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Description: Committee members creating the guest program for "A Combine of Comedy" produced by Phi Beta. Left to right: Mrs. Gordon (Eleanor) Rowley, 904 Oakland Avenu...
Description: Memorial Union, 800 Langdon St., through the trees.
Description: Group portrait of six German radiomen from the Western Allies' zone visiting WHA, the University of Wisconsin-Madison radio station. The group was in Madis...
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Interior of the Keyes residence, home of Elisha W. Keyes, political leader. According to Keyes' daughter, Mrs. John C. Gaveney, the framed pictures, etc.,...
Date: date unknown
Description: The "O'Dea and Shafer, Engineers and Contractors" construction crew, posing with a piece of equipment. A house and trees are in the background. Bags of cem...
Description: Inspection of Wisconsin State Highway patrolmen.
Date: 1901 ca.
Description: Fuller & Johnson Manufacturing letterhead. Fuller & Johnson was run by John A. Johnson and was one of Madison's largest employers.
Description: Phil Dickert (left) and Joe Klein (right) pictured with cans of Mautz paint at the Klein-Dickert Co. store at 752 University Avenue.
Description: Slightly elevated view of the stone gateway at the intersection of Pinckney, Main, and King Streets and the iron fence that surrounded the entire Capitol P...
Description: View of the kitchen in the Ruland Goff home at 5703 Midmoor Road. A sloping ceiling created a feeling of spaciousness and a skylight effect is created by w...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: This map, with north oriented to the right, shows a plat of the area, numbered blocks and lots, local streets, roads, parks, a proposed golf course, and la...
Description: Elevated view of horses and buggies lining the street in front of the Wisconsin State Journal building during its demolition. There are dark clouds in the...
Description: First Unitarian Society Meeting House, 125 Wisconsin Avenue, being razed by Arneson Wrecking Company. View is from Wisconsin Avenue. On the left is the edu...
Description: Pictured in the home of her parents, Mr. And Mrs. Norman Wang, 1225 Rutledge Street, are Mrs. Delmar (Dorothy) Brown Jr., and her nine month old son, Delma...
Description: Vern Woodward (left), UW Madison's assistant boxing coach and director of the Little Badgers program, talks to one of his classes of more than 25 little bo...
Description: Elevated view from Wisconsin State Capitol, showing Main Street side of square, looking down Monona Avenue (Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard). Buildings...
Date: 1904 ca.
Description: View from railroad bed along Monona Bay shoreline. The Wisconsin State Capitol dome is under construction. St. Raphael's Cathedral can be seen on the left.
Date: 1943 ca.
Description: Six women and one man take messages at the Truax Field Message Center, during World War II. Beatrice Lamoreux is sitting at the back table on the left side...
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of J.P. Dickson. He was born in Danville, Caledonia county, Vermont. Dickson emigrated to Wisconsin on June 20th, 1836, and r...
Description: Aerial view of the State Capitol from the West.
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