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Date: 1946-06 

Description: View of the 3500 block of University Avenue, site of the Coca-Cola Bottling plant. There are trees along the road and names on mailboxes of "Middleton" and...

Date: 1950-08-05 

Description: Children participate in a puppet show as part of the "open house" of the Shorewood Hills summer children's recreational program.

Photograph

Porter Butts House

Date: 1950-05-29 

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.

Date: 1950-05-30 

Description: Patty Ann Geaney, 21-month-old daughter of Captain and Mrs. Edward J. Geaney, residents of Eagle Heights, University of Wisconsin Houses, watches older chi...

Date: 1954-05-04 

Description: Group portrait of the new officers of the Shorewood Hills Community League. They are, from left: Mrs. Lee Baron, president; Mrs. Leslie Holt, treasurer; Mr...

Date: 1953-07-24 

Description: Blackhawk Country Club golf pro, Kully Schlicht, teaches golf club handling to twelve children from member-families. The background shows the fairway, tree...

Date: 1930-09-19 

Description: Blackhawk Country Club, located at 3606 Blackhawk Drive.

Date: 1960-02-23 

Description: Once a year, members of the Shorewood Hills village board and members of the Blackhawk Country Club board of directors get together for a social evening to...

Date: 1932-07-06 

Description: Blackhawk Country Club dress up day for women titled "Children's Day." Women dressed in children's costumes eating ice cream cones.

Date: 1949-07-26 

Description: Jeanne Flad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. (Nell) Flad, Shorewood Hills, holds an armful of gladioli similar to the ones that will be displayed in the e...

Date: 1949-01-04 

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...

Date: 1950-10-20 

Description: Participants in a skit called "Shorewood Goes to Town" depict a scene on a crowded Shorewood Hills bus at the Shorewood Community League "Shindig" event. ...

Date: 1950-06-04 

Description: Seven children in costume who participated in one of the most colorful 4th of July parades in village history pose for a portrait on a lawn.

Photograph

Children and Dogs

Date: 1944-12-01 

Description: Group portrait of the two children of Dr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Antonius, Shorewood Hills, from left: Jeffrey Bird Antonius, 4; and Leslie Jean, 10 months; s...

Date: 1971-03-07 

Description: Exterior view of a house, named "Ode to an Oak Leaf" by its architect James Dresser, and built in 1950 in the style of Frank Lloyd Wright (Dresser was a pu...

Date: 1957-05-01 

Description: "Blase beyond words were these three Shorewood women who came to the party in the abbreviated, waist-less, low-necked frocks characteristic of the 1920s."...

Date: 1951-10-26 

Description: The "Old South" came to life as the Shorewood Hills Community League presented its minstrel show to Shorewood Hills residents and guests. Seated at the pia...

Date: 1950-10-20 

Description: Magician Jack Hurlbut, right, pulls a skunk out of a hat in front of Charles Copp, master of ceremonies at the Shorewood Community League's "Shindig" party...

Date: 1974-02-03 

Description: A vine-covered stone house, 3400 Tallyho Lane, built by Joseph Statz about 1855. Later owned by builder David Stephens and then by Forest & Leonore Middle...

Date: 1957-07-26 

Description: Checking score cards for the second round of the monthly inter-club play at Blackhawk Country Club are Dora Hamilton of Nakoma, Mary Brandel of Maple Bluff...

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