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Date: 1922 after
Description: Outdoor view of an Air-Lec automatic door opener for swinging doors set up on a wood plank on a rooftop. Probably the top of Schoelkopf's manufacturing pla...
Description: Five-year-old Betty Livesey pauses for a picture after the "Declaration of Chivalry" ceremony conducted at the 81st annual Capitol Grand Encampment of the...
Description: Guests at the organizational tea of the Woman's Committee of the Madison Civic Association included, from left: Lois Mayer, Rosalie Mayer, Sarah Jamieson,...
Description: Exterior view of the Gothic sandstone house, 752 East Gorham Street. Later owned by Gordon and Dolly Harman.
Description: A woman, her son, and a sales clerk, all in period costumes in the drug store / pharmacy display in the Wisconsin Historical Society museum, then located o...
Description: Madison art teacher Esther Carswell sits at a table at Central Junior High School with student artwork on the wall behind her.
Description: The Wisconsin Players presented "River Boat", an original centennial drama written by Robert Gard of Madison and Dore Reich of Milwaukee at the Memorial Un...
Description: Madison Rotary Club members honored 150 foreign students attending the University of Wisconsin at a "fiesta" at the University of Wisconsin Stock Pavilion....
Description: Six University of Wisconsin-Madison students who sparked the Pan American Fiesta which was held at the University in celebration of Pan American Day. Stan...
Description: Sam Liberace and his wife, Zona, with their French horn and cello in their home at 2638 East Dayton Street. Sam and his former wife, Frances, are the paren...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Panoramic elevated view to the northeast from the Capitol Square.
Description: This map shows Madison and includes an index of University of Wisconsin buildings, city buildings, and churches. Lake Mendota, Lake Monona, and Lake Wingra...
Description: Girl Scout Betsy Paddock, age eleven, talks to Lawrence and Arneita Halle in an effort to recruit donors for an upcoming Red Cross blood drive at Nakoma Sc...
Description: A live oak tree is moved into "The Tree and the Poodle" restaurant and bar on State Street next to the Orpheum Theater in Madison. The McDonald Tree Expert...
Description: Nativity figurines are placed in a naturally formed snow cave outside a courtyard window of the St. Mary's Hospital kitchen.
Description: Ornate oriel window on a building at 10 South Carroll Street.
Description: Milton Kneebone, a member of the city street-marking crew, spray-paints street name signs.
Description: Winning couples in the Squaw and Paw golf tournament at the Blackhawk Country Club. John and Polly Erickson, left, were the winners of the low gross score....
Description: Portrait of new Nakoma neighborhood resident Dr. Nathan Smith.
Description: UW Madison track coach Guy Sundt, right, examines new track shoes with his star miler, Don Gehrmann, who once ran a mile race in 4:09.5 minutes.
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