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Description: Campaign poster for Hubert Humphrey, 1972 presidential candidate. Text reads, "He cares about the street where you live."
Description: Waist-up oval portrait of Jacob Gundlach. He was born in Kuhr Hessen, Germany, and emigrated to Wisconsin in 1832. In 1851, he became one of the first se...
Description: Governor Walter Kohler, center, congratulates Colonel Carl A. Flom on the activation of the 5956th Organized Reserve Corps School. At left is Major General...
Description: Lady Halifax conversing with Chief Justice Rosenberry while dining. Governor Walter Goodland is on right.
Description: Cyanotype view of the west facade across Bascom Hill of University of Wisconsin-Madison Science Hall.
Description: Ruins of the Senate Chamber at the Wisconsin State Capitol after the fire of February 26-27.
Description: Vertical view of the Richard Ela Company, 744 Williamson Street selling industrial and welding equipment and supplies and Hanley Implement Company 740 Will...
Description: The Bradley House, later the Sigma Phi Fraternity house, after a fire on March 17. A young man is walking in front of the house.
Description: Mrs. Joseph P. O'Brien, 1627 Jefferson Street, with her two daughters, playing in Vilas Park. Pictured left to right: Sharon Anne 2 1/2, and Mary Kay 1, wh...
Description: East Washington Avenue near Union Corners when first reopened after widening in 1955. Several vehicles are visible on the road.
Description: Racks of coats at the May's women's clothing store in the new Madison East Shopping Center on East Washington Avenue. Advertised as the state's first self...
Description: Justice Edward T. Fairchild and Helen Fairchild observe their fiftieth wedding anniversary with an open house.
Description: A tour guide and five new St. Mary's Hospital School of Nursing students sit on Observatory Hill during a tour of Madison. Left to right, Marie Frost, St....
Description: Group portrait of men planning a blood drive for Madison industrial plants at the Dane County Red Cross. Seated are Phillip C. Stark (left) and Bob George....
Description: Television was a feature enjoyed by children and adults at the Madison Home Show. The fascination of new improvements, many of them on display in Madison...
Description: Nellie Arms relaxes with a cold Schlitz beer at Lewis Arms' home on Williamson Street.
Description: View of small domed hill on Highway 19, surrounded by fields.
Date: 1947 ca.
Description: One hundred ninety government surplus trailers, parked near Camp Randall, provided temporary housing for World War II veterans and their families.
Description: Order of Amaranth members packing food boxes for needy families. Shown, left to right: Bella Holly, Anna Hynum, Ruth Lieberman, and Myrtle Jessen.
Description: An informal group is seated under an awning in the garden of the Fairchild house at 302 Monona Avenue (later renamed Martin Luther King Boulevard). Picture...
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