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Description: Elevated interior view of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Red Gym (Old Red or Armory) main floor. Gymnastic equipment is set up throughout the large, w...
Description: Attendees at the Air Power banquet include, from left to right: Patricia Jensen; Brig. Gen. Kenneth H. Gibson, commander of the Chicago Air Defense Sector;...
Description: Portrait of the Wisconsin-Felton team, new champions of the Madison Woman's Bowling Association. Left to right: Front - Audrey Geier and Lorene Keefe. Back...
Description: The five Feiler youngsters are towed on their water skis behind the boat driven by their father, Ed, on Monona Bay.
Description: Governor Albert Schmedeman and Ex-Governor William A. Langer of North Dakota, seated in Governor Schmedeman's office.
Description: Four of the organizers of the Madison Service Clubs Olympics point their golf clubs high toward a record turnout for the 1962 event at the Monona Municipal...
Description: Mable Sawtelle, a Red Cross nurses' aide, tends to baby Sara in a crib with doll. Poster says: "Rollier demonstrated the value of heliotherapy in the mts...
Description: Recently remodeled South Shore Methodist Church, 608 West Olin Avenue. Built in 1895, it was known as the People's Community Church.
Description: Waters Motors, Inc., 802 East Washington Avenue at the corner of North Livingston, taken from across the street.
Description: An air view of Madison's downtown area with the Wisconsin State Capitol and new State Office Buildings.
Description: A memorial monument at the grave of Mary McFarland in the McFarland Cemetery.
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: View from the top of the Wisconsin State Capitol looking east down King Street toward Lake Monona.
Description: Bishop William P. O'Connor of the Madison Catholic diocese as he boards a Chicago-bound train on the first leg of his trip to Rome, where he will report to...
Description: Four men stand beside a Curtiss airplane to receive a parcel flown in from the National Theatre Supply Company for the Eastwood Theatre.
Description: Three young girls, children of members of the East Side Women's club, model at a style show presented at a meeting of the club. Pictured from left to right...
Date: date unknown
Description: View up hill of Washburn Observatory on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The President's residence and a rear view of Bascom Hall are to the rig...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Illinois Central Railroad station, 603 West Washington Avenue. The passenger depot is in the foreground, and the freight depot is across West Washington A...
Description: Portrait of the family of Dr. Joseph Hobbins of Madison: Sarah Badger Jackson Hobbins holding her daughter Alice Russell Hobbins (1853-1926), Sarah Ellen H...
Description: Interior of Felton Gun Store, located at 120 E. Washington Avenue, with elk, deer, and mountain goat heads mounted on the wall among the firearms and hunti...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: The third (second in Madison), Wisconsin State Capitol that stood from 1857-1913, from a stereograph original.
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