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Date: 1961-04-30 

Description: Ethel Parker, center, holds the Writer's Cup which she was awarded for outstanding work in communications at the annual Ladies of the Press breakfast. Ethe...

Date: 1951-11-19 

Description: Two people visit with a hospitalized veteran interested in writing who may possibly benefit from the proceeds of the "Holiday Book Sale" sponsored by Theta...

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Roundy's Fun Fund

Date: 1956-08-30 

Description: Portrait of a group of children from the Shorewood Hills play school who put on a carnival with the proceeds going to "Roundy's Fun Fund." With them is Jos...

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Belfrage in China

Date: 1957 

Description: Cedric Belfrage of the "National Guardian" visiting with China philosophers in Peking. Belfrage was the first western correspondent to visit mainland China...

Date: 1949-01-05 

Description: "Roundy" Coughlin sitting between retired Police Chief William H. McCormick (left) and his successor, Chief Bruce Weatherly, at a testimonial dinner for th...

Date: 1945-05 ca.

Description: The audience laughs or sings at an outdoor concert for Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz and his staff at CinCPac/CinCPOA Advanced Headquarters on Guam. Admi...

Date: 1944 ca.

Description: Quarter-length portrait of Robert Doyle, dressed in his uniform. His arms are resting casually on his right knee and he is holding a cigarette. Doyle was a...

Date: 1944-01-27 

Description: Thirteen year old Jane McElvain, the youngest member of the Mariner Senior Girl Scout program and an editorial writer for the Wisconsin State Journal Newsp...

Date: 1958 

Description: Cedric Belfrage (center), exiled editor of the "National Guardian", at a party for Paul Robeson. The man on the left is Canon Stanley Evans.

Date: 1959-06-05 

Description: Group portrait of attendees at the Wisconsin State Journal's annual correspondents' conference. Left to right are Beulah McClelland, wife of the State Jour...

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Charles Kuralt

Date: 1990 

Description: Charles Kuralt standing at a podium on the night he received the Pope John XXIII Award for Distinguished Service at Viterbo College.

Date: 1945-10-23 

Description: Heinrich Hollands of the "Aachener Nachrichten" speaking to a conference of German journalists at Marburg University following World War II. To Hollands'...

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Joe Dommershausen

Date: 1957-05-04 

Description: Portrait of Joe Dommershausen, a Wisconsin State Journal sports reporter, wearing dark pants and a light suit coat with a boutonniere.

Date: 1957 ca.

Description: Clough Gates, publisher of the "Superior Telegram," cutting a cake to celebrate his 80th birthday. Max Lavine stands in the middle background, and watching...

Date: 1945-02-25 

Description: Indigenous traders on the sidewalk in front of the Burns Philip Ltd. Store display window at Apia, British Samoa (today the independent country of Samoa)....

Date: 1958-10-28 

Description: Five people pose for a photograph at the dinner meeting of the Junior Chamber of Commerce auxiliary (Jaycettes). Seated are Jane Weikel and Mary Gay, presi...

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McClelland family

Date: 1950-08-20 

Description: Family portrait of Harold E. McClelland, his wife Beulah McClelland, her mother Mary Day, and a young girl. Harold McClelland was state editor of the Wisc...

Date: 1945-07-25 

Description: Wilhelm Gerst of the "Frankfurter Rundschau", (second from the left) signing the first contract for mail distribution of a newspaper in Germany after World...

Date: 1957-09-16 

Description: Superior Judge Roy H. Proctor (left), Herman Wittwer, Bob McDermott, and Bill Whalen attend a birthday party for Joseph (Roundy) Couglin at the Top Hat. Ro...

Date: 1959-06-05 

Description: Wisconsin State Journal state editor Harold E. (Mac) McClelland (left) with four of the 110 correspondents from around the state at the annual corresponden...

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