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Description: Members of the Shorewood Hills Community League sorting clothing collected for the Quaker Relief Organization. From left are: Mrs. Harold R. (Hjordis) Wolf...
Description: Madison and University of Wisconsin artists carried off the major share of the prizes and awards in the 1949 Gimbel Brothers art competition. Seated, left...
Description: Georgia Lloyd Jones and her daughter Florence (Bis or Bisser) on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Agricultural Hall is in the background...
Description: Mal Whitfield approaches the finish line of a track race at the University of Wisconsin Stadium.
Description: Harriet Langsdorf and Nellie Westmont of the Antioch temple, Daughters of the Nile, admire some of the sewing which members have made for the Shrine Hospit...
Description: Photographic postcard of a studio portrait of an unidentified young girl wearing a bathing suit and cap, standing in front of a painted backdrop.
Description: Four blonde mannequins in Manchester's, Inc., window, modeling dresses, purses, and shoes. "Sultry Blonde", Town and Country Company.
Description: Outdoor portrait of three members of the John Bell Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Chapter. They are (from left to right), Edna Pike and Mildred...
Description: Miss America, Margaret Ekdahl, models a blue and rose Moire evening gown with a short white Dolman fur wrap, at the Burdick & Murray Department Store.
Description: Two young co-eds from Maple Bluff, soon to leave for their universities. Pictured sitting on a stone retaining wall outside are from the left: Janet Huiska...
Description: Byron C. Jorns hanging a watercolor painting for an exhibit at the Madison Bank and Trust Company. A series of exhibitions was arranged by the bank to enco...
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Seymour Wilcox. He was born in Madrid, St. Lawrence county, New York, on November 22, 1805. Wilcox came to Wisconsin in Jul...
Description: Charter Street Garage 18 N. Charter Street, with employees of the business standing with customers' cars in for service.
Description: Studio portrait of Benjamin Butts wearing bow tie and suit.
Description: Mothers and small children standing and posing in Vilas Park, with other mothers and older children lying prone, propping themselves up with their elbows,...
Description: Members of the Catholic Holy Name Society march from the Catholic Community Center, located at 15 East Doty Street, to St. Raphael's Cathedral as part of t...
Description: Group portrait of six graduates of St. Mary's school of nursing posed in their uniforms. Pictured from left to right are: Marguerite Hotz, Sheboygan; Donna...
Description: Group portrait of Governor Rennebohm with nine men looking at a boxcar of the CROP (Christian Rural Overseas Program) train. The nine-carload train contain...
Description: Johnny Roventini (known as "Johnny"), spokesman for Philip Morris cigarettes, is shown being interviewed by a woman at the WIBA radio station.
Description: Mrs. A.C. (Eugenia) Bolz looking at the painting "Recess" by Lois Ireland which won the Oscar F. Mayer purchase prize in the Madison Artists Exhibition. Mr...
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