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Description: Six children preview new books and historical dolls. Left to right they are James Scrivner, Paul Ives, Shirley Kleven, Carolyn Watzke, Judy Kay Lemon and...
Description: John Jenkins, museum director of the (then) State Historical Society of Wisconsin museum, examines a pitcher in preparation for an exhibit of English luste...
Description: Group portrait of Susan Siebecker (left), Janice Wolff and Sharon Mack, eighth grade students at Wisconsin High School and co-hostesses of a dancing party...
Description: Exterior view of the Town of Madison town hall building located at 2120 Fish Hatchery Road.
Description: Wildon F. Whitney taking the oath of office as a member of Public Service Commission from Secretary of State Fred Zimmerman.
Description: A Confederate Rest at the Forest Hill Cemetery, with graves of Confederate soldiers who died as prisoners of war in Madison, Wisconsin, in 1862.
Description: View from the beach of people swimming, playing in the sand, and sunbathing.
Description: The Toastmistress Club celebrates its first year in Madison with a combination guest night and initiation of officers at the Cuba Club Supper Club. Mrs. Al...
Description: Night view of the Wisconsin State Capitol dome, which is the only granite dome in the United States. It is made with white Bethel Vermont granite and cost...
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of N.M. Juneau. He was born in Green Bay on November 14, 1821, and resided in Theresa, Dodge County.
Description: Babe Ruth, wearing a dressing gown, stands in the doorway of a train car and signs autographs.
Description: Linden Hill Grocery Store, 36 South Fair Oaks Avenue. Anton "Tony" Lazarz and his wife Bernice, owners of the store, are seated on the curb across the stre...
Description: Every Friday afternoon 32 Cub Scout Den Mothers meet at the vocational school to learn crafts that they will teach to Cub Scouts. Mrs. Ted (Mildred) Field...
Description: Pictured, from background to foreground: Bobby Feinglass; John Lewis, noted politician and civil rights leader; and Alicia Kaplow, SNCC (Student Nonviolent...
Description: President Harry Truman, Governor Oscar Rennebohm, and Senator Carl Thompson of Stoughton riding in the back of an open car during a Presidential visit to M...
Description: Mrs. William (Joanne) Russell and her year old son, William Jr., from Boulder, Colorado, sit outdoors while visiting Mrs. Russell's parents, Dr. and Mrs. A...
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: Construction of the faculty housing project at Eagle Heights for the University of Wisconsin Madison.
Description: Jean Frances Sabin marries James Anders Pearce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anders F. Pearce of Waukesha, in a ceremony performed by the bride's father, Rev. Edwar...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Interior view of the Memorial Union Rathskellar at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Description: Portrait of Ramona Kivlin (left) and Marcy Kleinsteiber, Class A doubles winners in the Madison Woman's Bowling Association tournament. In the original new...
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