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Description: Dr. Sigfrid Prager, retiring conductor of the Madison Civic Symphony orchestra and Madison Civic Chorus, Farewell Dinner. Left to right are honoree Dr. Sig...
Description: Harry Hall, 1848 Yahara Place, is shown watering his lawn with a hose attached to a electric air compressor which is pumping water from an eight foot pipe...
Description: The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer "Trackless Train" parked in front of the Hotel Loraine on West Washington Avenue. The YMCA can be seen on the right. The "Trackless...
Description: Food not gas is now the fuel of choice at Monty's Blue Plate Diner in Madison. This former station once again serves as the lively neighborhood meeting pla...
Description: Danielle Dresden, writer and director at Tap-It New Works, Inc.
Description: A group of sixth graders, from Lowell School, are shown with a Northwest Airlines plane at Madison's municipal airport as a part of their study of transpor...
Description: Navy cooks and bakers assisting a demonstration by Chef Carson Gulley, UW residence hall chef.
Description: Sid poses rakishly in the Gisholt printing room. He is wearing a long-sleeved white shirt with a bow tie. A print dryer is in the background.
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of James Morrison. He was born in Randolph County, Illinois, on September 30, 1799, and came to Wisconsin on May 5, 1828. Morr...
Description: Fourth of July flag drill at Vilas Park, choreographed by F.W. Kehl in Madison. The land for Vilas Park was donated to the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive...
Date: 1954 ca.
Description: E.B. Fred Hall, the first home of the bacteriology department, on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. A person is shoveling dirt in front of the bu...
Description: K.P. Buchholtz serves his four children hamburgers cooked on an outdoor grill. They are, from left, Kay, 9; Emily, 7; Paula, 4; and Louis, 3.
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Hugh McFarland. He was born in Plumbridge County, Tyrone, Ireland, on June 22, 1815. McFarland emigrated to Wisconsin in...
Description: Charles Loewenberg, manager of the Strand Theatre, and Aldro Wasley, photographer, wearing a Strand jacket and jodhpurs on E. Mifflin Street.
Description: Sherwyn Woods, standing at a podium, and Joanne Conlin, sitting with pad of paper and pencil. They are members of the negative debate team of Wisconsin Hig...
Description: Doctor John E. Gonce examines a child's throat while other children wait in line, in order to go to "The Capital Times" Kiddie Camp.
Description: Sid Boyum, at right in the director's chair, and a Gisholt executive on the left. They are sitting while working on a Gisholt film.
Description: Bill Mickle, left, and Edwin Smythe pose with the motorcycle on which they traveled to Fairbanks, Alaska on a recently completed 12,000 mile summer vacatio...
Description: Shown at the Dr. Cornelius A. Harper recognition event, left to right, Dr. Carl N. Neupert, state health officer, and Mrs. Melba Neupert; and Dr. and Mrs....
Description: Jim Urquhart crossing the finish line as he sets the annex record for the two-mile indoor run at the University of Wisconsin Athletic Annex, 702 Langdon St...
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