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Description: Three women discuss plans for observance of the World Day of Prayer to be held at Bethel Lutheran Church. Left to right, they are Mrs. Nadeen Roehm, 1961 W...
Description: Sgt. Tom Sorenson, processing sergeant for Madison area U.S. army draftees, briefing the first recruits to be processed through the Madison army recruiting...
Description: Madison streets, additional Lansing Street addresses, are being paved. Shown are 149 Lansing Street, 141 Lansing Street, 137 Lansing Street, 133 Lansing St...
Description: Fourth of July celebration in Westmorland neighborhood with three men pitching horseshoes. Shown here are Elmer Nielson, 4022 Winnemac Avenue, Ray Heibel,...
Description: Lewis Arms, in his Navy uniform, hugs his mother Mamie (Arms) Hall.
Description: Mailman George A. Perkins receiving a purse containing 25 silver dollars from Marshall Browne, publisher of the East Side News, on the 25th anniversary of...
Description: Four Dane County Highway Police Ford squad cars. with one officer standing next to each car.
Description: State Street with torn up streetcar lines, looking east from Park Street.
Description: Students in a West High School art class make posters to commemorate United Nations Day and to be distributed to business and public places by the League o...
Description: Paul W. Gauger, speech instructor at Wisconsin High School, who is to be the master pronouncer at the spelling championship for the 21 Madison schools.
Description: Exterior from street of the student infirmary on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. There is a large smokestack on the right behind the building.
Description: A group of nine men, members of the Westside Business Men's Association, stand around a table with advertisements for a "Special Train to Chicago" for an a...
Date: 1956 ca.
Description: Wisconsin State Capitol rotunda during the holiday season. A man is standing on a ladder which is on top of scaffolding to decorate the tree.
Description: Benjamin Knotts and a representative of Schultz Tire and Battery Service, with a Schultz tow truck parked in front of the office of the Wisconsin Division...
Description: New officers of the Midwest Shrine Association: Left to right: William J. Dowler, Winnipeg, Canada, president; James G. Peterson, La Crosse, retiring presi...
Description: Four women attend an event to display Dane County Medical Society Women's Auxiliary projects. Agnes Hill (left), Helen M. Wasserberger, Beatrice Kabler, an...
Description: Capitol Theatre at 211 State Street. Entrance under construction is between Fred W. Kruse Co. and Peoples Clothing Co. stores.
Description: Mrs. Judith Lokken, a grandmother of three, was diagnosed with polio in August 1954 but is now virtually recovered.
Description: Living room and fireplace at UW Chancellor's House, 130 N. Prospect Avenue. Pictures throughout the house are from the university's art collection. The big...
Description: Group portrait of the officers of the Women's Auxiliary of the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association during a meeting at Nakoma Country Club. Seated lef...
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