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Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Napoleon Willows at the foot of North Livingston Street and Lake Mendota.
Description: Arriving for the holiday benefit dance for the young marrieds and college age crowd at the Turner Hall are Robert Hamilton of Maple Bluff and Rae Marie Roc...
Description: One of Madison's "Red Feather families" are Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. (Nancy) Anthony, Jr. of 3512 Blackhawk Drive in Shorewood Hills are one of Madison's "Re...
Description: Two officers and their wives chat during the dance held by the newly organized West Side Kiwanis Club. From left to right are the Rev. Robert Towner, presi...
Description: Mr. Larson presents the Moose Whippet prize car to the winner at Whippet Knight Sales Company, 437 W. Gilman Street.
Description: View of the Memorial Day Parade on South Carroll Street from the roof of the Park Hotel. The parade featured two marching groups: a military band in fron...
Description: Lewis Arms, who is wearing his Marine Corps uniform, poses outdoors with his sister Nedra.
Description: Mrs. Aline W. Hazard, mother of Pfc. William R. Hazard, holding a letter from her son written on personal stationery of Adolph Hitler. He was with the firs...
Description: University of Wisconsin vs. Marquette football game. Jim Embach, Wisconsin No. 41; Joe Kelly, Wisconsin No. 54; Vic Wojoik, Marquette No. 40 and Bob Ottoso...
Description: Poster advertising for the world premiere of "Childhood II: A Nude Encounter," a documentary film at the Stage Door Theatre, part of the Orpheum in Madison...
Description: Lester and Robert Lee, 4229 Wanda Place, looking at golf score card.
Description: Portrait of Phillip Drotning, executive secretary to Governor Walter J. Kohler and surviving recipient of 30 pints of blood from the Red Cross during surge...
Description: Stan Cutler's Bar X Tavern interior, 123 East Main Street, the bar and booths have a Western theme.
Description: Three women buying war bonds at Manchester's Department Store while two clerks ring up the sale. The three women are all wearing fur coats, as it is a spec...
Description: Governor Philip F. La Follette handing pen to Assemblyman Schmiege after signing old age pension bill
Description: First vice-president of the Wisconsin League of Women Voters, Mrs. Ernest T. Clough of Milwaukee, serves tea at the executive mansion after a session at th...
Description: Shown at the 8 a.m. rally at the Orpheum theater are, from left, Harry McGuire, Wolff Kubly and Hirsig, rally chairman; Herbert Martin, J. C. Penney Co., c...
Description: Group portrait of four award winners at the annual meeting of the Wisconsin Easter Seal Society. In back are Mrs. Frank Rehauer of Two Rivers and Ralph Ell...
Description: Lewis Arms poses with his sister and other children on Easter Day. Front from left to right are Nedra Arms (sister) and John Hall. From left to right behin...
Description: Poster publicizing a lecture by Peter Saul, a visiting artist in the University of Wisconsin-Madison art department. Features a crude cartoon of a woman ho...
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