Seipp's Hollander Beer was made from 1908 and 1919 in Chicago, Illinois. by Conrad Seipp, who later moved to Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Celebrate this historic brewer and pour out with this boot shot glass.
Get ready for voting-season and celebrate the centennial anniversary of women's rights to vote with this mug, exclusively from the Wisconsin Historical Society! The historical image is from a poster made from an engraving, circa 1910.
NOTE: This custom service is paused for winter of 2022. Will resume in spring. Transform your favorite photograph into a one-of-a-kind work of art that lasts a lifetime with a digital tintype (DigiType) from H.H. Bennett Studio & Museum – all without leaving your home! This item is not returnable or refundable. Find more information is below.
$15.50 and up. Prints can be selected in a range of sizes, from postcard to poster, in paper or canvas. Printed to order and shipped to you. Prices vary with print size and type. Find ordering instructions below.
$15.50 and up. Seven colorful images in this historic collection dating to 1910. Prints can be selected in a range of sizes, from postcard to poster, in paper or canvas. Printed to order and shipped to you. Find ordering instructions below.
$15.50 and up. Find links below to find historic Travel by Train posters in the Society's collection. Reproduction prints can be ordered in a range of sizes, from postcard to poster, in paper or canvas. Find ordering details and instructions below.
$15.50 and up. Browse over 100 posters in this collection. Reproduction prints can be selected in a range of sizes, from postcard to poster, in paper or canvas. Printed to order. Ordering details and instructions below.
Sonia Vasquez is an artist living and working out of Manitowoc, Wisconsin. For this piece, she was inspired by Victorian advertisements and medicine - imagining what a Covid vaccine poster might look like in the 19th century.
The text on this poster is meant to evoke hope, comfort, and relief from the pressure to “get back to normal” in the face of great loss. The artist hopes this piece will help people meet their grief with acceptance while also finding strength in the knowledge that it will not last forever.
By Bao Xiong | WHS COVID-19 Poster Project | Phase 2
Bao Xiong is an author and artist based out of Wisconsin. Growing up with Hmong folklore and true ghost stories inspired her books Folklore and The Butchers published through Moth House Press. Her poster illustrates that science finds a way to address life's challenges.