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Description: Glenn M. Wise (Mrs. John Wise), Wisconsin's first woman Secretary of State, arranges a floral center piece in front of a floral pattern of wallpaper.
Description: Businesses along West Main Street during the remodeling of the Blied Building, 29 West Main Street, after the top one and two stories have been removed. Bu...
Description: Exterior view of a house, named "Ode to an Oak Leaf" by its architect James Dresser, and built in 1950 in the style of Frank Lloyd Wright (Dresser was a pu...
Description: Four new employees were added to the staff of the Visiting Nurse service, a Red Feather agency with headquarters at 2059 Atwood Avenue. They include, from...
Description: Ten Madison school children, all fourth through sixth graders, sit with librarian Mrs. E. J. Levenick in the Madison Free Library children's reading room....
Description: Original caption reads, "The path through the Woods-U.W." A sunken dirt path is lined with tree and brush.
Description: Six new records were established in the Madison speed skating finals. Pictured left to right are skaters who led their divisions in the annual city champio...
Description: Exterior of north walkway of Bascom Hall (formerly Main Hall) on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The Lincoln Monument is on the left, and a car...
Description: Mrs. Carl Shubert (left), La Crosse; Mrs. John Steinmann, Monticello; Juanita Potter; and Francis Weiler attend the first invitational social event sponsor...
Description: Carolyn Hermanson, left, registers for YWCA winter activity class while assisted by Mrs. J. H. (Virginia) Gieselman of 803 South Shore Drive, member of the...
Description: Mrs. Fred (Eleanor) Griffith sits on the screened porch of her home at 4204 Hillcrest Drive.
Description: Madison Newspaper, Inc. hosts a picnic to recognize newspaper carriers, each an individual businessman, who carry the papers in any kind of weather. Duane...
Description: The intersection of Atwood Avenue and Winnebago Street known as Schenk's Corners, with the columned Security State Bank building at the center junction of...
Description: An automobile covered in crepe paper with a beer bottle on the front end, and a sign on the top serves as the Fauerbach Brewing Co. float. It was built to...
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Description: A maestro leads shriner musicians from the Zor Shrine German Band as they play their instruments on the steps of the Masonic Temple on Wisconsin Avenue.
Description: Drawing of plans for the Wisconsin State Capitol, with a scale of one inch to 16 feet. The architects were George B. Post and Sons.
Description: Shown at the American Association of University Women tea from the left: Mrs. Ralph A. (Jessie) McCanse; Mrs. Hans H. (Theresa) Reese; and Miss Ruth Campbe...
Description: Christina Dana , president-elect of the West Side Garden Club, and Doris Mohs, the retiring president, stand among the Aboretum crab apple blossoms. The Ga...
Description: Six high school girls planning to attend the Inter-Sorority Council dance to raise money for charity. Left to right are Kay Hoebel, Sharon Reynolds, Ann Ha...
Description: Portrait of Floyd Ferrill, baseball coach at Madison East High School and co-chair of Madison's 11th Annual Shrine All-City Football Banquet.
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