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Description: Half plate ambrotype of Franz Massing with his wife, and daughter Frances. Massing was the founder of the Madison Mannerchor in 1870. The family is seated....

Date: 1949-01-30 

Description: Paul C. Bennett, musical instrument repairman, holding a violin made in 1721 which belongs to Mrs. D.P. Wheeler and may be a Stradivarius. Behind him on an...

Date: 1950-06-27 

Description: Journalist John Prindle, left, doing an on-the-street interview with Conrad Druse, veteran and University of Wisconsin graduate student, about his opinions...

Date: 1950-08-22 

Description: A memorial plaque in honor of Corporal Kenneth Grosse was presented to the air force man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grosse, center, and their daughter, P...

Date: 1954-09-27 

Description: A group of men pose in front of Capital Airlines airplane at Madison Municipal Airport - Truax Field.

Date: 1944-10-23 

Description: Rosemaling featured on a display of a teaset and serving plates as part of an exhibit of Elaine Smedal's "Norwegian Wisconsin as a Source of Design." Elai...

Date: 1952-07-20 

Description: Portrait of nine Madison street department workers who have prepared the derby hill for the Soap Box Derby for the past seven years. Kneeling, left to righ...

Date: 1957-03-04 

Description: New City County Building, located at 210 Monona Avenue (Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard as of January 19, 1987), taken from the corner of Monona Avenue a...

Date: 1980-06 

Description: Barbara Hoffman and her attorney Don Eisenberg at the courthouse during her murder trial.

Date: 1934-04-21 

Description: Casket and flowers at cemetery for the funeral of Lorraine V. McGraw.

Date: 1948-08-03 

Description: Two men standing indoors next to a Wisconsin Central Airplane.

Date: 1944-03-22 

Description: Charles B. (Chuck) Seals, with pipe, a 25 year-old handicapped shut-in, who is a painter, a sculptor, a student and omnivorous reader, a fisherman, a swimm...

Date: 1948-07-19 

Description: Norman Hahn, chief engineer for WIBA and WIBA-FM, is shown at one section of the 10,000 watt transmitter.

Date: 1941-02-28 

Description: Display of six Ray-O-Vac flashlights and batteries.


Description: Wisconsin Territorial Capitol (first in Madison) viewed from State Street. The back wall of the east wing of the replacement capitol (second on the site) c...

Date: 1950-03-27 

Description: The family of the Reverend John H. Keene arrived with Reverend Keene as he took up his duties as Rector of Grace Episcopal Church. Pictured are Mrs. Kather...

Date: 1947-11-28 

Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison students watching a "teaching movie" at the Bureau of Audio Visual Instruction preview theater, 1312 West Johnson Street.

Date: 1961-12-07 

Description: Members of UW basketball team present a cake to their new basketball teammate, Pat Richter, at a party in honor of his being named to the UPI All-American...

Date: 1957-10-01 

Description: Members of the De Porres Guild make preparations for the upcoming bazaar. Proceeds will benefit the Blessed Martin Guild which conducts social, recreationa...

Date: 1957-10-01 

Description: Studio portrait of Vera Schulz, second place winner of the appetizers and snacks category in the second annual Wisconsin State Journal recipe contest.

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