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Description: Roddy Botts with the tool set he won for best constructed car in the 1950 Madison, Wisconsin soap box derby.
Description: This house in the 1956 Parade of Homes in Meadowood with its illuminated device for showing the house numbers has been wired to the exact standards of the...
Date: 2009 ca.
Description: The 1-0 Tunnel at Camp Randall Memorial Stadium. Above the tunnel's doorway, a small red sign reads, "Eat a rock."
Description: Schmelzer Brothers D-X service station, from 1951-1968, a mid-century modern service station at 2620 Monroe Street at the corner of Knickerbocker Street. A...
Description: Memorial Union entrance on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. From the southwest; the right wing of the building.
Description: Original caption reads: "Back in Madison after 27 years is Richard Neumann, one-time organist at the Orpheum and Parkway theaters. Neumann was the organist...
Description: Group portrait of boys who sold Kool Aid and popcorn as a fundraiser for Roundy's Fun Fund (aid for handicapped and underprivileged boys and girls). Shown...
Description: Winners of the 1959 Greater Madison Lawn contest and contest officials stand on the first-prize winning lawn at 2416 Waunona Way with prizes displayed in f...
Description: Gay Store Building which houses Rhymer Groceries, 2606 Monroe Street, Wingra Home Bakery, 2608 Monroe Street, Wingra Barbers, 2612 Monroe Street, Gay Bros....
Description: Four couples sit on the lawn of the John C. and Ida Doerfer home at 4105 Chippewa Drive during a buffet supper for Nakoma School graduates. Left to right,...
Description: Interior view of the Professor Ruth B. Glassow house at 1635 Norman Way, showing a desk, chair, and a bookcase. The house had been a barn on the estate of...
Description: Three retiring officers of the Women's Bowling Association seated at the annual spring luncheon. From left are Mrs. Alice Fess, newly elected president; Mr...
Description: Robert Suszycki, Mauston, accepts his first place spelling bee trophy with a smile. The trophy is presented by one of the judges, Sheridan Ellsworth, supe...
Description: Group portrait, University of Wisconsin students?
Description: National telephone strike, showing one operator in the left half of east switchboard room of Wisconsin Telephone Company, 16 South Carroll Street.
Description: Frances Larson puts the final touches on a formal dress modeled by her daughter Laurie, age 14. Frances, labeled a "modiste" or one who makes fashionable d...
Description: Members of the Madison Youth Theater board of governors are shown holding a sign advertising their summer program. Pictured left to right are Charlene Scha...
Description: Letterhead of Ben Bergor, with illustrations of theatrical masks, Bergor's head, his "Remember this bird!" symbol, and a cartoon of Bergor at the bottom of...
Description: Frances Morrison's kindergarten pupils sit at a table on their first day of school at Longfellow. They are, from left to right, Jeanne Bokina, Carol Halper...
Description: Newspaper carrier Donald Fay, 15, of Edgerton is the winner of the Young Columbus trip to Italy sponsored by the Wisconsin State Journal and its Sunday sup...
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