunnaturalhistory: “ Monkey Jockey Riding Dog, c. In 1930 Loretta and Charles David of Miami, Florida conceived of the idea of using monkey jockeys in Greyhound races.

Parfrey's Glen; 1909. Two women pose behind a log which has fallen across the stream in Parfrey's Glen. One woman holds a small pail. Baraboo, WI | Wisconsin Historical Society

Two women pose behind a log which has fallen across the stream in Parfrey's Glen, Wisconsin, 1909

My "Nana" was a "PBX" Operator connecting calls to phone lines to complete the calls. It made her deaf in one ear & swapped jobs there and started dipping candies at "Sailors Chocolate's" in Alameda. My Brother and Sisters and myself visited her at work & watch her dip & wrap chocolates. We always sampled a few ( a bunch) & take some home. Like "I Love Lucy" working on the line & chocolate's were falling off the end so she was stuffing her mouth and clothes full so she wouldn't get fired.

"PBX" Operator connecting calls to phone lines to complete the calls. It could make you deaf in one ear

John F. Kennedy funeral procession by lezli - I was in Junior High School when this happened - I remember going into study hall and waiting - after he was shot...

I love this photo. Funeral of President John F. Kennedy, Nov To pay respect, lined streets to watch coffin's procession. The procession included a caparisoned horse - a riderless horse with boots facing backwards in the saddle.

Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1857) - a great Victorian Engineer who constructed the first British Railway.

Isambard, hero of Bristol, and the man who taught me that you'll never be short in a tall hat. Isambard Kingdom Brunel against the launching chains of the Great Eastern at Millwall in

Madison, Wisconsin, official city bird - plastic pink flamingo!

UW-Madison student Joan O’Donnell snacks on Bascom Hill surrounded by plastic flamingos Sept.

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