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Description: Lewis Arms poses next to his 1932 Chrysler automobile, probably on Milton Street.
Description: Originally the Evangelical Association's Immanuel Church, 106 North Hamilton Street, which was converted into a waiting room for the Jackson Clinic shown t...
Description: Forty fraternity men of Chi Phi serenade outside the sorority house of Alpha Phi.
Description: Three young men try an MG for size at the Madison Sports Car club "rallye." They include, from left, Tom Wengel, Dennis Gunderson, and Donn Gurney.
Description: View across lawn of the University of Wisconsin Armory building (Red Gym). A man is sitting on a railing in front of the gym entrance door. Another man is...
Description: Man standing next to new fan at Lawrence Lunch, 662-664 State Street.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: An open streetcar labeled Fair Oaks sitting near Forest Hills Cemetery, which was then the end of the line. The motorman has been identified as Jack Schwen...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Madison old Central Fire Station (1881-1904), 10 South Webster St. Three men driving horse-drawn ladder trucks in front of Madison Fire Station, 10 S. Webs...
Description: Milwaukee Road Service Club officers greeting superintendent at party given at Nakoma Country Club, with Milwaukee Road Service Club sign and banner and Va...
Description: Marshall Straus, (right) being presented with a brand new Kaiser automobile that he received as part of his $13,500 worth of prizes he won from the "Stop T...
Description: Harry Stuhldreher, University of Wisconsin-Madison head football coach, sitting in new Ford car in front of UW YMCA building, 740 Langdon Street.
Description: Kayer Motors mechanic working on servicing a truck. Kayser Motors is located at 701 East Washington Avenue.
Description: Ku Klux Klan (KKK) wearing conic masks and white robes parading down King Street to Schroeder Funeral Home for the funeral of Police officer Herbert Dreger...
Description: Youngsters from the Lakewood and Waunakee grade schools shown with the "Train of Tomorrow" at the North Western depot. The train was built for General Moto...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: The repair shop of the Madison Traction Company on Fair Oaks Avenue, with five streetcars and a team of horses in the foreground.
Description: Frank Brothers grocery store, 609-613 University Avenue, and two workers stocking the window display with Seald Sweet oranges in neatly arranged pyramids.
Description: Accident scene between truck driven by Clyde Holmes and Donald Marking, age eight, who was struck and killed while sledding. View shows the alley between 1...
Description: Steven O. Kimbrough outside the Rennebohm Drug Store No. 20, 6725 Odana Road, with the Beltline in the distance. In 1970 Kimbrough and photographer Chuck P...
Description: Rudy Vallee with eleven members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity wearing hats and coats posed in front of Chicago and Northwestern railroad passenger car....
Description: Scaffolding rises up the walls of the University Avenue National Bank, 905 University Avenue, with an unusual traffic signal in the intersection.
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