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Description: Interior bedroom in the Winfield Martin house, 2906 Lakeland Avenue. Built as a carriage house for James and Minnie Corry, in 1911, it was remodeled as a r...
Description: Portrait of Lucian (or Lucien) H. Palmer from the 1907 composite image of the Wisconsin Assembly. In 1906, Palmer (a Republican) was the first African Amer...
Description: The Charles N. Brown residence, 271 Langdon Street. This photograph was taken by Brown at 6:20 a.m. from in front of Reuben Gold Thwaites' residence at 26...
Description: Wisconsin football player, end Ken Sachtjen (82), tries to grab a pass from Wisconsin player Forrest "Frosty" Parish while Yale player Robert "Tex" Furse (...
Description: Group portrait of Beth Knope, winner of the 1952 Badger Spelling Bee, holding her trophy and standing between her teacher Floy Kendrick on the left and her...
Description: Entrance to the North Gardens subdivision on the corner of North Street and Hoard Street, owned by Paul E. Stark Company.
Description: William Pearl with his "Tia Juana hot tamales" cart and a woman customer eating a hot tamale.
Description: Mrs. Milton Sager, in a trailer home at Camp Randall, does day care with six children. The trailer park, provided by the University of Wisconsin, is for WW...
Description: A baker looks into the oven at Gardner Baking Company, with a rack of loaves of bread cooling beside him.
Description: Pahl Tire Company, located at 208 E. Washington Avenue. Opened in 1936, moved to 202 East Washington Avenue about 1960, closed in 2013.
Description: Six University of Wisconsin-Madison students who sparked the Pan American Fiesta which was held at the University in celebration of Pan American Day. Stan...
Description: Photographic postcard view of the exterior of the house at 1502 Fremont Avenue, built by Willard Droster, in the Sherman Park neighborhood. The house has a...
Description: Major Frank Genge, director of the Salvation Army in Madison, telling three women's division volunteers of the Community Chest about the weekly clothing sa...
Description: Madison Woman's Club members presenting 50 dolls to Orthopedic Hospital (Children's Hospital, a part of Wisconsin General Hospital). L to R: Mary E. Seybol...
Description: Circuit Judge Michael Torphy, presiding over the murder trial of Barbara Hoffman.
Description: Elevated view of Sterling Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Construction of Wisconsin General Hospital is underway in the foreground.
Description: Noni Foley and R.R. (Bud) Paunack model ski wear at the Madison YMCA Ski Club's fashion show.
Description: Nakoma's Twelfth Night Party features the historical pageantry of the Twelfth Night tradition. Dr. Gordon Davenport, master of revels for the party, and Ro...
Description: View across Lake Monona towards the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: Group portrait of six women officers of Alpha Epsilon Iota medical fraternity for women. Seated are Dr. Helen A. Cary on the left and Dr. Annette Washbur...
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