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Description: Interior of the Mautz Paint Company sales room.
Description: First block of West Main Street with E.W. Parker Jewelers, 9 W. Main, Cops Cafe, 11 W. Main Street, Rennebohm's drugstore, 13 W. Main, Levitan Building (ar...
Description: A group of Davenport, Iowa, city officials and business leaders visited Madison to study the city's unique pigeon-hole parking unit at the Harry S. Manches...
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: View looking southwest down the 600 block of Williamson Street to the East Madison Passenger Depot of the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad. There are frame...
Description: Group portrait with Coach Herbert (Butch) Mueller and his East backfield. Left to right are Capt. Ray Winburn, Jim Woller, Mueller, Doug Hyslop, and Tom Ne...
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm standing at the podium before a crowd as he auctions off an article at the West Side Business Men's Association auction on Odana R...
Description: Recipients of special recognitionc awards at the annual Edgewood football banquet include, first row, left to right: Mike Rieder, Frank Balistreri, and To...
Description: View of the first of the thousands of people who toured the 18 new homes erected by 15 builders at Nakoma Road and the West Beltline. The Parade of Homes w...
Description: Herbert Hilgendorf was sentenced to six months in jail for beating his father, Louis Hilgendorf, a town of Roxbury farmer.
Description: Left view of White Front Grocery at 610-12 Mound Street in the Greenbush neighborhood.
Description: Miss Dorothy Calkins of 1 E. Gilman Street is the new kindergarten teacher at Washington School. Theresa Roche, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roche, 143...
Description: Madison Turnverein men and women performing in a circle formation at Turner Hall, 21 South Butler Street, viewed from the balcony.
Description: Madison's top baseball team this season is the Olde Tymers Club which won the Atlantic League, the top circuit of the municipal program.
Description: Governor Albert Schmedeman sitting in a wheelchair smoking a cigarette, following left leg amputation.
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: The Andrew Proudfit house located at 113 West Washington Avenue.
Description: The parts department counter at Winnebago Auto Replacement Co., 103 North Park Street, which boasted it was the "Largest Automotive Parts and Equipment Hou...
Description: Elevated view of the University of Wisconsin-Madison machine shop. A large group of men are working various machines in the workshop area. Long wooden work...
Description: View up dirt road towards a young man standing near the Turvill shop. The tree-lined road leads up a slope towards another building under trees.
Date: date unknown
Description: Full-length studio portrait of Robert Faust in front of a painted backdrop. He is standing with his right hand on a chair and is wearing a suit with the ja...
Description: Young republicans for Eisenhower meet officers of the Madison headquarters of Wisconsin Citizens for Eisenhower Committee at the Loraine Hotel. L. to R: J...
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