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Description: Two men fill the gas tanks of a car and truck at Jack D. Taylor's Super Service Station, 751-753 Williamson Street. This Art deco style building is located...
Description: Alfred F. Kniebusch being honored for his 54 years of service with the North Western railroad. Also shown, left to right, are H.W. Blum, transportation man...
Description: Four members of the Who's New Club pose between wagon wheels at the Who's New fall luncheon. Each woman wears a leaf-shaped name tag.
Description: Charles Magestro, University of Wisconsin 139-pound boxer, in match with John Granger, Syracuse University boxer. Wisconsin beat Syracuse 6-2. One of eigh...
Description: Chief Justice Marvin B. Rosenberry, left, of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, administering the oath of office to Governor Walter S. Goodland in the Wisconsin...
Description: Deborah Fagan, 2 years; Katherine Fagan, 2 months; Mary Fagan, mother; Helen Fagan, grandmother, celebrate a three-generational Thanksgiving at the Fagan h...
Description: George Vitense retires as golf pro at Nakoma Golf Club and moves on to his West Beltline Golfland venture, a combination of a driving range, a pitch 'n' pu...
Description: Pierce home, also called the Garnhardt home. Located at 424 North Pinckney Street. The house was built about 1857.
Date: 1952-03-17 ca.
Description: Owen D. Lattimore speaking to an audience. Although the photograph is not identified, it was undoubtedly taken at an appearance at the University Union Th...
Description: Wolff-Kubly & Hirsig, State Street at 401 West Gilman Street, display window featuring "Builder's Hardware", including door knobs, hinges and drawer handle...
Description: A painter standing and posing outdoors with his brush in his hand.
Description: Mrs. Edwin B. (Rosa) Fred, extreme left, wife of the university president, with a delegation of guests from Sun Prairie, at a tea at the Wisconsin executiv...
Description: A woman, bare from the waist up, stands at the x-ray machine as she receives a chest x-ray taken by an attendant at the controls at the Wisconsin General H...
Description: Mike Riegel and Mike Molvihill devised these blackface costumes for the Lake Mendota Drive Fourth of July parade.
Description: A large gladiola flower arrangement by Noweta Gardens stands on a table at the Central International Gladiolus Show at the University of Wisconsin-Madison...
Description: A northeast view of Madison from University Pier.
Description: Miss Pauline Buell removes an American flag from the Vilas Circle Bear Mound following the unveiling of a historic tablet on July 29, 1910.
Description: Albert Becker and Carl Van Skike, hunting partners for 32 years, pose in hunting clothes with shot guns while holding three geese they bagged while hunting...
Description: Carson Gulley, chef for UW dormitories, sits at a table in front of a WIBA microphone. He is wearing a chef's hat and white uniform.
Description: A sign for the Wisconsin Engraving Company, 109 S. Carroll Street hangs over the sidewalk.
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