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Description: Portrait of three West High School teenagers who are part of a planning committee for a Teens Against Polio dance. Left to right: Kay Johnson, Sally Canfie...
Description: The Nakoma Welfare League held a Twelfth Night all-community party at Nakoma School for residents of Nakoma. Left to right are Mrs. Robin N. (Ruth) Allin,...
Description: Cath Morgan works on a crayon and watercolor portrait during a Madison Art Guild painting session.
Historic Name: Milwaukee Inn
Reference Number: 115150
Description: Members of the University League committee organize the winter dinner dance to be held in the Memorial Union. Seated, left to right, are Gretchen Holt, Eva...
Description: Mrs. Edith Goodman, secretary to Joseph (Roundy) Coughlin, looks on as "Roundy" presents a check to James C. Geisler, chairman of Roundy's Fun Fund, to ben...
Historic Name: Standard Oil Co. Service Station
Reference Number: 114948
Description: A tire builder at work.
Historic Name: William B. & Ruth Gara House
Reference Number: 228794
Historic Name: JOSEPH & GRACE SPATOLA HOUSE
Reference Number: 222336
Historic Name: St Charles Boys Home - Brother's Residence
Reference Number: 229416
Description: Newcomers were introduced at the Twelfth Night all-community party held at the Nakoma School. Left to right are Ernest Justice, 4017 Cherokee Drive; Mrs. V...
Description: Women make fry bread at the dedication of the Winnebago Indian Village.
Description: The parking lot is filled with vehicles as the Madison East Shopping Center grand opening draws thousands of people to view the twelve-store shopping cente...
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