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Description: Wendell Willkie speaking with Ed Mergen, "Wisconsin State Journal" veteran typesetter in charge of page layout, in the composing room during Willkie's 194...
Description: Three university faculty wives admire a floral arrangement at the University League tea to honor the wives of visiting summer session faculty members at th...
Description: Group portrait of the Middleton Sport Bowl team, winners of the championships in the Madison Bowling Association's top two leagues. Left to right are, in f...
Description: Aerial photograph of the Glenway Park area on Madison west side, looking west across Monroe Street and Dudgeon School (3200 Monroe Street). Glenway golf co...
Date: 1972-05 ca.
Description: Poster for the rock band Tayles, appearing live in concert in Madison, Wisconsin. Features a distorted photograph of the band's members.
Description: Informal portrait of Wisconsin Governor Walter Goodland, on the left and Lt. Governor, Oscar Rennebohm, on the right.
Description: View of State Street towards Bascom Hill with Schaeffer's Lavernette, a soda fountain, Student's Book Exchange, and the University Coop.
Description: Three board members confer at the annual meeting of the United Community Chest. From left are Mary Johnson, Phillip C. Stark, and John R. Wrage.
Date: 1971-02 ca.
Description: Poster advertising a screening of D. W. Griffith's Intolerance, held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Wisconsin Union Theater, February 18, 19...
Description: Basement of State Office Building, 1 W. Wilson Street, under construction, facing toward Wilson Street.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: View from street of three-story house.
Description: Judith Kayser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Kayser of 3 Bayside Drive, is one of the waterfront activities counselors at the YWCA's Teen camp on Lake M...
Description: Governor Walter Kohler presents outstanding service awards to the Wisconsin State Federation of Labor and the Wisconsin Association for the Disabled in rec...
Date: 1946 ca.
Description: View of the Wisconsin State Capitol building and the surrounding area from Lake Monona.
Description: John Hines dismantles one of two out-of-date pumps at the Madison Water Works, 311 N. Hancock Street, a job he obtained through the CWA (Civil Works Admini...
Description: Ornate metal siding above oriel windows, common in Tudor and Gothic architecture, on a building at 115 North Hamilton Street.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Two pelicans and other waterfowl on the lagoon in Henry Vilas Zoo (Vilas Park Zoo), opened in 1911.
Description: A group of University of Wisconsin students who live at Randall House, 1218 West Dayton Street, a residence established by Catholic institute Opus Dei. Sea...
Description: Whitewater State College football coach Forrest Perkins diagrams a football play for high school coaches. Shown (L-R) are Coach Perkins, Otto Breitenbach,...
Description: Black Eagle Service Station, 1039 East Washington Avenue, featuring Goodrich tires and batteries and Pennzoil.
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