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Description: Phil Schoenbeck of Stoughton set a new Pole Vault record and Jack Platner of Whitewater set a new broad jump record during the West High School relays.
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: Ole Bull Residence at 130 East Gilman Street. Family on lawn playing croquet with house in background. Later, the house was known as the Thorp House. It be...
Description: A runner breaks the tape at the finsih line. Image taken inside the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House during the West High School relays.
Description: Two East High School football players on the practice field, one posed like a center and one posed like a running back.
Description: Five members of the Madison Junior Chamber of Commerce dressed in western costume prepare for a rodeo at the Dane County fairgrounds. Four are seated on ho...
Description: Two of the individual stars of the West Relays who set new Class B records include Louis Holland, left, of Union Grove, who ran the 60-yard dash in 6.4 sec...
Description: Uniformed members of the West High School basketball team gather with their hands on a ball. They are, from left to right, are Jerry Quinn, Jim Clapp, Jac...
Description: Central High School boys' basketball team pose for a portrait with their coach, Robert Alwin.
Description: Children playing on and near a slide indoors in the Neighborhood House, 768 West Washington Avenue across from Brittingham Park. Pictured on the slide are:...
Description: Autofyrstop Fire Extinguisher and Alarm System display at the Southern Wisconsin Sports Show in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House.
Description: Group portrait of the main speakers at the 36th East High School football banquet. Seated left to right: Herbert (Butch) Mueller, head coach; Rev. Charles...
Description: Group portrait of newly elected officers of the National Intercollegiate Boxing Coaches Association and Cliff Johnson, Athletic Director at McNeese State C...
Description: At the West Junior Wingra League game, umpire Pat McCormick flips the coin to determine who gets to bat first. Managers Dave Osborne of Madison Master Plum...
Description: Portrait of Craig Lutey, # 31 on the Wisconsin High School football team. One of 33 images of individual members of the Wisconsin High School football team...
Description: Forrest W. Gillett, II, a West High School athlete who died in February 1945 after a brief illness.
Description: Group portrait of the Wisconsin boxing team that won the national championship this year. Shown back row, left to right: Vito Parisi, Madison, heavy-weight...
Description: Soap Box Derby starting line at 140 East Gorham Street.
Description: A group of nine girls test the water of Lake Wingra prior to beginning a swimming lesson.
Description: West High school's three star ends, standing, look over a football play drawn by Regent Coach Burt Hable, seated left, and Wisconsin assistant Coach and ma...
Description: St. Croix Falls cheerleaders stand along the sidelines in the University of Wisconsin fieldhouse at a high school basketball tournament. They are, from lef...
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