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Description: Miss America 2003, Erika Harold, at Valley View Mall, wearing a crown and holding a microphone.
Description: Theodore Roosevelt in front of the Deutscher Club. The club later became the Wisconsin Club.
Description: Edward Hansen, left, stands in front of his 1918 Biddle automobile at the Wisconsin State Capitol prior to leaving for Scotland to participate in the Anglo...
Description: Miss Wisconsin 2002, Jayme Dawicki, wears a crown and sits at a table autographing photographs of herself.
Description: Waist-up seated portrait of De Antonio, who is smiling and seated in front of a door. Dressed very casually, he wears a plain cotton t-shirt, and a chain a...
Description: President Harry S. Truman visited Madison to be present at the laying of the cornerstone for the CUNA's Filene House, 1617 Sherman Avenue. He is pictured...
Description: Alfred Lunt watching as farm workers pitch grain into a thresher on the Ten Chimneys farm. Two men at the end of a chute collect the separated grain in sac...
Description: Mildred Rand is crowned "East Side Merchandise Queen" by City Councilman Herbert C. Schenk at the annual festival of the East Side Business Men's Associati...
Description: Lynn Fontanne, Sir Noel Coward, and Alfred Lunt seated at a table in the Pyrenees Restaurant after the Tony Awards presentations at which Lunt and Fontanne...
Description: Robert Bloch (wearing eyeglasses), the author of Psycho, sitting at a table with Janet Leigh. His wife Marion Bloch stands behind him. The man in the bow t...
Description: Herbert C. Schenk and two sixth grade students greet each other at the dedication of the new grade school named for Schenk. The two girls, both wearing sch...
Description: Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne hold a basket of vegetables picked from their garden at Ten Chimneys.
Description: Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru of India decends the stairs from an airplane at Truax Field. Nehru came to Madison to speak at
the University of...
Description: Cover of "Dallas News," an underground newspaper, featuring a photograph of Groucho Marx and a woman, with the headline, "Groucho calls for Nixon's Assassi...
Description: A crowd of nearly 3,000 people gathers at the Capitol Square to hear Vice-President Richard Nixon speak. The vice-president is visible standing at a podium...
Description: Costume sketch of a gold, masquerade ball gown created for Grace Kelly in "To Catch a Thief".
Description: Charles Lindbergh meeting local dignitaries, with the crowd of admirers behind him seated in the stadium. Partly obscured to his right is Governor Schmedem...
Description: Babe Ruth, wearing a dressing gown, signing autographs from a train car during a stopover in Madison.
Description: Miss America, Margaret Ekdahl, models Peacock brand pumps (shoes) at the Burdick & Murray Department Store.
Description: Actor John Wayne chats with driver Jim De Shon in an International Travelall sound truck on the set of "The Horse Soldiers." Owned by Goldwyn Studios and h...
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