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Description: Peg Caldwell (left), Minerva Stewart, Lorraine Traut and Eleanore Gessner enjoy baskets of popcorn before the Badger Bonspiel banquet.
Description: Governor John J. Blaine (left) shakes the hand of a woman surrounded by other women of who have come to see the governor sign the Women's Rights Bill. The...
Description: Armistice Day ceremony with Mrs. Ella M. Bresee, representing the Grand Army of the Republic and the Daughters of 1812, shown placing a wreath at the cenot...
Description: Group portrait of ten employees of the Rennebohm's drugstore #12 at 2526 Monroe Street, posed at a Christmas party with Santa Claus.
Description: The Business Women's Bowling League staged its first annual dress up bowling sessions at the Plaza Alleys. Ad Colvin dresses as a mophead.
Description: John Earl and Patricia (Salisbury) Earl at their wedding reception on June 23, 1951 at the Edgewater Hotel. Flanked by best man Robert Salisbury, Jr. and...
Description: Three members of the University League look over the decorations for the annual dinner-dance and bridge party. Left to right: Doris Green, Mary Mohs, and...
Description: Unidentified woman seated in a chair next to a decorated Christmas tree with presents underneath. On a table next to the woman are photographs of a soldie...
Description: Alpha Phi sorority, 28 Langdon Street, was the site of a garden party for all sorority women on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Left to right:...
Description: Wedding photograph of bride Elaine I. Luloff, groom Lieutenant Frederick J. Goff, Jr., maid of honor Mary Jo Kalland, bridesmaid Lucy Abbott and best man R...
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...
Description: Three new officers of the Women's Bowling Association sit at a table during the annual spring luncheon. From left are Mrs. Harriet Kelley, vice-president;...
Description: At left is Pauline Frederick, NBC commentator, speaker for the Matrix banquet. She is shown with Elizabeth Risser and Katherine Maurer.
Description: The Madison Branch of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom entertains foreign women living in Madison at a tea party at the home of Mr. &...
Description: Quarter-length portrait of a bride showing the brilliant studded veil of her black shell hat and her earrings. Her corsage was of red roses.
Description: Armistice Day ceremony, looking down State Street, with a drum and bugle corps on the left and other veterans in uniform standing at attention near the cen...
Description: Two-sided one-page menu for Joseph's French Café, with a line drawing of a couple seated at a dinner table after an illustration by Henri de Toulouse-Lautr...
Description: Assisting in plans for a series of coffee parties are these members of the Junior Division of the University League from left to right: Dorothy Hayes, Judi...
Description: Portrait of Joan H. Techemeyer announcing her marriage to John Paul Grant in a simple ceremony at her parents' home, 9 Cambridge Rd., Madison, WI.
Date: 1939-01-14 ca.
Description: View of a decorated house at 1450 Rutledge Street. There are individuals gathered on the lawn to pose for the photo.
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