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Description: The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer "Trackless Train" turning onto North Carroll Street from West Mifflin Street. The "Trackless Train" was on a tour from New York to...
Description: Members of the West Side Business Men's Association shown as they met for the first time at the future site of their new clubhouse and community center on...
Description: Shorewood Hills marshalls Lee Cripps and Frank Ashworth measuring skid marks at an accident scene.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Leon Lamoreux sits at his desk in the Western Union office at 21 West Main Street. (This building no longer exists.) He and his wife, Beatrice, later taugh...
Description: Arnold Pederson, age 13, with his Soap Box Derby racer and sponsor, Leo Welch, owner of the Ace of Clubs restaurant located at 3520 East Washington Avenue.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Exterior of Horticulture Building on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Greenhouses are to the right behind the building. A windmill is on top of...
Description: Men and women wait at the doors of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Stock Pavilion where hundreds of people had to be turned away because of lack of spa...
Description: Participants in the "Fifty Years of Haresfoot" costume floor show are; (standing from left to right) Evan Clingman, John Griesbach, Don Minstor, Milt Beckm...
Description: Softball team of Security State Bank is pictured. They played in a Kiddie Camp benefit at Breese Stevens Field. Shown left to right in the back row are:...
Description: Police Officer Robert O'Brien showing guns he carved.
Date: date unknown
Description: Studio portrait of six members of the baseball team posing in front of a painted backdrop. Left to right, seated: Nick Marking, Peter Burke. Standing: Matt...
Description: Elevated view of eleven men sitting on the stage at Central High School auditorium conducting a hearing on the possibility of putting West Washington Avenu...
Description: A golf foursome opening the golf season at Nakoma are left to right, Tony Gaffney, Art Kurtz, M.R. Norton and Jim Murphy.
Description: Madison's first radio car with its operators (l to r) Harry Tunstall, M.M. Littleton, and B.B. Jones, all from the State Department of Markets.
Description: View across Bascom Hill of building on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: A photographer is taking a photograph of another man plowing a field with a tractor. The tractor is probably a Fordson and the implement dealer was probabl...
Description: The front cover of a four page election mailer/newsletter for U.S. Senate candidate Gaylord Nelson. A quarter-length portrait covers most of the page. The...
Description: Group portrait of the East High School football team.
Description: Byron C. Jorns hanging a watercolor painting for an exhibit at the Madison Bank and Trust Company. A series of exhibitions was arranged by the bank to enco...
Description: Charlie Anderson of Madison East High School who was the high point athlete for Class A in the state high school track meet at Camp Randall Stadium. He won...
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