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Description: Newcomers to Madison are, from left to right: Mrs. Merrill R. (Lucy) Abbey, 2110 Fox Avenue; children Stuart ("Mickey") and Mary Ruth.
Description: Jacob Isaacs, Albert Dizon, and Jacob Miller (left to right) enjoy dessert at the monthly afternoon party put on by the Council of Jewish Women at the Cong...
Description: Michigan shot putter Charley Fonville, at the Big Nine track meet. He set a new Big Nine outdoor shot put record.
Date: 1951-03-01 ca.
Description: Governor Walter J. Kohler, Jr. signs a bill that would liberalize state housing loans to veterans. The legislators grouped around him in the Governor's off...
Description: The exterior of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Roberts, 13 South Midvale Blvd., one of four homes designed and constructed by Marshall Erdman for war veter...
Description: A modern kitchen including a breakfast table, wall oven, and built-in dishwasher.
Description: Madison City Manager Leonard G. Howell signing a proclamation designating Nov. 7-13 as Optimist Week in Madison. Looking on, left to right, are Charles Tho...
Date: date unknown
Description: Portrait of Sid standing and holding up a trout in his hands. Both Sid and the trout have an unlit cigar in their mouths. Sid's nails are stained, probably...
Description: Babysitter Linda Taylor comforts Delia Charlton.
Description: The First Friends volunteer chairman is Rev. Richard Larson, associate pastor at Bethel Lutheran Church. Helping the group get ready are Bill Sather, execu...
Description: 4-H members, some of them dressed in old-fashioned costumes, serve homemade cakes and donated ice cream at an ice cream social on Capitol Square. Proceeds...
Description: The Michael Fry / Frye ? house, 454 West Gilman Street, built in 1851 by Mr. Fry, who came here from Germany. His wife lived in the house until 1916. It...
Description: Detail from a lithograph vignette on a Map of the City of Madison of the third Wisconsin State Capitol, the first Capitol in Madison.
Description: Madison mayoral candidate Clarence G. Bylsma speaks at a forum sponsored by the West Side Business Men's Association.
Description: Portrait of the officers of Madison Women's Municipal Bowling League. The league bowls at the Bowl-A-Vard Lanes. From left to right are Mrs. Pierce Nelson,...
Description: A Gold Star Mother shown holding her hand over her heart during the invocation at a Memorial Day service on the steps of the capitol.
Description: Shown are the Madison Women's Bowling Association team champions and Bee's Tavern (1909 S. Park St.) lineup. Left to right, they are Marcy Kleinstelber, Fr...
Description: Governor Philip F. La Follette handing pen to Assemblyman Schmiege after signing old age pension bill
Description: Lillian Simonson, Altrusa Club member and Marquette School principal, is shown giving a preview of a wishing well to youths Jerry Bailey and Janet Dahl.
Description: A Paul Bunyan figure used to celebrate University of Wisconsin Homecoming, was placed on the lawn in front of Bascom Hall. Two athletes stand beside the fi...
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