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Description: The kaleidescope brick pattern on a wall of the Madison Public Library, 201 West Mifflin Street, built in 1964.
Description: A young barefoot dancer from the Kehl School of Dance in Madison posed with a large globe. Props were often included in dance numbers choreographed by Leo...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Exterior view of Ladies Hall (later Chadbourne Hall) on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. First and second floor porches are visible on side of t...
Date: 1960-01-17 before
Description: Seated left to right are Mrs. Howard Petran, Milwaukee; Mrs. Joseph Meyer, Oshkosh; Ruth Sprenz, Milwaukee; Mrs. Ray Mihm, Green Bay; and Johnnie Meyer.
Description: The fish hatchery located south of Madison. Willow trees are along the bank on the left. A field and fence are in the background.
Description: Officers of the Madison Panhellenic Council are Joan Schram, membership; Virginia Thompson, vice-president; Nannita Stahl, treasurer; Betty Geisler, presid...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Main Street with plank sidewalk and dirt road.
Description: Save the Mounds demonstration around the Capitol Square against Assembly Bill 620. An individual speaks with a crowd in front of him and flag and standards...
Description: Virginia Lee Kehl, a third generation of the Kehl family involved in dance instruction in Madison, demonstrates a ballet "tendu" to a young dancer in costu...
Description: Bluteau's Drive-In Market, 2418 University Avenue, featuring Calvert Liquor sign and fresh turkeys. Sign reads "Clear heads choose Calvert".
Description: Wendell Willkie with two men by the name of Johnson, possibly George H. Johnson and Herbert Fisk Johnson, Sr.
Description: Two officers of the Madison Women's club serve refreshments to two foster parents. They are Marie Oakey, chairman of the Women's Club social service depar...
Description: A lineup of racers await their turn to race at the 1954 Madison soap box derby. Larry Meicher of Madison stands by his racer, "The Iceberg." The are at the...
Date: date unknown
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of four young people. From left to right: Teresa Kalscheur Endres, Frank Kalscheur, Julia Kalscheur, and Ter...
Description: A record number of 216 youths attended the third annual holiday formal held for teen age sons and daughters of Elks Club members and their guests. Among th...
Description: Wisconsin football coach Milt Bruhn observes his team boarding a plane for a flight to California to play the Stanford football team.
Description: View of two Madison boats that will participate in the Inland Lakes Regatta to be held on Lake Mendota. At the left is "Coro," owned by Cornelius Browne an...
Description: Group portrait of 34 student nurses who received their nursing caps, signifying the completion of their first year of nurse's training at Madison General H...
Description: Miss Janet Mcindoe (Mrs. Stephen Gregory) lived in this house at 16 N. Fairchild Street in the 1870s and held a kindergarten class which Stanley Hanks atte...
Description: A pick-up truck from Hult's Capital Garage parks in front of 115 East Gorham Street with several derby car racers in the truck bed.
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