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Description: Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Zimmerman in their locomobile steamer in 1902. Zimmerman purchased the car in 1901 and claimed it was the first permanent automobil...
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: Interior view of the Auditorium of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed First Unitarian Society Meeting House. The Wright furniture has been arranged to illustr...
Description: Group portrait of the officers of the Shorewood Hills League elected at the annual spring party at the Blackhawk Country Club. Seated, left to right, are M...
Description: Walter Meanwell and his date, Mary Ann Pohle, playing gin rummy on a date. They both live in Shorewood Hills and attend Wisconsin High School.
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: Fire chief at work. He is also a student earning his way through the University of Wisconsin.
Description: Mrs. Lester W. (Dorothy) Paul, 3220 Topping Road, at left, and Mrs. Lloyd W. (Mildred) Coleman, 1123 Oak Way, at right, perusing the birth column in the
Description: Blackhawk Country Club dress up day for women titled "Children's Day." Women dressed in children's costumes eating ice cream cones.
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: Blackhawk Country Club "Childrens Day," women's dress up golf event. Four women in children's dresses, eating lollipops.
Description: View looking towards A.G. Zimmerman driving a horseless carriage, or early automobile over a rustic bridge. The bridge has board flooring and railings made...
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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Description: Members of the Madison First Unitarian Society congregation sorting stones to be used in the construction of the Meeting House. The building was designed b...
Description: Members of the Shorewood Hills Community League sorting clothing collected for the Quaker Relief Organization. From left are: Mrs. Harold R. (Hjordis) Wolf...
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: Jean Christenson and Craig Olafsson playing on a swing at the Shorewood Hills Play School, a summer recreation program at Shorewood Hills schools and parks...
Description: Shorewood Hills music students posed with their string instruments at a Christmas caroling party in the home of Mrs. Keys (Freda) Winterble, 901 University...
Description: Mrs. George (Frances) Burrell, 1509 Wood Lane, at left, and Mrs. Charles L. (Myrtle) Fluke, 3003 Harvard Drive, at right, inspecting a map of the village o...
Description: Carson Gulley, the well-known University of Wisconsin-Madison chef, serving a catered meal at the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed First Unitarian Society Meeti...
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