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Description: View across dirt road of the asylum and grounds. A large three-story building is spread out over several acres. Stairs are leading up to entrances on the s...
Description: Lewis Arms stands next to a damaged 1946 Chevrolet which had been rented from Friede Rent-A-Car. Arms and Bert Rogers had been traveling to Milwaukee in th...
Description: Group portrait of the baseball team sponsored by Penn Electric Service Company, 538 West Washington Avenue.
Description: Herman Straus and son standing in front of printing press at Straus Printing Co., 214 East Washington Avenue.
Date: 1898 before
Description: Two young girls wearing hats and dresses are leaning on a planter in the yard, two women are on the porch, and a man is sitting in a horse-drawn carriage....
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Forest Middleton, wearing a dress and a large bow in his hair, watches his dog standing on a chair. The dog is wearing a dress, sweater, and stocking cap w...
Description: Portrait of Governor Albert G. Schmedeman, painted by Merton Grenhagen, in the gallery of governors at the Wisconsin State Capitol. Mary and Shurley, daugh...
Description: Lewis Arms poses with his sister and other children on Easter Day. Front from left to right are Nedra Arms (sister) and John Hall. From left to right behin...
Description: Couple sitting in a booth and eating ice cream in booth at McCoy's Ice Cream Parlor, 507 State Street.
Description: Damaged automobiles of Leo Maly and August Steinhagen at scene of accident at Middleton Junction Road. Leo Maly was killed, his wife, Edna, and son, Paul,...
Date: 1900-10-22 before
Description: Front cover, speaker page, and menu for a dinner of the Six O'Clock Club, on the topic, "What Shall We Do with the Trusts?". On the cover is a sheaf of whe...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: A woman pulls Richard "Dick" Lloyd Jones on a sled across the ice on Lake Monona. Two other women stand on either side, and houses on the shoreline are in...
Description: View down platform between two railroad trains of men unloading freight from a Chicago, St. Paul, and Minneapolis train at the Madison depot.
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: Elevated view from across street of the construction to expand the Schoelkopf building at 210-216 E. Washington Avenue. Men from the construction company a...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Dr. Stephen Moulton Babcock with dairy cows at the University of Wisconsin barns.
Description: Color portrait from balcony of the Historical Society staff taken in the Library to illustrate the cover of a special issue of the Magazine of Wisconsin...
Description: Four teenagers working backstage as apprentices for the Madison Theater Guild. Pictured from the left are: Eugene Van Hekle, Carol Cowan, Bob Hart, and Joa...
Description: Mrs. John N. (June) McGovern, 4018 Yuma Drive, models a navy blue and white cocktail dress in the Jaycettes' annual style show in the Crystal Ballroom at t...
Description: Pfc. Glen Lindsey displays the fly traps he invented to trap thousands of flies in the Truax Field area.
Description: Two women stand behind Richard Lloyd Jones and son Richard Lloyd Jones Jr., who are seated on a sled on frozen Lake Monona.
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