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Date: 1926 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the South Madison Chicago and North Western Railroad Station located next to the railroad tracks that cross Lakeside Street. In the foregr...
Date: date unknown
Description: Three students at the Kehl School of Dance pose in ballet costume. From left to right: Jo Jean Kehl, Joan Batz, Jo Ann Kehl.
Description: A man, possibly Ray Gryphan, clerk at Loraine Hotel, seen sleeping in restaurant booth.
Description: Three children at the Morningside Sanatorium listen to a phonograph record being played on a record player purchased with money from the sale of Christmas...
Description: "Kelly's Rat Cafeteria", cross section view of the interior and also the front view, taken for Solvit Chemical Company.
Description: Lucien "Louie" Hanks, brother of Stanley Hanks (born June 27, 1868), smoking a pipe while on a sailboat. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1...
Description: Ray Risch, Edgerton, participates in the bareback bronco competition at the 12th annual World Championship Rodeo at the Holmes No-Oaks Ranch on Syene Rd.
Description: Studio photograph of a 12-ounce can of yellow band Oscar Mayer luncheon meat with a drawing of Little Oscar.
Description: Chevrolet automobile advertising the Chevrolet Six Economy Drivers' contest with "Test your driving skills, economy drivers' contest, $75 in cash prizes, f...
Description: Composite photograph of the Wisonsin Senate.
Description: Among the women who helped plan the Ladies Municipal Bowling Association Spring luncheon are, from left: Virginia Strand, toastmistress; Mrs John Kreiter,...
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Levi P. Drake. He was born in Herkimer County, New York on September 17, 1812, and emigrated to Wisconsin on May 25, 1826.
Description: Interior of Felton Gun Store, located at 120 E. Washington Avenue, with elk, deer, and mountain goat heads mounted on the wall among the firearms and hunti...
Description: Quisling Towers apartment building, 1 East Gilman Street at the corner of Wisconsin Ave. Built in the Art Moderne style by the Quisling brothers and desig...
Description: View down Williamson Street, with Fauerbach Brewing Company on the right at 651-653 Williamson Street. The Madison Drug Company (Wholesale Druggists) and G...
Description: Wives of Wisconsin State Journal and Madison Newspapers, Inc. select gifts at the toy depot of the Empty Stocking Fund. From left to right are: Mrs. Edwn...
Description: View from pier towards two men sitting in the front seat of the "Monona-Mobile," a pontoon boat powered by an automobile. The knee of a man is in the right...
Description: Beulah Williamson, wife of the University of Wisconsin's new football coach, with her twin sons, Jack and David.
Description: Officers of the Orchard Ridge Community Club work on the club's local newspaper. President James Motl, standing, submits an item to Glenn Lyans, vice-presi...
Description: Milwaukee Lincoln's state basketball champions hoist Coach Dick Wadewitz to their shoulders and shout with joy after whipping Milwaukee North 63-54 in the...
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