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Description: Group portrait of five quarterbacks, including Dick Frecka, #27; Glen Wilson, #22; Jim Miller, #21; Dick Simonson, #25; and Jim Haluska, #24.
Description: Interior of Richard Ela Company, 744 Williamson Street, showing a sales counter with a large display of tools. Three clerks and one customer stand near the...
Description: Shown chatting are Delores and Dr. A.V. Kanner, and Irma Taylor. Mrs. Kanner was chairman of the dance committee.
Description: Two people visit with a hospitalized veteran interested in writing who may possibly benefit from the proceeds of the "Holiday Book Sale" sponsored by Theta...
Description: Elevated view of the Wisconsin State Capitol building, showing steel work of North Wing under construction. Crowds of people are gathered on the lawn for t...
Description: Built in 1855 and designed by Milwaukee architect James Douglas, the Grace Episcopal Church is the oldest remaining building on the Capitol Square. Vertic...
Description: Group of men sitting on top of railroad flatbed car loaded with culverts. Sign above them reads, "Capital City Culvert Company," 1335 Gilson Street.
Description: Group portrait of the all-Eagle Four Lakes Boy Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps with their director, from Madison, Wisconsin.
Description: Herbert Bradley, left, is secretary-treasurer of the AIA group. He is shown with Mrs. and Mr. John Steinman of Monticello, and Ruth Bradley.
Description: Detail on the building at 214 West Washington Avenue that, over the years, has been the first synagogue in Madison (Shaare Shomaim or Gates of Heaven), a s...
Description: Four members of the American Association of University Women attend their annual May breakfast. Left to right are Janet Neckerman, Lenore Benedict, Janet S...
Description: The Madison water tower as seen through the stone gateway at the East Washington Avenue entrance to the Capitol Park.
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: View across water towards the "Monona-Mobile" (pontoon car) on Lake Monona, close to a pier on the left where a man is standing and watching. Buildings on...
Description: Martha Nelson (right) of Oxford looks on as Mary Anderson examines a toy nurse's kit she received from Santa Claus.
Description: Fire Chief Edward J. Page (right) and Lieut. Albert Rogg standing next to one of three new Madison fire truck at the Central Fire Station, 18-20 South Webs...
Description: UW President E. B. Fred (second from right), and Student Board president Tom Englehardt (at left) welcome Michigan Governor G. Mennen Williams (second from...
Description: The University of Minnesota football team beat the University of Wisconsin Badgers 26-7. The victory gave the Minnesota Gophers a tie with Iowa for the Bi...
Description: Elevated view from hill of Picnic Point, located on the south shore of Lake Mendota.
Description: Locomotive float which won honorable mention for the Dane County American Legion Voiture No. 683 of the 40 et 8, a replica of French transportation during...
Description: The Atwood / Buck-Neckerman house, at 210-214 Monona Avenue (now Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard). Built by David Atwood and his partner Royal Buck as a...
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