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Historic Name: John G. & Celia Hodgson Residence
Reference Number: 37226
Description: Paul Vanderbilt sitting in a painted metal chair in George Talbot's (Vanderbilt's successor) backyard on Jenifer Street. He is wearing a plaid jacket, trou...
Description: A second floor bedroom at the UW Chancellor's house, 130 N. Prospect Avenue, has windows that look out toward Lake Mendota. The house, built in 1912 for Jo...
Description: The thirteen-member behind-the-scenes crew who make the Madison Soap Box Derby possible gathered on the steps of Law Park prior to making final arrangement...
Historic Name: James & Elizabeth Bull Residence
Reference Number: 37227
Description: Portrait of 10-month old Martha Jean Johnson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Everett F. Johnson.
Description: Men and women watching a Mautz Paint Co., demonstration in store at 118 State Street.
Description: View down Linden Drive on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Original caption reads, "Linden Drive in the spring time." Trees line both side of th...
Description: Portrait of Bob Rossin, junior letterman from Mauston and Wisconsin's tallest player at 6-71/2", shoots a basket. One of 63 images of members of the Univer...
Description: A view from the Capitol Square across West Main Street, including the Levitan Building.
Description: Small Union News Company merchandise display case. The display features dolls and stuffed animals at the Chicago & Northwestern Train Depot, 219 South Bla...
Description: Mrs. Ralph De Woody and Colette Wiffler admire a floral arrangement at the gladiolus show at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House.
Description: An adult stands beside a Badger Spelling Bee contestant at a podium behind a WIBA microphone.
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: Law Building, University of Wisconsin-Madison, designed by Charles S. Frost, and built in 1893 of Lake Superior brown sandstone.
Description: The Reverend Jerome Mersberger (at left), pastor of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, is honored at the annual convention of the Wisconsin Moos...
Historic Name: Louis F. & Margaret Thomas Residence
Reference Number: 37228
Description: Miss Mayhew's room in the Ladies' Hall, located on the University of Wisconsin campus. The room is set for Easter, with Easter lilies on the mantel and on...
Description: Union Bus Station, 122 West Washington Avenue, with closed depot doors during a strike of the Northland Greyhound bus lines strike.
Description: Portrait of new Nakoma neighborhood resident Pauline Moore.
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