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Description: View from street of exterior of the Texaco Station located at 448 Park Street owned by Gerald Tifft. There is a dog sitting near the open garage door.
Description: Bachelors James Fagan and Harry Kessenich, Jr. look at one of many record albums.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of exterior of Trailer Truck and Body Co. repair services. Four men are posed in front of garage. One man is wearing a suit, the others wear work clot...
Description: Assemblyman David Obey and his wife Joan in his office in the Wisconsin Capitol. Joan Obey was an important factor in Obey's political success and when his...
Description: Winter scene with the 20th Century Market, located at 1860 East Washington Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin. There is snow on the ground. The Lee Tires garage is...
Description: Five generations of a family are represented in this Mothers' Day picture of Carrie Damman and her great-great grandson Jeffrey Peter Cerniglia. The five l...
Description: Two men and a boy row a row boat on Lake Monona. A shoreline and trees stand in the foreground and buildings of the city of Madison can be seen in the bac...
Description: Youth Council members and advisors attending a dinner meeting at the Madison YWCA.
Description: Portrait of Joyce and Herbert C. Walsh, co-chairmen of the Chameleon Dancing Club Party taking place at the Blackhawk Country Club.
Description: American Legion, Voiture 683, Dane County, locomotive on wheels, for a float to be driven in a National Railroad Week parade.
Description: Head and shoulders portrait of Edward Pier. He was born in New Haven, Vermont on March 31, 1807, and came to Wisconsin in September of 1834. Pier was one...
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: Armory tower with crenels and narrow arched windows. The building is on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus and is also known as the Red Gym or Old...
Description: Green Bay quarterback David Woodley (#19) throwing a pass in a preseason game against the Washington Redskins that took place at Camp Randall Stadium. The...
Description: Photographic postcard of the Middleton family dog, Tootsie, dressed as a nurse, attending to Tommy the cat, who rests in a doll cradle. A bottle of "Catnip...
Description: Holocaust survivor Karola Frankenthal Epstein (nee Rosenfeld) at her Madison home.
Description: Three-Quarter length portrait of Charles W. Gulliford, Company B, 12th Wisconsin Infantry, with musket. Photograph was taken at Camp Randall.
Description: Four men and "the Caribbean," a new Packard convertible automobile, parked in front of the Wisconsin State Capitol building.
Description: Working on name tags for the Luther League convention at Luther Memorial Church are (left to right) James Goetz, Bobby Jo Petersen, and Joan Risley.
Description: Reviewing stand for the Wisconsin centennial parade being built on Monona Avenue. Visible in the background are the Woolworth store in the Pioneer Building...
Description: View from street of exterior of the Texaco station on Park Street owned by Norman Tifft.
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