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Description: Four members of the West High Track Team.
Description: Hub Clothing Company, 22 West Mifflin Street, window display featuring "Arrow" white shirts and ties, with a special display of collar styles.
Description: Orpheum Theatre marquee advertising "Lost Horizon" starring Ronald Colman.
Description: Pictured are some of the younger members of the Blackhawk Ski Club. Left to right, Mrs. Dick Jacobson, Whitewater; Dick Jacobson, Whitewater; Paul Jorgense...
Description: Portrait of the committee members making arrangements for the fall fashion show of the West Side Business Men's Auxiliary include, left to right in front r...
Description: Full-length portrait of Miss Halprin, a young woman wearing a formal dress and pearl necklace.
Description: Children play on an ice slide created by two residents of the barracks apartments at Truax Field. A swing set is visible in the background.
Description: View up hill of observatory on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: Portrait of Nick Gampietro after receiving his first national honor in bowling.
Description: For the third year in a row, American Legion Post 501 of Madison has brother-sister combinations in leadership positions. Clarence Hardy, third from the le...
Date: date unknown
Description: View from Lake Mendota of five boys sitting on the railing of a boathouse at 216 Langdon Street. From left to right are: Marshall Hanks, Max Mason, Clarenc...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: A view east from the corner of South Blair and Williamson Streets. On the left is Joe's News Store (Joseph J. Kuhn) 520 E. Wilson Street and a sign for th...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: A group portrait of female workers at the Red Dot Potato Chip Company. Fourth from the left in the top row is Vivian Harrison Matheson, identified by Ellis...
Description: View of the crowd gathered to watch the presentation of a replica Liberty Bell to Governor Rennebohm by Vern S. Bell, chairman of Dane County U. S. savings...
Description: Garden show and tea at which the West Side Garden Club entertained other garden clubs of the Madison area. Mrs. Fred D. Chamberlin, left, and Mrs. F. H. D...
Description: Julie, age 2, and Penny, age 4, daughters of Horace and Jane Page, enjoy refreshments at the University Club's Christmas party for the younger children of...
Description: Portrait of Emma Goldman, noted anarchist "Red Emma, Queen of the Anarchists", seated in a chair. Goldman spoke at the University of Wisconsin at Madison...
Description: A view of two houses on the west side of South Brearly Street in the Marquette neighborhood; house on left has two addresses: 614 South Brearly and 950 Har...
Description: Group portrait of the J.J. Smith Jewelers team, who set the pace in Class A of the women's state bowling tournament at Sheboygan.
Left to right: Betty Tre...
Description: Cyanotype image of the Davidson house, on the corner of State and Lake Streets.
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