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Description: Seaman 1st class Tom Teeley with newsboy, Bernard Ehrmann, holding a copy of the Wisconsin State Journal with headline declaring peace in the Pacific. Cel...
Description: A view of the storefront of the Professional Pharmacy in Salt Lake City. Beside the entrance is an index of local physicians for customer use.
Date: 1942 ca.
Description: Two men talking on a construction site, probably at International Harvester's Bettendorf Tank Arsenal (factory). A pile of bricks is in the foreground alon...
Description: Group portrait of City Car men's bowling team, one of the lead teams in the 1949 Madison Bowling Association city tournament. L to R: Dolph Friede, Mel Sch...
Description: Group portrait of the Central High School boy's basketball team and coach, Front row l to r: Pat McCann, Al Dockery, Mel Troia, Bill Withers, Allen Sweet,...
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dobbs. One was Helene Stratman-Thomas's cousin and well-acquainted with the Yuba musicians.
Description: Construction site, probably at International Harvester's Bettendorf Tank Arsenal (factory). A large hole is in the foreground.
Description: Major Arthur L. Post of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was shot down on June 20th, 1943 and rescued on September 28th, 1943, after 101 days in the jungle. Here Post...
Description: Group portrait of African-American choir on steps in front of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 548 West Johnson Street.
Description: Five drum majors of the Four Lakes Council (Madison area) Boy Scout Drum and Bugle Corps. Left to right: Charles Harris, Charles Butler, James Berray, Stan...
Description: Line-up of four trucks and one car in front of Holmes Tire and Supply Company, 431 West Main Street, with eleven employees.
Description: Master bedroom of the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Lewis (Isabella) Greene, 118 Lakewood Boulevard. The room is decorated in traditional style using the color...
Description: Men doing a periodic rotation of the synthetic and recapped tires on one of the two cars parked in front of the Park Hotel and participating in the America...
Description: Group portrait of six graduates of St. Mary's school of nursing posed in their uniforms. Pictured from left to right are: Marguerite Hotz, Sheboygan; Donna...
Description: A wedding party at the refreshment table. Included are: best man, William Kessenich; brides attendant, Joan Kessenich; bride, Phyllis Ann Kessenich; Groo...
Description: The George A. Whiting Paper Mill after a fire on August 24, 1888. Sixteen men were killed by the explosion of a bleacher; the bleacher exploded as the nigh...
Description: Portrait of Thomas Doran, Director of the City of Madison Relief / Welfare Department.
Description: Rear view of an International KB-2 panel truck converted into an ambulance. The rear doors are open, allowing a view of the collapsible bed inside. The ori...
Description: Young's Cafe, located at 316 East Wilson Street. Joseph and Anna Young are standing in the Cafe surrounded by bouquets on opening day.
Description: A man operates an International crawler tractor (TracTracTor) with a Bucyrus-Erie bulldozer blade inside a factory building. The building is probably Inter...
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