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Date: 1948-02-25 

Description: Two of the special guests of honor at the Women's Self Government Association celebration are Mrs. M.S. (Gertrude) Slaughter, and Mrs. Marvin B. (Lois) Ros...

Date: 1947-12-19 

Description: Among the young dancers who attended the traditional Christmas party for the boys and girls of Nakoma in the gym at Nakoma School were, left to right: Nanc...

Date: 1948-12-06 

Description: Elevated view of five seated members of the Madison branch of Letter Carriers (#508) being served a pot luck supper in their honor by seven women at the GA...

Date: 1948-12-04 

Description: Street scene at East Washington Avenue and Pinckney streets with pedestrians crossing the street. Advertisement on the side of a parked Railroad Express Ag...

Date: 1932-04-15 

Description: Attendees in formal wear stand in a military ball receiving line, from right to left, Sam Pierce, Arnold H. Dammen, Helga Gundersen, Ralph M. Immell, Dor...

Photograph

Genevieve Milward

Date: 1921-06 

Description: Full-length studio graduation portrait of Genevieve Milward (later McVicar)(1902-1987) of Madison, Wisconsin, standing in front of a painted backdrop. She...

Date: 1944-08-25 

Description: Couples enjoy the "Moonlight Formal" in Tripp Commons, University of Wisconsin Memorial Union. They are in formal dress with some of the men in military un...

Date: 1948-02-03 

Description: Wisconsin's First Lady, Mrs. Oscar (Mary) Rennebohn, left, greeting Mrs. Gaylord Flowers (left), Oconto Falls, and Mrs. Herbert Buseman, Gillett, at a tea...

Date: 1948-12-17 

Description: Children of Milwaukee Railroad employees sitting near a Christmas tree where a man sitting in a chair is dressed as Santa Claus. They are at the Milwaukee...

Date: 1947-12-16 

Description: Four teenagers standing on the stairs at the Madison Club, 5 East Wilson Street, during a holiday formal party. Pictured left to right are: Kendall Glasier...

Wisconsin Historical Museum Object – Feature Story

Inauguration gown worn by Wisconsin First Lady Sue Ann Thompson at her first inauguration ball, 1987. (Museum object #2003.61.1a-b)

Date: 1922 

Description: Journalist Robert S. Allen, center, in military uniform, poses with the staff of the "Wisconsin State Journal". A graduate of the Wisconsin Journalism Scho...

Date: 1937-04-30 

Description: Group portrait of members of the N.B.B.O. ("Nobody's Business But Ours") Club, a social club for young women at Neighborhood House: front row (left): Charl...

Date: 1957-12-14 

Description: Donald (left) and Ruth Bongey and Mrs. and Mr. Joseph Warner, co-chairmen, gather around the punch bowl at the South Shore Methodist Church Young Adults Cl...

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: 1957-09-18 

Description: Police officer Edward E. Daley (left) bottle feeds one of three baby squirrels he rescued while sisters Patty and Cathy Olstadt look on and bottle feed a s...

Date: 1957-04-01 

Description: Governor Vernon W. Thomson receives a gavel made by school children in Israel upon his signing of a proclamation of World Jewish Child's Day. Members of th...

Photograph

Memorial Day

Date: 1953-05-30 

Description: View from street of children and adults gathered along the sidewalk to watch as Madison observes Memorial Day with a parade and three memorial services aro...

Photograph

Mop Heads

Date: 1948-12-26 

Description: Top-hatted master of ceremonies, Stanton Stavrum, looks on as Robert Smith, Charles Van Deitz, and Hugh Benidict in mop wigs and dresses, rehearse singing...

Date: 1954-12-12 

Description: A bride and her maid of honor share a smile after the ceremony. For her marriage, the bride chose a street-length dress of ivory florentine which featured...

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