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Description: A three-deep crowd watches an Illinois drum and bugle unit march past in the 9th annual "Drums on Parade," sponsored by the Zor Shrine Activities Associati...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Elevated view of the length of the Historical Society Library Reading Room, including tables, chairs, lamps and skylight.
Description: Reedsburg cheerleaders at the state high school basketball tournament. Left to right are Mary Warten, Paula Krueger, Susy Dohner, Evelyn Koenecke, Ardel No...
Description: Construction of an addition to the State Bank of Wisconsin as viewed from across West Main Street, with automobiles angle parked in foreground. In the back...
Description: View looking up at a man sitting between two women on a roof. The women are wearing hats, skirts and collared blouses, and the woman on the right is wearin...
Description: Pre-race parade for Soap Box Derby, going past 151 East Gilman Street.
Date: date unknown
Description: View across lawn towards the front of the house at 530 N. Pinckney Street, which was built by Magnus Swenson. By 1922 it was occupied by the Delta Kappa Ep...
Description: Exterior view of the Frederick Karberg house located at 25 North Blair Street. The house was later moved to the corner of East Johnson and North Livingston...
Description: A.A.L., also known as Alva A. Lattimer, columnist and poet whose poems have appeared on the editorial page of the Wisconsin State Journal, working at his d...
Description: Four teenagers standing on the stairs at the Madison Club, 5 East Wilson Street, during a holiday formal party. Pictured left to right are: Kendall Glasier...
Description: Family portrait of Pvt. Wilbur J. Hoxie, 1018 Vilas Avenue, his wife, Mildred, and their baby daughter, Roberta. Pvt. Hoxie has just returned home from Cam...
Description: The Shell Oil Company built this service station at 950 South Park Street in 1963. This large single-story service station featured the operator's office a...
Date: 1909 before
Description: Bascom Hall (formerly Main Hall) with dome from Bascom Hill on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: 17-year-old Gerald Edgren, a newspaper carrier for the Capital Times, won a trip to Detroit and Canada in a magazine and newspaper contest sponsored by the...
Description: People stand in the middle of a flock of turkeys at the Frank Lyons Turkey Farm.
Description: Lewis Arms poses with a woman (possibly Helen Berry), who is wearing his Marine Corps hat.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: A cat, which appears to be dozing, is posed with an open copy of Ernest Seton-Thompson's "Wild Animals I Have Known."
Description: The Madison Junior Chamber of Commerce Auxiliary (Jaycettes) plan for their 12th annual benefit style show held in the University of Wisconsin Union Theate...
Description: Clarence L. Greiber, Director of the Wisconsin State Board of Vocational and Adult Education, with Lester Morrisey, a discharged World War II veteran, show...
Description: War hero Capt. Richard I. Bong, of Poplar, Wisconsin, credited with knocking out 21 Japanese planes in the South Pacific, shaking hands with Governor Walte...
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