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Historic Name: George I. & Mary Eastman Residence
Reference Number: 37800
Historic Name: Ralph H. Wood House
Reference Number: 37816
Historic Name: Clarence J. & Lillian McElrath Residence
Reference Number: 37801
Reference Number: 37817
Description: Talking over the contracting business at the Madison Mechanical Contractors Association annual Spahnferckel are (left to right): V. J. (Dean) Johnson, Edwa...
Historic Name: Albert M. & Clara Smith Residence
Reference Number: 37802
Reference Number: 37818
Historic Name: J.N. Jones Double House
Reference Number: 37049
Description: Portrait of Bob Johnson, Janesville, an outstanding performer at the Madison West High School Relay Carnival at the Field House.
Description: Journalist John Prindle, left, doing an on-the-street interview with Conrad Druse, veteran and University of Wisconsin graduate student, about his opinions...
Reference Number: 37803
Description: New City County Building, located at 210 Monona Avenue (Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard as of January 19, 1987), taken from the corner of Monona Avenue a...
Reference Number: 37834
Description: Norman Hahn, chief engineer for WIBA and WIBA-FM, is shown at one section of the 10,000 watt transmitter.
Description: Two members of the Madison chapter of Hadassah at the first annual donor luncheon at the Hotel Loraine. Pictured is Mrs. E.M. (Anita) Weinshel seated at th...
Description: Group of East High School senior students exchanging "class cards" in preparation for commencement. Pictured left to right: John Collins, Paul Hoenk, Nancy...
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Seymour Wilcox. He was born in Madrid, St. Lawrence county, New York, on November 22, 1805. Wilcox came to Wisconsin in Jul...
Historic Name: Robert W. & Alice Schmitz House
Reference Number: 228812
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