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Description: Playing in the sandbox at Olbrich Park are Mary Lou Whitney, Ann Spilde, Patsy White, year-old Noreen Kay Morehouse and some playmates.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The Park Hotel, 22 South Carroll Street, on the Capitol Square with pedestrians, automobiles and a streetcar.
Description: A sailboat is launched into Lake Mendota in preparation for the preliminary races of the 49th Annual Regatta of the Inland Lakes Yachting Association.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Sign near a field of oats, declaring that it was treated for smut. The sign reads, "The oats on this farm were treated for smut. The loss is 0.00 per cent...
Description: Governor Walter Goodland is holding two of ten puppies during the League of Women Voters garden party at the Governor's Residence. Shown with the Governor...
Description: Mrs. Rena Gigous made 200 cancer dressings in January. The dressings are displayed at Baron's and Yost Kessnichs department stores.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: International fire truck parked outside an International Harvester dealership. The truck was used by the Brentwood Fire Department.
Description: Group portrait of Boy Scouts, Troop #24, Explorer Post from Nichols School, at Four Lakes Council Camporee in Olin Park with Lake Monona in the background.
Description: An International D-300 truck owned by P. Hansling & Son Hartford Forestry Company Tree Surgeons is parked in the drive of a home with a large chimney. A ma...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: International model "F" or "31" truck with a man in the driver's seat. Buildings in the background may be that of a small farm or house.
Description: Nakoma's Twelfth Night Party featured the historical pageantry of the Twelfth Night tradition. Dr. James Griffin, billed as "Madison's most interesting boa...
Description: Children crowded around Santa Claus at the annual East Side community Christmas tree celebration in Riverside Park.
Description: Three sportsmen with shotguns and hunting dogs around an International D-15-M station wagon ("woody"). The photograph may have been staged for advertising...
Description: Group portrait of six football leaders, past and future, at the annual University of Wisconsin football banquet. Left to right, first row: Co-Captains-Elec...
Description: Charlie Chaplin entertains the press at a press conference held at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York on October 13, 1940, to promote "The Great Dictator." Un...
Description: Sign outside the Wisconsin Pavilion at the 1964 World's Fair advertising a steak house, a beer garden, and the world's largest cheese. A portion of the pav...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: A deer hunting party pose with carcasses and supplies by a train on the C. St. P. M. & O. railroad.
Description: Valentine's Day card of a black cartoon cat made of five pieces. It has a metal paper fastener in the center that allows movement of the head, legs and tai...
Description: Doctors and nurses surround a patient on a gurney in an operating room at Stobhill General Hospital in Glasgow, Scotland.
Description: People riding decorated bicycles in a 4th of July parade.
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