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Description: The 30th anniversary of the village of Shorewood Hills was celebrated by the women of the community at a costume luncheon at the Blackhawk Country Club. Ga...
Description: Frank Lloyd Wright on the grounds of the First Unitarian Society meeting house. Wright was being filmed for the Omnibus television program. The woman with...
Description: Children seated around a triangular table in the loggia (hallway) of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed meeting house of the First Unitarian Society. They ap...
Description: Fire chief at work. He is also a student earning his way through the University of Wisconsin.
Description: James L. Clarke, city health inspector, placing a warning sign on a fence at the Shorewood dump after workers distributed poison bread bait in the dump.
Description: Jack G. Jefferds teaches basic dance steps to Marion Amlie and David Johnson at a Shorewood School dancing class.
Description: John Curtis asks Patty Parsons to dance with him at a Shorewood School dancing class.
Description: Group portrait of the two children of Dr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Antonius, Shorewood Hills, from left: Jeffrey Bird Antonius, 4; and Leslie Jean, 10 months; s...
Description: Mrs. J. Riley (Anne) Best, Eagle Heights apartments, reading a book to her two children, Sally 6, and Steven, 4. The family is new to the area, having move...
Description: James L. Clarke (left) city health inspector, and Lewis B. Kelly (right) president of the Solvit Chemical Corp., are shown as they prepare to scatter the b...
Description: Frank Lloyd Wright touring the grounds of the First Unitarian Society Meeting House. Wright, who designed the meeting house, was present to film a speech f...
Description: Ellsworth Mack and Charlotte Martin, members of the Shorewood League Painting and Sketching class, seated outdoors in Shorewood Hills, painting an autumnal...
Description: Seven children in costume who participated in one of the most colorful 4th of July parades in village history pose for a portrait on a lawn.
Description: A boy and girl demonstrate dancing technique at a Shorewood School dancing class.
Description: Seven children dressed as cowboys 'portray the hardship of the 49ers trail.' They are, left to right, Bobby Curtis, John Curtis, John Levy, Bruce Levy, Vir...
Description: Architect Frank Lloyd Wright being filmed for the Omnibus television program. Wright and apprentice Frances Nemtin are standing in front of the Unitarian M...
Description: Leslie Gillett sits in her traditional antique-filled living room at 3443 Edgehill Parkway in Shorewood Hills. The home will be featured in the Attic Angel...
Description: Two men are scattering barium carbonate rat poison in a city dump located at the end of Fern Drive off Highbury Road near University Avenue. The land was o...
Description: Shorewood Hills League members attending luncheon at the Blackhawk Country Club, Mrs. T.W. Doig (Beulah Doig), Mrs. Sydney Miller (Myrtle Miller), Mrs. Arc...
Description: Mrs. Butts pulls curtain in the Porter Butts house at 2900 Hunter Hill in Shorewood Hills, one of the first "modern" houses in the Madison area in 1937.
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