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Date: 1905 ca.
Description: A small boy holding binoculars is sitting on the edge of Umbrella Rock, with a river far below. Below him is a plaque commemorating the Battle of Wauhatchi...
Description: View across road of the Village Inn; featuring a "Hotel" sign, vines along the screened porch windows, and a fenced garden.
Description: Workers in the Sales Department of Winther Motor Company. Included are Mr. H.P. Lundskow, Mr. Harry Schneider and two female workers.
Description: Group of stylishly dressed girls from a Wisconsin high school posing outdoors.
Description: View of the Al. Ringling Theatre from across 4th Street. Neighboring businesses include Pointon Appliance, and an antique shop. Several cars are parked alo...
Description: The interior of the Truck Assembly Room at the Winther Motor and Truck Company factory.
Description: Portrait of the leaders of the annual Madison Sales Clinic held at the University of Wisconsin Memorial Union. Left to right are Fred B. Nicholson, preside...
Description: Elevated view over crowd towards speaker during Women's Auxiliary 5th annual pilgrimage to historic sites in Wisconsin. Over 200 members and guests made th...
Description: Newcomers to Madison are, from left to right: Mrs. Merrill R. (Lucy) Abbey, 2110 Fox Avenue; children Stuart ("Mickey") and Mary Ruth.
Description: Jack Barry, Bob Anderson, Clarence Rebenstorff, and Jack Koellen won the sprint medley event for Madison West.
Description: Dane County Democratic club luncheon hostesses: Mrs. Thomas E. Fairchild, Mrs. Horace Wilkie, Mrs. William Proxmire (Elsie Rockefeller, his first wife), Mr...
Description: A view down a street with stores and shops. The stores include: Koffee Kup Kafe, Hotel East, Boortz Garage, a hardware store, and the State & County Deposi...
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Man and boy, possibly father and son, ride on a large, flatbed horse-drawn wagon loaded with crates of produce. The wagon is on a street near a house and a...
Description: Two unidentified workers in an office at Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Description: An International Model 63 truck parked ouside the Watkins Beverage Company building. A sign on the truck reads, "Gold Springs Ginger Ale; Every Swallow Pur...
Description: Roy L. Matson, editor of the Wisconsin State Journal, boards a plane to start a 25,000-mile air tour of Europe and the Near East under the sponsorship of t...
Description: The Nation's First Watershed Project historical marker commemorates the large-scale soil and water conservation project that began in Coon Creek in 1933. S...
Description: Pictured are newcomers to Madison, Mrs. John W. (Evelyn) Brown, 2643 Van Hise Avenue, and her six-month-old son, John Christian.
Description: Warren Potter, holding a bucket, poses with his sheep and lambs. There is a road in the background and a farmstead on the other side of the road.
Description: Charles M. Mickelson loading an automatic washer with the companion dryer at the left at the Madison Home Appliance and Radio Show in the East High School...
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