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Description: A sportsmanship award was made for the first time at the spring luncheon of the Ladies' Golf-Bowling League. It was awarded to Mary Brandel, standing secon...
Description: Miss Dorothy Calkins of 1 E. Gilman Street is the new kindergarten teacher at Washington School. Theresa Roche, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roche, 143...
Description: Rennebohm drugstore clerk showing male customer a box of Plenamins vitamins.
Description: Portrait of Alfreda Fauerbach, president and treasurer of O. M. Nelson and Son jewelers, after 50 years of service with the firm.
Date: 1926-03 ca.
Description: Elevated view of men in the Corner Section of Analytical at Ray-O-Vac Corporation.
Description: Colored map with black and white photographic images in wedges at right and left sides. Map extends from Camp Randal stadium at bottom left corner, to Lak...
Description: University of Wisconsin boxer Bill Sensiba lands a left hook on Idaho State's Cliff McFarland during their 156-pound match at the University of Wisconsin f...
Description: Second grade children of Lowell School engage in a class project of making butter as part of a dairy study. Neil Nygaard (right) pours off the buttermilk,...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Photographic postcard of a cecropoia moth, Hylophora Cecropia, on a potted geranium.
Description: Portrait of Madison music teacher Gertrude Kellman, seated at a piano. Kellman teaches at Emerson School.
Description: Two hundred fifty delegates attend the state meeting of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxilliaries. Installation of new state officers was presided over by...
Description: Madison Turnverein men and women performing in a circle formation at Turner Hall, 21 South Butler Street, viewed from the balcony.
Description: Madison's top baseball team this season is the Olde Tymers Club which won the Atlantic League, the top circuit of the municipal program.
Description: Governor Walter J. Kohler Jr. signs a document while four boys, probably newspaper carriers, look on.
Description: Governor Albert Schmedeman sitting in a wheelchair smoking a cigarette, following left leg amputation.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: A two-story gallery of the Historical Society in the Wisconsin State Capitol, with captured Confederate army flags on display. This photograph was taken in...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: The Andrew Proudfit house located at 113 West Washington Avenue.
Description: Visiting nurse Esther Sorensen changes a wound dressing for patient Connie Taylor who is blind and recovering from a fall.
Description: Automobile and truck crash at the corner of Milton and West Washington Avenue in the Greenbush neighborhood. Houses in the 600 block of Milton Street are i...
Description: The parts department counter at Winnebago Auto Replacement Co., 103 North Park Street, which boasted it was the "Largest Automotive Parts and Equipment Hou...
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