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Description: Two men stand next to a railroad car at the rear of the Fauerbach Brewing Company at 651-653 Williamson Street.
Description: Two men stand behind the Fauerbach Brewing Co., with railroad track in foreground.
Description: Four employees behind the meat counter in the North St. Meat Market (Jacobson's), 227 North Street.
Description: Interior view of Dane County Title Company office, 109 S. Fairchild Street,, with 11 people, some using typewriters.
Description: Four employees behind the meat counter in the North Street Market, 227 North St.
Description: Side view of Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Weights and Measures Division truck parked in a garage beside measuring device.
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: Fauerbach Lager Beer truck with "James Hepburn, Distributor, Decorah, Iowa" painted on the cab. The truck sits outside of the Ideal Body Company, 502 Sout...
Description: Man icing a small cake, taken for Kennedy Dairy Co.
Description: Knights Templar parade south on Carroll Street during the Wisconsin Commandery convention.
Description: Acrobats in formation, on stage with 15 participants holding various pieces of athletic equipment.
Description: King Street facade of Arcade Building showing Madison Liquor store, 113 King; Capital City Bank, 111 King; Arcade Barbershop, 109 King; Charlier and Son je...
Description: Joseph Oden La Follette, the son of Senator Robert La Follette, Jr., being held by his maternal grandmother, Harriet Oden of Washington, D.C.
Description: Testing a Westinghouse refrigerator (door open with food inside and woman standing behind the open door) with wires from an Official Test Panel attached to...
Description: Governor Philip F. La Follette of Wisconsin on the night when he delivered his "National Progressives of America" speech. Behind him is Morris Rubin, edito...
Description: Six children playing violins, a drum and a piano at the Wisconsin School of Music.
Description: Group portrait of 8 female and 8 male athletes, members of the Madison Turnverein, dressed in shorts and t-shirts, with women holding Indian clubs.
Description: Interior of the Eastwood Theatre auditorium, located at 2090 Atwood Avenue.
Description: Memorial Union, 800 Langdon St., through the trees.
Description: Man playing drum set in a photographic studio.
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