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Description: Employees of the Bock Oil Burner Company work in the machine shop.
Description: View across water of the summer cottages on Maple Bluff.
Description: The Belmont Hotel, 31 N. Pinckney Street, from the roof of the Montgomery Ward building, 102 N. Hamilton Street, with the Capitol Square and the Wisconsin...
Description: Two women pose for an outdoor photograph at the Jonas' campsite at Merrill Springs. One woman sits on a stool with her needlework while another kneels behi...
Description: Henry Reynolds, candidate for Madison City Council, shown seated at his desk at Reynolds Transfer and Storage Company.
Description: Committee members make arrangements for the Christmas Charity Ball, an event for college students and young married couples in Madison. Seated left to righ...
Description: View of South Pinckney Street and East Washington Avenue from the roof of the Wisconsin State Capitol building. Shows the Wisconsin State Journal building,...
Description: Schenk's Corners, with the Security State Bank, located at Atwood Avenue and Winnebago Street. On the right hand side of the view is Hausmann Fuel Company,...
Description: A woman operates a lathe at the Gisholt plant on East Washington Avenue.
Description: Doris Elliott poses with her 14-month-old son, Bobby. They are the wife and son of Bruce K. Elliott, tackle on the University of Wisconsin football team.
Description: Five CUNA (Credit Union National Association) employees, four men standing and one woman sitting, around a desk at the new office, located at 1342 East Was...
Description: Robert Hall "America's Largest Clothing Chain", 3205 East Washington Avenue at Radke Avenue.
Description: 216 - 216 1/2 State Street, with storefront of T.F. Dresen.
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: A shaded view of Brown's Bookstore, 673 State Street.
Description: Elevated view of Madison featuring Monona Avenue (Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard as of January 19, 1987) and Lake Monona.
Description: Charles Brown, student chairman of the Legal Aid Society, a Red Feather agency, describes the work of the society to three Community Chest women workers. F...
Description: Group portrait of CUNA (Credit Union National Association) adults and children around a table with presents. There is a Christmas tree in the background.
Description: Bill Veeck (left), president of the Chicago White Sox, chats with three managers of Madison boys baseball teams before speaking at the downtown Optimist Cl...
Date: 1971-01-28 ca.
Description: Poster advertising exhibitions at the L'atelier Gallery. On display are works by J.P. Schmelzer and Gina Larson Van Veghel.
Description: Image from the Tansy Camp Fire Girls album, with cast members of the Queen of Hearts play: Armida Peterson, Rose Martinelli (lady-in-waiting), Rosalyn Schi...
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