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Description: Young ballerina of the Kehl School of Dance poses in her dance costume which was hand-designed by Kehl seamstresses. Satin ribbons tied around the ankles a...
Description: Portrait of new Nakoma neighborhood resident Russell Henry.
Description: Badger Spelling Champion Beth Knope with her family. Her parents Pearl S. and Sidney E. Knope, are shown seated on either side of Beth, while her 6-year-o...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View from Park Street of Chadbourne Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, with a four-story attached outhouse.
Description: A group of nine girls test the water of Lake Wingra prior to beginning a swimming lesson.
Description: Governor Walter Goodland and Mrs. Goodland board the train for the Republican Governors conference in St. Louis. The meeting was called by Thomas E. Dewey,...
Description: Photographic postcard of Forest Middleton, left, sitting cross-legged on a chair holding a pipe and glancing at a friend, possibly Eddie Quick. There is a...
Description: Darilyn Dean (left), Julie Gillette, Dale Johnson, and Billy Stokes attend a costume party for sixth graders of Jefferds dancing class.
Description: Portrait of Mary Stewart, a woman who recently applied for a job through the Women's Service Exchange and is now employed as a secretary to the director of...
Description: Portrait of Joseph L. "Roundy" Coughlin, sports columnist for the Wisconsin State Journal.
Description: Building on corner of 2150 East Washington Avenue.
Description: Wisconsin High School students wear choir robes while rehearsing for a World Day of Prayer observance. They include, from left to right: Jean Selje, Lavone...
Description: Exterior of the Kessenich building, later known as Yost's, located at 202-203 State Street. The building was designed by Frank Riley in 1923.
Description: Dane County Telephone Co. horse-drawn service and installation wagon. The Wisconsin State Capitol is in the background. Dad Schroeder and Oscar Quale are...
Description: Four Wisconsin High School female students painting posters for the Philomathia formal to be held February 19 at Wisconsin High School. Philomathia is a gi...
Description: Mike Ubber of 526 Spruce Street, a worker at the Olin Avenue dump, saves a little money from his salvage business each year to donate to "Roundy's Fun Fund...
Description: Freeman Clevidence, Director of Dane County Farm Bureau Cooperative, 301-303 South Paterson Street, seated at his desk.
Description: Mendota grade school during construction.
Description: Police Captain, J. Homer Elder, new Chief of Traffic, talking with a citizen at the Traffic Bureau window.
Description: Waist-up outdoor portrait of Eugene Parks.
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