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Description: View up street towards 228 Langdon Street, which was built in 1871 for attorney J.M. Flower. From 1875-1899 it served as the residence of distinguished Uni...
Description: Aerial view of Madison, including Yost's, State Street, The Orpheum Theater, Hills, the Madison Public Library, block 64 parking, East Johnson Street, and...
Description: "Winter Rose" will be the theme of the Catholic Junior League's dance at the West Side Business Men's Club. Committee workers, left to right, are Barbara P...
Description: University of Wisconsin boxing team member James Sreenan.
Description: View from path of a footbridge over the lagoon in Tenney Park. A man is walking along the path on the right. Trees are along the shoreline.
Description: Interior of the Rohde's Steak House special football luncheon menu, with spot illustrations of football players in action, and featured items on the menu (...
Description: Valera Widener and her children: Norma (on her lap), Franklin (left), and Lyall (right), in Baron Brothers Department Store drinking milk provided by the E...
Description: Madison Elks, at the scoring table, ready to take part in the 27th Annual Elks National Bowling Tournament at the Plaza Alleys, 319 North Henry Street. Lef...
Description: Portrait of Nora and Charles DeHaven taken for their golden wedding anniversary. They lived at 1504 Williamson Street, had 8 children, 21 grandchildren, a...
Description: The living room of the Arthur Vinje home at 2800 Mason Street with the family Christmas tree and other holiday decorations.
Description: Manchester's Department Store, 2-6 East Mifflin.
Description: The Charles N. Brown residence, 271 Langdon Street, erected in 1886 and demolished in 1929. Brown was an attorney who served as court commissioner, and wa...
Description: Sen. John Kennedy, a leading Democratic presidential hopeful, began an intensive three-day speaking tour in Wisconsin with a breakfast with politicians and...
Description: Side view through trees of Wisconsin High School.
Description: Senator Jess Miller auctioning a Collie puppy in front of a WIBA microphone in the Wisconsin State Capitol. Governor Goodland donated the proceeds of the s...
Description: View from shoreline of a dam constructed of concrete and wood. On the other shoreline are houses and other wood outbuildings.
Description: View down platform between two railroad trains of men unloading freight onto wagons from a Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway freight car at th...
Description: Pierce home, also called the Garnhardt home. Located at 424 North Pinckney Street. The house was built about 1857.
Description: Three members of the Madison marine reserve unit board a train for duty in Korea. From left to right are Capt. J. J. Warner, Capt. John Jensvold, and Lieut...
Description: Studio portrait of Mary Louise Atwood, eldest daughter of David Atwood.
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