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Description: Ball Park-Cooper Glass basketball team that won the championship of the Madison basketball tournament. In the back row, left to right, are Ed Withers, Norm...
Description: Proposed Union Religious Center for the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Cooperating bodies, January 1, 1917: Baptists, Congregationalists, Lutheran...
Description: University of Wisconsin coeds sit in a boat surrounded by sand bags in front of Ann Emery Hall, 265 Langdon Street, an independent women's dormatory. It w...
Description: Peter Storch, engineer at Ann Emery hall, and his children are shown at the Milwaukee Road depot where they met their son and brother, Alois Storch with hi...
Description: A view from the west of Maple Bluff. Part of the roof of a cottage can be seen above the bluff.
Description: Henry Olson, a post office employee of nine years, was loading parcel post packages at the Madison post office this week, signalizing the start of the Chri...
Description: The Cuba Club men's basketball team that lost to the Ball Park-Cooper Glass team of Madison in the championship game of the Madison city basketball tournam...
Description: View across water of Governor's Island. There is a far shoreline in the background on the left.
Description: Elevated view of Van Hise Hall, photographed through an infrared filter, on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: The social service department of the Madison Woman's Club display some of the dolls made for the children at the Children's Orthopedic hospital. From left...
Description: Marian Dolan, 1931 National 4-H milking champion, milks a cow. She is a member of the Maple Knoll 4-H Club north of Sun Prairie.
Description: Portrait of Walter A. Schultz, druggist at Lucky Pharmacy, 640 West Washington Avenue. Schultz is a UW School of Pharmacy graduate.
Description: Ray Stanley as a doctor nicknamed 'Cobwebs' in Madison Theater Guild's production of "The Hasty Heart". Also included is a second negative of a portrait of...
Description: Advertisement mock-up for TRIMAR Trichloroethylene, distributed by Ohio Chemical and Surgical Equipment Company of Madison.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Forest Middleton, right, and a companion sit on the retaining wall along the north shore of Lake Monona near the steamboat dock. Two boats and the boathous...
Description: Portrait of Robert Schacht and Richard R. Hetland, director and assistant director of the University of Wisconsin's Bureau of Information and program servi...
Description: Lapham School Nativity play "Small One" is an yearly student Christmas production. "Mary" was played by Jean Loy, 943 East Dayton Street, rode Small One (d...
Description: Mrs. James B. (Anya) Castle, chair of the women's division of the Madison Heart Fund Drive, displays a fundraising poster.
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Professor Rasmus B. Anderson, noted authority on Scandinavian affairs, with Karema Anderson and his son Rolf, with dog Ned, in their home.
Description: Marian Dolan of the Maple Knoll 4-H club north of Sun Prairie, 1931 National 4-H champion, shows her lamb.
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