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Description: John J. Suhr residence at 121 Langdon Street, designed by City Engineer and architect Captain John Nadar. Built in 1886 for immigrant John J. Suhr, Sr. (18...
Description: Exterior view of a house at 822 Prospect Place built in the Prairie style, featuring masonry and stained wood.
Description: Group portrait of twelve men in front of a dinner table, possibly at a bowling alley.
Description: Wisconsin's governor's wife Helen Thomson, (left) greets Mrs. Ruth Kearl of Madison at a tea in the executive mansion for the Wisconsin League of Women Vot...
Description: Portrait of committee members who planned a Christmas party for students and faculty members at Edgewood College. Seated at the left are Marilyn Warner, Wa...
Description: Lillian Honeck, wife of the Deputy Attorney General of Wisconsin, poses beside a fireplace. She is a model in the Zonta Style Show.
Description: Dell Houser, service and parts department manager, shown at Madison Armature and Parts Company, 712 Market Place. Mr. Houser is also secretary and treasure...
Description: Harry Chamberlain donates blood at the semi-annual Red Cross Bloodmobile blood drive to give thanks for the "miracle" that saved his wife living with a maj...
Description: A dogtooth calcite specimen from the mineral collection of Ferdinand Hotz at the University of Wisconsin Geology Museum. The specimen is approximately thre...
Description: Girl Scouts gather outdoors at Camp Greenwood, a day camp at Picnic Point for Intermediate Girl Scouts between the ages of 10 and 14. The Girl Scouts pict...
Description: Joan Williams and Dolores Roegner repair a furnace with a hammer and pliers in the house they share with two other young women at 2253 Rugby Row.
Description: Street and residential neighborhood with Lake Monona in the background. This possibly is the intersection of King, Wilson, and Butler streets.
Description: This quartet won the sprint medley for Madison West in the West Relays. They are shown, left to right, in the order they ran as follows: Billy Mansfield,...
Description: Emerson School children and teacher listen to a radio broadcast from a radio set up in front of the blackboard in the classroom at 2421 East Johnson Street...
Description: A small race car built by Samuel Olson at the Wisconsin Oil Burner factory, 1134 Regent Street is enjoyed by his sons, Donald Olson, seated, and Gordon at...
Description: "Saybury" Shop at Harry S. Manchester's, Incorporated, 2-6 East Mifflin Street, with display of dressing gowns.
Description: Eugene Parks.
Description: Left to right are Mary Lee Grimmell of Charleston, West Virginia, president of Theta Sigma Phi chapter at the University of West Virginia; Vera Gillespie o...
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm and his wife Mary led the grand march, officially opening the Centennial Ball, held at the Wisconsin State Capitol. Following behi...
Description: Madison West relay team at the Madison West Relay Carnival.
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