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Description: Decoration over entrance to Governor's Conference Room in the Wisconsin State Capitol before restoration.
Description: Joan Carol, 3 years, and Ruth Ann, 15 months, daughters of Lieut. Col. Glenn and Mrs. Stell of 5-D University Houses, sit on a couch for a portrait. The ph...
Description: Shown are Jack Stephan, left, and Thomas Towell, right, who both run their own ad agencies. In the center is Frank Hepland, main speaker at the event, and...
Description: Portrait of Bob Rossin, junior letterman from Mauston and Wisconsin's tallest player at 6-71/2", shoots a basket. One of 63 images of members of the Univer...
Description: Charles V. LaDuke, 416 North Butler Street, chief of the guidance section of the Veterans Administration in Madison, greets Eugene A. McDonald of Janesvill...
Date: 1960-01-17 before
Description: Seated left to right are Mrs. Howard Petran, Milwaukee; Mrs. Joseph Meyer, Oshkosh; Ruth Sprenz, Milwaukee; Mrs. Ray Mihm, Green Bay; and Johnnie Meyer.
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 fish hatchery located south of Madison. Willow trees are along the bank on the left. A field and fence are in the background.
Description: Officers of the Madison Panhellenic Council are Joan Schram, membership; Virginia Thompson, vice-president; Nannita Stahl, treasurer; Betty Geisler, presid...
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: From left to right: Annie Hepworth Storer, Mary Porter Storer, Isabelle Corey Storer.
Description: Two masked labels (one positive, one negative) of a sign for The Village Blacksmith Company, Watertown, Wisconsin.
Description: Two couples at the punch bowl during the holiday benefit dance at the Turner Hall. From left are Gail Snyder, Footville; John Fox, Madison; Margot Schmidt,...
Description: Three men make microfilm copies of birth records in the microfilm department at the Wisconsin State Office Building (Capitol Annex), 1 West Wilson Street.
Description: Three bowlers sit around a table at the Women's Bowling Association's spring luncheon. From left are Mrs. Dorothy Golden, Mrs. Ruth Lievan, and Mrs. Helen...
Description: Mary Reppen stands in the kitchen of her and her husband Donald's new residence at 2901 Sylvan Avenue.
Description: Group portrait of the Cuba Club basketball team. Pictured left to right, back row: Maurie Rhode, Don Teuchert, Bob Hinz, anD Roy Ryser. Front row left to r...
Description: A record number of 216 youths attended the third annual holiday formal held for teen age sons and daughters of Elks Club members and their guests. Among th...
Description: Building at 327 State Street to be occupied by B.F. Goodrich (formerly Sherwin-Williams Paint store). Billboards include Coca-Cola, Sunshine Krispy Cracker...
Description: Wisconsin football coach Milt Bruhn observes his team boarding a plane for a flight to California to play the Stanford football team.
Description: View across street towards the Moseley Book Company, at 10 E. Mifflin Street. The storefront is below the offices of Central Life. Next door on the right a...
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