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Date: 1912 ca.
Description: The Badger Pharmacy, 1320 University Avenue, at the corner of Randall about the time that Oscar Rennebohm took over the bankrupt operation.
Description: “Station Day” (agricultural demonstration) field trip party walking out into a half-grown cornfield.
Description: From left to right are Mayor Ivan Nestingen; Ted Melroy, West Side Business Men's Assn. president; Mel Von Eschen, East Side Business Men's Assn.president;...
Description: A view from the corner of State and Gorham Streets toward the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Staff members at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Institute For Research in Land Economics and Public Utilities sit together in a room in Sterling Hall....
Description: Almost 200 girls from 20 Wisconsin high schools took part in a strenuous day of recreation planned by the Women's Physical Education Club at Lathrop Hall a...
Description: Interior of Hommel's Restaurant, 20 West Mifflin Street, with interior decor reflected in the food counters, wood panelling, table settings, lighting and b...
Description: Shown at the conclave are (left to right) Rev. Andrew Laabs, rector of Holy Cross Episcopal Church, Lake Delton; Gertrude Rellahan, chairman of hospitality...
Date: date unknown
Description: View of the front of the McDonnell-Garnhart residence, 424 North Pinckney Street. This Romanesque revival house was designed in 1857 by Samuel H. Donnell,...
Description: Five women admire some dolls as they prepare items for their annual public bazaar. Seated left to right, are Judith Stein, Mrs. George Stewart, and Roslyn...
Description: A boy asks a girl for a dance at a Shorewood School dancing class.
Description: Marie Oakey, left, and children Genevieve and Jacques du Vair place coins into collection bottles to support a patriotic drive held by the Madison Women's...
Description: Close-up of five-year-old William (Spike) Boston in his iceboat on Lake Monona. He was the youngest skipper at the Northwestern Yachting Association ice re...
Description: Caption reads, "The Lake Mendota fish population was reduced this week by this fine catch of crappies, white bass, and bluegills by Madison's expert fisher...
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: Two men and a boy in front of a barn are posed with a Fordson tractor. The two men are wearing straw hats. A sign on the tractor reads: "We Are Power Farme...
Description: Upper portion of old Science Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The building has bright red brickwork and a gingerbread house design and w...
Description: A large burial mound near the south side of Governor Nelson State Park.
Description: Joe Osterle, 2411 Monroe Street, is pictured with his collection of handmade Japanese dolls. Mr. Osterle, a Korean War veteran, collected the dolls and oth...
Description: The Madison Council of United Church Women committee plans for annual "World Day of Prayer" event to be held on February 17, 1961 at Grace Episcopal Church...
Description: Elevated view of the exterior of Fitzpatrick Lumber Company at 3230 University Avenue, with a Fitzpatrick semi-truck in the foreground.
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