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Description: George P. Steinmetz, Sr., and his son, George Steinmetz, Jr., 2134 Fox Avenue, shown with the Donegal Trophy for winning the Mendota Yacht Club Memorial Da...
Description: Pictured is the Madison Theater's Guild's costume designer who uses only the name Loie.
Description: Co-chairmen of "The Assembly" dance committee are Harriet Sisk, on the left, and Marjorie Bolz on the right, posing outdoors on steps.
Description: A woman standing on her doorstep buys bread from a deliveryman. His truck is parked in the driveway. Text on the truck reads "Capitol Bakers, 'Right' to yo...
Description: Bertha Atkinson, Baron Brothers Department Store buyer, fits a bootie on Norma Widener, 11-months old, being held by her mother Valera Widener. In the fore...
Description: "Lomira High School girl's basketball team celebrates winning the state championship."
Description: Leslie Gillett sits in her traditional antique-filled living room at 3443 Edgehill Parkway in Shorewood Hills. The home will be featured in the Attic Angel...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Leon Lamoreux walking down the sidewalk on South Pinckney Street, Capitol Square. The building on the right is the First National Bank (now the "glass" ban...
Description: James Whalen, boss canvasman with the Ringling Brothers circus, at work in a van.
Description: Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Locomotive #280 at the Madison roundhouse. Identified railroad employees posed outdoors with the locomotive include: fire fig...
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Mockrud and their eight children sit in a front pew at Bethel Lutheran Church while the pastor stands in the pulpit. The youngest child is on...
Description: The interior of the Service Shop, second-hand store at 113 E. Doty Street, with customers looking through the merchandise.
Description: Head and shoulders studio portrait of a young man. Back stamped: Fuller, Gilman's Block, Madison, Wis.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Richard "Dick" Lloyd Jones and his mother, Georgia Lloyd Jones, look at an iceboat on frozen Lake Monona. Houses along the north shore are in the backgrou...
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the front of the Hotel Ogden located at 149 East Wilson Street. Three men wearing suits are relaxing on the porch, with two men sitting on...
Date: 1950 before
Description: Lewis Arms strums a guitar, with one foot resting on the bumper of a car at 629 Milton Street.
Description: Professor Ronald E. Mitchell's Crater Players. Left to right are Muriel Berkson, Edwin Morgan, Clifford Owen and Josephine Bomgardner rehearsing on stage.
Date: date unknown
Description: Holocaust survivor, Rabbi Manfred Swarsensky, teaching a class.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A studio portrait of Forest Middleton.
Description: Norwegian dress and hat displayed as part of an exhibit of Elaine Smedal's "Norwegian Wisconsin as a Source of Design." Elaine Smedal arranged the exhibit...
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