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Description: Ball Park-Cooper Glass basketball team that won the championship of the Madison basketball tournament. In the back row, left to right, are Ed Withers, Norm...
Description: Peter Storch, engineer at Ann Emery hall, and his children are shown at the Milwaukee Road depot where they met their son and brother, Alois Storch with hi...
Description: Slightly elevated view of a farmer harvesting grain with a McCormick Super WD-6 tractor and a No. 64 combine (harvester-thresher).
Description: Chet Huntley, manning a portable television unit, for coverage of 1956 political conventions.
Description: The Cuba Club men's basketball team that lost to the Ball Park-Cooper Glass team of Madison in the championship game of the Madison city basketball tournam...
Description: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy prepares to play a tape recording at a dinner honoring him. McCarthy said the tape caught Harry Bridges speaking about plotting...
Description: Anne and Carl Braden stand at the grave of her ancestor Ann Poague McGinty. McGinty was the first white woman to settle in Kentucky.
Description: Portrait of Walter A. Schultz, druggist at Lucky Pharmacy, 640 West Washington Avenue. Schultz is a UW School of Pharmacy graduate.
Description: Advertisement mock-up for TRIMAR Trichloroethylene, distributed by Ohio Chemical and Surgical Equipment Company of Madison.
Description: Exterior view of Joyce Smith Gaines' Drug Shop.
Description: The foundation stones from the hardwood lumber mill constructed by F. Weyerhaeuser in 1885 on the north shore of Bowker Lake.
Description: View of the Tank cottage. The cottage was built in 1776 by Joseph Roi, a fur trader, who lived in it until 1805 when it was purchased by Jacques Porlier. L...
Description: Two men simultaneously weld. According to an original Falk caption, "rough weight. 72000 pound est.-Unit was rough machine to with [sic]. 1/4 inch o...
Description: Frank Lloyd Wright posing on the cover of "Harvester World" magazine. Wright is sitting at a desk at Taliesin.
Description: Portrait of Robert Schacht and Richard R. Hetland, director and assistant director of the University of Wisconsin's Bureau of Information and program servi...
Date: 1956 ca.
Description: A map that identifies the trout lakes in Wisconsin and their proximity to cities. Text on the page of the map highlights the conservation actions taken by...
Description: Mrs. James B. (Anya) Castle, chair of the women's division of the Madison Heart Fund Drive, displays a fundraising poster.
Description: Jules S. Jacobs sits on a bed at the American Red Cross Regional Blood Center on East Washington Avenue after becoming the one thousandth donor at the new...
Description: Funds received from the sale of Easter seals each spring provide the taxi service necessary to tranport the handicapped members of the Happy Hours club to...
Description: Portrait of the bride at the wedding of Deborah Wells Jones and Malcolm Donaldson which took place at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Ft. Atkinson. Debora...
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