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Description: Two male Gisholt employees advertising an upcoming party. One of the men is posing in a suit and tie on the seat of a large piece of machinery. The other m...
Date: date unknown
Description: Elevated view of two male Gisholt employees running the internal printing press. The "Gisholt Crib" is an internal newsletter.
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm farm, on U.S. Highway 151, five miles east of the Capitol between Madison and Sun Prairie. Governor Rennebohm and Ed Mercer admire...
Description: Poster publicizing an exhibition of photographs by Gregory Conniff at the Madison Art Center. Features an image of a bathroom sink.
Description: Group portrait of the nation's top educators, gathered in Madison for a meeting of the American Association of Universities.
Front row left to right: Dean...
Description: Four people in the stacks of field movies at the University of Wisconsin Bureau of Audio Visual Instruction. Shown from the left are: Amy Anelerson, Mary...
Description: A crowd watches as soap box derby cars get ready for a race and men check over the cars. A sign over the road reads, "Free Shellubrication" for Derby Entra...
Description: Men pose in front of a rock crusher manufactured by Wisconsin Foundry & Machine Company, 623 East Main Street.
Description: Vietnam anti-war poster proclaiming that the human cost of the war has been six million people under Nixon's term as President. Features a picture of Presi...
Description: Carl H. Bernard, operator of the University Boathouse on Lake Mendota, standing on a pier. Carl is the grandson of Charles Bernard Sr., who started the Ber...
Description: Dick Norris, Milwaukee, semi-finalist in the Singles Division of the Wisconsin Invitational Junior Tennis Tournament.
Description: North or the South All Star High School football team taken in Camp Randall Stadium.
Description: The Gisholt treasurer, standing and displaying a Sid Boyum drawing on top of a desk. The drawing was created for the treasurer in celebration of his retire...
Description: Adlai Stevenson, Democratic Presidential candidate, at a podium speaking to an audience. To Stevenson's right is Thomas Fairchild, the Democratic candidat...
Description: Bruce "Bud" Elliott, City Car catcher, is the 1947 individual hitting champion of the Madison Industrial League.
Description: Sidney Smith, stereotyper, a process in setting up the pages for printing the newspaper.
Description: John Jenkins, museum director, and Ruth K. Harris, museum curator, of the (then) State Historical Society of Wisconsin museum prepare a display case for an...
Description: The Goose Island Ramblers performing at Johnny's Packers Inn. Their instruments include accordions, guitar, and a fiddle. Tommy McDermott sits in on a but...
Description: Eight couples and one woman with a corsage gathered around a dining table in the McNeel home. Eight women are wearing matching white capes and head scarves...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Three men standing in front of vehicles inside Theodore O. "Ted" Helleckson's first automobile repair shop in Madison, the West Side Garage, at 621 Univers...
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