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Description: Girl Scouts receiving cookies from Reidar Strand, Strand Bakery, are Judith Engel, 3221 Center Avenue, and Joanne Frailing, 2325 Oakridge. The Strand Baker...
Description: First Congregational Church Pastor, Reverend Alfred W. Swan, in pastoral robe.
Description: Charles Lindbergh arriving in Madison to receive an honorary degree from University of Wisconsin. 1927
Description: Three children look at a picture book at the Morningside Sanatorium for tuberculosis patients. Money from the sale of Christmas seals was used to redecorat...
Description: Display of German "war junk," including fire arms and clothing, exhibited at the East Side Business Men's Festival. The souvenirs on display were collected...
Description: Children and parents of the Madison Twin Club held their Christmas party in the Community Center. Shown (left to right) are Michael and Maurice Glynn, 14-y...
Description: Buick advertising sign in the first block of North Fairchild Street, uncovered by workers who removed another billboard that had covered the old sign.
Description: Wisconsin's Ted Baumgarten crosses home plate with the tying run in a baseball game against the University of Michigan at Lowman field.
Description: Albert and Sophie Kouba look through their collection of Native American relics, including many arrowheads.
Description: The Zimmerman twins, Lettie and Lloyd, celebrated their 11th birthday with 54 friends and 12 teachers at Lincoln School. Lettie and Lloyd are shown accepti...
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Description: French Battery and Carbon Company, later known as Rayovac. The old circle belt in the Madison plant.
Description: John Harrison, 616 Williamson Street, with part of his brood of doomed white rats. City health department ordered their extermination.
Description: Pictured are Roy Matson, editor of the Wisconsin State Journal (seated), and Louise Marston, society editor of the paper (standing at left), discuss...
Description: A male beauty operator gives a woman a facial massage in the Baron Brothers Department Store Beauty Shop/"Bobber" Shop.
Description: Miss Frances Baldwin (right), the new executive secretary of Family Service poses with a mother and two children. Family Services is supported by the Unite...
Description: Lewis Arms sits on a railing outside University Hospital where he worked as a storeroom clerk. He is wearing a white jacket and hat.
Description: Bluteau's Drive-In Market, 2418 University Avenue, featuring Calvert Liquor sign and fresh turkeys. Sign reads "Clear heads choose Calvert".
Description: From left, Benjamin Huiskamp, Evelyn Aitken, Donald Aitken and Janet Huiskamp sit at a table during the Mendota Yacht club Moonlight Regatta and picnic sup...
Description: Governor Vernon Thomson (left) and former Governor Walter J. Kohler Jr. examine the oil portrait of Kohler which was unveiled in the Governor's private off...
Description: Full-length mug shot of Harlan Lunde.
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