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Description: James L. Clarke, city health inspector, placing a warning sign on a fence at the Shorewood dump after workers distributed poison bread bait in the dump.
Description: One of the humorous skits at the Shorewood Hills League cabaret party depicting a masculine takeoff of a typical women's bridge foursome. Left to right: We...
Description: Shorewood Hills marshalls Lee Cripps and Frank Ashworth measuring skid marks at an accident scene.
Description: Fire chief at work. He is also a student earning his way through the University of Wisconsin.
Description: Interior view of the Auditorium of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed First Unitarian Society Meeting House. The Wright furniture has been arranged to illustr...
Description: Ira Maynard, golfer at Blackhawk Country Club.
Description: James Capacio and John H. Endres, assistant to L.B. Kelly of the Solvit Chemical Company, distributing poison bread at the Shorewood dump in a rat extermin...
Description: Group portrait of the Lakewood grade school football team and their coach following their loss to the Shorewood Hills grade school football team. Lakewood...
Description: Elevated view of a bicyclist dressed in light colored clothes biking over the Shorewood Hills rustic bridge. Another bicycle is parked against the railing...
Description: Group portrait of members of the Shorewood Hills grade school football team following their victory over the Lakewood grade school football team of Maple B...
Description: View looking towards A.G. Zimmerman driving a horseless carriage, or early automobile over a rustic bridge. The bridge has board flooring and railings made...
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Zimmerman in their locomobile steamer in 1902. Zimmerman purchased the car in 1901 and claimed it was the first permanent automobil...
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Description: Members of the Madison First Unitarian Society congregation sorting stones to be used in the construction of the Meeting House. The building was designed b...
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