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Description: Five students, some from Randall School, at a Shorewood School dancing class.
Description: Children of University of Wisconsin faculty living in University Houses at Eagle Heights costumed as Native Americans, cowboys, and flowers march in a Memo...
Description: A boy asks a girl for a dance at a Shorewood School dancing class.
Description: The kitchen in the home of Lenore and Forrest Middleton, 3241 Highbury Road. The kitchen was built in 1853 by Joseph Statz and houses various early Americ...
Description: Jack G. Jefferds teaches basic dance steps to Marion Amlie and David Johnson at a Shorewood School dancing class.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Partially erected trusses for the roof of the First Unitarian Society Meeting House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Description: Nine-year-old Susan Kamm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit (Marjorie) Kamm, 1015 Yale Road, is pictured with her pet turtle, "Barney". Susan purchased her p...
Description: Jane and Kenneth White and their daughters, Sue (left), Kay, and Barbara, and the family dog, Perky, sail in their lightning class sailboat on Lake Mendota...
Description: Frank Lloyd Wright at the entrance to the First Unitarian Society Meeting House, apparently pointing out the low overhang of the roof. Tradition says the o...
Description: A boy and girl demonstrate dancing technique at a Shorewood School dancing class.
Description: Frank Lloyd Wright and Olgivanna Lloyd Wright arriving at the First Unitarian Society Meeting House where he was to deliver a speech. The speech was to be...
Description: Iola Kreamer, 306 East Sunset Court, Shorewood Hills, displaying a sample of her Christmas baking, including cookies, candies, and fruit cakes.
Description: Portrait of Harriett Narowetz, who presides over women's activities at the Blackhawk Country Club. She is a mother of two small sons and has also served as...
Description: Portrait of Connie (seated) and Kathie Froker, twin daughters of Dean and Mrs. R. K. Froker of Shorewood Hills. He is the dean of the University of Wiscons...
Description: Seven children dressed as cowboys 'portray the hardship of the 49ers trail.' They are, left to right, Bobby Curtis, John Curtis, John Levy, Bruce Levy, Vir...
Description: Mrs. Butts pulls curtain in the Porter Butts house at 2900 Hunter Hill in Shorewood Hills, one of the first "modern" houses in the Madison area in 1937.
Description: Portrait of Mrs. A. Harold (Mary Ellen) Wagner and her infant daughter, Kay Ellen. The Wagners, who live in San Francisco, California, are visiting Mrs. Wa...
Description: Frank Lloyd Wright on the grounds of the First Unitarian Society meeting house. Wright was being filmed for the Omnibus television program. The woman with...
Description: Seven members of the Shorewood school Cub Pack 307 who received the Webelos award pose for a group portrait. Seated, left to right, are Bob Dutton, Richard...
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Zimmerman in their locomobile steamer in 1902. Zimmerman purchased the car in 1901 and claimed it was the first permanent automobil...
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