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Description: Interior view of the Congress Tavern, 111 Main Street on a busy night.
Date: 1933 ca.
Description: View of the Presbyterian student chapel at the intersection of State and Murray Streets.
Description: Page from a scrapbook kept by Neighborhood House, with members of the Orioles, a girls' club at the settlement house. There are six images of members displ...
Description: Madison detectives quiz two men who have confessed to having committed fifteen burglaries in the Madison area. Left to right: Vann Millege Kidd, Texarkana,...
Description: George Schlotthauer helps his date, Carol Rusch, with her coat before going to a movie. The photograph was taken for a series of photos themed, "What To Do...
Description: Action shot of the game between Rib Lake and Baraboo during the WIAA state high school basketball tournament.
Description: Three finalists in the all-city Spelling Bee pose with Bob Dick, master pronouncer. Left to right are Patricia Jewson, Nakoma entry, who placed third; Jam...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Rennebohm Drug Store #4 located in the first floor of the Loraine Hotel at 123 West Washington Avenue. Rennebohm added this store to his chain in 1925.
Description: The newly elected officers of the Wisconsin Dames Club, from left, are Mrs. Wayne (Betty) McKibben, vice-president; Mrs. Robert (Evelyn) Gunderson, preside...
Description: Ron Ross, president of the Tri-Association Council of the East Side Business Men's Association, the West Side Business Men's Association and the South Side...
Description: Portrait of the four Cantwell children of 2801 Monroe Street, on a slide at Edgewood School. From top, Michael, Jeffrey, Connie, and Roger.
Description: Group shot of Wisconsin Motor Vehicle Department employees. They include, from left to right, Evelyn Alsheimer (Waunakee), Joan Waterwirth (Fall River), Pa...
Description: The Executive Residence in Maple Bluff. The fence, erected in 1872, originally surrounded the Capitol.
Description: Andrew Serstad, turnkey at the county jail, uses a sledge hammer to smash a confiscated slot machine with Sheriff Lawrence O. Larson looking on.
Description: Ralph Hult, president of Hult's Capital Garage, Inc. presents a check to H. A. Habeck who won the Chevrolet Dealers' Association "OK" slogan contest that w...
Description: Group portrait of the Bob Harmon rink, the first event champion in the Madison Curling club-sponsored mixed bonspiel. Left to right are Bob and Millie Harm...
Description: Children of the University of Wisconsin class of 1928 put on a show for their parents' 25th class reunion that depicted scenes of the UW campus in 1928. P...
Description: Behind-the-scenes workers at WISC-TV make preliminary plans for the Empty Stocking Christmas show. Front row, left to right, Walter Harlu, technical direct...
Description: Capitol Square images from a 1956 Wisconsin State Journal article.
Description: Members of Nakoma Golf Club attend the New Year's Eve "Sno-Ball" dinner dance. They include (left to right) Ruth and William Garrott and A. F. and Emily Ah...
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