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Description: Outdoor group portrait of Conklin Ice House employees posing on a loading dock in front of the ice house on Lake Mendota. Wagons are parked on the left and...
Description: Mrs. Virginia McFadden, a worker at a Salvation Army kettle, receiving a contribution from Roger Helgesen, son of Floyd and Marian Helgesen, Milton.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Elevated view of the Robert M. Bashford house on Pinckney and Gilman Streets. A man wearing a hat stands in the landscaped yard near a small child wearing...
Description: Four-year-old baseball enthusiast Tommy "Hoppy" Corcoran is pictured in his baseball uniform. "Hoppy", named for one of his heros, Hopalong Cassidy, has an...
Description: Pallbearers carrying the casket of Governor Walter Goodland from the Madison Masonic Temple.
Description: Portrait of Audrey Connell, Waukesha, a member of Delta Gamma sorority crowned as the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi.
Description: During a scene from the UW Men's Dolphin Club show "Robin Hood Comes Clean," Don Hart of Whitefish Bay holds a sign with the word "Dungeon" written in larg...
Description: A mailbox, painted with likenesses of animals, insects, and plants, at the Duckwitz residence at 5040 Lake Mendota Drive.
Description: Jimmy Fladen, Christine Mercer, and Paul Vincent manipulate Punch and Judy marionettes in the orthopedic department at Washington School, 545 West Dayton S...
Date: 1965 ca.
Description: Plough Inn, 3402 Monroe Street. Built in 1853 and added onto in 1858. The home was originally built for German immigrants Frederick and Amelia Puanack, and...
Description: Two boxers, Gonzaga University's Gordon Simanton (left) and University of Wisconsin's Gene Diamond, both miss punches in the first bout of the Gonzaga-Wisc...
Description: James Ketchum, left, and Annette Nelson, right, members of the Madison Youth Council, admire their display in the window of Moseley's Book Store, which was...
Description: Zonta Club members Jane Mittelstaedt and Cecetia Mullins watch as a patient at the Mendota State Hospital tries to "hit the clown" with a rubber sponge dur...
Description: Chester L. "Grandpa" Gill cooks for his family at a backyard cookout two months after surgery that required several blood transfusions. Several members of...
Description: A man posing in the doorway of Julius Schadauer's tobacco shop at 101 State Street.
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of George O. Tiffany. He was born in Le Roy, New York, on July 2, 1814, and came to Wisconsin on May 20, 1836.
Description: Walter Heerman discusses the score of Handel's "Messiah" with chorus members. They are Arlene Radl (seated) and, standing left to right, Matthias Cooper, M...
Description: The Montgomery Ward Store Building at 100 North Hamilton, the intersection of Pinckney and North Hamilton. The building was designed by Law, Law, and Pott...
Description: Two members of the Madison chapter of Hadassah at the first annual donor luncheon at the Hotel Loraine. Pictured is Mrs. E.M. (Anita) Weinshel seated at th...
Description: Portrait of two models for the Zonta Style Show: Marie Timlin (left) and June McGovern.
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