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Description: A man posing with a fishing pole in his hand is bending over while leaning against a board in Sid's snowy backyard. He is wearing hip waders, a hat, and a...
Description: The art conservator Anton Rajer uncovered evidence that the Wisconsin State Capitol was originally richly embellished. This is one of three examples of ori...
Description: Dr. Clair Turner, Assistant to the president of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, is shown at the left as he conferred in Madison with a gro...
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison students along State Street near The University Coop bookstore at Lake Street.
Description: Meier's Garage, located at 1313 Regent Street. The garage did general repair, as well as greasing, washing, and auto radios. Eight employees are in front w...
Description: Decorative holiday tea table center piece created by Mrs. C. A. Sakrison of Middleton. The displays were sponsored by the West Side Garden Club and shown a...
Description: Joan Wilke, a university student from Milwaukee, practices her golf swing at the Fairway Golf Range ,2211 South Park Street.
Description: Full-length studio portrait of two women, Mrs. John Zander (Mamie Endres Zander), and Catherine Endres Mick, wearing fashionable clothing, including muffs,...
Description: Portrait of Ramona Kivlin (left) and Marcy Kleinsteiber, Class A doubles winners in the Madison Woman's Bowling Association tournament. In the original new...
Description: Group portrait of Eugene E. Brossard, and two unidentified young couples. Mr. Brossard was well-known as the reviser of Wisconsin statues.
Description: Officers of the Wisconsin Business and Professional Women's Club attending a tea at the Governor's Residence, 130 E. Gilman St. Left to right around the se...
Description: The 17th session of Badger Girls State got under way with opening exercises at the University of Wisconsin Commerce Building.
Description: Warren Jollymore, Wisconsin State Journal staff member, receives Madison's Junior Chamber of Commerce "Outstanding Young Man of the Year" award from Floyd...
Description: Charles H. Haynie, executive officer, and Arthur G. Field (right), commanding officer of the reserve unit, are shown serving food to Hobert & Donna Frank...
Description: Group portrait of three members of American Legion Post 501 who are active commanders. They include, left to right: Robert Wold, Dane County commander; Har...
Description: Winter view of exterior of Lappley Bros. Lumberyard and Feed Mill.
Description: Keith Johnson, West High student, is pictured as he crosses the finish line of the 440-yard dash which he won in 55 seconds. He was competing in the Madiso...
Description: Exterior of the Masonic Temple, 301 Wisconsin Avenue, from West Johnson Street corner.
Description: Group portrait of the East High School sophomore basketball team in uniform with their coach.
Description: A man operates a large floor mounted drill press at Monarch Machine Shop, Inc. at 2530 Pennsylvania Avenue. The operator may be Nils Levander, president.
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