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Description: View of the skyline of Madison from across Lake Monona at the Kilowatt clubhouse 5311 Tonyawatha Trail.
Description: Four of the organizers of the Madison Service Clubs Olympics point their golf clubs high toward a record turnout for the 1962 event at the Monona Municipal...
Description: Two men stand with shovels outside the Kilowatt clubhouse, 5311 Tonyawatha Trail, on Lake Monona. It became the home of Fred Rasmussen.
Description: A woman decorates a modern dining-room. At right is a large movable wardrobe that the home owner may use as an adjustable room divider as the family needs...
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...
Reference Number: 129574
Description: View of the kitchen in the Ruland Goff home at 5703 Midmoor Road. A sloping ceiling created a feeling of spaciousness and a skylight effect is created by w...
Description: Two men standing in front of the Kilowatt Clubhouse, 5311 Tonyawatha Trail, Monona, on the shore of Lake Monona. It became the home of Fred Rasmussen.
Description: Jessie Briese, seated, pours tea for (left to right) Lillian Dean, Mrs. John Westmont, and Agnes Dreher. The tea and jelly mart was held at the home of For...
Description: Group portrait of 13 basketball players, a team manager, and the coach, Frank Hlavac.
Description: Pictured at the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Kroger Company's new store at 4100 Monona Drive are, left to right, L. P. Martin, Kroger Co. vice-president;...
Description: Postmaster John Whitmore, left, chats with Monona residents in the village's new post office in a remodeled building across from Monona Grove high school.
Description: Portrait of Mrs. Richard W. (Elizabeth) Bardwell Jr. and her three children. Left to right: Steven, 18 months; Norda Elizabeth, 3 months, and Richard III,...
Description: Women in a neighborhood near Dean Avenue are studying sign language so that more deaf women can join their homemakers' club. Mrs. Robert Ilten is greeted i...
Historic Name: FRANK ALLIS HOUSE
Reference Number: 5588
Description: Walter Simon holds his shot gun to show its wooden parts that he crafted himself. According to his obituary, published on October 18, 1964, he was the Dir...
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: Group portrait of Boy Scouts, Troop #24, Explorer Post from Nichols School, at Four Lakes Council Camporee in Olin Park with Lake Monona in the background.
Description: Members of the arts study group of the Monona American Association of University Women have undertaken the framing of pictures to be rented to the public t...
Description: Residence in Belle Isle on Lake Monona in Squaw Bay, off Winnequah Road. The building is no longer standing.
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