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Description: Pedestrians in motion walk down State Street towards the Capitol building, past the Capitol Theater marquee, RKO sign, the YWCA, Oettings Restaurant and Wi...
Description: Dick Norris, Milwaukee, semi-finalist in the Singles Division of the Wisconsin Invitational Junior Tennis Tournament.
Description: Forest Hill Cemetery.
Description: Elevated view of the Wisconsin High vs. Jefferson High School football game at Breese Stevens Field, 902 East Washington Avenue.
Description: View of the 100 block of Webster Street. Buildings visible include Hoffman Chemical and Supply Company at 117 South Webster, Yee's Cafe at 199 South Webste...
Date: 1884 ca.
Description: Portrait, head and shoulders of Frederick Jackson Turner, historian, scholar, and writer. As a freshman at the University of Wisconsin.
Description: "The new Annie the elephant, left, standing with her forefeet on the rail of her new home at Henry Vilas Zoo (Vilas Park Zoo), greeting her juvenile public...
Description: Robert Cnare, playing the role of Emil, a Nazi boy in the United States, in the play "Tomorrow the World", presented by East High School students.
Date: 1879 ca.
Description: Five men, facing away from the camera, stand in a field holding a rake and a scythe. A boy is in the foreground facing the camera and shading his eyes with...
Description: Aerial view of Crawford Heights looking northwest across Nakoma Road. The photograph shows Nakoma Road, the West Beltline, Cherokee School, and Midvale Bou...
Description: Pictured admiring the water color "Landscape" by Mrs. M. J. (Genevieve) Cass, which was first place winner in water color class of the Madison Art Guild's...
Description: Three women, employees of Oscar Mayer Company, hand gifts to co-worker Irene Loveland, who lost her home and personal possessions in a fire. Left to right...
Description: As part of Co-ed's Week, an event designed to combine features of special interest to college women, two University of Wisconsin women look at displays of...
Description: The Madison women's city golf tournament banquet is held at Nakoma County Club. The tournament planning committee includes (shown left to right), seated, M...
Date: 1942 ca.
Description: Edgewood College's Marshall Hall, built in 1864 by Samuel Marshall and later used as a powerhouse and laundry. It was remodeled as a residence hall for co...
Description: Schoep's Ice Cream Truck in front of Schoep's Ice Cream and Food Company Inc., located at 129 Ohio Avenue (a Trachte Building).
Description: Three Lee & Seymour delivery trucks parked in front of Lee & Seymour Furnace and Sheet Metal Co., 346 Russell Street.
Description: "Roundy" Coughlin sits on a stoop with some neighborhood children who put on a magic show to collect money for Roundy's Fun Fund for handicapped kids.
Description: The Wisconsin State Legislature listens to an address from Governor Walter J. Kohler, Jr. The State Senators are seated in the first row, including Melvin...
Description: Lois Jean Klinke, 10-years-old, daughter of Maurice and Trudy Klinke, 3255 Monona Drive, feeding her horse at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Hoofers'...
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