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Description: Madison Soap Box Derby winner Eldon Raemisch receiving the M.E. Coyle trophy. The race was held on Wilson Street.
Description: Eldon Raemisch, age 14, in his championship car, No. 32.
The Madison Soap Box Derby was held on Wilson Street in 1936.
Eldon's car was the heaviest...
Description: Roger Gabbei, age 12, competed in the Madison soap box derby held on Gorham Street. He carried a spare wheel in case of a crackup. Roger won the class B ti...
Description: Girls dressed in colonial costumes stand around a table with a birthday cake at the Emerson School P.T.A. 38th anniversary program.
Description: Fred Raemisch, 16, of 2234 E. Johnson Street, sitting in his championship soap box derby car, #41. This was the first official soap box derby held in Madis...
Description: George Miller is reporting a problem to Lifeguard Lois Gardner.
Description: A view of small wooden houses on each side of a tree-lined path. Two children with a bicycle are standing on the path in the middle distance, near another...
Description: Rear view of three soap box derby racers whizzing down West Wilson Street.
Description: Jim Steel, a Kenosha player, makes a touchdown during a Central High School vs. Kenosha High School football game. Also pictured are Ed Hart (#33) of Kenos...
Description: Curlee Seals, Jr. discussing plans for his 1949 Soap Box Derby racer with three members of the Madison Junior Chamber of Commerce, Curlee's sponsor for the...
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Scene along “Willow Drive,” later known as "University Drive," on the shore of Lake Mendota, showing the neo-Gothic carved bridge. View from shoreline of t...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Stereograph of Soldiers' Orphans Home, formerly Harvey Hospital. The octagon house was originally built for Governor Leonard J. Farwell and designed by Aug...
Description: Roundy Coughlin handing Madison soap box derby champion Ken Johnson, age 15, the M.E. Coyle trophy while the crowd applauds in the background.
Description: A blond-haired woman in a dress pumps gas.
Description: Action shot of an East High School vs. West High School football game as Dick Barton (East #68) scores a touchdown.
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: A child's brown leather shoes.
Description: View across street of the Sun Prairie City Hall, a large brick building with two balconies in the tower and arched windows on the ground floor. A person dr...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: A tall smokestack stands beside the Yahara River where it flows out of Lake Mendota. Remnants of the foundation and supports of Farwell's Madison Mills are...
Description: Injured fullback, Earl Maves, (right) and former player, George Paskvan, sitting on the sidelines during the Wisconsin-Michigan football game at Camp Randa...
Description: Flood at the University of Wisconsin-Madison East Hill Trailer Camp, located at 451 North Midvale Boulevard, south of University Avenue. Several men are sh...
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