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Description: Detail of one of two bronze andirons, this one a satyr, in the Governor's Conference Room at the Wisconsin State Capitol. The andirons depict cherubs and f...
Description: Prior to the dinner for food buyers and merchandisers, members, and guests golfed at Blackhawk Country Club. Pointing to winning scores is Francis Knight....
Description: Five women in fancy attire pose together at a table at a Who's New Club event. Four of the women wear leaf-shaped name tags.
Description: Portrait of the executive directors of the City YWCA and the University of Wisconsin YWCA, one of the Red Feather services of the United Givers' Fund. They...
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Charles G. Rodolph. He was born in Switzerland on November 15, 1818, and came to the Wisconsin Territory in May of 1834. He...
Description: The John E. Kendall House, 104 East Gilman Street, built in 1855.
Description: Executive Residence, 130 East Gilman Street, built in 1854. Used as the Executive Residence from 1883-1950.
Description: A close-up of the damage in the office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction caused by the Wisconsin State Capitol fire. Details of interest include...
Description: Secretary uses the telephone at the Groves School for Secretaries, with notepad, telephone and intercom. Classroom appears beyond the window.
Description: Portrait of ten bowlers from the Lucky Strikers and the Fearless Five teams in the Industrial Commission Girls loop of the woman's bowling league at the Pl...
Description: The history of tea service was shown by a display of tea pots in the Wisconsin Historical Society women's auxiliary exhibit, "Tides of Taste." The image sh...
Description: Betty Ann and Arthur G. Field on a sled in the snow with their mother Elizabeth Field kneeling next to them near a stone wall. The family lives at 333 Nor...
Description: Vignetted carte-de-visite portrait of Major David C. Fulton, F & S, 1st Heavy Artillery.
Date: 1971-01-26 ca.
Description: Poster advertising Matterplay at 321 Gorham Street, Madison, Wisconsin. The poster features a combination of fantasy and realism in its representation of s...
Description: Exterior of University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agriculture.
Description: By 1934 the Dane County Highway Police staff had increased to four officers, was boosted to nine in 1937, and in three years to fifteen. The officers shown...
Description: Newcomers to Madison are: Mrs. Wesley S. (Leona) Walker; children Peter, and Jackie; and the family's dog, Renny, a white English Pointer.
Description: Side view of portion of facade of building with entrance steps on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, located on University Avenue.
Description: Group portrait of eight members of the Wisconsin Board of Agriculture seated around a table.
Description: Seventy-six-year old Henry L. Krehl, believed to the be city's oldest soda jerk, at the soda fountain of his brother August W. "Doc" Krehl's drug store, 40...
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