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Date: 1948-10-07 

Description: Rep. Glenn Davis, Waukesha, left, gets a few tips from veteran campaigner California Governor Earl Warren during the governor's vice-presidential campaign...

Date: 1948-10-11 

Description: The Madison Community Chest campaign kick-off luncheon at Grace Episcopal Church. Shown at the speakers table, clockwise from the left are: F. Halsey Kraeg...

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Crater Players

Date: 1948-06-25 

Description: Crater Players on stage rehearsing for the play, "The Drunkard." Left to right are organizer Professor Ronald E. Mitchell, Olaf Ussing, Josephine Bomgardne...

Date: 1944-06-11 

Description: Mrs. Walter Goodland (wife of Governor Goodland), and John Steuart Curry standing in front of "Our Good Earth", by John Steuart Curry at a Memorial Union e...

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Depot and Train

Date:  date unknown

Description: View from a distance of the train depot. On the left a locomotive is parked along the train platform where a group of people are standing. In the center is...

Date: 1945-05-15 

Description: Governor Goodland signing a bill (probably, Ch 131, Laws of 1945 relaxing the state's food sanitation law and easing animal slaughter on family farms) with...

Date: 1940 ca.

Description: Summertime view of people at tables on University of Wisconsin-Madison Memorial Union terrace, looking out to canoes and sailboats on the lake. People wear...

Date: 1912 

Description: View down Main Street. On the left is a bowling alley/billiard parlor, a real estate/insurance business, and a livery/garage. On the next block is City Hal...

Date: 1948 ca.

Description: The ceremony marking the first Wisconsin Central Airlines flight at Madison. Margaret "Mickey" Morey, the wife of Howard Morey, is about to cut the ribbon....

Date: 1948-11-16 

Description: Seven members of the Madison CARE committee looking at a poster about CARE Week. Left to right are Rev. W.B. Waltmire, Madison Council of Churches; Rabbi...

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Off to the Trenches

Date: 1918-05-05 

Description: Send off for World War I recruits at the railroad station. The man leaning out of the train window is Ben Bergor, a professional magician and vaudeville pe...

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DDT Hearings

Date: 1969-05-14 

Description: Group of people seated around a large table discussing the use of DDT.
From left to right facing camera: Samuel Rotrosen, President of Montrose Chemical...

Date: 1947-09-11 

Description: Visiting Nurse Service volunteers, sponsored by Attic Angels, conduct a child health examination at Longfellow School. Rea Ragatz, center, is watching Dr....

Date: 1948-06-21 

Description: Group portrait of Wisconsin State Journal newspaper carriers and a few parents, taken outside the train station, who left Madison on the train for a...

Date: 1947-04-27 

Description: Margaret Hughey taking an individual audiometer test given by Roger Mass at the Sun Prairie High School. In the front row of students, listening in, are Ro...

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David and Joan Obey

Date:  date unknown

Description: A portrait of Assemblyman David Obey and his wife Joan in his office in the Wisconsin Capitol. Joan Obey was an important factor in Obey's political succes...

Date: 1947-06-23 

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...

Date: 1934-08-10 

Description: A large group of people stands around the covered body of H.C. Townley, Oregon school teacher, killed by a Milwaukee Road freight train, at the University...

Date: 1945-10-13 

Description: Ann Morris and James Fitzsimmons wedding party of seven bridesmaids and five groomsmen standing in front of the church altar of St. Andrews Episcopal Churc...

Date: 1945-08-02 

Description: Group of students on the lawn listening to a teacher. The Abraham Lincoln School for Social Science, Chicago, Illinois, sponsored a Summer Institute in Mad...

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