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Description: Men scalding turkeys to remove feathers in the production area at the Frank Lyons Turkey Farm.
Description: Junior Chamber of Commerce Auxiliary members (Mrs. Darleen Maddrell, Mrs. Meta Thompson, and Mrs. Ruby Zein) help at a clothes drive at Washington School,...
Description: Portrait painting of Chief Little Shell, Chippewa Native American. The painting is leaning against a wall. Part of the T.B. Walker Indian Collection, on lo...
Description: Portrait of an unidentified man, perhaps Hale Shears, insurance salesman, Reitan-Lerdahl & Co.
Description: Madison Vocational and Adult Education School, 211-213 North Carroll Street. View of typing room from the back, featuring IBM typewriters. The ceiling fans...
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Two women, Mrs. Osborn and Mrs. Schildhauer, sit on a large tree limb near Mendota Drive.
Description: Eight Junior Red Cross young children (Mary Schaaf, Josephine Federicks, Nancy Fowlkes, Maralyn Savage, Bonnie Anderson, Peggy Huiskamp, Ruth Mary Noland,...
Description: Group portrait of some of the leaders of the Women's Missionary Federation of the Evangelical Lutheran church attending a worker's meeting in Madison. The...
Description: A man works on an armature at Fuller & Johnson, 52 North Dickinson Street. Fuller&Johnson produced war material during World War II.
Description: Group portrait of the University of Wisconsin men's basketball team who won the Western Conference Championship. Left to right: Forwards Bobby Cook and Ex...
Description: Patricia Fitzpatrick and her mother Frances Risdon Fitzpatrick, seated by a Christmas tree with opened presents, including several stuffed animals. Patric...
Description: Four staff members of the Marketing division of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture standing around a desk with a stack of papers.
Description: Mrs. Vida Calkins and Mrs. Caroline Mott, descendants of the founders of the Centralia Mill, standing in front of the historical marker honoring the work o...
Description: Pensive Wisconsin trucker at a bar on Atwood Avenue.
Description: Mrs. Gerald Goldberg, guest speaker at the membership tea of the B'nai B'rith Women of Madison, receives a corsage from Madison membership chairman Elizabe...
Description: Four women operating sausage-making equipment at the Oscar Mayer Company during World War II.
Description: Four suspects in the "burglary" at Hi-Lo Market, 2038 Jenifer Street, include (left to right) Bill Faust ("The Slasher"), Ed Matush ("Melon Head"), Jack La...
Description: New Texaco Service Station at night, at 2846 Atwood Avenue, owner Joseph M. Setzer.
Date: 1898-07-04 ca.
Description: Three Schildhauer women, Mrs. Henry, Annie and Clara, stand in a wooded area. All three women wear elaborate hats, and Mrs. Henry holds an open umbrella.
Description: Ray Groenier, chief radio technician for City of Madison Police Department, with two other men at a police radio.
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