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Description: Three Madison area GIs, left to right: technican fifth grade Homer McKnight, 153 Dunning Street; Pvt. Shirley Klicko, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klicko, Ne...
Description: Officers of the Phillips Petroleum Company, left to right: Paul Endacott, Bartlesville, Oklahoma, president of the firm; George W. Kieffer, chairman of t...
Date: date unknown
Description: This 19th century manuscript map shows First Lake, Second Lake, streams, and sections in the towns of Dunn and Pleasant Springs, Dane County, Wisconsin.
Description: Members of the Zonta Club sponsored a community-wide dinner and educational program for Hear, Inc. at the Park Hotel. Left to right: Janice Stovall, direct...
Description: Portrait of Arthur G. Tappen, manager of the Madison Office, 21 W. Main Street, of the Western Union Telegraph Company since 1915. Wisconsin State Journal...
Description: The Capitol theatre tower and marquee (209 State) with Kessenich's (201 State), Fred W. Kruse Co (205 State), Peoples Clothing Company (213 State) and Farn...
Description: Orpheum Theater under construction, located at 216 State Street, from upper balcony with two men on scaffolding.
Description: Group portrait at a party for radio station WIBA personnel. People are posing sitting and standing around tables set for dinner in front of a wall with As...
Description: Group portrait of 8 female and 8 male athletes, members of the Madison Turnverein, dressed in shorts and t-shirts, with women holding Indian clubs.
Description: Jerry Hursh of Madison (right) throws a right that lands on the shoulder of Bill Judson, Chicago, in the third round of their match during the University o...
Description: Olaf Hanson, operator of a meat counter, displays his invention: a plastic mold to assemble city chicken on wood skewers.
Date: 1899 ca.
Description: Three women, from left to right: Mrs. Vandercook, Mrs. Osborn and Mrs. Schildhauer, pose in white Grecian-inspired costumes. Mrs. Osborn sits behind a larg...
Description: Girl assemble for Brownie Girl Scout day camp at Hoyt Park.
Description: Palm Garden refreshment stand with three men behind a bar, with tables and chairs, and decorative palm trees. The stand was set up at the East Side Busines...
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Sanford C. "Sandy" Goltz, "Wisconsin State Journal" staff writer.
Description: Action in the Madison Edgewood - Eau Claire St. Patrick high school football game at Breese Stevens Field. The Edgewood player in the picture who is identi...
Description: New women faculty members and wives of new University of Wisconsin faculty members are guests of honor at informal, get-acquainted coffee parties planned b...
Description: Group portrait of Inter-Sorority council members. Front row, left to right: Virginia Crownhart, Mary Sedgwick, Jean Kelzenberg, and Ann Thurman. Back row...
Description: Group portrait of the Madison Reserve Seabee Company 9-49, standing at attention at the Naval Reserve Training Station, 1046 East Washington Avenue.
Description: Teenagers Kay Beyer and Jerry Kinder practice ballroom dancing.
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