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Description: View of the front of a fire-damaged commercial building at 3205 East Washington Avenue with two fire fighters, two hoses, and a ladder nearby. The signage...
Description: Three of Madison's most enthusiastic skating fans are shown ready for a whirl on the ice. From left to right, Dick Simonson, city champion; Georgia Bernard...
Description: Color bearers from the National Guard, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the two American Legion posts, the Spanish-American War veterans, their auxiliaries, a...
Description: Nakoma's Twelfth Night Party featured the historical pageantry of the Twelfth Night tradition. Dr. James Griffin, billed as "Madison's most interesting boa...
Description: Children crowded around Santa Claus at the annual East Side community Christmas tree celebration in Riverside Park.
Description: Group portrait of three members of the Zonta International Club, a classified service club for executive women, taken at an inter-city meeting held at the...
Description: John Walker, father of 16 children, stands outside a greenhouse with pipe in mouth.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two men loading boxes of batteries onto railroad cars with a conveyor belt. French Battery later became Ray-O-Vac Corporation.
Description: Women foursome from the Blackhawk and Nakoma Country Clubs.
Description: The Grand Champion Frankie Meyers receiving a trophy from Ralph Hult, president of the Hults' Capitol Garage, sponsor of the event. Looking on is Tommy Smr...
Description: Three teenagers posed on the steps of the toboggan slide at Hoyt Park. Ascending the steps are Al Gay, Mary Homann, and Ruth Ann Gay. Two young boys are st...
Description: Players on the Wisconsin bench during the Wisconsin-Northwestern homecoming football game.
Description: Injured fullback, Earl Maves, (right) and former player, George Paskvan, sitting on the sidelines during the Wisconsin-Michigan football game at Camp Randa...
Description: Officers and speakers attending the annual dinner meeting of the Wisconsin Council of Churches: front row, Dr. Hermann Morse, administrator of the Presbyte...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A view of the Second Empire style Park Hotel at the corner of South Carroll and West Main Streets. There are horse-drawn carriages, pedestrians, and a smal...
Description: Six Westmorland carolers contributing to Roundy's Fun Fund. Shown with "Roundy" Coughlin are kids, left to right: Ann Holmgren, Karen Sherry, John Holmgren...
Description: Employees of the Ideal Body Company sitting in and around a car.
Description: Men lined up along a sales counter at Manchester's Department Store to buy war bonds, while two clerks behind the counter ring up the sales.
Description: Madison friends and family of racer Joe Puccio are pit workers at the Soap Box Derby competition. Left to right: Buddy Haak, a friend of the family; Lucien...
Description: People at the speakers' table at the dinner marking the start of the University of Wisconsin's foundation's centennial campaign. From left are Herbert V. K...
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