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Description: Nels Anderson of 524 East Washington Avenue tells why he endorses the "fair share" plan of the United Givers Campaign.
Description: WIBA truck and two radio broadcasters on south Midvale Boulevard, the site of the Madison Soap Box Derby.
Description: The St. Raphael School softball team tied for first place in the Madison Parochial softball league and then lost to St. Joseph School in a playoff for the...
Description: Four leaders of the Who's New Club attend their 25th anniversary tea. Left to right: Lois Wegener (seated at tea table); Dorothy Uehling, Dorothy Smith, a...
Description: Portrait of bride Arlene Tiedeman and groom Edward Jankowski, University of Wisconsin and Green Bay football star, with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank A....
Description: Group portrait of the Dizon's Clothiers junior boys baseball team. The team lost to the Mallatt Drug sponsored team in the championship game.
Description: Construction scene of the Canada Dry Bottling Company building at 3396 University Avenue. Frenchy's restaurant is in the background.
Description: Exterior view of St John's Lutheran Church on East Washington Avenue as it celebrates its Centennial. The present building celebrates a Golden Anniversary.
Description: Home economics students at Madison West High School wear clothing made at a Mother-Daughter Night. Left to right are Jane LaCourt, Christine Anderson, Maur...
Description: View from street of a man standing on the sidewalk in front of a grocery store at 300 West Lakeside Street. The overhead sign reads, "F.C. Caves, Meats and...
Description: View of two houses (108 N. Blount and 102 N. Blount) on North Blount Street taken from Market Place showing a corner of the City Market on the left.
Description: The Capital House bill of fare for Sunday, December 2, 1855. Proprietors were Nelson & Russell.
Date: date unknown
Description: Five women pose with arms raised at the Kehl School of Dance.
Description: Buildings on Pinckney Street, including the U.S. Hotel building and a carriage manufacturer. John S. Fuller's studio, "Fullers Temple of Art" was located i...
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: Park Hotel. " 'Park Hotel' South Corner Capitol Park." The reverse side gives a description of the decor and furnishings and lists some of the surrounding...
Description: Harry S. Manchesters Inc. Department Store, 2-6 E. Mifflin Street, and other businesses: Walk-Over Shoes, 8 E. Mifflin Street, Moseley's Books, 10 E. Miffl...
Description: Two coats of arms which are carved into the building face of the Orpheum Theater at 216 State Street above the marquee.
Description: A new, two-color, lithograph press, capable of running off over 7,000 impressions an hour with color perfectly registered, is examined by Walter Larson (le...
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: A drawing of the American House, 1 North Pinckney Street. It burned down in a fire in 1868.
Description: The Madison women's city golf tournament banquet is held at Nakoma County Club. The tournament planning committee includes (shown left to right), seated, M...
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