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Description: Roger Gabbei, age 12, competed in the Madison soap box derby held on Gorham Street. He carried a spare wheel in case of a crackup. Roger won the class B ti...
Description: Fred Raemisch, 16, of 2234 E. Johnson Street, sitting in his championship soap box derby car, #41. This was the first official soap box derby held in Madis...
Description: Rear view of three soap box derby racers whizzing down West Wilson Street.
Description: Children in swimming suits playing in a miniature lake created by heavy rains in the area of Fox and Prospect Avenues.
Description: Roundy Coughlin handing Madison soap box derby champion Ken Johnson, age 15, the M.E. Coyle trophy while the crowd applauds in the background.
Description: One of thirty two negatives of individual University of Wisconsin football players on the 1952 squad.
Description: Lifeguard Tom Langlois in a rowboat is issuing a warning to James Bergman who is swimming outside the ropes that delineate the safe swimming area.
Description: East High School girls in gym suits exercising on a floor mat.
Description: The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile passes by spectators watching the Labor Day parade on Capitol Square. City Hall is visible in the background.
Description: Ten Central High School girls in gym suits sit on benches doing foot exercises.
Date: 1927 ca.
Description: Map reads: "Now You Can Visualize Madison". Includes indexes, with points marked 1-98 and a key. Text and illustrations on verso include hotels and seasona...
Description: This was Coach Ray Fisher's only appearance on Breese Stevens Field Saturday morning when his Michigan baseball team received its second straight setback a...
Description: Mary Pauck is the drum majorette in charge of leading the Westmorland parade on the Fourth of July. The parade ended at the shelter house where all the chi...
Description: John DeMerit receives a trophy from Sam Corona after being named Wisconsin's most valuable player. Other Badgers honored at the Kiwanis luncheon, shown lef...
Description: Continental Store grand opening sale, 6 North Street. Interior showing counters and merchandise, washing machines, bicycles, auto parts and cash register.
Description: West High School girls in gym suits exercising on floor mat and climbing up exercise bars.
Description: Maid Marion, played by Bonnie Burmeister, lures Friar Tuck, portrayed by Robert Becker, during a scene from the University of Wisconsin Men's Dolphin Club...
Description: Mayor George Foster throws out the first ball at the start of the Young Adult Club (YAC) League at the Lark Lanes.
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: The sun is setting in the distance with three small boats docked at the pier.
Description: Two of Wisconsin's athletic greats watch Saturday's football game together. Chris Steinmetz, left, is the "Father of Wisconsin Basketball," and Pat O'Dea w...
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