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Description: Interior of the Italian Village Restaurant, 651 State Street, Joseph Troia, proprietor, "Madison's smartest, most unique, most elaborate restaurant, Duncan...
Description: An interior view of the central staircase of the residence at 524 North Henry Street.
Description: Stanley and Nora Mockrud and their eight children sit in a front pew at Bethel Lutheran Church, 312 Wisconsin Avenue. The children (left to right) are: Nol...
Description: Robert "Bobby" Hines, a freshman at the University of Wisconsin from Kenosha, is hoping for a place on the varsity boxing team at 178 pounds or as a heavyw...
Description: Two members of the Scouting committee are presented with emergency service emblems while on duty at the Soap Box Derby; left to right: F. F. Malcomson, cor...
Description: Governor Rennebohm signing a bill with eight men witnessing.
Description: The S.S. Kresge Company building at 25-27 East Main Street. Several businesses, including Rowley & Co., a general store, and S. Klauber dry goods, are in t...
Description: Senator Jess Miller auctioning a Collie puppy in front of a WIBA microphone in the Wisconsin State Capitol. Governor Goodland donated the proceeds of the s...
Description: Mrs. Elwood Tracy was guest of honor at a farewell coffee party after she retired from teaching at Shorewood Hills Schools after 31 years. The party was ar...
Description: A view of the front entrance of 524 North Henry Street.
Description: Pictured are some of the younger members of the Blackhawk Ski Club. Left to right, Mrs. Dick Jacobson, Whitewater; Dick Jacobson, Whitewater; Paul Jorgense...
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm seated at a desk at the Wisconsin State Capitol. An unidentified man is looking on.
Date: 1855 ca.
Description: Early view of the house built by Madison's first mayor, Jairus C. Fairchild, at 302 South Wisconsin Avenue (renamed Monona Avenue in 1877) at West Wilson S...
Description: Governor Rennebohm signing a bill with six men witnessing.
Description: Geraldine Sommer, foreground, and Frances Zeier, two operators in the Madison office who have been trained to operate transmitting machines for the new spe...
Description: Jody Kurilla and Paul Elvord, both paramedics with the City of Madison Fire Department, responding to a call at 1221 Williamson Street.
Description: Portrait of three players for the Madison Toories, a women's curling group, seated at a table. Left to right: Freida Waddell, Helen Carlson, and Myrtle Ja...
Date: date unknown
Description: View down bar towards two men pretending to cut the bar in half with a large saw. One of the men stands behind the bar on the left, and the other man stand...
Description: View of Lake Mendota Drive at the foot of Stevens Hill.
Description: Display of German "war junk," including fire arms and clothing, exhibited at the East Side Business Men's Festival. The souvenirs on display were collected...
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