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Description: Green Bay Packers quarterback Scott Hunter (#16) dodging traffic on his way to the practice field. A large group of fans wait along the fence on the other...
Description: Miss America, Margaret Ekdahl, models a Shirley Lea red dress and black vest at the Burdick & Murray Department Store.
Description: Meinhardt Raabe, dressed as Little Oscar, receiving the key to the city of Wisconsin Dells, while standing in front of the Wienermobile.
Description: Display window at J.C. Penney & Company, 17-19 East Main Street, featuring cowboy "Tom Mix, of Radio, Safety Rules to All Straight Shooters" for Wisconsin...
Description: Production still during the filming of "Citizen Kane." Orson Wells smokes a pipe and directs Dorothy Comingore (playing Susan Alexander Kane) from a wheel...
Description: Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru of India decends the stairs from an airplane at Truax Field. Nehru came to Madison to speak at
the University of...
Date: date unknown
Description: Portrait of Captain John Smith (1580-1631) of Jamestown.
Description: Alfred Lunt watching as farm workers pitch grain into a thresher on the Ten Chimneys farm. Two men at the end of a chute collect the separated grain in sac...
Description: Copy photograph of Actor Clyde Cook in costume, for the RKO Orpheum Theatre, with a signature that reads "Blosey, Chicago."
Description: Miss America, Margaret Ekdahl, models Peacock brand pumps (shoes) at the Burdick & Murray Department Store.
Description: Costume sketch of a black sleeveless top and white skirt with detailing and a large hat with black and white scarf created for Grace Kelly in "To Catch a T...
Description: Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru of India speaks to a crowd gathered at the UW Union Terrace from a Union Theater outdoor balcony.
Description: Lynn Fontanne, Sir Noel Coward, and Alfred Lunt seated at a table in the Pyrenees Restaurant after the Tony Awards presentations at which Lunt and Fontanne...
Description: Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne hold a basket of vegetables picked from their garden at Ten Chimneys.
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: Madison admirers gather around Charles Lindbergh upon his arrival in the city. This photograph is believed to have been taken in 1928 when Lindbergh return...
Description: A crowd of nearly 3,000 people gathers at the Capitol Square to hear Vice-President Richard Nixon speak. The vice-president is visible standing at a podium...
Date: 1975 ca.
Description: Bonnie Nelson (a.k.a. "Transtar Rose") singing country music with a band on a stage as part of her truck stop tour. The tour was sponsored by International...
Description: Portrait of Mary Ellen Jenks, the new Alice in Dairyland welcoming Elsie, the famed Borden Company cow to Madison. Elsie is wearing a heavily decorated lea...
Description: Miss America, Margaret Ekdahl, models a blue and rose Moire evening gown with a short white Dolman fur wrap, at the Burdick & Murray Department Store.
Description: Charles Goren, nationally known bridge expert, attended one of the topnotch bridge clubs in Madison at the home of Mrs. John Guy (Agatha) Fowlkes. From lef...
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