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Description: Marquette School children with their drama teacher Ethel Kaump, in costumes for their play "The Fairy Woods," presented on the banks of the Yahara River.
Description: Wisconsin State Office Building, 1 West Wilson Street.
Description: More than 300 members attend the East Side Women's Club annual dinner, themed "An Evening in Hawaii." Shown (left to right) are Miss Louise Maston, social...
Description: A group of formally dressed people gather at Tenney Park to hear a band concert.
Description: Exterior view of the Ernst Friedlander house at 62 Merlham Drive. It is a Mid-Century modern one-story flat roofed house.
Description: Washington School kindergarten class, 217 N. Broom Street, with children playing in a boat built of blocks.
Description: Wolff, Kubly and Hirsig Company opens new store on Monday, June 29th. Pictured is the basement which contains Do It Yourself, paint, wallpaper, tools, nail...
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: Locomotive, with view east on West Washington Avenue toward the Wisconsin State Capitol. There is a sign near the tracks that reads: "Watch Out for The Car...
Description: Page from a scrapbook kept by Neighborhood House, with members of the Orioles, a girls' club at the settlement house. There are six images of members displ...
Description: The Soap Box derby racer of Pierre Slightam is being guarded by the sister of the builder, Lucretia, daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Francis Slightam. The pictur...
Description: Farm equipment department at the new Sears store, located at 1101 East Washington Avenue.
Date: 1896-08-27 ca.
Description: View of Turville's Point and its shoreline on Lake Monona.
Description: Admiring a late blooming Easter lily in their yard are the sons of Duane Braund, 2634 Union Street. One of the boys is holding a pet rabbit..
Description: Activities at the Teen-Canteen at the YWCA, 122 State Street, are sponsored by the Junior High Y-Teen clubs in Madison. A foursome involved in a card game...
Description: Shown are the honored guests at the Red Cross Annual Dinner in the Hotel Loraine. They are (left to right) City Manager Howell, Mrs. Lohra S. Davies, exec...
Description: Portrait of two University of Wisconsin co-eds recently pledged to Pi Beta Phi sorority at 233 Langdon Street. They are Darlene Petersen, left, and Ann For...
Description: A series of photos of teenagers with the theme "What to do on a date". Mary Sue Miller and Dick O'Connor contemplate what movie to see in one of a series o...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: The monthly horse market on East Washington Avenue between Pinckney and Webster Streets. The 125-foot-high water tower (1890-1921) and Amerika, (1889-1922)...
Description: Portrait of Doris Hanson, who rolled Madison's first women's national honor count in the 1954-55 bowling season in the Ladies Classic League at Schwoeglers...
Description: Shown are 9 of the 140 golfers who captured honors during the Madison Service Clubs' fourth annual golf outing at the Nakoma Golf Club. Pictured left to r...
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