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Description: First Wisconsin Governor's Mansion, which served as the home for seventeen governors from 1883 to 1950, 130 East Gilman Street. It is often called the "exe...
Description: View from street through gates towards a small group in front of the third Wisconsin State Capitol near the West Washington Avenue entrance. The iron fence...
Description: Four men look on during installation of a billboard designed by Hinkson Advertising Agency, at the corner of S. Park Street and Olin Avenue. The sign prom...
Description: Mrs. Lindley V. Sprague of Maple Bluff Country Club won the second flight championship of the Wisconsin Women's Golf Association Tournament.
Description: Interior view of the White Cross Pharmacy Soda Fountain, 920 East Johnson Street.
Description: Jeanette Beelen (left), Helen Macke, and Carolee Hobbs chat at the annual Delta Delta Delta Pansy Breakfast.
Description: Five boys gathered around the table at the opening of the LOFT youth center. Left to right: Gordon Findorff, Maple Bluff; Dick Sandersen, 919 Vilas Avenue;...
Description: Popular singers in the city's young set are the eight boys who make up East High School's double quartet. First row, left to right: George Otis, Jim Bailey...
Description: Edward Hein, age 66, retires from the Wisconsin Conservation Department after 24 years of service as the publications supervisor. Hein was honored at a ret...
Description: Drawing of Findorff Lumber & Supply Company building, 601 West Wilson Street.
Description: Jerry DeWitts, Vallejo, California, semi-finalist in the Singles Division of the Wisconsin Invitational Junior Tennis Tournament.
Description: Portrait of Hella Johnson sitting in front of the Nakoma Country Club clubhouse. She serves as president of the Woman's Organization of the Nakoma Country...
Description: Wisconsin Centennial Parade. Elevated view of the crowd as the U.S. Army 32nd Division passes along Main Street. The Tenney Building is in the background.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Exterior of the Thomas C. Chamberlain Hall of the Chemistry Building at the intersection of University Avenue and North Charter Street. There is a signboa...
Description: Shown left to right, first row, are Glenn Nording, basketball coach; Leon Stolen, football captain; Otto Breitenbach, football coach. In the back row are...
Description: This red brick Italianate residence located at 216 Langdon Street, was built in 1870 for Lucien Stanley Hanks, a prominent Madison banker and civic leader,...
Description: Evelyn Canfield, in Madison General Hospital bed, looks to her newborn baby, David, who won the Orpheum theater's fourth anniversary "A Star Is Born" conte...
Date: 1894 ca.
Description: Elevated view of large crowd gathered to witness the dedication ceremony for the University of Wisconsin-Madison gymnasium.
Description: Two couples attend the observance of Norway's Syttende Mai Independence Day, sponsored by the Ygdrasil Literary Society at the Wisconsin Center. Left to ri...
Description: Nine young people gathered at the refreshment table at the annual neighborhood Christmas party given for all young people in Nakoma. Pictured left to righ...
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