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Description: Howard Miner, disabled World War I veteran, receiving Forget-me-not flower from Florence Palz, ladies auxiliary chairman, marking the opening of the forget...
Description: Olin Park auditorium - Assembly Hall as viewed from the East (lake side), built for Monona Lake Assembly Chautauqua purposes in 1900. Designed by Morrison...
Description: Interior view of the Legislative Reference Library.
Description: Mr. Dallas Moser, vocational school instructor, points to a customer's hair while students from his barber class look on.
Description: A row of houses at 826, 830, 834 & 838 North Fair Oaks Avenue built by the Fitzpatrick Lumber Company in what was the Town of Blooming Grove, now near East...
Description: Interior of Harper Battery Service, located at 124 West Main Street. There is a man standing with his foot on the running board of an automobile, holding a...
Description: Elevated view of Montgomery Ward Co., first floor from the front, general merchandise, 102 N. Hamilton Street.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Aerial view of the Wisconsin State Capitol and the surrounding businesses.
Description: Exterior view of the Frautschi Furniture Store, located at 213-221 King Street.
Description: A new Chevrolet City Car Company cab owned by James and Grace Riddell with view of the 200 block of East Washington Avenue.
Description: Portrait of Margaret Phillips, secretary of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, seamstress, writer, and a Madison activist.
Description: Page from a scrapbook kept by Neighborhood House, with Kiwalan Camp Fire girls with preschoolers, posing at a Christmas celebration near a tree decorated w...
Description: Doorway and bed in room where murder, suicide occurred. Adele Burnton was murdered by Harold Kotvis, who then committed suicide. 521 North Henry Street. A...
Description: Elevated view of Montgomery Ward Co. at 102 North Hamilton Street, showing linen department.
Description: Children with Fred Winkelmann around the John L. Bourke drinking fountain, designed by Fred Winkelmann, Director of the Henry Vilas Zoo (Vilas Park Zoo). T...
Description: Panoramic elevated view to the northeast from the Capitol Square.
Description: Thirteen boys form a pyramid on the grounds at Nakoma School, 3872 Nakoma Road.
Description: First Congregational Church main sanctuary from the rear, 1609 University Avenue.
Description: Cases of cigarettes recovered from a robbery, were returned to the Simon Brothers Warehouse, 901 E. Washington Avenue.
Description: Lincoln Statue. The image of the statue has been cut-out onto a white background.
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