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Historic Name: "TOWER OF MEMORIES"
Reference Number: 5593
Reference Number: 109407
Reference Number: 129574
Historic Name: Schroeder, Otto and Louise, House
Reference Number: 5597
Historic Name: Monona Professional Building
Reference Number: 140499
Description: Monona Village homemakers share their weekday coffee hour at the home of Mrs. Randall Wind. Mrs. Wind holds her daughter Lori, age 2. Guests are Mrs. John...
Description: More than 350 Little League baseball players are waiting in front of Monona Grove High School for the seven chartered buses which will take them to the Mil...
Description: Team photograph of the Monona Grove High School basketball team.
Description: Monona Grove High School students rehearse for the musical "Call Me Madam." Left to right are Bob Jaeger, Bill DuBois, and Don Harvey.
Description: Monona Grove High School football coach John Klement is pictured with returning lettermen (from left) Dave Whitehorse, Ken Hask, and Bill Fischer.
Description: Exterior view of the Neil Young prefabricated house and garage located on Highway 12 and 18 near the Royal Airport. The building was furnished and install...
Description: This manuscript blueprint map covers property along Winnequah Road in area now part of Monona, Wisconsin. Lake Monona is labeled to the left and posts are...
Description: Group portrait of captains of major sports teams at Monona Grove High School during the annual sports banquet. Left to right are Don Thompson, basketball;...
Description: Monona Marshal Rollin Boden, directing traffic.
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hein celebrated their 40th wedding on July 18th with an open house at their home, 4420 Oak Court.
Description: Kitchen and living room of a GBH-Way prefabricated house The building was furnished and installed by Klinke's Hatchery as part of an effort to relieve the...
Description: Harp & Kettle Cheese House drive-in restaurant and store, 310 E. Broadway, includes two cars in parking lot.
Description: The Reverend Benjamin W. Saunders (left), Episcopal director of the DeKoven foundation of Racine, stands beside a marble marker monument inscribed with the...
Description: Children who are part of the Healy Lane play group entertain themselves at the Wind home at 5410 Healy Lane in Monona. They are, from left to right, Randi...
Reference Number: 5594
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