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Description: Dane County area directors of the Dane County Area Production Credit Association present an enlarged $5,000 check as final payment of a $120,000 loan to Ge...
Description: Masonic group making plans for the 97th annual state-wide conclave. Left to right: Orrin St.Clair, A.W. Heisig, E.C. Jamison, Floyd McBurney and Ida Heisig...
Description: Jim Grover (right) of the Madison Junior Chamber of Commerce presents Don Christianson with the medal trophy after Christianson won the tournament. Looking...
Description: The thirteen-member behind-the-scenes crew who make the Madison Soap Box Derby possible gathered on the steps of Law Park prior to making final arrangement...
Description: Library staff members at the new consolidated service desk in the Historical Society Library Reading Room. Microfilm cubicles have not yet been installed...
Description: An interior view of a house at 524 North Henry Street, looking at the second floor through a stairwell.
Description: Dr. K.H. Reichel (center) of Frankfurt, Germany spoke at a meeting of the Madison district of the Occupational Therapy Association at St. Mary's Hospital,...
Description: 16 Langdon Street, thought to have been built in 1867 for George Gardner. From 1896 to 1907 it served as the residence of attorney Henry Sheldon and Shepa...
Description: A "RKO Greater Show Season" truck with signs promoting a show at the RKO Orpheum theater, a calliope and two men sitting on top, leads a parade of automobi...
Description: Newcomers to Madison are: Mrs. Wesley S. (Leona) Walker; children Peter, and Jackie; and the family's dog, Renny, a white English Pointer.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Sunroof of the Methodist Hospital, showing patients, nurses, and a view of Lake Monona in the background.
Description: Retiring University of Wisconsin President E. B. Fred, left, receives honors at the Wisconsin Alumni Association Alumni Day banquet. At right is John Keena...
Description: Durfee Brothers Roofing Co. truck in front of a home at 341 West Wilson Street, with a roofer installing shingles on the steeply-pitched roof .
Description: Evan M. Hughes, 68, a war-time replacement as doorman at the Capitol Theatre. Mr. Hughes had a son, Pvt. Robert E. Hughes, who was a prisoner of war by th...
Description: Seven UW Band members play " California Here We Come" on imported English fanfare trumpets decorated with a red satin Wisconsin banner. They stand next to...
Description: Guests at the Who's Who anniversary tea at the YWCA, 122 State Street include, left to right: Mrs. William Rouman, Mrs. Bruce Strong, and Charlene Meier.
Description: Group portrait of the Penn Electric Basketball Team, consolation winners at the city tournament. Front row left to right: Bill Pedder, Jerry Hill, Stan Hil...
Description: Examining the sails of the iceboat the "Mary B" are Jim Lunder, at left, and Mary Ann Bernard, center, and Carl Bernard. right. Mr. Lunder is skipper and p...
Date: 1888 ca.
Description: First and second grade children with their teacher, Miss Drinker, who was temporarily taking charge of Miss Ella Larkin's school. Taken in the front entran...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: 631-635 East Wilson Street. The far right building is an office for Roy's Transfer and Storage Company.
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