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Description: The sessions, at the 4-H picnic, centered along the theme, "Preparing Today for Tomorrow" and were held Monday through Thursday on the University of Wiscon...
Description: Architectural sketch by Madison architect Lewis Sieberz of the proposed new Madison Labor Temple, to be constructed at 335-341 West Johnson Street. The bui...
Description: Madison low handicap junior golfers from Madison's three golf clubs compete in the annual inter-club tournament at Blackhawk Country Club. 18-hole represen...
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: The landing of the "Spirit of St. Louis," carrying Charles Lindbergh.
Description: Portrait of Edgar F. Gerhardt, owner of two drug stores located at 2134 Atwood Avenue and 2929 Atwood Avenue. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin...
Description: A decorated pumpkin serves as a table centerpiece. It is decorated with a face, a hat made of fresh flowers, and attached leaves for hair.
Description: Members of the Baroque Ensemble provide music at the YWCA invitational membership and leadership tea held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. G. (Phyllis) Jacob...
Description: Portrait of West Junior High School student Laura Crow, age 12, who created a crayon sketch of a family scene as viewed through a large picture window.
Description: New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller is greeted by two former governors of Wisconsin at the Madison Municipal Airport. The potential presidential candidate...
Date: 1875-09-10 ca.
Description: View looking west across the area once occupied by Camp Randall during the Civil War and towards the Breese Stevens farm property. The Madison Centennial...
Description: A group of Lapham School third grade children line up to begin a tour of the Bowman Farm Dairy on Fish Hatchery Road. At the head of the line are George H...
Description: Two women attend the annual banquet for members of Matrix, an organization for women journalists; they include June Brown, left, and Margaret Russell, both...
Description: Exterior view of businesses along 1831-1841 Monroe Street including H & R Variety store, Schensky Hardware, Archer's Pharmacy and Main Western Auto.
Description: The Butler house at 625 West Lakeside Street with a snow-covered lawn.
Description: A Madison police officer at the new police telephone switchboard at the police station, 14 South Webster Street.
Description: The Kehl School of Dance Building, 309 West Johnson Street, later the Madison Labor Temple, which was built in 1898.
Description: Mrs. Edward A. Schilf (far right), a new member, is shown engaging members of the receiving line. From left to right, they are Laura Munson, president of...
Description: Jack Burkhalter, nine-year old Cub Scout, grinding and polishing a lens for the telescope he is building. Jack may be the nation's youngest amateur telesc...
Description: McDonnell House at 424 North Pinckney Street. Interior photograph of stairs and stairway railing.
Description: Wisconsin forward Mike Daly dribbles toward the basket during the basketball game between Wisconsin and Oklahoma at the University of Wisconsin fieldhouse.
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