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Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Floor plan for the second floor library and offices of the State Historical Society building designed by architects Ferry & Clas and constructed in 1900. F...
Description: Portrait of Marian Callaway, an office secretary at the Veterans Administration Hospital, and a bowler in the VA hospital League. Her 268 game was the high...
Description: William W. Cargill, President of Ray-O-Vac, and a Mr. Krug, watching company employees making electric batteries.
Date: date unknown
Description: A group of men pose at a construction site. Several men are sitting, leaning or standing on bags of cement or sand. A wheelbarrow can be seen on the right...
Description: Portrait of city streets department personnel Vincent Mongold (left), Gene Westbury, and Tony Cardarello Jr. The men helped set up the race track and stand...
Description: Retiring mail carrier, Mike Cawley, accepting an envelope containing a token of appreciation from Myrtle L. Hansen, clerk of circuit court at the Dane Coun...
Description: University of Wisconsin President Conrad A. Elvehjem (left), his wife, Constance, and Dr. and Mrs. W. P Hildebrand, Menasha, president of the State Medical...
Description: Portrait of Jean Behling, "Wisconsin State Journal" general assignment reporter and feature writer.
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: Larry Laverty of Mineral Point accepts a sports jacket as the prize for being the runner-up in Class B of the Madison Soap Box Derby. Presenting the jacket...
Description: Cement mixer and construction crew at a work site. Smoke pours from the exhaust pipe on top. Bags of material and other equipment can be seen on the left a...
Description: Shown are eight Madison area carrier boys for Madison Newspapers who won a trip to Milwaukee to see the Green Bay Packers-Detroit Lion professional footbal...
Date: 1945-01-29 ca.
Description: With a backdrop of celebrity portrait photographs and stacks of coins on his desk, Hugh Flannery, manager of the Orpheum Theatre, is receiving a $100 War B...
Description: The Capital Buick Co. machine shop, 750 E. Washington Avenue, with two mechanics repairing an automobile.
Description: Ira Cole, Gisholt employee for forty-six years, standing at his locker in his work clothes as he retires from work.
Description: Carl W. Regenberg, 1947 Community Chest chairman and salesman for Mautz Paint Company.
Description: A framed bust-length portrait of historian Frederick Jackson Turner painted by Charles Thwaites. It hangs in the gallery of the Pan-American Institute of G...
Description: Four Madison Newspapers, Inc., carrier salesmen (or newspaper home delivery boys) and district circulation manager, Clinton Vandall (right) are shown looki...
Description: Governor Walter Goodland, seated at his desk, talking with two Mexican men.
Description: A new, two-color, lithograph press, capable of running off over 7,000 impressions an hour with color perfectly registered, is examined by Walter Larson (le...
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