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Description: Group portrait of members of a vocational school model airplane builders club, each holding a model airplane with a diagram of a cambered aerofoil from a c...
Description: Martin W. Torkelson, regional director of the State Planning Board, speaking at a hearing on the possibility of putting West Washington Avenue under the Ch...
Description: People cross a State Street intersection in the rain. The College Barber Shop and a Steak House is on the other side of the street.
Description: Four Dane County Highway Police Ford squad cars with one officer standing next to the cars.
Description: Seated in a dual control car used for driver education classes are, from left: Milt Diehl, instructor, and East High students, Bruce Schmidt and John Fillh...
Description: Scene with duplex houses and clouds at sunset.
Description: Exterior of the Emporium Department Store at 15-17 North Pinckney Street, also showing Joe Tittle Meat Market, Rennebohm's drug store, and automobiles angl...
Description: Lewis Arms poses next to his 1932 Chrysler automobile, probably on Milton Street.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two men loading boxes of batteries onto railroad cars with a conveyor belt. French Battery later became Ray-O-Vac Corporation.
Description: Meyers Tire & Accessory Co., 215 East Washington Avenue, with a shipment of new Federal truck tires piled on the sidewalk in the front of the building.
Description: Sidewalk sale in front of Deutschkron family's store, Martin's, 427 State Street.
Description: The Madison Armature Part Company building (formerly the Wisconsin National Guard Armory), 17 Market Place. Photograph is taken from 101 North Blount Stree...
Description: Five men unload a vault door from a railroad car onto truck for the Bank of Wisconsin State Street Branch.
Description: Union Bus Station, 122 West Washington Avenue, with closed depot doors during a strike of the Northland Greyhound bus lines strike.
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm farm, on U.S. Highway 151, five miles east of the Capitol between Madison and Sun Prairie. Shows the barn and bungalow intended fo...
Description: Buick advertising sign in the first block of North Fairchild Street, uncovered by workers who removed another billboard that had covered the old sign.
Description: A rock terrace in the yard of a house at 5606 Old Middleton Road.
Description: O.C. Harris talking on the telephone in the office of his business which is the O.C. Harris Company, 1217 East Broadway, Dane County's only twenty-four hou...
Description: Group of 67 people from Viola, Wisconsin, who came by bus to donate blood to the American Red Cross Blood Bank.
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: The intersection of West Main and North Carroll streets with St. Raphael's in the distance.
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