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Description: Mr. William Kaeser stands in front of a large fireplace at his home at 3467 Circle Close, one of the houses on the League of Women Voters' House Tour. Mrs....
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...
Description: Interior view of the living room at the John and Lulu Malin house, located at 3212 Topping Road in Shorewood Hills. The room is furnished with a sofa, upho...
Description: Portrait of Harriett Narowetz, who presides over women's activities at the Blackhawk Country Club. She is a mother of two small sons and has also served as...
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: Iola Kreamer, 306 East Sunset Court, Shorewood Hills, displaying a sample of her Christmas baking, including cookies, candies, and fruit cakes.
Description: Portrait of three of the leaders in the 12th annual Madison city golf tournament at Blackhawk Country Club. Left to right are Bob Van Etten of Blackhawk, H...
Description: Shorewood Hills music students posed with their string instruments at a Christmas caroling party in the home of Mrs. Keys (Freda) Winterble, 901 University...
Description: Mrs. David E. (Doris) Green and her two daughters, who have just moved into their new home at 1525 Sumac Drive, are shown being visited by Mrs. John (Nell)...
Description: One of the youngest to participate in the first junior day at Blackhawk Country Club was John Mack, shown practicing his swing.
Description: Mrs. J. Riley (Anne) Best, Eagle Heights apartments, reading a book to her two children, Sally 6, and Steven, 4. The family is new to the area, having move...
Description: Portrait of fifteen year old Jeanne Glaub of Wauwatosa, third place winner in the Wisconsin Women's Golf Association junior championship tournament played...
Description: Three girls stopped at the soda vending machine during the first junior day at Blackhawk Country Club. Left to right are Connie Zeitner, Betty Blue, and Ba...
Description: Eight young people from Shorewood Hills take a break from planning their dance, called "Watermelon Weather." From left are Ray White, Janet Chlanda, Nancy...
Description: Mrs. Lester W. (Dorothy) Paul, 3220 Topping Road, at left, and Mrs. Lloyd W. (Mildred) Coleman, 1123 Oak Way, at right, perusing the birth column in the
Description: Firemen add a little horseplay to their water fight competition.
Description: Mrs. Butts pulls curtain in the Porter Butts house at 2900 Hunter Hill in Shorewood Hills, one of the first "modern" houses in the Madison area in 1937.
Description: Mrs. Edward Pier (Helen) Roemer and Dr. Roemer's twin sisters, Caroline and Kate, freshmen at the University of Wisconsin, live in Shorewood Hills. Dr. Roe...
Description: Walter Meanwell and his date, Mary Ann Pohle, playing gin rummy on a date. They both live in Shorewood Hills and attend Wisconsin High School.
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Description: Pencil sketch of an elevation and the site plan, drawn by Frank Lloyd Wright, of the First Unitarian Society Meeting House sign.
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