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Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Clara Middleton sits with a dog and rabbit on her lap in what may be a self-portrait. There is a daybed and treadle sewing machine in the background.
Description: Mrs. Wilfred J. (Ruth) Harris, Lake Mendota Drive, is shown weaving a purse on a small loom.
Date: 1951-01-01 ca.
Description: Newly inaugurated Governor Walter J. Kohler, Jr. sits at his desk in the Governor's office. Several bouquets of flowers and a Wisconsin flag can be seen.
Description: Mrs. Butts pulls curtain in the Porter Butts house at 2900 Hunter Hill in Shorewood Hills, one of the first "modern" houses in the Madison area in 1937.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Clara Middleton lies on a love seat with her feet supported on a folding rocking chair.
Date: date unknown
Description: Four young men pose in front of a painted backdrop with their heads together for a group studio portrait.
Description: Charlotte Kohler, the governor's wife, examines several works of art which she has chosen to rent for display in the Governor's Residence from the Madison...
Description: James F. O'Neil, center, pictured with Governor Oscar Rennebohm, left, and Herman C. Runge, department commander. O'Neal was the top speaker, Rennebohm was...
Description: U.S. Forest Products engineer, George W. Trayer, in the laboratory with a plywood panel, newly developed to provide strength and durability in construction...
Description: Mrs. Joseph W. (Frances) Vilas, Maple Bluff, is shown working on a figurine, with a background of other pottery pieces she has made.
Description: Julian Swan at work with a linotype machine.
Description: Madison television personality Howie Olson (right) with Cowboy Eddie and his friend magician Ben Bergor.
Description: Participants in a large-scale hearing clinic held at Washington School in Madison and sponsored by the University of Wisconsin departments of speech and ed...
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of woman posing with her violin and bow. She wears a large white bow in her hair.
Description: Masonic group making plans for the 97th annual state-wide conclave. Left to right: Orrin St.Clair, A.W. Heisig, E.C. Jamison, Floyd McBurney and Ida Heisig...
Description: Group portrait of eight Wisconsin State Capitol scrubwomen. Left to right: Mrs. Mary DeRenzo, Mrs. Elizabeth Weddig, Miss Mary McCloskey, Mrs. Ingeborg Si...
Description: Speakers at the convention of the Wisconsin Congress of Parents and Teachers are: Dr. Eugenia Cameron, 3507 Sunset Drive, chairman of the mental hygiene co...
Description: Three rural Wisconsin women meet the governor's wife, Mary Rennebohm, at a reception given by the University president and his wife for the University of W...
Description: Full-length studio portrait of Max Esser and Robert Petersile in front of a painted backdrop. One man is seated and the other is standing on the right. The...
Description: Sixth graders at Longfellow School presenting the children's story, "The Emperor's New Clothes." On stage, left to right, are James Christensen, Floyd Di M...
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