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Date: 1954-07-18 

Description: Twelve year old Carol Sorenson of Janesville stands on a golf course with a golf club. She will compete with Marilyn Hall of Milwaukee for the junior golf...

Date: 1953-11-09 

Description: Three children look at a picture book at the Morningside Sanatorium for tuberculosis patients. Money from the sale of Christmas seals was used to redecorat...

Date: 1945-03-27 

Description: Janet Oldenburg decorates Easter eggs as her sister Nancy watches. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh (Elizabeth) Oldenburg, 3429 Crestwood Drive,...

Date: 1954-10-19 

Description: One of the many Madison families who take part in the activites of the various Red Feather agencies (which makes up the United Community Chest) are Mr. and...

Date: 1951-10-13 

Description: Wisconsin's Hal Faverty leaps into the air to make a finger-tip catch in the end zone during the Badgers' lone tuchdown against Ohio State. A group of pho...

Date: 1955 ca.

Description: Professor Kenneth Weckel of the University of Wisconsin demonstrates his new method of preserving and canning cranberries whole without smashing them. The...

Photograph

A.Leon Beier

Date: 1954-02-18 

Description: A. Leon Beier of 169 Division Street, public information officer of the Wisconsin State Employment service, was named the recipient of the 1954 State Award...

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Description: Exterior view of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad depot on the corner of Wilson and Franklin Streets, designed by Edward Townsend Mix. There ar...

Date: 1895 ca.

Description: Outdoor view of two men standing and two women sitting in a grassy field. They are possibly members of the Park and Pleasure Drive Association, of which Ch...

Date: 1946-04-02 

Description: Mr. Mullarkey (probably Leo R. Mullarkey) standing beside Glider Home Laundry and Dry Cleaning Agitator, Washer and steam garment press with Vel Colgate so...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a woman standing near a table wearing a dress with her hand held behind her back. The dress has fringe de...

Date: 1943-09-09 

Description: Ten Navy cooks and bakers watching meat carving demonstration by Chef Carson Gulley, UW residence hall chef. Soldiers include Robert W. Merryman, Vernon R....

Date: 1875 ca.

Description: A woman driving a horse-drawn wagon along a rural lane with a man walking in front of her. In the background is a farm house and farm buildings. Although t...

Photograph

Condensery

Date: 1925 

Description: View across railroad tracks of a condensery building. The building features two-stories, a crow-stepping roof, and a tall chimney exhausting smoke. A railr...

Date: 1949-02-17 

Description: Speaker's table at the annual Lutheran Men's Club "Sweetheart's Dinner" held at the Lutheran Memorial Church, 1021 University Avenue. Seated left to righ...

Photograph

Lindbergh Returns

Date: 1928 ca.

Description: Madison admirers gather around Charles Lindbergh upon his arrival in the city. This photograph is believed to have been taken in 1928 when Lindbergh return...

Photograph

Advertising Club

Date: 1952-05-16 

Description: Two men standing by examples of ads, including ones for Ray-o-Vac batteries and Strauss Printing, at an Advertising Club meeting/conference.

Date: 1957-05-06 

Description: Completing final details for the Edgewood High School Junior-Senior Prom are a group of committee chairmen: seated L to R Mary Ellen McCreary, invitations;...

Date: 1954-02-04 

Description: Four delegates to the state meeting of the United Commercial Travelers insurance company include, left to right: Virginia Lee Frost, Madison; Mrs. William...

Date: 1948-05-24 

Description: Injured police ambulance driver Paul Klinglehofer is assisted by Officer C.J. Sparks. Klinglehofer was taken to Madison General Hospital with bruises and s...

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