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Description: Charles Lindbergh speaking to a crowd at a stadium.
Description: Picnic area of Olin Park, where a woman reads a newspaper on a park bench.
Description: Alpha Phi sorority, 28 Langdon Street, was the site of a garden party for all sorority women on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Left to right:...
Description: Left to right are: Carl Thompson, Stoughton, Democratic candidate for governor; Harry S. Truman, President, and Democratic candidate for the presidency; an...
Description: Jack Dittman of the University of Iowa beats the throw of University of Wisconsin's Bob Shea to his teammate Gene Radke at first base. The "Hawkeyes" of Io...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A group of boys, most wearing caps, pose at the side of Madison's Third Ward School, also known as Brayton School. There are girls in the background.
Description: Patricia Thompson, daughter of Governor Mrs. Vernon W. Thompson, poses with 30 of her Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority sisters seated on steps of the Governor's...
Date: 1875-09-10 ca.
Description: View looking west across the area once occupied by Camp Randall during the Civil War and towards the Breese Stevens farm property. The Madison Centennial...
Description: A page from a family photo album compiled and captioned by Andrew Webb Jr., with three images of his mother, Caroline Webb, and an image of two cats.
Date: 1927-08-22 ca.
Description: The "Spirit of St. Louis", in which Charles Lindbergh made the first solo Atlantic crossing, arrives in Madison, where it was greeted by crowds.
Description: Participants in the ground breaking ceremonies for the new Calvary Gospel church located at 3822 Mineral Point Road. Men standing with shovels, are, from l...
Description: A split-level fountain at Olbrich Park at the east end of Lake Monona on Atwood Avenue. It was designed by the City Parks Department and built in 1969 by J...
Description: A man walks toward Lake Mendota on a wooden sidewalk in front of Science Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The Chemical Laboratory buildi...
Description: Singer Harry Dyer (b.1864), right, and sound engineer Robert Draves.
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: The William Thompson family on the porch roof of their substantial brick bracket style house with shutters and with latticework at its foundation. A girl o...
Description: Friends Homer Graber and Gilbert May of Mineral Point, show their baby beef calves that won the grand champion and reserve champion titles at the Livestock...
Description: Two children, a boy and a girl, look at display of toys in a store window.
Description: Crater Players on stage rehearsing for the play, "The Drunkard." Left to right are organizer Professor Ronald E. Mitchell, Olaf Ussing, Josephine Bomgardne...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A colt stands next to a horse harnessed to a carriage driven by Forest Middleton. A large barn or outbuilding is behind him.
Description: The State Historical Society of Wisconsin's Historymobile at the Clark Service Station, 2631 University Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Tschudy (Jake and Irene),...
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