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Description: A man, probably Everett Chambers (a freshman from Tomah), receives the "Fightin'est Figher" award at the 34th annual All-University boxing tournament.
Description: Clayton W. Haswell, 1610 Jefferson Street, on the steps of the United States Post Office Building, carefully guiding a wash basket filled with unclaimed ma...
Description: Mrs. Albert H. (Kath) Mayer works as one of the Gray Ladies (volunteers) of the Red Cross and pours a mold in the ceramics room in the occupational therapy...
Description: Display of magazine and newspaper circulation contest premiums: mixer, toaster, radio, two clothing irons, and a knife sharpener.
Description: The living room of the Clifford and Elizabeth Lord home at 1902 Arlington Place. Elizabeth and daughter Patty are seated in a chair near a bookcase and win...
Description: Parent of four of the players of the Lena High School basketball team seated in the stands during the annual state basketball tournament. Front row left t...
Description: View of businesses located on West Main Street on the Capitol Square. These include Feltons at 29 West Main Street, Forbes Meagher Music at 27 West Main St...
Date: 1868 ca.
Description: House of Timothy Brown II and Elizabeth Barnard Brown, 116 East Gorham Street. The house was built in 1863.
Description: Jon P. Wilcox (far left), cucumber grower and state legislator, crossing the grape boycott picket line at a Kroger store. In 1969, Grape boycotts in Wiscon...
Description: Admiring the decorations which the LOFT is making for the upcoming Halloween party and dance are Dolores Nemec, at left, and Georgia Kenyon, right. Both gi...
Description: More than 150 Madison high school pupils recruited through the Madison Youth Council helped plant trees and shrubs on the Vilas Park island.
Description: Committee chairmen for the Edgewood High School homecoming select music for the dance. From left, standing, are Tom Haen, Don Noltner, JoAnn Gilbert, and M...
Description: Twelve children from the Maple Bluff Fourth of July parade wearing varied costumes and standing in front of a large United States flag.
Description: A recipe from Mrs. Anna Trinrud of Madison, St. Valentine's pie made with lemon meringue with bits of orange peel, sits on a table. The pie is decorated wi...
Date: 1901 ca.
Description: Exterior of Chadbourne Hall, a four-story dormitory, on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Music Hall is on the right behind the dorm.
Description: Portrait of John A. Wilkie, who was appointed an Honorary Three Star General of the South Korean Army and later was employed by the Wisconsin Department of...
Description: Portrait of Donald Fornasiere seated at his drafting table in the special tools engineering department at Gisholt Machine Company. Mr. Fornasiere is part o...
Description: Top winners in the "Home Frontier" art contest sponsored by the Blackhawk Council of Girl Scouts are Betsy Van Roo, left, daughter of George and Mary Greel...
Description: Madison Visiting Nurse Service Officials look over plans for a new office. Left to right are Mrs. Helen Giessel, board of directors treasurer; Mrs. Virgini...
Description: Four officers' wives at the Madison Army Officers' Wives club meeting held at the Capital Hotel. From left to right: Mrs. E.F. Bond, Mrs. Stephen Garrett...
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