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Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Forest Middleton, wearing a plaid dress, lectures his Teddy Bear, which is seated in a high chair.
Description: A woman reads to two children at the First Unitarian Church on University Bay Drive prior to the upcoming Theta Sigma Phi Alumnae "Holiday Book Fair" that...
Description: Moseley's display window advertising the book and the movie "All Quiet On The Western Front". The store was located at 10 East Mifflin Street.
Description: Marcia Holten, age 3 and a half, holds a Musical Duck pull toy she received from the Empty Stocking Club, as imagined in Monte Allen's dream. The Club, spo...
Description: The UW marching band performs in the snow during half time at the Wisconsin Indiana football game.
Description: Two wrestlers grapple down on the mat as a referee looks on. An audience sits on the floor or stands in the background.
Description: United States Rubber Company group seated at a table with a display of rubber products in the background, "Rubber Goes to War", in the Pompeii Room at the...
Description: Four seventh and eighth graders wait their turn at the annual spelling bee at Madison West High School. Left to right are Kathy Freney, Pamela Crane, Dick...
Description: WIBA prize winners. Two couples seated behind a WIBA microphone with four Robin Hood White Flour posters on the wall.
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of N.M. Juneau. He was born in Green Bay on November 14, 1821, and resided in Theresa, Dodge County.
Description: Chanticleer Orchestra managers, each with a dog at his side, sit on the front steps of a building with an awning overhead that reads "Chanticleer."
Description: A group of people pose in front of the Camp Randall Memorial Arch during its dedication.
Description: George Stein, photographer, on the right, and Frank Marx, window decorator, on the left in Manchesters Department Store. They are looking at a 10' tall pos...
Date: 1952 ca.
Description: Two ornamental sculptures at the base of the Wisconsin State Capitol. The figures represent Abundance and Prosperity.
Description: A large group of students walk down Bascom Hill.
Description: The kitchen in the new home of Charles and Fern Thompson, 3539 Topping Road, Shorewood Hills.
Description: The Racine Post No. 76 drum and bugle corps receives a salute as they pass the reviewing stand during the American Legion parade around the Capitol Square....
Description: Interior view of the Madison Public Library. The library opened in 1905 and was funded by a $75,000 gift from Andrew Carnegie. Reverse of cardboard backing...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: The 125 foot tall Madison water tower stands in the middle of East Washington Avenue. On the right is a large business block occupied by the Amerika Publis...
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Colonel Thomas Stephens. He was born in Devonshire, England, in May of 1815. Stephens emigrated to Wisconsin in 1836, and...
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