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Description: Portrait of the committee chairmen who are making arrangements for the semi-formal dance of the Tri-Hi sorority to be held at the Hotel Lorraine.
Description: Plans are being completed for the organization of a Women's Auxiliary to the Dane County Bar Association. Wives of the lawyers will make up the membership....
Date: 1971-03 ca.
Description: Poster announcing the Ann Arbor Film Festival, presented by Broom St. Theater and St. Francis House, held at the St. Francis House, 1001 University Avenue,...
Description: Herb Pierstorff, mechanic, shown on the left with Merlin Loe, apprentice mechanic, recently discharged veteran of the Armed Forces, at Waters Motor Company...
Description: Simpson's, 23-25 North Pinckney Street. Woman modeling a suit, with hat, gloves and purse.
Description: Colored map with black and white photographic images in wedges at right and left sides. Map extends from Camp Randal stadium at bottom left corner, to Lak...
Description: Modern kitchen with breakfast bar, stove and dishwasher.
Description: Robert Muchlenbruch demonstrates a new ironer to Eleanor Stoops and her daughter Barbie at the Madison Home Appliance and Radio Show in the East High Schoo...
Description: Mae Sommers Rink of Portage at Bonspiel in Madison. Left to right: Mae Rogers, Jean Westcott, Mae Sommers, and Peggy Winkler, all of Portage.
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.
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: A picnic of the Goldenberger family of Madison. Ben Goldenberger is the leftmost standing man. The Goldenberger family came to Madison in the 1850s.
Description: View of the main copper lines that bring power into the State Capitol building through a tunnel from the state power plant. Four connecting points are visi...
Description: Water safety accident prevention and first aid are the themes of the mural being completed by East Junior High School pupils for the east wall of the Junio...
Description: Five men (Saul Sinaiko and his son Donald Sinaiko and three others), stand in front of a liquor bottle display at the Badger Liquor Shop, 402 State Street.
Description: Ethel H. Martin, left, secretary of the Cosmos Dance Club, and Hazel M. Hofsteen, right, wife of the club treasurer, consult over the arrangement of place...
Description: Female clothing models, Beverly Muenchow and Eileen Regan, at the Darling Shop, located at 9 East Main Street. They are wearing skirts with blouses and sad...
Description: Four of the new directors of the Wisconsin Council of Churches. From left to right are: Rev. Victor L. Thomas, Watertown; Rev. Merrill R. Abbey, Madison;...
Description: Portrait of J. Rodney Fusch, chairman of Madison's "Brotherhood Week", sitting at his disk in the First National bank, where he is director of personnel.
Description: "Wisconsin" statue on top of the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: Portrait of models for the Zonta Style Show. Ethel Trenary stands at left and Beverly Stark appears at right.
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