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Description: View of the skyline of Madison from across Lake Monona at the Kilowatt clubhouse 5311 Tonyawatha Trail.
Description: Two men stand with shovels outside the Kilowatt clubhouse, 5311 Tonyawatha Trail, on Lake Monona. It became the home of Fred Rasmussen.
Description: The Nichols School fifth grade class looks at a filmstrip created by Visual Education Consultants. The screen shows a picture of the scale model of the or...
Description: Members of the arts study group of the Monona American Association of University Women have undertaken the framing of pictures to be rented to the public t...
Description: Group portrait of 13 basketball players, a team manager, and the coach, Frank Hlavac.
Date: 1885 before
Description: View along shoreline towards Tonyawatha House and several outbuildings on Lake Monona. There is a long dock extending into the lake from a boathouse on the...
Description: Two men standing in front of the Kilowatt Clubhouse, 5311 Tonyawatha Trail, Monona, on the shore of Lake Monona. It became the home of Fred Rasmussen.
Description: Monona Marshal Rollin Boden, directing traffic.
Description: Women in a neighborhood near Dean Avenue study sign language so that more deaf women can join their homemakers' club. Mrs. Gordon Mather, left, gives the s...
Description: Monona Grove High School students rehearse for the musical "Call Me Madam." Left to right are Bob Jaeger, Bill DuBois, and Don Harvey.
Description: Pictured at the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Kroger Company's new store at 4100 Monona Drive are, left to right, L. P. Martin, Kroger Co. vice-president;...
Description: Three editors of the first year of the Monona Grove High School bi-monthly Eagle Post newspaper pose around a typewriter. They include Clare Sampley, Ruth...
Description: Exterior view of a large service station with three groups of gasoline pumps in front, located at 2629 West Broadway in Monona. The building has a sales ro...
Description: Interior view of the David & Florence Bade residence at 5701 Winnequah Road in Frost Woods, Monona. The photograph shows Jimmy's (age 8) bedroom, including...
Description: Students Pat Byrne and Carolyn Wurz rehearse for the Monona Grove High School production of the comedy "Call Me Madam."
Description: Portrait of six Monona Village youngsters who held a circus to raise money for the American Red Cross. In front are Darryl Hoffer (with "Bullet" the dog) a...
Description: Jose Maria de Azcoitia of Barcelona, Spain (right) is shown with his host family at 6007 Winnequah Road. The host family consists of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Str...
Description: A woman decorates a modern dining-room. At right is a large movable wardrobe that the home owner may use as an adjustable room divider as the family needs...
Description: Portrait of Mrs. Richard W. (Elizabeth) Bardwell Jr. and her three children. Left to right: Steven, 18 months; Norda Elizabeth, 3 months, and Richard III,...
Description: Beth Gehrke, R.N., Monona village's co-chairman for the Monona Grove Red Cross Bloodmobile, is shown holding and gazing upon two three month old babies. Th...
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