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Description: Group portrait of Rose Rosandlich, from Granton, who was elected Dairy Queen in 1935, and her court. They are, from left to right: Harry [?], Bernice Wegne...
Description: A crane and other machinery are used in the construction of the Wisconsin Power and Light building, 122 West Washington Avenue.
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...
Description: State Street with the Carol Shop and H. H. Petrie Sporting Goods.
Description: Flood at the University of Wisconsin-Madison East Hill Trailer Camp, located at 451 North Midvale Boulevard, south of University Avenue. Looking west, sho...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A view of the Lake Mendota shoreline, including the Armory and Gymnasium (Red Gym or Old Red) and the Old Boat House.
Description: Jody Kurilla and Paul Elvord, both paramedics with the City of Madison Fire Department, responding to a call at 1221 Williamson Street.
Description: Two men service an automobile at Lewis D-X Diamond Service Station, 118 King at Webster St., with the Wisconsin State Capitol visible in the background.
Description: A man dressed in bib overalls poses with a Gardner Baking Company delivery truck. It is parked in front of Plaenert's Grocery. Over the hood in the distanc...
Description: Partial composite panoramic view of the north side of the 600 block of State Street. Businesses include: MacNeil and Moore (women's clothing) and The Tower...
Description: A group of sixth graders, from Lowell School, are shown with a Northwest Airlines plane at Madison's municipal airport as a part of their study of transpor...
Description: Restaurant no longer in business at 2039 Allen Boulevard.
Description: Northwestern passenger train and truck collision at Commercial Avenue crossing in which two people, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Thompson (Alice) were killed. T...
Description: A winter scene of the Capitol Square during the year's record snowstorm. Pictured are Mrs. Francis (Mayme) Harrison, 304 West Main Street, with her two ch...
Description: Exterior of the Twin Gable Barbecue restaurant, where a car is parked at the entrance.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Exterior view from west of University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agriculture. Trees and a sidewalk line the open lawn on the right. Several buildings...
Description: Portrait of a group of young people from the Madison area who will travel together in Europe this summer. Standing, left to right: Helen Olson, Charles Sha...
Description: French representatives arrived in Madison aboard the French Gratitude Train (Merci Train) and were welcomed at the Northwestern Depot by the governor and h...
Description: View across intersection towards the Piper Brothers Bakers and Grocers shop on the corner of Pinckney and Mifflin Streets. Other stores on that block, from...
Description: Standard Seed Company located at 732 Williamson Street, built in 1898. The company moved to 653 West Washington Avenue in 1940.
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