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Description: Musical entertainment at the Blackhawk Country Club Gay 90's party. Helen Nichols is accompanying a trio on the piano. Singers are, left to right: Dr. L....
Description: Long before Governor Earl conceded the race, some backers celebrated at his campaign party in Madison.
Description: Stanley and Florence Herrling posing on a bicycle built for four at the Blackhawk Country Club Gay 90's party.
Description: Hill's Department Store, 202 State Street, sewing display window including three female mannequins, fabric, dress patterns, and two signs stating "You Save...
Description: Lewis Arms poses outdoors with his wife, Elinora, and son, Lewis Arms, Jr.
Description: A couple in costume at the Blackhawk Country Club Gay 90's party. Ralph T. Peterson is serving his wife, Charlotte, a typical 90's meal.
Description: Hill's Department Store, 202 State Street, display window featuring Warner Corsets, including a female mannequin wearing a corset and robe, and signs sayin...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Exterior of Administration building at Park and State Streets. Three men wearing hats are standing near the sidewalk.
Description: Dancers in three German folk dances given by the the Badgerettes unit include, left to right, Caroline Doersch, Mrs. Dean Hoppmann, Marlene Smedema, and Ar...
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Samuel Hale. He was born in Oneida County, New York on September 13, 1800. He came to Wisconsin in May 26, 1836, and resi...
Description: Five women in fancy attire pose together at a table at a Who's New Club event. Four of the women wear leaf-shaped name tags.
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Charles G. Rodolph. He was born in Switzerland on November 15, 1818, and came to the Wisconsin Territory in May of 1834. He...
Description: Betty Ann and Arthur G. Field on a sled in the snow with their mother Elizabeth Field kneeling next to them near a stone wall. The family lives at 333 Nor...
Description: By 1934 the Dane County Highway Police staff had increased to four officers, was boosted to nine in 1937, and in three years to fifteen. The officers shown...
Description: Lewis Arms, Jr. (left, in a fur hat) poses in front of a Pontiac automobile with his arm around his younger brother Craig Arms. They are on Beld Street.
Description: Waist-up oval portrait Adeline Irwin (Mrs. William S.) Strong was the daughter of Robert Irwin. Her first husband, David Blish, died in the 1847 fire on th...
Description: Nagle-Hart Tractor Company, 212 South Thornton Avenue, interior view showing repair department with men working on Caterpillar and Case equipment.
Date: 1960 ca.
Description: Colorful locomotive pulling several cars full of children at the Vilas Park Zoo (Henry Vilas Zoo). Although referred to as the "Kiddie Train," the caption...
Description: Romance Koopman and her son, Bobby Koopman. She did freelance writing and radio scripts, and was a winner of five national awards for writing. Her mother w...
Description: Pictured are Miss Emily P. Dodge, at left, and Mrs. Edwin B. (Elizabeth Anne) Logan, at right, both attorneys at Farmers' Mutual Automobile Insurance Compa...
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