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Date: 1954-03-22 

Description: Portrait of Leland Briggs and Mary Lyon, king and queen of the spring semi-formal dance of the Order of De Molay and Order of Rainbow for Girls.

Date: 1958-01-02 

Description: Attendees at Nakoma Golf Club's New Year's Eve "Sno-Ball" admire the table decorations. They include, from left: K.A. Johnson, J.D. Howard, and Nita Howard...

Date: 1958-05-10 

Description: Dr. William Stovall, right, head of the Wisconsin State Laboratory and his assistant, second from the left, Dr. M. Starr Nichols, were honored for their lo...

Date: 1950-01-07 

Description: Dancers at Nakoma's 12th Night Party perform while wearing masks. They are, from left to right, Professor John F. Stauffer, Perle Knope, Lyman Frazier, Ru...

Date: 1947-11-22 

Description: Buffet table for State Hotel Manager's convention, featuring ice carving of the State Capitol building, taken in the Blue Room at Park Hotel, 22 South Carr...

Date: 1947-01-20 

Description: Guests of honor at the East Side Business Men's Association, 2425 Atwood Avenue, 25th anniversary banquet at the Hotel Loraine, from the left: R.L. Hopkins...

Date: 1957-06-03 

Description: John DeMerit receives a trophy from Sam Corona after being named Wisconsin's most valuable player. Other Badgers honored at the Kiwanis luncheon, shown lef...

Date: 1952-03-18 

Description: Miss Ruth Coe (seated on the right), who is president of the Wisconsin State Nursing Association, was the guest speaker of Madison Private Nurse section di...

Date: 1960-01-15 

Description: Four leaders of the Who's New Club attend their 25th anniversary tea. Left to right: Lois Wegener (seated at tea table); Dorothy Uehling, Dorothy Smith, a...

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Women of the Moose

Date: 1954-10-10 

Description: Women of the Moose display Christmas gifts to be given to children at Mooseheart, Illinois and for the aged at Moosehaven, Florida. Darlene Frazier (Mrs. A...

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First Costume Ball

Date: 1949-02-18 

Description: Members of Ethlyn Jefferds' dancing class, fifth and sixth grade students from Shorewood, Randall, and Lakewood schools, attending their first costume ball...

Date: 1952-06-19 

Description: Back row: planners of the Madison city golf meet banquet, left to right: John Secord, Blackhawk Country Club; Walter Rhodes, Blackhawk; Lester Lee, Nakoma;...

Date: 1954-05-26 

Description: View of the ceremonies of the Nakoma Welfare League installation of officers, held outdoors at the Anderson home, 4014 Cherokee Dr. Left to right: Helen H...

Date: 1947-03-05 

Description: At the Community Union's twenty-fifth anniversary, Fred K. Hoehler, the main speaker, stands between D.A. Forsberg, left, and chief Justice Marvin B. Rose...

Date: 1950-01-07 

Description: View of a Home Talent Comedy performance by Charles C. Bradley, imitating Helen Morgan and singing to Mae Zimmerman of 311 North Frances Street. The backg...

Photograph

Christmas Seals

Date: 1949-11-26 

Description: Gov. Oscar Rennebohm presents a check for his contribution to the 1949 Madison Christmas Seal sale to Esther Hermsen of the Madison Tuberculosis Associatio...

Date:  date unknown

Description: An exterior view of people sitting and standing outside of the Monona Lake Assembly Auditorium, which is partially obscured by trees. Designed by Morrison...

Date: 1950-12-10 

Description: Shown from left to right are Vincent Peterson using crutches, the Reverend Jerome Mersberger, pastor of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, and Mickey Hal...

Date: 1953-06-16 

Description: Justice Edward T. Fairchild and Helen Fairchild observe their fiftieth wedding anniversary with an open house.

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Badger Spelling Bee

Date: 1960-05-21 

Description: Wisconsin's 1960 spelling champion, Judy Ann Nichols, rural Sharon, poses with her parents at the Badger Spelling Bee. Her parents, who will accompany her...

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