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Description: Front entrance of Fauerbach Brewery Building, 653 Williamson Street.
Description: View from across street of building on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. A sign on a striped post reads: "Look Out for The Cars."
Description: Room where murder, suicide occurred. Adele Burnton was murdered by Harold Kotvis, who then committed suicide. 521 North Henry Street.
Description: Exterior view of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Home Management house at 1430 Linden Drive. Seniors majoring in home economics were required to live f...
Description: This house in the 1956 Parade of Homes in Meadowood with its illuminated device for showing the house numbers has been wired to the exact standards of the...
Description: A Soap Box Derby announcer (either Lon Landman or Dwaine Tucker) sits at a WIBA microphone.
Description: Dick Botham, West High School track star who was undefeated in the 440 yard run.
Description: Notched shingles, a style that developed in the late 1800's, decorate the second story exterior of this house at 715 East Gorham Street.
Description: Four sprinters finish their race as spectators watch them go by. Sprinters and their order of finish are, left to right: Don Lautz, West (4);Dick Berens, C...
Description: University of Wisconsin Women's Self Government Association style show, showing two women, one standing in a suit with hat and gloves, and one seated, wear...
Description: Exterior view of main entrance of Bascom Hall (formerly Main Hall) on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: The ceremony marking the first Wisconsin Central Airlines flight at Madison. Margaret "Mickey" Morey, the wife of Howard Morey, is about to cut the ribbon....
Description: Members of Tri-Hi Sorority and members of the First Unitarian Society packing clothing for Hungarian relief. (L to R), Mrs. Elnar Haugen, Mary Ellen Lather...
Description: Military parade on Main Street honoring President Grover Cleveland's visit to Madison. Soldiers are marching to meet the President and crowds are watching...
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: Looking down University of Wisconsin Drive (present-day Lakeshore Path). Large trees grows along the shoreline on the left, and on the right is a thick woo...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Turnhalle Building (Turner Hall), 21 South Butler Street, Madison.
Description: Interior view of the Ernst Friendlander home, including a table folded into a wall, built-in shelves, and a Mid-Century modern lamp.
Description: Susan Stauffer (left), Jerry Harned, Stephen Sawin and Karen Olson admire the decorations during the University Club's annual Christmas dance for their mem...
Description: School children Nancy and Billy Hoppe look at costumes to be worn by actresses in the upcoming Americanization Pageant.
Description: Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church's boys choir grouped in front of the organ, with The Reverend James A. McInerney (Father Mac) in their midst. The church...
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