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Description: Young woman sitting at a typewriter, presumably a staff employee, in the office of the Indiana Liberty Mutual Insurance Company.
Description: Display of some of the 5,000 entries that came into the "Capital Times" office for the first "Cut Out Puzzle" contest of the "Boots" character from the "Bo...
Description: Group portrait of the officials for the 1949 Soap Box Derby. Left to right, seated: Sgt. Ed Roman, of the Marine recruiting station; Ralph Hult, president...
Description: Madison City Manager Leonard G. Howell signing a proclamation designating Nov. 7-13 as Optimist Week in Madison. Looking on, left to right, are Charles Tho...
Description: Curlee Seals, Jr. discussing plans for his 1949 Soap Box Derby racer with three members of the Madison Junior Chamber of Commerce, Curlee's sponsor for the...
Description: Portrait of Julius Kelly, newly elected County Treasurer by the Dane County Board.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: A teenager sitting on a bed talking on the telephone.
Description: Women switchboard operators, wearing head sets with microphones at the Wisconsin Telephone Company, located at 17 S. Fairchild Street. There are rotary dir...
Description: Democratic leadership on the Wisconsin Assembly floor: left to right: Robert T. Huber, minority leader; David R. Obey, assistant minority leader, and Norma...
Description: The WIBA automatic telephone system which will give latest baseball scores is tested on first day of operation. Shown testing the phones are Norman Hahn, W...
Description: Methodist bishop, H. Clifford Northcott, seated at a desk.
Description: A view through a curtained doorway into the Middleton family dining room at 22 East Mifflin Street. A decorative bowl and china coffee set are on the table...
Description: The U.S. airmail radio operator at Royal Airport in Madison. During the 1920s Madison had two airports: the Madison Airport (aka the North Street Airport)...
Description: Man (Ellis H. Dana?) seated at desk and dictating into a machine, in Wisconsin Council of Churches office, Room 353, Washington Building, 119 East Washingt...
Description: Elevated view of part of the City Room with staff, "Wisconsin State Journal".
Description: Mrs. Joseph (Betty Pruett) Farrington, former police reporter, recalls work days with Russell B. Pyre, current reporter. She was a police reporter from 191...
Description: Secretary uses the telephone at the Groves School for Secretaries, with notepad, telephone and intercom. Classroom appears beyond the window.
Description: National telephone strike, showing one operator in the left half of east switchboard room of Wisconsin Telephone Company, 16 South Carroll Street.
Description: Jesse Smith is on the job as desk sergeant at the Madison Police Department.
Description: Women work in the packaging and shipping department of the Floralo Incense Company, located at 1212 Regent Street.
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