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Description: Teenagers Carol Ball and Tom Gately dance the Cha-Cha-Cha.
Description: Soap box racers head down a hill on S. Midvale Boulevard as a large group of spectators watch from behind a fence. 1953 was the first year Madison's soap b...
Description: The lunch counter at Truax Field, formerly Madison Municipal Airport. Two men are sitting at the counter, probably airport employees, and a waitress is po...
Date: date unknown
Description: Waist-up portrait of Professor Richard Ely, head professor of political economy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Description: Close-up portrait of Rebecca (Butcher) Olson on her wedding day with her maid-of-honor Jill Howman. Rebecca married William Olson on June 20, 1987 at the...
Description: Group portrait of the eight grandchildren of Harold and Hannah Dyer, 21 West Gilman Street.
Description: Pictured left to right are Robert Bruni, Edgerton; Edwin "Pat" Bruni, Edgerton, and Emil "Pete" Behrens, Cambridge, winners in the Wisconsin Men's State Bo...
Description: Betty Gregg, chief technologist for the Red Cross in Madison, checks the blood type of volunteer donor George Gill.
Description: Booker T. Washington stands flanked by Richard "Dick" Lloyd Jones (left) and Jenkin Lloyd Jones (right) near the shore of a Madison lake. Washington, desc...
Description: Seated from left to right; Martha, Rufus and Emma. Standing from left to right; Martha, Harris and Myron. The 1870 US Census has the family configuration a...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: The Union House Tavern, known as Schulkamp's Corner Saloon, 2601 East Washington Avenue at Milwaukee Street. A group of men are standing on the porch holdi...
Description: Harry B. Haley (right) bought the diamond pin and 662 jewel bracelet held by George H. Brown, chief deputy U.S. Marshal for the Western Wisconsin District...
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of two women standing on either side of a man wearing a hat. Both woman are wearing dresses, and the woman o...
Description: Two Central High school football players, Captain of the team
Bid Smith on the right, and an unknown is teammate on the left, pose for a portrait on the...
Description: Portrait of Philip Plath. Plath sold his business property, Plath Motor Sales at 1033 East Washington Avenue, to Gillespie-Blumer Motors, Inc., and joined...
Date: 1948-07 date unknown
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Governor Oscar Rennebohm.
Description: Eight Girl Scouts kneeling around a campfire inside a campfire ring at Camp Indianola.
Description: A crowd of children, some in costume, gather at the Orpheum Theater entrance behind a caricature labeled "Jack Holt" during a promotion for the film, "Swi...
Description: Group portrait of family and guests at A.E. Proudfit's silver wedding anniversary party, which took place at the Morris residence.
Description: A woman, Grace, smiles as she poses while standing in a sand pit near the intersection of Fish Hatchery Road and Park Street. A note on the back of the pho...
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