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Description: Tower view from the First Congregational Church of the University campus and University Avenue. Lake Mendota is in the background on the left. The Wisconsi...
Description: Wisconsin corn growing champion Larry Pluemer of Lancaster is shown at right with Bernard McGinley, Grant county farm and home development agent. Mr. Pluem...
Description: Leo Lunenschloss (left), Henry Scott, and Jean Bell represent the Madison chapter of the American Institute of Banking at the annual meeting. They are seat...
Description: Wisconsin State Journal employees at the make up table assembling the newspaper pages.
Description: Monroe Street during construction.
Description: Portrait of Ruth Allcott, Art Director of Madison's public schools.
Description: East Side Youth Activities Council Mayor John Collins takes the oath of office from Dane County Judge Fred. M. Evans.
Description: Planter boxes are one of the features in the Parade of Homes.
Description: People wait in line for the opportunity to buy tickets to a Green Bay Packers home game.
Date: 1971-08 ca.
Description: Poster advertising for an event occurring between August 1971 and February 1972 called the "Traffic Experiment," in Madison. Features screen printed map of...
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: View from Southeast shore of Lake Monona across a cornfield, perhaps on the farm of Thomas Williamson.
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: Ole Bull Residence at 130 East Gilman Street. Family on lawn playing croquet with house in background. Later, the house was known as the Thorp House. It be...
Description: The junior division of the University of Wisconsin Service League for faculty wives has a number of interest groups including the sewing group, shown prep...
Date: date unknown
Description: View of a farm and fields, possibly those of G. Tollefson.
Description: Interior of the Rennebohm's Drug store, Number 16, in the new Madison East Shopping Center on East Washington Avenue.
Description: Three officers of the Catholic Junior League discuss plans for the tea and other events with Rev. John Flanagan, spiritual adviser of the organization. Th...
Description: Fred Winkleman holds a new pair of chimpanzees, Nip and Tuck, at Henry Vilas Zoo (Vilas Park Zoo).
Description: Members of two sororities meet to plan a Christmas dance for teenagers. Seated in front are Mary Rendall, president of Tri-Hi, and Jean Postweiler, preside...
Description: Two men present a medal to an elderly woman wearing a floral hat and corsage on her lapel.
Description: The heaviest member of the University of Wisconsin football team, tackle Jerry Cvengros from Ironwood, Michigan, tips the scale at 261 pounds.
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