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Description: Portrait of Fern Fowler, WMTV show host, with Christmas candles that she made.
Description: William W. Cargill, President of Ray-O-Vac, and a Mr. Krug, watching company employees making electric batteries.
Description: Couple sitting in a booth and eating ice cream in booth at McCoy's Ice Cream Parlor, 507 State Street.
Description: Susan Stauffer (left), Jerry Harned, Stephen Sawin and Karen Olson admire the decorations during the University Club's annual Christmas dance for their mem...
Description: A large crowd of Dane County Republicans sits in rows of seats at their annual Lincoln Day box supper and program held at the Eagles Club.
Description: The window of Rennebohm's Drugstore #2, 204 State Street, displaying Santa Claus and an array of stuffed animal toys, mainly Teddy bears.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: A woman pulls Richard "Dick" Lloyd Jones on a sled across the ice on Lake Monona. Two other women stand on either side, and houses on the shoreline are in...
Description: Ten children sit in front of a Christmas tree during a party for children of the members of the Interns and Residents Wive's Club.
Date: 1863 ca.
Description: A view overlooking the Benjamin Walker Castle, 1862-1893 in the 900 block of East Gorham Street, and its surrounding property.
Description: 16 Langdon Street, thought to have been built in 1867 for George Gardner. From 1896 to 1907 it served as the residence of attorney Henry Sheldon and Shepa...
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: The sun is setting in the distance with three small boats docked at the pier.
Description: View down platform between two railroad trains of men unloading freight from a Chicago, St. Paul, and Minneapolis train at the Madison depot.
Description: The Kopp's Meat Market, located at 606 South Park Street. Easter window showing Plankington bologna, hams, frankfurters, and Easter decorations.
Description: Mrs. Phillip (Isabel) La Follette reading to Bob and Judy, her children, at the Governor's Residence, 130 East Gilman Street.
Description: During a scene from the University of Wisconsin Men's Dolphin Club show called "Robin Hood Comes Clean," Maid Marion (portrayed by Bonnie Burmeister) excha...
Description: In preparation for military service, young men at the University of Wisconsin study radio operations.
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: Elevated view from across street of the construction to expand the Schoelkopf building at 210-216 E. Washington Avenue. Men from the construction company a...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Dr. Stephen Moulton Babcock with dairy cows at the University of Wisconsin barns.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: John C. Pew home, at 3650 Lake Mendota Drive, Shorewood Hills. This home was designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Construction began in 1939, and by 1...
Description: A new home, at 4326 De Volis Parkway, ready for the "Parade of Homes" show. The house was built by Ace Construction Company.
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