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Description: Mrs. Doris Grove is shown handing a Red Cross information card to her son, LT. James Grove. Mrs. Grove is one of twelve graduates of the first class of so...
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: A boat full of men and women enters the lock on the Yahara River at Tenney Park.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Forest Middleton poses with his sled as his father, William, works with an iceboat behind him on frozen Lake Monona. There are other iceboats and boathouse...
Description: Right view of the White Front Grocery at 610-12 Mound Street in the Greenbush neighborhood.
Description: University of Wisconsin coeds sit in a boat surrounded by sand bags in front of Ann Emery Hall, 265 Langdon Street, an independent women's dormatory. It w...
Date: 1971-01-28 ca.
Description: Poster advertising exhibitions at the L'atelier Gallery. On display are works by J.P. Schmelzer and Gina Larson Van Veghel.
Date: 1954-01-29 ca.
Description: Iceboats prepare to race in the Hearst Cup Challenge on Lake Monona. From left are the iceboats "Fritz," "Mary B." and "Dutchman."
Description: Members of the East High School band pose with their instruments for a group portrait.
Description: Clark Station located at 1129 South Park Street.
Description: John Bassler, Virginia Lee Kehl, Robert Kessenich, and Jo Ann Trainor in Greek costumes enjoying refreshments at the Phi Kappa Fraternity, Toga Party dinne...
Description: Portrait of Lieutenant Commodore Robert J. Murphy, Navy ROTC, (right) with Mrs. Murphy, and their sons David, age 9, and Thomas, 7.
Description: Elegant RCA Victor Radio display window in the Taylor Electric Company store, located at 201 E. Washington Avenue.
Description: Portrait of four officers of the Southern Wisconsin Dental Assistants' Association. The president, Mrs. Florence Martin, is seated. Other elected officers...
Description: Portrait of the chairmen of the committees planning Charter Night to honor charter members of the West Side Business Men's Auxiliary. Left: Marie Weidemann...
Description: Acting City Manager George Forster signs a proclamation to observe Optimist Week in Madison. Standing left to right are: C. B. Beebe, director of the Optim...
Description: Louis Holland of Union Grove High School tied the sprint record during the Madison West Relays at the Camp Randall Memorial building.
Description: Group portrait of the winners in an annual city skating meet, front row, l to r: Phillip Oren, Dick Simonson, Gail Wold, Patsy Gibson, Gary Melcher, and H...
Description: Groves-Barnhart Business School students studying in a classroom.
Description: Shown are the Madison Women's Bowling Association team champions and Bee's Tavern (1909 S. Park St.) lineup. Left to right, they are Marcy Kleinstelber, Fr...
Description: United States Senator Joseph H. Ball (R-Minn.), shaking hands with acting Governor Goodland at a luncheon for Republican Presidential candidate Harold E. S...
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