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Description: Group portrait of children and one adult, all probably of Italian descent.
Description: A sign for Fauerbach's Brewery depicting a young woman and the brewery. It was Madison's first brewery in 1848 and run by Peter Sprecher until bought by Pe...
Description: University of Wisconsin Women's Self Government style show committee members Dorothy Proudfoot, Wilmette, Illinois, chairman of decorations, Margaret Pesut...
Description: Five members of the Who's New Club pose sitting together holding teacups/coffee cups on saucers.
Description: Members of the Madison Who's New Club at a barn dance at the YWCA gymnasium. Square dance caller, Frederic E Risser, and his wife Elizabeth wearing a bonne...
Description: Original colorful hats of all types and designs appeared at the spring "Mad Hat" luncheon at the Blackhawk Country Club. Blanche Tallard, left, was awarded...
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of James Morrison. He was born in Randolph County, Illinois, on September 30, 1799, and came to Wisconsin on May 5, 1828. Morr...
Description: A view of small wooden houses on each side of a tree-lined path. Two children with a bicycle are standing on the path in the middle distance, near another...
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Description: A man walks towards the Green Lantern Eating Cooperative. There are posters in the large front window and several bicycles are parked in front of the co-op...
Description: Lewis Arms sits on a military tank at the Park Street United States Army Reserve Center.
Description: Man demonstrating automobile heater to a customer at Halperin Auto Parts, 209 South Park 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: Pfc. Glen Lindsey displays the fly traps he invented to trap thousands of flies in the Truax Field area.
Description: Governor Rennebohm, right, with unidentified man and woman standing around a large block of cheese decorated with candles and a ribbon. Engraved on the ch...
Description: Laurence W. and Virginia Hall at the premiere production of the Alfred Lunt-Lynn Fontanne play "I know My Love" at the Wisconsin Union Theater.
Description: Madison East High School Cheerleaders at the WIAA State High School Basketball Tournament. Front row left to right: Erma Borland, Noreen Walker, Lyle Leve...
Description: Style show stage set in the Madison Room, for Pathfinder News Magazine, "What color can do for you" at Manchester's, Inc., 2 East Mifflin Street.
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of John Catlin. He was born in Orwell, Vermont in 1803, and settled at Mineral Point, Wisconsin, in May of 1836. Catlin moved...
Description: A unknown girl is kneeling in Turvill garden. She is wearing a dress and her hair is braided. There is a path in the center and the gardens surround her....
Description: Group portrait of the nine winners of the championship finals in the All-University Wisconsin Boxing Tournament.
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