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Description: Dr. Nathaniel G. Rasmussen, 509 North Lake Street, spent ten years in France in Le Havre and area, and knew the D-Day Invasion site well. His father met hi...
Description: Nine people posed in front of "Our Good Earth" by John Steuart Curry at a Memorial Union exhibit of paintings executed for use on war posters. Private Hen...
Description: Portrait of Roundy Coughlin with three friends.
Description: Floyd Parker, a federal prisoner, and one of two inmates of the Dane County Jail who started the cell block fire, was rescued by sheriff's officials and ci...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Forest Middleton sleeps on a settee as his father, William, reads and his mother and Grandmother Joanna Middleton sit nearby.
Description: Albert Higgins pouring whiskey behind the bar, with a large display of whiskey bottles behind him at Camel's Tavern, located at 619 University Avenue.
Description: Standing near the Lincoln Statue on Bascom Hill at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Historian Staughton Lynd speaks to a nighttime, anti-war demonstrat...
Description: Mrs. Walter Goodland (wife of Governor Goodland), and Private Raymond J. Henning, former UW student, in front of "Carry Your Share!" by Joseph Hirsch at Me...
Description: Professor Roland S. Stebbins wins Madison Art Award. His award winning painting is titled, "Our Kitchen". The work placed first in the Madison Artists Exh...
Description: Photograph of Industrial Commission members at a compensation hearing.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of the United States Hotel, which was demolished in 1874 and replaced by the Tenney Building.
Description: Neils Ruud, 824 E. Dayton Street, receiving the first unemployment compensation check issued in Wisconsin from Voyta Wrabetz, chairman of the state industr...
Description: Actors present a University of Wisconsin Medical School junior class skit during Field Day for the medical students. In this skit, "Medirma of the Future,"...
Description: Joe Bredsteen, a former University of Wisconsin athlete, won the walking championship of the collegiate track meet at Ravenswood Park in Chicago on June 3,...
Description: Rabbi Theodore Gordon, Director of Hillel Foundation at the University of Wisconsin.
Description: A view of the University of Wisconsin football fans at Camp Randall during the game against Ripon College, which UW won 24-0. Student Ralph Engsberg, who...
Description: Charles B. (Chuck) Seals, with pipe, a 25 year-old handicapped shut-in, who is a painter, a sculptor, a student and omnivorous reader, a fisherman, a swimm...
Description: Farmer Charles Nelson, carries a pail in front of the door to his barn. His farm was west of Lake Wingra near Madison.
Description: Wisconsin State Journal executives shown in publisher's office, 115 South Carroll Street, reading and discussing a newspaper. Left to right: John Ca...
Description: John Jenkins, museum director, and Ruth K. Harris, museum curator, of the (then) State Historical Society of Wisconsin museum prepare a display case for an...
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