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Description: University of Wisconsin football player Kunesh (45) ends 11 yard gain on pass play.
Description: Mrs. Rena Gigous made 200 cancer dressings in January. The dressings are displayed at Baron's and Yost Kessnichs department stores.
Description: George Gilberstson, champion of the Old-Time Fiddlers' contest at the Madison Community Center, receiving his $35 prize from the Master of Ceremonies, Ralp...
Description: Group portrait of Wisconsin boxers who have received awards and some of the speakers at the John Walsh testimonial dinner marking his retirement. Front row...
Description: Firemen stand on the roof of Quality Service Laundry at 1202 Regent Street as smoke billows out from below.
Description: Fred Winkleman holds a new pair of chimpanzees, Nip and Tuck, at Henry Vilas Zoo (Vilas Park Zoo).
Description: Three officers of the Junior Catholic League, composed of girls from Madison high schools, prepare refreshments. Right to left: Margaret McConley, Monona...
Description: Eight students, in costume, gathered around a piano at a University of Wisconsin-Madison beer party.
Description: Gardner Baking Company truck with "Gardner's Double-Duty Bread" and "The 'TWO IN ONE' Loaf" signs.
Description: Charles Hopkins, a former Madison Central High School athlete, boxes in the all-university tournament at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House.
Description: Governor Philip F. La Follette signing a bill in the Governor's office with onlookers.
Description: Dean Morfey, 12-years-old, is a surviving recipient of 15 pints of blood from the Red Cross during surgery. Morfey's leg was amputated after an accident.
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: View down a rocky rural lane near West Blue Mounds. Zigzag stake and rider split-rail fencing enclose a farmstead, which includes a barn, a frame house, h...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: The sculpture, "Genius of Wisconsin" by Helen Farnsworth Mears, displayed in the rotunda of the third Wisconsin State Capitol. On the right is a display ca...
Description: Four Madison West players consult with their coach during a Friday evening game at the WIAA state high school basketball tournament.
Description: Main Street with storefronts, automobiles, and horses and carriages parked along it.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The Plow (Plough) Inn, 3402 Monroe St., surrounded by trees. There are a flight of steps up to the landing for the front door. A small, shed-like building...
Description: John P. Reed's Sound Service car with two loud speaker horns and a sign on top. The automobile is a Plymouth provided by Gillespie Blumer of Madison.
Description: Elevated view of the Strand Theater located at 16 East Mifflin Street near the corner of Wisconsin Avenue. The marquee reads "Babe Ruth and Anna Q. Nilsson...
Description: Grave marker for Samuel Warren of Middlesex, England, who was killed by lightning in June of 1838 at the age of 26. Warren was buried in what was the first...
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