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Description: Lewis Arms embraces his neighbor Helen Berry behind the house at 629 Milton Street.
Description: View of the 3 F Laundry on the corner of University Avenue and Lake Street, with Holmes Tire, 614 University Avenue, and the Wheeler Conservatory of Music,...
Description: Construction crew working on a Chicago & Northwestern Railroad crossing, looking northwest along the 100 block of South Blair Street.
Description: A blond-haired woman in a dress pumps gas.
Description: Portrait of new Nakoma neighborhood resident Pauline Moore.
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of John Porter. He was born in Harrison County, Kentucky, on February 27, 1798, and came to Wisconsin in April of 1827.
Description: The U.S. airmail radio operator at Royal Airport in Madison. During the 1920s Madison had two airports: the Madison Airport (aka the North Street Airport)...
Description: The Grady Fuel Company, 218 Corry Street, buildings, with the company trucks parked on the street.
Description: Five past-presidents of the Madison Come-Back Club at an annual dinner. Left to right: Myrtle Tiffany, Jay Rose, Lloyd Lock, Frida Kaech and Bjarne Romnes....
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: Children of War photography exhibit at the Madison Free Library viewed by members of the Madison French Relief Society, Mrs. Helene Cassidy, Professor Juli...
Description: Exterior view of the newly opened orchard stand at Kapec Orchard on Verona Road. The sign across the front of the building advertises fresh apples, sweet c...
Description: Dutch Tavern, 121 North Blount Street, with piano, tables, booths, and northwoods decor.
Date: date unknown
Description: Studio portrait of three young men of the Cross Plains baseball team in front of a painted backdrop. From left to right: Peter Berg, Ray Gorman, and Ernie...
The Work of Blanchard Harper
Description: Full-length seated studio portrait of Edwin Schumann wearing a suit in front of a painted backdrop. His legs are crossed, resting one hand on his leg, the...
Description: Mrs. Jerome Schwartzbaum (left) and Gertrude Kimbrough look at decorative hookings made by members of the handicrafts group of the Junior Division of the U...
Description: Three men who testified on behalf of Sandy, a collie dog owned by Russell Nelson, accused of being a vicious animal, sit behind a table . They were Hugo M...
Description: Ward captains meet to plan the Mothers' March on Polio in connection with the Dane County March of Dimes. The Mothers' March will take place the night of J...
Date: 1947 ca.
Description: One hundred ninety government surplus trailers, parked near Camp Randall, provided temporary housing for World War II veterans and their families.
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