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First Place Float

Date: 1938 

Description: Man standing at the back of a manure spreader decorated with signs reading "Sucky Likes," "It's Roasted," "Only the Finest Ingredients Go into Sucky Likes,...

Date: 1960-12-06 

Description: Three Brittingham scholars at the University of Wisconsin chat with Constance Elvehjem. They include, left to right: Yves Struye from Brussels, Belgium; Jo...

Date: 1947-11-24 

Description: Three couples in charge of arrangements for the Junior Division dance of the University League at the Woman's Building are: Jack A. and Ida J. Borchardt; H...

Date: 1947-11-24 

Description: Ann F. Warren, cutting in on Kathleen and Calvin Royston during the balloon tag dance at the Woman's Club Building, 240 West Gilman Street.

Date: 1951 

Description: Circular staircase at the Pierce Home looking up toward the chandelier. The home is located at 424 North Pinckney Street, and was built around 1857.

Date: 1953-03-20 

Description: Group portrait of boys' high school basketball team, celebrating in the locker room with two coaches after a WIAA Basketball Tournament game.

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Empty Stocking Club

Date: 1950-11-12 

Description: Three women carry a basket of dolls and teddy bears to be distributed to children through the Empty Stocking Club. Left to right: Mrs. William (Shirley) G...

Date: 1947-11-24 

Description: Three couples at the registration desk for the Junior Division of the University League dance. Seated are: John I. and Gardenia Kross; standing left to rig...

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Lunda Family

Date: 1954-06-23 

Description: Group portrait of four generations gathered at the home of 91-year-old Carrie Lunda. She is shown with her son, Ernest M. Lunda of Muskegon, Michigan; her...

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Patricia Lee Keller

Date: 1945-02-13 

Description: Patricia Lee Keller, two-year-old daughter of 1st Sargeant and Mrs. Robert F. Keller, 337 West Doty Street. Sargeant Keller was with a tank battalion in th...

Date: 2012-04-03 

Description: View down East Wilson Street across the railroad tracks towards condominiums and businesses on the 400 block, including the Cardinal Bar & Cafe at 418 East...

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Pierce Home

Date: 1888 ca.

Description: An interior look at the so-called Pierce home, located at 424 North Pinckney Street, at the corner of Pinckney and Gilman Streets. At the time this photogr...

Date: 1924 ca.

Description: A middle-aged man stands holding an agricultural implement in a field of tobacco plants. A sign next to him reads: "We Are Power Farmers Using Fordson Trac...

Date: 1929 ca.

Description: Hand-colored full-length portrait of Sam Cimino and Sam Romano, "2 neighbors and members," who are standing in the shade of a tree and dressed in overalls,...

Date: 1956-07-24 

Description: Portrait of Carol Kay Baxter of Long Beach, California, with her golden retriever and three of its puppies. Carol is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs...

Date: 1947-02-03 

Description: Julius Rehder with his "Portrait of a Gentleman", which won first prize in oils at the Madison Artist's exhibition. The painting, which received the Oscar...

Date: 1898 

Description: A unknown girl is kneeling in Turvill garden. She is wearing a dress and her hair is braided. There is a path in the center and the gardens surround her....

Date: 1971 

Description: Group portrait of the Madison City Council. Names, (l to r), Joseph Thompson, Paul Soglin, Dennis McGilligan, Susan Kay Phillips, and Eugene Parks.

Date: 1956-05-21 

Description: Group portrait of Madison Curling Club's new officers: left to right, front row: R. A. Black, J. H. Cottrell, Robert Mortenson, Don Timmerman, Dorsey Botha...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Sid sitting on a stool at the Karabis Bar with a cigar in his mouth. He is holding an umbrella in his right hand and a drink in his left hand. The bartende...

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