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Description: At Gabbei Motor Co. at 412 East Washington Avenue, one man works on the engine of a car while another machines a part in the company garage.
Description: The Main-King Tap Room Softball Team, prior to the city softball championship game.
Description: Glenn M. Wise (Mrs. John Wise), Wisconsin's first woman Secretary of State, posed in the kitchen cooking.
Description: Dr. Sherwin Woods, guest speaker at the 12th annual Madison Youth Council Banquet, talks to two teenagers attending the banquet. Shown (left to right) are...
Description: The Wisconsin State Legislature listens to a speech by Governor Walter J. Kohler, Jr. The senators are seated in the first row, with Warren Knowles seated...
Description: Mrs. Herman Erfurth (Verona), Mrs. Edgar Messer (Beaver Dam), and Mrs. LaVerne Johnson (Verona). Mannequin (in the background) and women view an exhibit o...
Description: Page from the scrapbook of bike hosteling trips sponsored by Neighborhood House, with highlights from the second hostel trip to the Post Farm Hostel in Mad...
Description: Three Pi Beta Phi graduates, one in cap and gown, left to right, Mary Jean Zentner, Wauwautosa, wearing cap and gown, Jo Ann Rose, Decatur, Illinois, and M...
Description: Carol Jack, Janet Saevre, and Gilman Voss are among the 5000 high school musicians at the State Solo-Ensemble Festival held in Madison.
Description: Michael G. O'Neill seated in a chair with a railroad lantern. He lived at 526 West Wilson Street and worked 40 years for the Milwaukee Road.
Description: Security State Bank, 1965 Atwood Avenue with a street light in the foreground. The Gem Theater, later known as the Palace Theater, 1953 Winnebago Street,...
Description: The Madison Redevelopment Authority joined in the city's program of locating and permanently marking land survey corners in the Madison area. Here they mar...
Description: Attending tryouts for the Youth Summer Theater are left to right, Mazelle Sturlaugson, Larry Oppriecht, and Tom Logan. The theater plays at Madison playgro...
Description: Dorothy Blank receiving donated money for the Empty Stocking Club from newspaper carrier boy Gordon Schaaf in front of a Christmas tree.
Description: Display of German "war junk," including fire arms and clothing, exhibited at the East Side Business Men's Festival. The souvenirs on display were collected...
Description: View of a filled parking lot at Block 53, 300 block of West Mifflin Street.
Date: 1904 ca.
Description: Monona Bay from the railroad trestle looking southwest, close to where the railroad tracks cross North Shore Drive (now Brittingham Park) with old houses a...
Date: 1973 ca.
Description: The Mears house, 420 North Carroll Street, built in 1871 for James Mears.
Description: Kroger Grocery & Baking Company semi trailer truck with Clock bread sign on the side.
Description: 2700 Marshall Court, Doctor's Park, Shorewood Hills.
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