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Description: A crowd watches as a stream of water is trained on the south wing of the burning third Wisconsin State Capitol. The Centennial Fountain, with a winter cove...
Description: Large group of Knights of Columbus women, standing in front of buses made to look like railroad cars. They are returning from a convention held in Racine.
Description: Man playing accordion and man playing guitar at the Town Club, located at 2501 Sherman Avenue.
Description: Elaine Schluter (left), Judy Beyers, Pat Whitney, and Dolores Reimer enjoy soft drinks and doughnuts at the 'get-acquainted' party.
Description: Gene Charmley, boy scout, applying rouge to the pitch lay upon which he is about to begin polishing for an 8-inch lens used in the reflector type telescope...
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Scene along Willow Drive, later known as "University Drive," on the shore of Lake Mendota, showing the neo-Gothic carved bridge. View from shoreline of t...
Description: Sophie Siebecker, Executive Secretary of Family Service, dictates a letter to her secretary Mae Dieden. Dieden received her position through the Women's Se...
Description: Head and shoulders portrait of Amos Parker Wilder, editor of the Wisconsin State Journal, and father of writer, Thornton W. Wilder.
Description: Mary Sparkman (left), Ann Vincent, Patricia Camp, Mrs. Paul L. Higley and Sena Kvitle attend the Westmorland Community Association Annual Party held in the...
Description: Newcomers to Madison are: Mrs. Wesley S. (Leona) Walker; children Peter, and Jackie; and the family's dog, Renny, a white English Pointer.
Description: Mullarkey's Spic & Span Cleaners, 3322 University Avenue.
Description: An automobile parks in front of a Trachte building at King's Korner used car lot, 1102 East Washington Avenue. King's Korner is owned by King Motors Incorp...
Description: Bertha Atkinson, Baron Brothers Department Store buyer, fits a bootie on Norma Widener, 11-months old, being held by her mother Valera Widener. In the fore...
Description: National Lutheran leaders work with Madison area lay leaders to keep the National Lutheran Evangelism Conference running smoothly. Shown (left to right) ar...
Description: Interior view of the new First Baptist Church located at 518 North Franklin Avenue, showing the sanctuary with laminated wood beams and Gothic proportions.
Date: date unknown
Description: A large burial mound near the south side of Governor Nelson State Park.
Description: The Farm Short Course is a 74-year-old institution at the University of Wisconsin which has enrolled 12,414 students over the years. Attending the reunion...
Description: Fourth graders in Mrs. Jerry Frei's class at Marquette school celebrate Mexican studies by writing a play, "Mexican Fiesta," and adopting Spanish names and...
Description: Nine year old Kevin Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hall of 4321 Hegg Avenue, creates a splatter painting as a summer project in answer to the question:...
Description: Native American artist working at an easel, taken for WHA, the Wisconsin State radio station.
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