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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: 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: Four Lakes Secretary's Association officers attend a holiday dinner party. The women include Caryl Oakey, secretary; Laura Weinand, treasurer; Irma Kopan,...
Description: Group portrait of twenty men who volunteered their time to help remodel a home at 1129 Mound Street into a new convent for the nuns of St. James' Parish.
Description: Castle & Doyle Rex Moto Mixer truck delivering ready mixed concrete in the alley behind Dean Clinic, 113-115 N. Carroll St., with five men looking on.
Description: Group portrait of members of Future Farmers of America, taken for Wisconsin State Department of Agriculture.
Description: Walt Kelly posing with a Pogo impersonator (left), Jo Ingelfield (center), who was selected to be Pogo's first lady if he successfully won his campaign for...
Description: A check in the amount of $238,500 for the purchase of the old United Community Chest headquarters at 14 West Johnson Street was presented to Chest official...
Description: Assembling educational materials for servicemen-students all over the world are the employees of the United States Armed Forces Institute (USAFI), headquar...
Description: Regina E. Groves (Mrs. Earl Barnhart) talking to a man seated across the table/desk from her at the Groves School for Secretaries, located at 502 State Str...
Description: Head and shoulders portrait of Russell Pyre.
Description: Pattie Neilson, recent art school graduate of the University of Wisconsin, and a fashion illustrator and copy writer for a Madison women's specialty shop,...
Description: Advertisement, which originally appeared in "The New Masses", June 26, 1945, and was reproduced in the "Wisconsin State Journal", for the Abraham Lincoln S...
Description: A magazine advertisement for Madison Kipp lubricators featuring a man operating a La Crosse Happy Farmer tractor with a three bottom plow.
Description: University of Wisconsin football player Gene Melvin weighs in at 163 pounds and is the lightest player on the 1956 team. At right is Wisconsin State Journa...
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm, seated, signs a proclamation that officially opens National Home Week in Wisconsin. With him at the signing, standing left to rig...
Description: Two active members of the Women's Architectural League are shown with their husbands. At left is Edythe Newcomb and Morton Newcomb. On the right is Suzann...
Description: Chef, Carson Gulley, standing behind a buffet table.
Description: Man with a shovel standing in a ditch in front of two graves discovered on Bascom Hill during preparation to place the Abraham Lincoln monument circle. The...
Description: Mrs. R.S. Briggs, postal clerk, with Christmas cards and packages.
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