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Description: Exterior view of the Dudley and Davis house at 1124 Oak Way in Shorewood Hills.
Description: Thirteen students of the Shorewood Hills kindergarten class with their teacher posed in front of a train, constructed of paper and a large barrel, in the s...
Description: Frank Blau (left), a member of the city recreation department and secretary of the tournament committee, and Hazel and Harry Simonson are seated behind the...
Description: James L. Clarke (left) city health inspector, and Lewis B. Kelly (right) president of the Solvit Chemical Corp., are shown as they prepare to scatter the b...
Description: Two men are scattering barium carbonate rat poison in a city dump located at the end of Fern Drive off Highbury Road near University Avenue. The land was o...
Description: Participating in the Madison Woman's Club annual benefit party by sewing for the Russian War Relief are members of the Shorewood Hills League, left to righ...
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: Suzanne Siefert, 3-year-old daughter of Professor and Mrs. Lester W. Seifert, is shown in her costume made of pink crepe paper, which she wore at the Memor...
Description: Group portrait of the officers of the Shorewood Hills League elected at the annual spring party at the Blackhawk Country Club. Seated, left to right, are M...
Description: Dr. and Mrs. L. Riley McCormick, 2117 Monroe Street, in costume playing the piano at the Blackhawk Country Club 1920s costume party.
Description: Outdoor group portrait of the committee in charge of arrangements for the dance to be held at the Blackhawk Country club in Shorewood Hills for the senior...
Description: Portrait of Connie (seated) and Kathie Froker, twin daughters of Dean and Mrs. R. K. Froker of Shorewood Hills. He is the dean of the University of Wiscons...
Description: The "Old South" came to life as the Shorewood Hills Community League presented its minstrel show to Shorewood Hills residents and guests. The cast of a hum...
Description: Three women wait to tee off during the second round of the monthly inter-club play at the Blackhawk Country Club. From left are Katherine Mauer of Maple Bl...
Description: Frank Lloyd Wright in the Hearth Room of the First Unitarian Society Meeting House. Wright was there to give a speech to be aired later on the Omnibus tele...
Description: Teacher and three students in a classroom at Shorewood Hills School looking at a Weston Photonic Foot-candle Meter that measures light in the room.
Description: Interior view of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don J. (Jean) Voegeli at 2805 Oxford Place in Shorewood Hills. The spacious one-story home was designed around th...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the roof trusses during construction of the Unitarian Meeting House. The building was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Description: Maybelle Otterson demonstrates a Christmas custom as she hangs a front door decoration on her home at 209 North Blackhawk Avenue in Shorewood.
Description: Blackhawk Country Club, located at 3606 Blackhawk Drive.
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