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Description: Groves-Barnhart School for Secretaries, 502 State Street. Students are sitting in rows of desks and taking notes.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Two seals in their cage at the Henry Vilas Zoo (Vilas Park Zoo), opened in 1911.
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Rustic bridge over a ravine on Lake Mendota Drive in Shorewood Hills.
Description: Recreation for older adults is one of the topics at the First Governor's Conference on an Aging Population. Gus Torgeson, guitarist; Henry Breneman, violin...
Description: Detail of ornamental iron lattice-work on German Romanesque revival McDonnell/Pierce House, 215 North Pinckney Street. Built in 1857-58 for Alexander and F...
Date: 1974 ca.
Description: Intersection at Regent Street and West Washington Avenue. An Octopus Car Wash sign is mounted on top of car.
Description: Miss Helen J. Batten of 121 South Hamilton Street, Wisconsin Telephone company switchboard operator, tells why she likes the "fair share" plan of the Unite...
Description: Centennial photograph of Old Abe, perched on a stars and stripes shield. The live war eagle was carried during the Civil War, by the 8th Wisconsin Voluntee...
Description: Window display at Wolff Kubly & Hirsig, 17 South Pinckney Street, with post-war appliances including products by Vollrath, Filter Queen, West Bend, General...
Description: Portrait of three new teachers at East High School, Omar Kussow, Eugene Kirst, and Douglas Mullen.
Description: Two men in front of a wall of hay bales pose with a baby camel. The men are Zoo Director Harold Hayes (left) and Bellamy Seals (right, wearing a Zor Shrine...
Description: Orpheum and Capitol theater ushers listen to a talk about fire prevention as they stand beneath a marquee that advertises the epic "Cimarron."
Description: Rasma Apinas, class orator, speaks to fellow graduates at Central High School
Description: Norman and Dorothy Braith stand beside Norman's iceboat "Mary B," the prize-winning iceboat owned by O. T. Havey. Norman is one of the crewmen and Dorothy...
Description: Theresa Manderino [Mandarino?], Vincenza Raimond, and Mary Baldarotta [Baldarotto?] resting and posing on a low wall in front of Schumann's Store, as part...
Glimpses of African-American Life in the Midwest, 1865-1934
Description: Mrs. Marie Haight, 437 North Ingersoll Street, on the left, and Mrs. W.C. Dunn, Shorewood Hills. Mrs. Haight, a teacher at Shorewood School, is being prese...
Description: Architectural box motif around air conditioners, created by James Potter, on the Doty Street side of the Beavers Insurance Building, 119 Monona Avenue (Mar...
Description: Red Cross volunteers from Christ Presbyterian Church working on "scruffies" for hospitalized soldiers at Truax Field. Left to right are Mrs. H.L. Yeager,...
Description: Men sit at the speakers table at a dinner given in honor of service mechanics of area Chevrolet dealers at the Park Hotel. Left to right: Donald F. Knowles...
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