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Description: Mrs. Virginia McFadden, a worker at a Salvation Army kettle, receiving a contribution from Roger Helgesen, son of Floyd and Marian Helgesen, Milton.
Description: Four members of the Madison Youth Council meet to discuss rules of sportmanship at high school sports events. Left to right: Jan Kittleson; Lexy Nesson; L...
Description: Two couples and a man visiting at an Ohio Chemical Company gathering.
Description: Tornado damage at Truax Field area. Barn damage with house in background, two horses survive in the barn despite the damage around them.
Description: Mary Kessenich Schmitz, sitting with her children Martha and David, looking at garden seed catalogs.
Description: One of twenty four images of women visiting the University of Wisconsin Home Economics Department.
Description: Library in the home of Fred and Annie Storer Brown, 121 East Gilman Street. The house was built in 1888.
Description: University of Wisconsin graduate (BS & MS) Anita Reith, director of the Unitarian Meeting House Nursery school, conducts an experiment with two of her stud...
Description: UW track athletes are honored at the annual banquet sponsored by the Exchange Club. Shown left to right: Coach Riley Best, Ed Jacobsen, Sam Mylin, and Ron...
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: Two boys, Verne and Fay Canon, pose outdoors. Verne sits in a small tree and rests his feet on the front tire of a bicycle, while Fay stands and rests his...
Description: William W. Cargill, President of Ray-O-Vac, and a Mr. Krug, watching company employees making electric batteries.
Description: Harold Knudsen sits on the National Junior Racer outside the Capitol Theatre, the prize for a contest conducted by the Fiore Coal and Oil Co., Phillips "66...
Description: Curtis Wittwer, a sophomore, and Marilee Meisnest, a junior, both from Manitowoc, sit and chat on a campus lawn.
Description: Children play on the heavy duty swing at Sunset Park playground. A summer recreation program at the city's parks is supervised by the city's board of educ...
Description: Winners in Zones 4 and 5 in the Optimists Clubs' oratorical contest are selected at the Continental Restaurant. Zone 4 winners and contestants are Philip...
Description: Edison kinetascope, patented in 1897, one of the first motion picture projectors invented by Thomas A. Edison. It is hand cranked and chain driven.
Description: Working on name tags for the Luther League convention at Luther Memorial Church are (left to right) James Goetz, Bobby Jo Petersen, and Joan Risley.
Date: date unknown
Description: A maestro leads shriner musicians from the Zor Shrine German Band as they play their instruments on the steps of the Masonic Temple on Wisconsin Avenue.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Mary and Philp La Follette with several ponies at the La Follette's Maple Bluff farm.
Description: Members of the University League committee organize the winter dinner dance to be held in the Memorial Union. Seated, left to right, are Gretchen Holt, Eva...
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