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Date: 1947-02-12 

Description: Because his birthday falls on the same date as Abraham Lincoln's, Chief Justice Marvin B. Bosenberry, honorary president for the Four Lakes Boy Scout Counc...

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Philharmonic Chorus

Date: 1958-02-22 

Description: Members of the Philharmonic Chorus hold a reception in Esther Hall of the YWCA. Left to right are Mrs. Ambrose Landmark, accompanist; Ruth Dickert, presid...

Date: 1959-01-21 

Description: Madison Rotary Club members honored 150 foreign students attending the University of Wisconsin at a "fiesta" at the University of Wisconsin Stock Pavilion....

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: Suzanne Boyce, Middlet...

Date: 1959-02-03 

Description: 420 men turned out for the annual Ducks Unlimited dinner at Club Chanticleer. Ducks Unlimited was founded in 1938 by persons interested in wildlife conser...

Date: 1960-11-07 

Description: Service league members of Christ Presbyterian Church prepare their "Home for the Holidays" tour, boutique, and bake sale. Many of the items to be shown in...

Date: 1950-08-20 

Description: Members of the dance committee make arrangements for the kickoff football dance to be held at the University Club after the Wisconsin-Marquette game. In th...

Date: 1959-01-06 

Description: Nakoma's Twelfth Night Party features the historical pageantry of the Twelfth Night tradition. Dr. Gordon Davenport, master of revels for the party, and Ro...

Date: 1947-02-20 

Description: Four Cub Scouts inspecting a hot dish at the first "Blue and Gold" Cub Scout banquet for Pack 302 at Randall School, 10 North Spooner Street. Left to right...

Date: 1950-01-12 

Description: Dane County Republican committee members plan for the Lincoln Day dinner. Seated from left to right are Mrs. Philip M. (Nettie) Fairchild, Mrs. Warren S. (...

Date: 1901-11-04 before

Description: Front cover of the announcement for the twelfth dinner of the Six O'Clock Club, with circular head and shoulders portraits of Presidents William McKinley J...

Date: 1948-02-12 

Description: Wisconsin Supreme Court Chief Justice Marvin B. Rosenberry receiving a birthday cake from two Boy Scouts of the Four Lakes council in Lincoln Day ceremoni...

Date: 1964-03-11 

Description: Jimmy Demetral sitting at the head table at his testimonial dinner. At his left is Rev. Nicholas Katinal, pastor of Assumption Greek Orthodox Church. The G...

Date: 1959-05-15 

Description: Two couples visit at the observance of Norway's Syttende Mai Independence Day, sponsored by the Ygdrasil Literary Society at the Wisconsin Center. Left to...

Date: 1958-02-22 

Description: Two couples attending the Chameleon Dancing Club party at the Blackhawk Country Club are, left to right, Don Messner, Dorothy Cleary, Dr. Gerald Cleary, an...

Date: 1957-01-23 

Description: Six Jewish husbands dressed as female Hawaiian dancers in wigs and grass skirts posing for the camera. The husbands were part of a presentation at the annu...

Date: 1959-02-03 

Description: 420 men turned out for the annual Ducks Unlimited dinner at Club Chanticleer. Ducks Unlimited was founded in 1938 by persons interested in wildlife conser...

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Matrix Table

Date: 1958-03-26 

Description: Attendees at the annual Matrix Table, sponsored by Theta Sigma Phi journalism sorority include, from left to right, Mary Garner, Lynn Honeck, and Mary Renn...

Date: 1952-11-26 

Description: Bessie Koen serves the first course of the traditional turkey-and-trimmings dinner to James Eckert. Dinner was served by the Volunteers of America to 56 m...

Date: 1960-05 

Description: Mrs. Max W. Sulewsky is given the 23rd annual Theodora Youmans award by the Wisconsin Federation of Women's Clubs for her achievements in conservation of t...

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