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Description: "Old Drum" whiskey display in C.J. Cashulette's Service Liquor Store.
Description: An old, somewhat ornate chimney stands out from the side of the Elizabeth W. Pudor residence at 504 Wisconsin Avenue. The building has been converted to ap...
Description: Madison Downtown Rotary Club honors four Madison high school seniors with $50 awards in recognition of remaining in the top 10 of their classes during thei...
Description: Canvass of the results for various village offices, April 6, 1852.
Description: Window display of "Old Drum" whiskey at C.J. Cashulette's Service Liquor Store, sign says "You Can't Beat It".
Description: Groves-Barnhart School for Secretaries, 502 State Street. Students at tables, mostly men, with notebooks and calculators. A woman stands near the window wh...
Description: Exterior view of The Old Clock Shop owned by P. Tock at 1343 Williamson Street with clocks displayed in the window.
Description: Action shot of the West High School vs. Racine Horlich High School boy's basketball game.
Description: Draft newspaper editorial, "Our Railroad Prospects", written by former governor Leonard J. Farwell.
Description: Two high school girls, Virginia Stamm (left), 3405 Crestwood Drive, and Jeanne Tierney, 2922 Lakeland Avenue, are shown practicing for their roles as "hoop...
Description: Howard Sechrest, of Howard Welding & Machine Co., wears goggles and welds in the boiler at the Loraine Hotel.
Description: Group portrait of leaders of the Dane County Cancer Fund Drive as they prepare to broadcast a radio appeal for support. Pictured left to right; Mrs. Jesse...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Bear pits at Henry Vilas Zoo (Vilas Park Zoo), opened in 1911, with a polar bear in the nearest display area.
Date: date unknown
Description: Three-quarter length studio portrait of Max and Robert Petersellie in front of a painted backdrop. Max is seated and Robert is standing with his hand on th...
Description: Portrait of Donald A. Bongey, a registered pharmacist who, with his father Alf Bongey, owns Bongey's Pharmacy, 335 W. Lakeside Street.
Description: About 100 persons gather to honor Irene Sonnenburg, right, who will retire after teaching at Nichols School for 18 years. Among them are, left to right, K...
Description: Monona Grove High School football coach John Klement is pictured with returning lettermen (from left) Dave Whitehorse, Ken Hask, and Bill Fischer.
Description: Page with more images of the first trip of the 1941 season from the Neighborhood House log book of bike hosteling excursions, with Theresa Manderino [Manda...
Description: Fall scene looking east in the 2600 block of Regent Street along the Catholic cemetery.
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