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Description: Students, coaches, and athletic director--Roger Cantwell, John Roach, Jack Armstrong, Joe McGuire, and the Rev. James R. Comeau--are honored for their role...
Description: Portrait of Attorney General John Martin seated in his office.
Description: A group of young boys with their male chaperones are sitting and standing around the split-rail fence. There is a log cabin and a cornfield in the backgrou...
Description: Two men sitting with the Fred H. Kessenich Co. (dealer in cutting tools and abrasives) booth at the East Side Business Men's Festival.
Description: Mr. Sutton and Fay directing a scene for the movie "American Girl". Three people are standing in front of an automobile parked next to an airplane at Pennc...
Description: Wally Horvatich (#18) of Northwestern drives against Wisconsin players Don Rehfeldt (#23), Fred Schneider (#40), and Don Page (#20) during the Big Ten bask...
Description: Group portrait of Eugene E. Brossard, and two unidentified young couples. Mr. Brossard was well-known as the reviser of Wisconsin statues.
Description: Milwaukee Braves scouts and Wisconsin baseball coaches meet for dinner at the Simon House. First row, left to right: Bill Adair, Ernie Rudolph, and Wid Mat...
Description: Record setting woman bowler, Nora Kay, standing next to Brunswick Balke Collender Co. chalk and towel stand at Madison Bowling and Billiard, 112 N. Fairchi...
Description: Rt. Rev. Msgr. E.C. O'Reilly, retired pastor of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Baraboo, is shown boarding a airliner at Madison Municipal Airport with his s...
Description: Billy Wiedenbeck pushing Wally Britton into the water from a swimming platform.
Description: Baker holding a loaf of Gardner's Double Duty bread with shelves of bread in the background. The baker is wearing Else Russell's Best Flour apron.
Description: East High School girls glee club, 2222 East Washington Avenue.
Description: Portrait of Leroy Luberg who, while on leave from his West Junior High school principal job, served in WW II as a civilian employee of the Office of Strate...
Description: Gardener Bakery industrial league championship baseball team, winners of first and second half titles, in uniforms. Pictured with team are Dave Schmitz, co...
Description: Women take part in a Zor Shrine coffee hour held for wives of members. Standing, left, Flora Millichip, Kansas City, KS. Seated left to right: Mae Rowley,...
Description: Overhead view of bar and crowd in Fauerbach Brewing Co. tavern at 651 Williamson Street, celebrating the end of Prohibition.
Description: Seated at the dinner table during the West Side Garden Club dinner-dance are, from left to right, Norma Neiland and Alice Wood. Standing are their husbands...
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Description: Pierre Sidell poses in a ballet dancing costume and pointe shoes, standing en pointe. The photograph is inscribed, "To my Teacher Leo Kehl. Pierre Sidell".
Description: The home of Ruth B. Glassow, a professor of physical education for women at the University of Wisconsin. The building was originally a barn on the estate o...
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