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Description: Randall School, 10 N. Spooner. Two children are painting a mural of a neighborhood scene.
Description: Three attendants stand beside a Goodrich truck at Goodrich Silvertown, Inc. 515 University Avenue, next to a sign for Goodrich Tires and Batteries. A pile...
Description: Governor Albert Schmedeman and Ex-Governor William A. Langer of North Dakota, seated in Governor Schmedeman's office.
Description: Waters Motors, Inc., 802 East Washington Avenue at the corner of North Livingston, taken from across the street.
Description: Two men look at a damaged automobile belonging to Elmer Meixner, DeForest, after a collision with a Milwaukee Road train at the East Johnson Street crossi...
Date: 1933 ca.
Description: Group portrait of men, women and children posing outdoors under the shade of trees next to a sign that reads "Photographers' Picnic."
Description: John Karch stirs a hot pot of candy syrup on a stove while trays of finished candy cool on the table.
Description: Six Lido Ladies, an act performing at the Orpheum Theater, pose with a new Ford V8 car in the lobby of the Orpheum Theater while a crowd looks on.
Description: Group portrait of members of the Orpheum Theatre softball team and their wearing t-shirts that read "Cool Orpheum" .
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: House built by Julius T. Clark in 1859, which in 1878 became the home of William F. Vilas.
Description: Interior view of the East Gallery and the rotunda, Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: Portrait of Police Officer Earl V. Bonner, the shortest man on the Madison police force, who joined in 1928, and Romain W. York Jr., the tallest man on the...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Several men pass through the locks at the Lake Mendota entrance to the Yahara River.
Description: The east terrace of the Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Allison Davis home, also known as Edenfred, in the Highlands suburb west of Madison, 6048 S. Highlands Avenu...
Description: A crowd of people waits in the basement of Baron Brothers Department Store for a drawing sponsored by Sherwin Williams Paint Company, located at 12-18 W. M...
Description: A shaded view of Brown's Bookstore, 673 State Street.
Description: Snow-dusted Eastwood Theatre, 2090 Atwood Avenue with "The Viking" and "Skin Deep - Coming Soon" on the marquee.
Description: The Hub, a men's clothing store located at 22 West Mifflin Street.
Description: Edward O'Connell (General Pershing's chauffeur), and wife stand beside automobile, with 2 children sitting on automobile's running board and looking at a b...
Description: Interior view of Club Marco (formerly French Village), Oregon Road (2323 S. Park St.), with couples dancing and people sitting at tables in the foreground.
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