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Description: Madison Soap Box Derby winner Eldon Raemisch receiving the M.E. Coyle trophy. The race was held on Wilson Street.
Description: Eldon Raemisch, age 14, in his championship car, No. 32.
The Madison Soap Box Derby was held on Wilson Street in 1936.
Eldon's car was the heaviest...
Description: Roger Gabbei, age 12, competed in the Madison soap box derby held on Gorham Street. He carried a spare wheel in case of a crackup. Roger won the class B ti...
Description: Fred Raemisch, 16, of 2234 E. Johnson Street, sitting in his championship soap box derby car, #41. This was the first official soap box derby held in Madis...
Description: Rear view of three soap box derby racers whizzing down West Wilson Street.
Description: Exterior view of an International Harvester Company branch house. A sign reading "International Motor Service" is on another building at right. On the left...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Aerial view of town.
Description: Roundy Coughlin handing Madison soap box derby champion Ken Johnson, age 15, the M.E. Coyle trophy while the crowd applauds in the background.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: A view of the Fort Winnebago hospital. Detail showing the front door. All but the screen door is original.
Description: Harry S. Manchesters Inc. Department Store, 2-6 E. Mifflin Street, and other businesses: Walk-Over Shoes, 8 E. Mifflin Street, Moseley's Books, 10 E. Miffl...
Description: Two men load what appears to be a cabinet into the back of an International D-300 truck owned by the Stanley Brothers Furniture Company. The truck is parke...
Description: A man unloads milk bottles from the back of an International Model C-1 truck used by Datson Dairies Inc. The truck is parked on a residential street in fro...
Description: A group of men stand outside the Burlington Farm Machinery Company storefront where an International H-5 truck owned by the Mercer Transfer Company is park...
Description: Bedroom in Pendarvis House with a canopy bed set into a dormer with a window. There is a quilt on the bed, a bedside table on the left, and a dresser on th...
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: Exterior view of Pendarvis House.
Description: Baron Brothers department store, 12-18 W. Mifflin Street, also known as the Mendota Building, and The Hub, 22-24 W. Mifflin Street, and H. Cushman shoes (p...
Description: The American Club, a fine club house for workers in a modern industrial villiage near Sheboygan, Wisc. built by Kohler Manufacturing Company as a part of t...
Description: Left side of McCormick reaper of 1849, sitting in a street, with two buildings, a smokestack, and trees behind.
Description: A man unloads packages from an International D-2 truck owned by Lord Baltimore Laundry. A wheeled laundry basket stands near the truck's opened side door.
Date: 1933 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Volunteers of America building, located at 412-416 South Baldwin Street.
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