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Date: 1948-05-29 

Description: Reviewing stand for the Wisconsin centennial parade being built on Monona Avenue. Visible in the background are the Woolworth store in the Pioneer Building...

Date: 1959-11-04 

Description: One of the gift wrapping ideas presented at the Dane County Homemakers annual Christmas tea includes a wrapping for a child's gift which includes a jump ro...

Date: 1959-07-07 

Description: Mrs. Constance Elvehjem, wife of the University of Wisconsin president, visits with three guests at the University League tea held to honor wives of visiti...

Photograph

Arnold H. Dammen

Date: 1947-03-01 

Description: Arnold H. Dammen, assistant director of residence halls at the University of Wisconsin, looking at a letter and a Haakon VII Liberation medal from the King...

Date: 1959-09-24 

Description: The annual fall luncheon of the Madison Who's New Club is held at the Towne Club. Shown (L-R) are Mrs. Charles McDuff, formally of Fredrick, MD; Mrs. Ray B...

Date: 1960-02-12 

Description: Eagle Scouts are honored at the first annual Eagle Scouts recognition banquet held at the Madison Elk's Club. Shown (L-R) standing are Eagle Scouts Chester...

Date: 1972-12-24 

Description: Traditional outdoor nativity display at 3434 Lake Mendota Drive, including trees with lights.

Date: 1865-07-12 

Description: A letter written by Wisconsin Governor James T. Lewis to E.G. Ayer of Harvard, Illinois, thanking him for his special care of and attention to sick and wou...

Date: 1948-12-28 

Description: City Clerk Alfred W. Bareis swears in police chief Bruce Weatherly in front of WKOW and WIBA microphones. George Forster, city finance director and acting...

Date: 1961 

Description: Confederate Rest at the Forest Hill Cemetery, showing graves of Confederate soldiers who died as prisoners of war in Madison, Wisconsin, in 1862. The grav...

Date: 1895-07-04 

Description: Fred Thwaites, Harry Turville, and Helen Turville celebrate the Fourth of July with American flags outdoors. There is a barn in the background.

Date: 1948-01-31 

Description: Wisconsin State Journal correspondents, staff members, and guests attending the annual conference of correspondents in the Park Hotel.

Date: 1954-11-09 

Description: W. L. Ragatz with son Dick Ragatz and Dick's date Sally Tisdale illustrate a driving safety point in the "Madison High School Party Code."

Date: 1954-07-04 

Description: Arthur Finnigan eats Cracker Jacks while other children had soda pop and ice cream. The children are at Westmorland Park.

Date: 1950-02-12 

Description: A mortgage burning ceremony was held at the South Shore Methodist Church, 610 Olin Avenue, and more than 100 persons participated. The church was built and...

Photograph

Mother's Day

Date: 1956-05-07 

Description: Mother's Day portrait of Marilyn Johnson with her five children. On her lap are 8-month-old twins, Kevin and Kim. Alongside her, bottom to top, are Kristi...

Date: 1959-08-30 

Description: President Edward Herzfeldt sells tickets for the Monona Grove Businessmen's Association-sponsored Watermelon Festival. Ticket buyers, left to right, includ...

Date: 1957-07-15 

Description: Raymond Lemke, right, congratulates three of the newly installed officers of the Madison Optimists. They are, left to right, Cyril Klingele, second vice-pr...

Photograph

Hungarian Refugee

Date: 1957-02-23 

Description: Lasslo (Larry) Csukardy, a Hungarian refugee, receives the first Valentines of his life from Mrs. Don Andree on the left and Mary Natvig, a teacher at Semi...

Date: 1953-07-03 

Description: After Governor Kohler signed legislation legalizing the sale of caps and cap pistols, many youth prepared to celebrate the Independence Day holiday with th...

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