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Historic Name: Commercial Avenue Bridge
Reference Number: 134607
Description: Six children are shown playing and building sand castles in a sand box at Penn Park. Left to right, they are Dulcie Snell, Tommy Smith, Joe Valenza, Tony...
Description: An unidentified boy wearing a baseball cap poses with a squirrel on his shoulder.
Description: Madison Soap Box Derby racer John Bock of 19 Paget Road, right, is shown prizes to be awarded to the top racers by Jean Behling, staff writer for the "Wisc...
Description: The title favorite Monona Grove basketball team is left to right: Front row- Earl Kielley, Ron Johnson, Norm Anderson, Lloyd Dresen, Ron Persike, Dave Doyl...
Description: Three French war brides at the French House packing food donated to the Madison committee of Aid to France. Left to right: Mrs. Arthur Indermuchle, holding...
Description: Mrs. John H. Eggleston (left) of Rockford, Illinois and her 8-month-old daughter Sheryl sit with the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. William B. (Catherine) Ge...
Description: Mrs. Robert S. Lincoln, 3118 Buena Vista Street, receives an award from police officer Lester Shore for her "heroine efforts" in saving 3-year-old Kurt Wis...
Description: Visiting at the Contractors 'Sphanferkel,' a pork roast feast at which contractors meet socially with manufacturers, suppliers and sales representatives wi...
Description: Judson Pearsall, commander of the Madison chapter of the Disabled American Veterans, visiting with an injured soldier, Sargent James E. Spangberg, at the T...
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