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Description: Group portrait of Chanticleer "Lanky Neal" Orchestra dressed in identical suits and two-tone shoes.
Description: Kully Schlicht poses on his follow through of a golf swing.
Description: Group portrait of police officers receiving insurance policies in front of the Madison Police Station, 14-16 South Webster Street, with motorcycles parked...
Description: Group portrait of six legislators who were members of the 1917 legislature who tried to censure Robert La Follette, Sr., for his opposition to U.S. entry i...
Description: Advertisement for Choles Floral Co., 22 S. Carroll showing a floral window display.
Description: A group of high school musicians from Township High School, Joliet, Illinois, on sleeping cots in the Field House during a National School Music contest.
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: Law Building, University of Wisconsin-Madison, designed by Charles S. Frost, and built in 1893 of Lake Superior brown sandstone.
Description: Girls dressed in colonial costumes stand around a table with a birthday cake at the Emerson School P.T.A. 38th anniversary program.
Description: A group of high school musicians, from East Waterloo (Iowa?) High School, sleeping on bleachers in Field House during a National School Music contest.
Description: Group portrait of WIBA "Harvester's" orchestra.
Description: Employees of the Bock Oil Burner Company work in the machine shop.
Description: Three Frigidaire refrigerator service men working in the Hefty Sales Co. shop, 210 E. Washington Avenue.
Description: Interior of the Duncan Academy of Hair and Beauty Culture School, located at 23 South Pinckney Street. Students are working with customers in hair styling...
Description: The number 2 green at the Burr Oaks Golf Course.
Description: Group portrait of 4 motor police officers in uniform.
Description: Music Hall, University of Wisconsin-Madison, designed by John F. Rague, and built in 1851 as the first building on campus.
Description: Julius Giller proprietor at Julian's Delicatessen and Sandwich Shop, 226 State Street with customers.
Description: A truck with sign advertising the movie, "Africa Speaks" is parked in front of the Kaybee Store, next to the Capitol Theatre, 209 State Street where the mo...
Description: Man holding long stem rose box beside Rentschler Floral Co. delivery truck. He is parked in front of Rentschler greenhouse office building, located at 2500...
Description: Two xylophonists playing at Emerson School Gymnasium.
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