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Description: Group portrait of 22 disabled American veterans who are Forget-Me-Not ice cream bars vendors. They pose in front of 503 State Street with boxes of ice crea...
Description: Military veterans receive therapy in hot water tubs, with George Gardner, director of the hydro-therapy department, Wisconsin Memorial Hospital on Farwell...
Description: Two women operate the Purity Sun Ray System pressing iron at Three F Steam Laundry, 731 E. Dayton Street.
Description: View down East Wilson Street from the corner of King Street. The Union Transfer Building is on the right hand side at 155-303 East Wilson Street, Rubin's F...
Description: Handicrafts, including wicker furniture and rugs on display at the sales display room in Wisconsin Memorial Hospital, on Farwell Point, adjoining Mendota M...
Description: Basement of State Office Building, 1 W. Wilson Street, under construction, facing toward Wilson Street.
Description: A military veteran learns rug weaving at Wisconsin Memorial Hospital on Farwell Point, adjoining Mendota Mental Health Hospital as part of his rehabilitati...
Description: Basement of State Office Building, 1 W. Wilson St, under construction facing East along Wilson showing the Madison Club
Description: Left interior of Kidder Radio Shop, 113 N Baldwin St. Shows 2 men working on radios.
Description: Green County 4-H Club girl, Helen Haldeman of Monroe, poses in the Madison Gas and Electric Co. demonstration kitchen, while she competes in the state cher...
Description: RKO clown "Toto" distributes cardboard Easter bunnies packed with lollipops from W.T. Grant Company. This event was held in the 2nd floor playroom at UW Ch...
Description: The University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House frame under construction, with novoid corkboard being installed on the south bleachers of Camp Randall in t...
Description: Right interior of Kidder Radio Shop, 113 N Baldwin St. Shows 2 men working on radios.
Description: Gas station in a Trachte building on the corner of Highway 51 (Monona Drive) and Highway 30 (Cottage Grove Rd). A "Johnson Winged 70 Gasoline" pump sits i...
Description: Edison kinetascope, patented in 1897, one of the first motion picture projectors invented by Thomas A. Edison. It is hand cranked and chain driven.
Description: Wood county 4-H girl, Olive Charboneau of Vesper, mixes pie dough in the Madison Gas and Electric Co. demonstration kitchen. This was during competition in...
Description: View from street towards the residence of Arthur and Sophia Pugh, 107 W. Gorham Street. Bridal wreath spirea bushes bloom around the open front porch, and...
Description: Entrance to the classically-columned Commercial National Bank, 102 State Street.
Description: Miss America, Margaret Ekdahl, models a blue and rose Moire evening gown with a short white Dolman fur wrap, at the Burdick & Murray Department Store.
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison Mechanical Engineering Building under construction with steel framework visible, 1513 University Avenue, looking northeast.
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