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Date: 1920 ca.
Description: View of the Stone Building, Henry Mall on the University of Wisconsin Madison campus. Later the Hoard Memorial cenotaph was placed on site.
Description: Pastor Charles R. Polley, at the pulpit in the Madison Bible Fellowship Church, 1704 Roberts Court.
Description: Oval matted quarter-length portrait of Sherwin and Emma Gillett the year they married.
Description: Discussing plans for the fall meeting of the Wisconsin State Dental Assistants Association are four members of the Dane County branch of the organization....
Description: Group portrait of the Frank Allis School basketball team. They were undefeated and won the Madison Suburban Elementary School League championship.
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm relaxing in the library of his Maple Bluff home, 201 Farwell Drive.
Description: Watercolor painting of the Hawley house, also called "The Evergreens" located on Route 4 (junction of Oregon Road and County Trunk D).
Description: John Gorman, 1st grader at Emerson, and Gretchen Hovig, 7th grader at Lapham, with their art work being exhibited in the "Children Look at Wisconsin" exhib...
Description: Two of the younger models in the Jaycettes' fashion show pose with a Raggedy Andy doll. Arthur Gallagher Field, age 3 1/2, and his sister, Betty Ann, 5 1/...
Description: The Viall school house in District Number 7. This building formerly occupied the site of the present Nakoma school house.
Description: One of the fireplaces located withing the Pierce home. The home was built in around 1857 and is located at 424 North Pinckney Street, on the corner of Pin...
Description: Group portrait of the new officers of the Wisconsins' Women's Bowling Association.
Description: Portrait of the Reverend Charles Renfrow Bell, Jr., new pastor of the First Baptist Church, 201 N. Carroll Street.
Description: Photographic postcard of a studio portrait of two unidentified boys, perhaps brothers. They both wear neckties, light colored shirts and dark knickerbocker...
Description: Group portrait of 29 boys enrolled in the 10 o'clock boxing class held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison boxing quarters on Saturday mornings. The boy...
Description: Three Ford V8 panel trucks and one automobile parked in front of Al Meinke Electric Refrigerator Service store, 1639 Monroe St. and Monroe Cleaners, 1637 M...
Date: date unknown
Description: Full-length studio portrait of an unidentified man (left) and R. Melchior Endre in front of a painted backdrop. One man is sitting in a chair with his hand...
Description: Two trainers pose outdoors with their dogs after taking part in the Madison field trials. A record number of 80 dogs were entered. Winners in the four cate...
Description: The intersection of Mifflin Street and Wisconsin Avenue after the old City Hall (1858-1954) and Fuller Opera House had been torn down.
Description: Jim Kurth, guard for the East High School basketball team, makes a shot at the basket.
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