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Description: Interior view of Consumers Fruit Market, 346 State, corner of State and Gorham.
Description: Three men stand behind a cake shaped like the White House, baked by the Strand Baking Company, 2007 Atwood Avenue, for the Roosevelt Birthday Ball.
Description: Florence and William "Bing" Crapser sitting beside their Christmas tree, 139 North Lake Street.
Description: Girls dressed like 11 "Alice in Wonderland" characters for the "Hollywood Revue" being produced by the Beth Jacob sisterhood.
Description: Disabled children in Hillington bus going to a free show at the Capitol Theater. Bus driver and another man standing beside the bus.
Description: The Commercial National Bank building, on the corner of State and Carroll Streets, housed the bank as well as Mrs. Brown's Beauty Shoppe and Wegener and Ro...
Description: Helen King, rear view, modeling a 1934 rubber bathing suit, made by U.S. Rubber Company.
Description: Samuel E. Clement Co. grocery store, 2910 Atwood Avenue, at the corner of Marquette and Atwood Avenue.
Description: Exterior of the Emporium Department Store at 15-17 North Pinckney Street, also showing Joe Tittle Meat Market, Rennebohm's drug store, and automobiles angl...
Description: Informal portrait of Jerome C. and May Holt seated in rockers in their living room at 1922 Madison Street.
Description: Interior view of the Legislative Reference Library.
Description: Seven coal delivery trucks and six drivers parked in front of eight different coal silos (Kathleen, Enos, St. David, Orient, Waukeegan, United, Pocahontas...
Description: Company truck for the Madison Rug Factory at 8 S. Livingston Street, with advertising for cleaning, resizing, remaking, weaving, and shampooing services.
Description: A small race car built by Samuel Olson at the Wisconsin Oil Burner factory, 1134 Regent Street is enjoyed by his sons, Donald Olson, seated, and Gordon at...
Description: Tuxedo-clad pianists sit at twin Baldwin grand pianos in a WIBA studio.
Description: Herman Straus and son standing in front of printing press at Straus Printing Co., 214 East Washington Avenue.
Description: Portrait of elderly Mrs. Hugh O'Neill, lying in bed after losing her life savings of $610, which had been in a bag pinned to her undergarments.
Description: Emporium Department Store, 15-17 N. Pinckney, also showing Rennebohm Drug Store #6 on the left and Joe Tittle and Sons Meats on the right. The building occ...
Description: Oscar Mayer Diamond trucks advertising "Meats of Good Taste."
Description: The Fauerbach Beer display at the Grocery Convention. The display consists of many bottles of beer, beer cases, die cut cardboard displays, cloth bunting a...
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