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Date: 1949-12-06 

Description: Mrs. Otto Koberle of Middleton stands next to her bookcase of dolls. Mrs. Koberle has collected between 200 and 300 dolls that fill the living room of her...

Date: 1952-11-30 

Description: Pictured are the women who will take part in the Madison Woman's Club one-act Christmas play "Good Will Toward Woman." This play is presented by the drama...

Date: 1948-11-29 

Description: Leaders of the American Dairy Association met at the Loraine Hotel. The ADA was organized in Madison in 1938. Margaret McGuire, Alice in Dairyland, is sh...

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Crime Re-enactment

Date: 1986-04-23 

Description: This image was captured during the re-enactment of a crime that took place at a convenience store on Tuesday, April 22nd, 1986. The killing of Andrew N. Ne...

Date: 1957-04-26 

Description: Members of the Zonta Club sponsored a community-wide dinner and educational program for Hear, Inc. at the Park Hotel. Left to right: Dr. H. Kent Tenney, pa...

Date: 1933-11-24 

Description: Lucille Bump, beauty operator applies a mudpack to the face of Cedric Parker, Capital Times newsman at Mrs. Wengel's Marinello Shop, 125 State Street.

Date: 1953-07-06 

Description: Three volunteers for the American Red Cross, Dane County branch, take a break at the snack bar. Shown left to right are Mrs. T.H. (Mary) Ellison, Mrs. B.L...

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Women in a Sand Pit

Date:  date unknown

Description: Florance Trask poses standing in a sand pit located near the intersection of Fish Hatchery Road and Park Street. Another woman, Grace, can be seen digging...

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Matrix Banquet

Date: 1954-03-08 

Description: Rebecca Barton (left), Gertrude Anderson, and Constance Elvehjem attend the annual Matrix Banquet at Memorial Union.

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Antique Dolls

Date: 1952-01-15 

Description: Mrs. Roman (Doris) Hilgers poses with some of her collection of dolls for which she has made fashion clothing over the past five years.

Date: 1933-11-24 

Description: Cedric Parker, Capital Times reporter, gets his hair curled with a permanent wave machine attached to his hair, at Mrs. Wengel's Marinello Shop, 125 State...

Date: 1885 

Description: A view of Bascom Hill including Bascom Hall, North Hall, Music Hall, Science Hall, South Hall, Washburn Observatory and Woodman Astronomical Library from t...

Date: 1956-09-19 

Description: Three officials of the Madison Council of Parents and Teachers at the annual school of instruction, left to right, include: Charles Esser, 321 North Brearl...

Date: 1952-02-22 

Description: Group portrait of the wedding party of Helen Aileen Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Thompson of Spooner and niece of Professor and Mrs. Rupert (...

Date: 1948-11-30 

Description: Fifteen University of Wisconsin students in the Community Leadership in Recreation curriculum are shown singing under the leadership of Emeritus Prof. E.B....

Date: 1957-07-01 

Description: Portrait of Martha Stolz and Gladys Murphy, two volunteer members of the Red Cross blood donor committee, who make calls to request blood donations.

Date:  date unknown

Description: A woman, Grace, smiles as she poses while standing in a sand pit near the intersection of Fish Hatchery Road and Park Street. A note on the back of the pho...

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Matrix Banquet

Date: 1954-03-09 

Description: Women attend the annual Matrix Banquet at University of Wisconsin, sponsored by the Theta Sigma Phi journalism sorority. They are, from left: Anne Guthrie,...

Date: 1947-11-20 

Description: Four members of Hadassah Women's Zionist Organization, conferring about the arrangements for the Midwest regional conference. From left are: Mrs. E.J.(Rose...

Date: 1933-11-24 

Description: Cedric Parker, Capital Times newsman, has Lucille Bump, beauty operator give him a Rudy Vallee fingerwave at Mrs. Wengel's Marinello Shop, 125 State Street...

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