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Description: A woman shops in the produce department at the Kroger store at Union Corners, 2541 Winnebago Street. She was promoting the Oscar Mayer Health for Victory C...
Description: A woman shops in the meat department at the Kroger store at Union Corners, 2541 Winnebago Street. She is there to promote the wartime Oscar Mayer Health fo...
Description: Shirley Genther, instructor in music theory and dance at the University of Wisconsin, with a musical instrument called a double canon, invented and constru...
Description: Mary Lou Munts, a member of the Wisconsin Assembly, and Congressman David R. Obey at a fundraiser for Obey at the Madison Club.
Description: "Ken Ahrens (left), photographer at the Star Photo Shop, 924 Williamson Street, with R.E. Mattison, the shop owner, viewing the cash box which Ahrens preve...
Description: Police Officer Robert O'Neil looking at charred doll and little red boots found in the debris in the room in a tenement-type house, 15 South Bedford Street...
Description: A workman grinds a cylinder head at Nagle-Hart Tractor & Equipment Company, 754 East Washington Avenue.
Description: Full-length portrait of a Boy Scout, probably Edward Soderholm.
Description: Two students work in the nutrition lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Description: Portrait of Senator Frank Panzer wielding a gavel in the Senate Chambers of the Wisconsin State Capitol at the opening of the 69th session of the Wisconsin...
Description: Kayer Motors mechanic working on servicing a truck. Kayser Motors is located at 701 East Washington Avenue.
Description: Marian Dolan, 1931 National 4-H milking champion, milks a cow. She is a member of the Maple Knoll 4-H Club north of Sun Prairie.
Description: Mrs. Edwin B. (Rosa) Fred, extreme left, wife of the university president, with a delegation of guests from Sun Prairie, at a tea at the Wisconsin executiv...
Description: Action shot of the boxing match between the University of Wisconsin and the University of Syracuse.
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of John Slothower. He was born in Pennsylvania and came to Wisconsin in 1836. He resided in Stevens Point, and was 45 years...
Description: Allan J. McAndrews, left, a Madison attorney, was the toastmaster at the Edgewood High School football banquet. Seated at the speakers table with him are B...
Description: Mrs. David Ciscel, Oshkosh, and Mrs. Alfred Schurch, Barneveld, talk with Mrs. R.K. (Mildred) Froker, wife of the new dean of the college of agriculture at...
Description: Simpson's, 23-25 North Pinckney Street. Woman modeling a suit, with hat, gloves and purse.
Description: Female clothing models, Beverly Muenchow and Eileen Regan, at the Darling Shop, located at 9 East Main Street. They are wearing skirts with blouses and sad...
Description: Four of the new directors of the Wisconsin Council of Churches. From left to right are: Rev. Victor L. Thomas, Watertown; Rev. Merrill R. Abbey, Madison;...
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