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Date: 1914-02-13 

Description: Valentine's Day postcard with a Dutch woman and man facing each other. She is wearing a yellow dress, white bonnet, wooden shoes (clogs) and carries a bask...

Date: 1965-02-02 

Description: Child's Valentine's Day card with a dog wearing a blue bow around his neck. A heart in the upper left corner reads "Doggone it! Be My Valentine." These val...

Photograph

Memorial Day

Date: 1953-05-30 

Description: An Air Force color guard from Truax Field is in his position at the south entrance to the Wisconsin State Capitol with the Capitol flag at half mast to hon...

Photograph

Easter Outfits

Date: 1950-04-05 

Description: Three Madison high school girls model their Easter outfits featuring hats, dresses, gloves and high heeled shoes. Left to right: Lois Ann Hammer, West Hi...

Date: 1965 ca.

Description: Child's Valentine's Day card with a boy and a girl. He is wearing shorts, jacket, eyeglasses, and a graduation cap. He holds a slate in one hand with the t...

Date: 1965-02-02 

Description: Child's Valentine's Day card with white rabbit wearing a yellow plaid shirt and black bow tie. His ears are curled over his head and in between them it say...

Date: 1953-06-15 before

Description: View across road towards eight members of Madison American Legion and its Auxiliary posed and raising a large new flag at the Veteran's Administration Hosp...

Date: 1954 

Description: Valentine's Day card of a tree in a pot with hearts on the branches. A sign on the upper right reads "A Valentine MONEY TREE For You". There are ten slots...

Date: 1918 

Description: Holiday card with a young girl looking at herself in the mirror. She is wearing a white dress with a green sash, white stockings, black shoes and a militar...

Print

Best Wishes

Date: 1930 after

Description: Inside of a holiday card, showing a baby in a cradle with a star holding netting from above. To the right is the text "Best Wishes for A Merry Christmas an...

Date: 1940-06-14 

Description: Madison's first Flag Day celebration, sponsored by the Order of Elks at the University of Wisconsin stadium. After a speech by Carl Zeidler, the audience j...

Date: 1958-01-30 

Description: A teacher answers a student's question as the other students cut hearts from construction paper to make valentine cards.

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Description: Holiday card with a uniformed nurse standing under mistletoe, while a soldier and a sailor are walking towards her, presumably to kiss her. Inside a red bo...

Print

Glad Tidings

Date: 1938 

Description: Holiday card of three candles with two decorative halos behind them. Metallic silver frame. Text in lower right corner reads: "Glad tidings". Printed in re...

Print

Mexican Kiss

Date: 1909 ca.

Description: Valentine's Day card with a girl and a boy. She is wearing a green dress with a pink and green sash, and a red plaid hat. He is wearing a matador's costume...

Date: 1935 ca.

Description: Holiday card that looks like a box with the letters "A" and "Z" on the sides. "Merry Christmas" appears on the top. When you flip up the top of the box, Sa...

Postcard

Glidden Sawmill

Date: 1906 

Description: View of a sawmill and the distant town in the background. Stacks of logs are in the lumberyard. The postcard bears a New Year's greeting in German.

Date: 1925 

Description: Holiday card with three children singing. They are sharing a songbook and a long striped scarf. Pine boughs, two candles, holly, two birds and a rectangula...

Print

NOEL

Date:  date unknown

Description: Photographic holiday card of an African American family posed over an image of three dimensional letters that read: "NOEL". The letters are slanting from u...

Date: 1945-08-15 

Description: Members of the Junior Red Cross of Madison making Christmas cards, tray favors, Christmas tree ornaments, and recreation hall decorations for service units...

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