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Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Simeon Mills.
Description: Madison mayor-elect Ivan Nestingen signs a proclamation announcing 1956 as "Home Improvement Year" as Marvin Reimann, Duane Bowman, and J. Jesse Hyman look...
Description: This map shows the Fox River, Lake Winnebago, city wards, lot and block numbers, landownership, selected buildings, railroads, and roads. There are three i...
Description: Three members of Beautiful Madison, Inc. give a letter to Mayor Ivan Nestingen (seated at desk) requesting a city ordinance against littering in Madison st...
Description: "This is a copy of a photograph taken by Milwaukee Journal staff photographer, Ernie Annheuser and was featured in that paper. Ralph Widmer lets Mayor John...
Description: Bob Verberkmoes, an East High School student, who was elected the fourth East Side Youth Mayor in the annual election held at East High School.
Description: Waist-up oval portrait of Frederick W. Horn (1815-1893). A Democrat, he was a Representative in the Wisconsin Assembly from Cedarburg. He was a lawyer and...
Description: Margaret Jo Kincaid, Neil Smith, Lois Ann Paulsen, and Rosemary McCafferty watch Mayor George Forester sign the proclamation for Youth Week.
Date: 1862 before
Description: Vignetted carte-de-visite portrait of Jairus Cassius Fairchild (1801-1862), the first mayor of the city Madison (1856). Fairchild was also the father of L...
Description: Mayor Ivan A. Nestingen, far left, is presented with the first ticket to the annual March of Dimes victory ball. Others include, left to right, Leslie Mart...
Description: Portrait of Milwaukee Mayor David S. Rose.
Description: Photographic portrait of Mayor John Lindsay during his campaign at Widmer Cheese.
Description: Letterhead of the Mayor's Office, with a three-quarter view of the Milwaukee courthouse and people standing or walking by the building.
Date: 1868 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Emil Wallber house with four people standing near the entrance. Wallber was the mayor of Milwaukee from 1884-1888. The location of the...
Description: Milwaukee Democratic mayoral candidate (and future mayor) Carl Zeidler speaking to an audience using a microphone.
Description: City Manager Charles Howell is shown receiving a "passkey to fun" from a representative of the St. Paulites Association, sponsors of the St. Paul Winter C...
Description: Lord and Lady Halifax with Madison's mayor, F. Halsey Kraege.
Description: Frank Lloyd Wright (seated left), Madison Mayor Nestingen (seated right), and other officials signing a contract between the city of Madison and the Frank...
Description: Presidential candidate John F. Kennedy at the Madison airport with state Democratic leaders. To Kennedy's left are Governor Gaylord Nelson and state Democ...
Description: Tommy G. Thompson, governor of Wisconsin and an enthusiastic member of the Amtrak governing board, salutes the expansion of Hiawatha service between Chicag...
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