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Description: Group portrait of officers of the grand chapter of the Order of Eastern Star and the Monona chapter no. 5. Left to right: Mrs. Nita K. Howard, worthy matro...
Description: Wedding photograph of bride Elaine I. Luloff, groom Lieutenant Frederick J. Goff, Jr., maid of honor Mary Jo Kalland, bridesmaid Lucy Abbott and best man R...
Description: Madison art teacher Esther Carswell sits at a table at Central Junior High School with student artwork on the wall behind her.
Description: Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr., who later changed his name to Muhammad Ali, (white trunks) fighting Amos Johnson in the 178 pound final of the Pan-American Gam...
Date: 1951-11 ca.
Description: State Historical Society employee Joyce Hancock examines a replica of Cyrus McCormick's first reaper.
Description: Full-length mug shot of Harlan Lunde.
Date: 1899 ca.
Description: Interior of State Historical Society of Wisconsin during construction. Image shows bricks used in the building and workers.
Description: Photographic postcard of Tommy the cat sitting in a high chair as Tootsie, the dog, stands alongside. Both wear long dresses; the dog also wears a cardigan...
Description: Mora Lincoln with one of her flower arrangements. She regularly gives lessons and demonstrations on the art of arranging flowers.
Description: Nancy Rieter and Dianne Blanchard, students in the 8th grade home economics class at West Junior High School, mix cookie batter. The class baked several th...
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Church, the Highlands, in costume, posing as actors in a scene from "Taming of the Shrew"; part of a comedy program, "A Combine of...
Date: date unknown
Description: A woman is posing as if she is ready to throw a box of dry mounting tissue while standing in the Gisholt darkroom.
Description: Portrait of Hiram O. Bigelow, wearing eyeglasses, of 1221 Spaight Street. He is featured for his numerous jobs, skills, and experiences. He was invited to...
Description: Portrait of Mayor Paul Soglin gesturing in front of a photograph of State Street looking up towards the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: Four women dressed as men posing togther for a portrait. The woman on the left is wearing a beard and has a pipe in her mouth. In the center is a woman wea...
Description: Kenneth Ackerman carries a two-way speaker into English class at East High School where it will be used to connect a homebound student (Jerry Novick) to hi...
Description: Three girls from Lincoln School pose with an opossum that escaped from its cage. The students are, left to right, Nancy Hagen, Jean Diane Gutzman, and Jane...
Description: Family portrait of mother, father and 8 children (ca. 1900).
Description: John Gerlach, second from the right, was named "Most Valuable Player" in the Industrial League for 1948 and is the first to receive the Jimmy Dodge Memoria...
Description: Barbara the waitress serves breakfast to Steve Kimbrough at an unidentified Rennebohm Drug Store restaurant while Albert Friedman drinks coffee and waits f...
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