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Big Nine Track Meet

Date: 1948-05-28 

Description: Preliminary hurdle race at the Big Nine Track Meet in Camp Randall Stadium. A crowd watches from the stands.

Date: 1946-06-05 

Description: Two painters, shown on a Company scaffold from Safway Steel Scaffolds, at Villa Maria, 615 Howard Place. Safway Steel Scaffolds Company, offices at 940 Wil...

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Golden Agers

Date: 1957-01-08 

Description: Jacob Isaacs, Albert Dizon, and Jacob Miller (left to right) enjoy dessert at the monthly afternoon party put on by the Council of Jewish Women at the Cong...

Date: 1948-11-08 

Description: Madison City Manager Leonard G. Howell signing a proclamation designating Nov. 7-13 as Optimist Week in Madison. Looking on, left to right, are Charles Tho...

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Sid Holding a Trout

Date:  date unknown

Description: Portrait of Sid standing and holding up a trout in his hands. Both Sid and the trout have an unlit cigar in their mouths. Sid's nails are stained, probably...

Date: 1931-06-12 

Description: Governor Philip F. La Follette handing pen to Assemblyman Schmiege after signing old age pension bill

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Paul Bunyan Effigy

Date: 1935-11-05 

Description: A Paul Bunyan figure used to celebrate University of Wisconsin Homecoming, was placed on the lawn in front of Bascom Hall. Two athletes stand beside the fi...

Date: 1948-05-27 

Description: Freddy Fleury, 14, of 210 N. Paterson Street, talks over plans for his 1948 Soap Box Derby racer with Master Sgt. Wilfred W. Wall at the U.S. Army & Air Fo...

Date: 1951-01-01 ca.

Description: Newly inaugurated Governor Walter J. Kohler, Jr. sits at his desk in the Governor's office. Behind him are several bouquets of flowers and a Wisconsin flag...

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Open Casket

Date: 1870 ca.

Description: Open casket of a young bearded and moustached man outdoors. There is a canvas covering used as a backdrop.

Date: 1948-11-11 

Description: Color bearers from the National Guard, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the two American Legion posts, the Spanish-American War veterans, their auxiliaries, a...

Date: 1946-06-05 

Description: "Art" Schiller, employee of the Fred L. Statz Paint Company, 123 West Main Street, demonstrating the mechanical operation of a floor sander machine to a pr...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of four young people. From left to right: Teresa Kalscheur Endres, Frank Kalscheur, Julia Kalscheur, and Ter...

Date: 1945-07-24 

Description: Group portrait of students seated on the front lawn next to the street. The Abraham Lincoln School for Social Science, Chicago, Illinois, sponsored a Summe...

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Dr. Leon Cole

Date: 1947-05-24 

Description: Portrait of Dr. Leon Cole with an open book, pioneer geneticist at the University of Wisconsin. Cole worked with animal and crop sciences prior to his rece...

Date: 1935-11-19 

Description: Kennedy-Mansfield Dairy truck parked in front of the Kennedy-Mansfield Dairy building, located at 621-629 West Washington Avenue. A man in a suit stands be...

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Portrait of Two Men

Date:  date unknown

Description: Formal full-length portrait of two men dressed in suits and hats. One man, wearing a necktie, is seated in a chair, and the other man, wearing a bow tie, i...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Man holding a wooden barrel next to a truck modified by the Ideal Body Company parked on the street in front of the Ideal Body Company building on Park Str...

Date: 1951-01-01 ca.

Description: Walter J. Kohler, Jr. sits on an oversized sofa in the Governor's office prior to his inauguration ceremony. With him are Wisconsin's other constitutional...

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New Police Car

Date: 1949-05-06 

Description: Madison Police Chief Bruce Weatherly, left and Inspector Phillip Oakey, right, inspect one of the city's fifteen new police cars.

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