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Description: Lineup of 13 Ford City Car Company taxicabs and their drivers in front of the City Car Co., 601 - 603 West Washington Avenue. The view also contains Madiso...
Description: Jack Pelton, operator of the Pelton Seed and Supply Company, 1004 South Park Street, shown with a customer in his store.
Description: A mobile silage processing equipment truck owned by the Black Earth Farm Service company.
Description: Portrait of William Farrell (left), Ida Holman, and Robert George at the opening of Gisholt's sight-safety program.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Wisconsin State Capitol from the Madison Club, looking north along Monona Avenue, now Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, with the Elks Club and Avenue Hote...
Description: Two Madison teachers, Ruth Allcott of Wisconsin High, and Lillian Simonson, Marquette principal, are shown experimenting with a new "teaching gadget" for u...
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: View from Lake Mendota of house at 630 N. Lake Street. Robert C. Spencer, architect.
Date: 1927 ca.
Description: William Pence house, located at 168 N. Prospect Avenue, designed in 1909 by Claude and Starke, architects.
Description: Members of the East High School basketball team pose for a portrait in uniform, left to right; Gordy Morris, Gary Messner, Ted Blackney, and Lloyd Sarbacke...
Description: Three teenage girls carrying shovels on their shoulders cross a wooden foot bridge. More than 150 Madison high school pupils recruited through the Madison...
Description: Harry Dyer (b.1864), a former logger and Mississippi riverman, with Helene Statman-Thomas.
Description: A gargoyle is the centerpiece in this ornate stilted arch design above the marquee of the Capitol Theatre at 213 State Street.
Date: 1972-01 ca.
Description: Poster publicizing a concert film of The Rolling Stones, entitled "Gimme Shelter," which played at the Union Play Circle, January 27-30, 1972. Features a b...
Description: Manchester's Department Store, 2-6 East Mifflin.
Description: A scene from a variety show is put on by University of Wisconsin Dames Club units. Actresses in a comedy-tragedy, "Apologies to the Greeks," given by the V...
Description: Portrait of two new eighth grade teachers at Cherokee Heights school; they are Robert G. Elsom of 3000 Plymouth Circle and Miss Elizabeth (Becky) Russell,...
Description: The Rod Jamieson Rink of Poynette wins the second event of the Madison Curling Club's annual Invitational Bonspiel. Left to right: Rod Jamieson, Les Schult...
Description: Mary Lou Clingman receives her prize, a Hart Schaffner & Marx suit, from W. M. Harris, president of Olson & Veerhusen, for winning first prize in a contest...
Date: 1944-12-06 ca.
Description: Wisconsin Governor Walter S. Goodland seated at his desk in the Capitol with pipe in hand.
Description: Joseph (Roundy) Coughlin, sports columnist for the Wisconsin State Journal, poses with six girls who raised money for the Roundy's Fun Fund by having a bac...
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