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Description: Margie Wesley of 630 West Wilson Street and Nancy Bonner of 213 North Murray Street were members of the decorating committee for the Loft's gala holiday pa...
Description: Scene still with Marshall Neilan, in white shirt, and Ruth Roland in a room crowded with police officers from one of the many silent films they made for Ka...
Description: Cigarette Advertising Card produced by Kinney Brothers. Depicted is W.J. Fitzpatrick, a jockey and winner of "The Suburban 1886."
Date: date unknown
Description: View looking down hill of bridge, probably the Harrison Street Bridge, leading into town over the river. There is a man standing on the bridge, and a blurr...
Description: A Wautoma, Wisconsin neighborhood. On both sides of the street in both the foreground and middle distance are service stations, beyond them is a residenti...
Description: Engraving of a fur trader standing in the middle of a circle of seated Indians in their council tepee.
Description: Outdoor group portrait of the extended Gillett family at a reunion.
Description: View of garden landscaping on the Dickenson estate.
Description: Front cover of an advertising brochure for International six-cylinder heavy-duty trucks, including model A-7 and A-8 trucks.
Description: Syl, sitting on a wooden adjustable stool reads from sheet music and plays the piano.
Description: Floyd Quinney, Richard Quinney's father, feeding cows and chickens in a field on his family's farm.
Description: Chief Justice Rosenberry is seated at the head table with (left to right), Mrs. Oscar (Mary) Rennebohm, Gov. Oscar Rennebohm; Prof. William H. Kiekhofer; J...
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: View of corner of the Dankoler's sitting room. A framed portrait of Harry Dankoler sits on an easel near a window with a lace curtain. On the left is a cus...
Description: Several people, probably voter registration volunteers, stand outdoors in front of a building near tables and chairs at a primary election for the LCFO (Lo...
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: The first forestry building at Trout Lake Headquarters. It served the crew for eating and sleeping while they were clearing for the nursery site in progres...
Description: Grace Chatterton of Madison visits with Mrs. Robert Johns, LaCrosse, and University of Wisconsin student Nancy Natwick, Wisconsin Rapids, at the first Wome...
Description: View of the Lakeshore Path in Bascom Woods by Lake Mendota, later dedicated the Howard M. Temin Lake Shore Path on the University of Wisconsin-Madison camp...
Description: Charles Carman Blacksmith Shop, South Franklin Street between East Main and East Wilson Streets, demolished to build a four-unit apartment building. The or...
Description: Engineering photograph of a Farmall F-12 tractor with a single front wheel.
Description: Madison Bowling Association members who participated in the Association's 20th annual Golf Jamboree at the Nakoma Golf Club. Left to right, they are: Char...
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