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Description: Carlene, Corey, and Laura, pose with a group of customers at the lunch counter in a Rennebohm's Drug Store restaurant. Part of the restaurant and store is...
Description: Signe and Peder Sletteland, daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry A. Sletteland, 2150 Chadbourne Avenue, looking at a catalog. She is a student at Skidmor...
Description: The C.V. Seastone family residence, 134 West Gorham Street. Prior to 1914, George Gemon owned the house, followed by Torgrim Olson until 1927.
Description: A barn at the Quaker Oats farm at 4202 Monona Drive.
Description: Governor and Mrs. Oscar Rennebohm in the Governor's Residence, 130 E. Gilman Street, listening to the election returns on the radio. Some of the mansion's...
Date: date unknown
Description: Truck with bed built by Ideal Body Company advertising the company. the truck is parked in front of the Ideal Body Company building on Park Street.
Description: View of the set-up for the reviewing and bandstands of the Wisconsin State Centennial celebrations on the corner of Monona Avenue and Main Street of the Ca...
Description: Two young girls outside with a toy pedal station wagon. Possibly children of a Harley family.
Description: View along the Catfish River, with shrubs and grasses covering the riverbank. On the far left are electrical poles along a dirt road bordering a field that...
Description: Newly-appointed Madison police chief Bruce Weatherly, left, is shown conferring with Alton S. Heassler, assistant city attorney.
Description: Photographs illustrating the general history of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Included are interior and exterior views of facilities and build...
Description: Mears house, the residence of Flora E. Mears at 116 East Gilman Street, built by Charles Mears in 1859 or 1860.
Description: Planter boxes are one of the features in the Parade of Homes.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Fraternity house, 644 N Frances Street, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Lake Mendota is in the background.
Description: A brick porch with skylights in a building at 818 North Prospect Place.
Description: June McGovern is reading The Night Before Christmas to her children Diane, Jill and Jackie.
Description: Winter scene near Main Hall (Bascom Hall) drive on the University of Wisconsin campus. View looking uphill towards two men standing on and near a sidewalk....
Description: Glenn M. Wise (Mrs. John Wise), Wisconsin's first woman Secretary of State, posed in the kitchen cooking.
Description: Mrs. Herman Erfurth (Verona), Mrs. Edgar Messer (Beaver Dam), and Mrs. LaVerne Johnson (Verona). Mannequin (in the background) and women view an exhibit o...
Description: Page from the scrapbook of bike hosteling trips sponsored by Neighborhood House, with highlights from the second hostel trip to the Post Farm Hostel in Mad...
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