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Date: 1959-10-27 

Description: The theme "Every Call Counts" at the first United Givers report luncheon will be symbolized by the huge replica of a telephone. Shown with the phone are (l...

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Empty Stocking Club

Date: 1950-11-12 

Description: Three women carry a basket of dolls and teddy bears to be distributed to children through the Empty Stocking Club. Left to right: Mrs. William (Shirley) G...

Date: 1950-12-10 

Description: Shown from left to right are Vincent Peterson using crutches, the Reverend Jerome Mersberger, pastor of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, and Mickey Hal...

Date: 1961-09-14 

Description: Six Madison area youngsters stage an amateur talent show to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Patient Services committee. Shown (L-R) handing over the...

Date: 1954-07-16 

Description: Esther Hauver puts money into a basket held by Nettie Stafford. Proceeds from the Missionary tea will go to the Embudo Presbyterian Hospital in New Mexico...

Date: 1945-05-17 

Description: Governor Walter S. Goodland buying the first poppy from American Legion Auxiliary and Veterans of Foreign War Auxiliary members. Pictured left to right: Mr...

Date: 1957-05-01 

Description: Mrs. Norman Gill looks out a window from inside her home at Spring Hill Farm near Cambridge, viewing the surrounding countryside and the Koshkonong river....

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War Bond Judges

Date: 1945-07-07 

Description: Judges for a War bond drawing. Pictured are: S.L. Goldstine, city chairman; Capt. L.K. Pollard, Commanding Officer of Naval School; Capt. Harold Helstrom;...

Date: 1974-03-15 ca.

Description: Poster for "Art Sale for Soglin" at Gallery 853, 853 Williamson Street. In the center is a head and shoulders posterized portrait of Paul Soglin silk-scree...

Date: 1952-03-10 

Description: Looking at scrapbooks of Camp Wawbeek are four pupils who attend the special orthopedic department at the Washington school in Madison. Camp Wawbeek, loca...

Date: 1958-09-06 

Description: Children from Shorewood Hills raised $5 by putting on a circus for Roundy's Fun Fund for handicapped children. Front row from left to right: Patty Flinn, D...

Date: 1948-04-19 

Description: Group portrait of six Lutheran pastors from south central Wisconsin who have formed a basketball team to play Milwaukee area Lutheran pastors in a benefit...

Date: 1959-02-05 

Description: Charlotte Burr (left) and Margaret Wilber, standing, inspect the musical program for the Sigma Alpha Iota Benefit Musicale. Seated is Nancy Becknell, and...

Date: 1957-06-12 

Description: Four members of the Queen's Guild of Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church present a check of $6000 for the church's building fund to Msgr. F. L. McDonne...

Date: 1932-05-20 

Description: Group of Fanchon & Marco show girls with baskets of American Legion poppies in front of Karsten's, 22-24 North Carroll Street.

Date: 1957-10-29 

Description: Girl Scouts of Mariner Ship Troop 4, Black Hawk Council, pack materials for the cookie sale to be held in 1958. Pictured: Judy Reigle, Nancy Gibson, Anne N...

Date: 1943 

Description: Treasury Design No. 25, "Blue Prints." The poster features two contrasting scenes. On the left is an explosive battle scene in shades of dark blue. On the...

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Empty Stocking Club

Date: 1954-11-23 

Description: Monte Allen, age eight, reads about the need for donations for the Empty Stocking Club in the Wisconsin State Journal. The Club, sponsored by the Wisconsin...

Date: 1959-11-13 

Description: Five members of the Madison Seratoma Club including, left to right, William Rowland, William Murphy, Harold Hueschen, Ray Sweeney, and Wendall Ward, hold b...

Date: 1956-02-08 

Description: F.S. Brandenburg, a long time supporter of camping, gives his annual Girl Scout Cookie order to Black Hawk Girl Scout Louise Youngquist. The cookie sale ha...

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