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Description: Royal Tailors, Inc. display window located at 12 East Mifflin Street, with neon advertising.
Description: A family portrait with nineteen people in the living room of a residence.
Description: Donald (left) and Ruth Bongey and Mrs. and Mr. Joseph Warner, co-chairmen, gather around the punch bowl at the South Shore Methodist Church Young Adults Cl...
Description: Kitchen interior of E.F. and Carol Randolph home, 6203 Ridgewood Ave., in Frost Woods area of Monona.
Description: Exterior view of the uniquely designed house of Byron Bloomfield at 1010 Edgehill Drive in Shorewood Hills, which is built into the side of a sharp slope....
Glimpses of African-American Life in the Midwest, 1865-1934
Description: Members of the Madison Naval Reserve Surface Division watch a training movie at the Naval Reserve Training Center at 1046 East Washington Avenue. From left...
Description: Dean R.K. Froker of the University of Wisconsin College of Agriculture stands beside the late John Stuart Curry's painting "The Good Earth." The painting h...
Description: Governor Rennebohm is shown as he accepted a freshly baked cranberry pie from Joanne Fiedler, Tomah's cranberry queen. Queen Joanne, members of her court,...
Description: Five members of the Madison Junior Red Cross who will be attending the state youth rally confer with the invitations committee chairman, Geraldine Krawzak,...
Description: Mrs. W.F. Hintz of 4603 Turner Avenue stands next to her six-foot tropical fuchsia plant, a species which usually doesn't thrive in Wisconsin's climate.
Description: Portrait of Nancy Keenan standing on a beach in a lifeguard swimming suit. She is one of 7 women lifeguards out of a group of 19 who patrol the Madison be...
Date: date unknown
Description: "The Stage Coach" painting in the North Hearing Room, in the Wisconsin State Capitol, by Charles Turner. This is one of four paintings depicting the four m...
Description: The Wisconsin State Legislature listens to a speech by Governor Walter J. Kohler, Jr. The senators are seated in the first row, with Warren Knowles seated...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Richard "Dick" Lloyd Jones and Jenkin Lloyd Jones sitting on the grass on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: Central High School's fall play is "You Can't Take It With You." Shown are members of the properties committee who work behind the scenes: Mary Ann Imhoff...
Description: Detail of the intricate, medieval-style roof work of the Pierce House at 424 North Pinckney Street.
Description: Demolition of the semi-circular West Wing of the third Wisconsin State Capitol. In this picture the upper stories are gone, but behind the scaffolding the...
Date: 1903 ca.
Description: View of the Wisconsin Historical Society Library from the University Library's delivery area, showing the coffered ceiling and the mahogany card catalog. A...
Description: A 11-man crew and their "floating" inspection station check trucks for equipment and weight violations. This inspector checks a truck for proper lights.
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