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Description: Lieut. Walter Thompson, an officer with the Madison police force, receiving the $650 Kemper Foundation fellowship check to attend the traffic police admini...
Description: Madison Central High School football coaches, from left to right: Harold Rooney, Harold Pollock, Robert Alwin, and Frank Lindl.
Description: Group portrait of the Sun Prairie High School football squad, the top-ranking team in the Madison suburban league.
Description: Nine electronically controlled check-out counters will be more efficient in the new Kroger Supermarket. Three persons may use each counter at one time.
Description: Bob Cooper Glass Company building, 755 East Washington Avenue. There is a large tank in the background.
Description: Corporal William (Bill) Lovelace, 319 North Blair Street, returning home after spending one year hiding from the Japanese and two years in a Japanese priso...
Description: Showcase in Stoliker's Gift Shop, 466 State Street, with Elgin-
American ladies powder make-up compacts.
Description: Wisconsin Auto License Bureau Card Typing Department, located at 16-20 East Doty Street. Women government employees are sitting at desks, while a male supe...
Description: Representatives of four Madison high schools completing plans for the skirt and sweater dance to be given for senior high school students under the sponsor...
Description: The base of a lamp post formed in the shape of crouched legs and feet. The lamp post is at the old main Post Office/Madison Municipal Building, 215 Monona...
Description: View of a game in play on Thursday during the boy's high school basketball tournament. Some images and players can be identified by reference to other publ...
Description: Leona Engelberger laces up her white skates; she is a member of the Madison Skating Club at Truax Field skating rink.
Description: Enlarged version of a mocking "warning card" to be placed in railroad trains, buses, streetcars, and other public forums. Warning reads, "Beware! Young and...
Description: Studio portrait of Mary Louise Atwood, eldest daughter of David Atwood.
Description: A.M. Mickelson, 10 N. Owen Dr., inspects the scene of the explosion at the base of Sunset point where three Madison boys were badly burned while playing wi...
Description: Mayme Peterson (Mrs. Alf), seated at table at East Side Women's Club hobby show with her handicrafts, including a pine needle basket.
Description: View of East Main Street businesses: Burdick & Murray Co. at 15-17-19 East Main Street, Feltman and Curme, Tailors, 21 East Main Street, Uphoffs Coffee Sho...
Description: Vern Woodward, University of Wisconsin assistant boxing coach, helps young students during a "Little Boxers" class at the Eagles Club, 23 West Doty Street....
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Lake Waubesa.
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm with cattle handler and a cow next to a truck, with a painted sign on the door that says: "Ray Farness, Morrisonville, WI."
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