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Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Two well-dressed young women pose in front of a piano. One holds a fan in her lap, the other holds a piece of sheet music titled "When We Were Two Little B...
Description: Winifred Bundy, secretary of the School of Music at UW-Madison, and her uncle, Bill Morgan. Both recorded for song collector Helene Stratman-Thomas.
Description: Stage view from behind the band The Bowery Boys during the set they played at the music festival Sound Storm. From left are: Richard Wiegel (guitar), Jeff...
Description: Portrait of officers of the new Women's Committee of the Madison Civic Music Association. Standing left to right: Viola A. Ward, Viola O. Fenske and Gerald...
Date: date unknown
Description: A band sits on the deck of Scott's Showboat, designed in 1932 by Ray Scott Sr., while floating near a dock on Lake Oquaga. The men dress in nautical costu...
Description: Possibly Ernest Joseph Belisle, a singer who recorded for Helene Stratman-Thomas.
Date: 1971-11 ca.
Description: Poster advertisement for a concert by the group "The Living Sound," at 240 West Gilman Street, in Madison, Wisconsin. Features a reduced purple and red col...
Description: Ruth Anderson, the music librarian at the Madison Public Library, adds another phonograph record to the library's record service.
Description: "Hawaiian Group", a four-piece country band made up of (left to right): Martin Angus, Al Flansberg, Jack Pennywell, and George Gilbertson. Their instrumen...
Description: Harry Dyer (b. 1864), a former logger and Mississippi riverman who recorded with song collector Helene Stratman-Thomas.
Description: Member of local farmers band practicing clarinet in barn.
Description: Full-length carte-de-visite portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Charles C. Stone of Decatur, Wisconsin, a member of the 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, 1...
Description: Donalda La Grandeur and an unidentified man sitting on a porch.
Date: 1888-12-15 before
Description: Front and inside front covers of a menu with a three-dimensional violin, a stringed bow, a sprig of cloth holly leaves and three berries, and a blue ribbon...
Description: Man playing Kimball organ at the Orpheum Theater.
Description: W. Lambert Clark, member of the Menomonie High School class of 1905, depicted as a violinist. Pictured in a tuxedo, playing a violin. Part of a yearbook cr...
Description: John Ciezczak (b.1885?), a Polish watchmaker, who sang songs in Polish, Ukrainian, Russian, and Kasshubian for song collector Helene Stratman-Thomas. He is...
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: A woman plays the organ, while two women, wearing hats, and three men, gather behind her, holding song books. They are enclosed by a low, circular railing;...
Description: Peabody Hall, home of the Lawrence Conservatory of Music on the Lawrence University campus.
Description: Band, in full regalia, playing tubas, clarinets and trumpets as well as other instruments, outside at a Fourth of July parade. There is a brick building in...
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