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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: 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.
Description: Philip and Kathleen Rosenthal's salmon-red house in Shorewood Hills, designed by Milwaukee architect Alvin Jansama and built in the late 1940's, is on two...
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: 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.
Date: date unknown
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...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Partially erected trusses for the roof of the First Unitarian Society Meeting House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
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: Philip and Kathleen Rosenthal's salmon-red house in Shorewood Hills at 3668 Lake Mendota Drive, designed by Milwaukee architect Alvin Jansama and built in...
Description: The "Old South" came to life as the Shorewood Hills Community League presented its minstrel show to Shorewood Hills residents and guests. Playing the roles...
Description: A Shorewood schoolgirl puts on her coat following dancing class.
Description: Frank Lloyd Wright visited the First Unitarian Society Meeting House, a building he designed, to be filmed by the Omnibus television program. In addition t...
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: John Curtis asks Patty Parsons to dance with him at a Shorewood School dancing class.
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: Five new Shorewood Hills residents at a welcoming event at Blackhawk Country Club. Left to right: Jeanetta Williams, Shirley Garfoot, Patricia Schirle, Mr...
Description: Portrait of Chester Bible, secretary-treasurer of the recently organized Shorewood Corners Association. He is the owner of Madison Mobile Homes, 3031 Unive...
Description: Mrs. George (Frances) Burrell, 1509 Wood Lane, at left, and Mrs. Charles L. (Myrtle) Fluke, 3003 Harvard Drive, at right, inspecting a map of the village o...
Description: Tommy Gately enjoys a drink of water after a round of golf at the first junior day at the Blackhawk Country Club.
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...
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