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Description: Girl Scouts at Camp Greenwood, a day camp at Picnic Point for Intermediate Girl Scouts between the ages of 10 and 14, gather the food they have helped cont...
Description: View across road of buildings at 202 - 222 East Washington Avenue including Pahl Tire Co., Paradise Printing and Federal Center.
Description: Elevated view over the Agricultural Campus across University Avenue towards Middleton, on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Lake Mendota is in th...
Description: Two young boys point to an advertising illustration on an International Scout owned and operated by Culligan, Inc.
Description: Front cover of a pamphlet advertising the Detroit Tractor featuring a photograph of the Detroit 10-20 "plowing in hard ground."
Description: Group portrait with Coach Herbert (Butch) Mueller and his East backfield. Left to right are Capt. Ray Winburn, Jim Woller, Mueller, Doug Hyslop, and Tom Ne...
Description: Umpire Mel Gaestel flips a coin to start the baseball game. Players George Oosterhaus from the Sergenian's Carpet team and Dan Olson from the Optimists tea...
Description: Semi-trailer truck with lettering on the side: "Speed Queen Washers Ironers, Barlow & Seelig Mfg. Co., Ripon, Wis.".
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Ripon College.
Description: Vi Slovin, an employee of the United Packinghouse Workers District One office in Chicago, working after hours to distribute leaflets about the Wilson & Co....
Description: Two men in an International Metro van owned by the "Globe-Democrat", "St. Louis' only morning newspaper." Another man stands on the loading dock behind the...
Description: The Hough HW Payloader was built by Frank G. Hough Company of Libertyville, Illinois. The construction equipment manufacturer was purchased by Internation...
Description: First grade student Frank Eschler has his hearing tested by Sun Prairie Health Council chairman Mrs. Marshall Thorpe. Looking on is student Kathleen Wacket...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Madison Free Library, 206 North Carroll Street. There are two men standing on the sidewalk outside of the library. In addition, there are several automobil...
Date: 1966 ca.
Description: Elevated view of yard with a wood pile for fuel. In the background are roads, porches, and other dwellings.
Beekman Quarters housed 81 people in 23 buil...
Description: David Martinson, junior class president, and his date, Mary Fairbanks, will reign over the Madison East High School junior-senior class spring dance, "Gard...
Description: Group portrait of 17 insurance men, each who have been named by his agency as "Man of the Year." They are at the Madison Association of General Agents and...
Description: Audrey Hobbins and Bill Marshall stand on the porch of the Maple Bluff Country Club while attending a social event for teens.
Description: Group portrait of five "best dressed co-eds" gathered around a piano, at the University of Wisconsin. They were picked in a poll conducted by the Daily Car...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: View of the pioneer monument.
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