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Description: R.A. Moore speaks about corn to a University of Wisconsin-Madison class of boys.
Description: Mrs. Matt Penava, left, and Connie Powers pose in dress clothes with hats and gloves. They will be models in an upcoming style show sponsored by the Bell...
Description: Glenn Wise (right) shakes hands and says goodbye to two of her friends who stand up on the step of a railroad passenger car. They are (left) Marian Fox and...
Description: Kiddie Camp children around campfire, watching frankfurters roast in a pot over the fire, tended by Oswald B. Neesvig, president of Madison Packing Co. Mos...
Description: Group portrait of six German radiomen from the Western Allies' zone visiting WHA, the University of Wisconsin-Madison radio station. The group was in Madis...
Description: Original title reads, "Bathers assemble [swimmers in Lake Monona]." Women and men, wearing suits, hats, and long dresses, are standing near the lake shorel...
Description: Portrait of Kathyn Taplick wearing a suit and Easter hat. Also included in this series are separate photos of Kathryn's daughters: Patricia, Jane, Kathryn,...
Description: Unemployed men stand in line for CWA (Civil Works Administration) jobs, inside the Public Employment Office, 111 W. Main Street.
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: F.D. Eyerley sits with his wife and his daughter on the front stoop of their home on West Johnson Street. They are reading from a book. A small, wicker roc...
Description: Man standing on front of cabinets modeling a hooded sweatshirt with Wisconsin State Journal printed on the front in large letters.
Description: Elevated view of man and woman with a grocery cart shopping at the dairy case in a grocery store. Sign over case reads: "There's a Heap of Good Livin' Down...
Description: Twenty-two shoe salesmen pose for a group portrait in a store shoe department.
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: Family seated around table in yard with baby on grass and brick house with porch trim and shutters in background. This house is said to resemble the J. Hil...
Description: Walter Scott (1911-1983) posing in front of the gnarled trunk of a box elder tree at his home, Hickory Hill House. Scott was employed by the Wisconsin Depa...
Description: The University of Wisconsin ROTC cadets pass in review before the Military Ball Queen, Mary Schneiders, San Diego, California, her court, and ROTC officers...
Description: Flooded South Park Street underpass, with car stalled in three feet of water. A train is on the railroad bridge above. A young boy and girl wearing bathing...
Description: Waist-up portrait of new Mayor Paul Soglin, 27 years old.
Description: Elevated view of horses and buggies lining the street in front of the Wisconsin State Journal building during its demolition. There are dark clouds in the...
Description: Three Fanchon & Marco showgirls model bathing suits at Heller's, 205 State Street.
Description: Full-length portrait of Nancy Burlingame Fowler, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Dwight S. Fowler, in her wedding gown. She became the wife of Chester E. Rieck Jr....
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