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Date: 1949-03-25 

Description: University of Wisconsin boxer James "Red" Sreenan (left) fighting against Harold Brown of the University of Minnesota at the University of Wisconsin-Madiso...

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Student Nurse Week

Date: 1957-10-07 

Description: Methodist Hospital student nurse Sandra Sheller writes a letter home for patient Ray Zimmerman from Murphysboro, Illinois. She is taking part in the state-...

Date: 1952-02-29 

Description: Six men representing service clubs (Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions, Exchange, Gyro and Optimist) meet to plan their "Winter Olympics" competition.

Date: 1950-11-04 

Description: University of Wisconsin senior law students participate in the traditional ceremony of tossing their canes over the south goal post's bar at the homecoming...

Date: 1956-08-27 

Description: Four Wisconsin High School lettermen go through calisthenics at the first football practice. They are Fred Roever, Bill Lindsey, Tom Heebink, and Dick Paul...

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Forest's Room

Date: 1905 ca.

Description: A small microscope sits on a table near a lace-curtained window in Forest Middleton's room. There is also a chair, bookcase and commode with china commode...

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Moses Whiteside

Date: 1856 

Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Moses Whiteside. He was born in Madison County, Illinois, on September 14, 1804, and came to Lafayette County, Wisconsin,...

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High School Seniors

Date: 1956-06-05 

Description: Eight young people take part in East High School's class play, "Five for Bad Luck." They include Sandra Spaeni, Valarie Thomas, Kay Duncan, Patricia Kelley...

Date: 1945 

Description: View of the Wisconsin State Capitol from balcony of Bascom Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Lake Monona is in the upper right background...

Date: 1955-02-01 

Description: School children from the Madison area are among the first visitors at the opening of the $100,000 Dairy Caravan at the State Capitol. Gov. Walter Kohler (r...

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Chimney Pots

Date: 1974-10-20 

Description: Three chimney pots atop a stone chimney on a house at 415 North Carroll Street.

Date: 1923 after

Description: Outdoor view of a billboard from the Wis. Poster Advertising Co. promoting the Schoelkopf Ford dealership with an ad: "The Nearest Service Is Ford Service...

Date: 1875 ca.

Description: Andrew Proudfit house at the corner of Fairchild Street and West Washington Avenue. The steeple and neighboring triangular window belong to the First Bapti...

Date: 1957-09-14 

Description: Group portrait of boys who sold Kool Aid and popcorn as a fundraiser for Roundy's Fun Fund (aid for handicapped and underprivileged boys and girls). Shown...

Date:  date unknown

Description: The Gisholt treasurer, standing and displaying a Sid Boyum drawing on top of a desk. The drawing was created for the treasurer in celebration of his retire...

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Roundy's Fun Fund

Date: 1956-08-03 

Description: Six children and an adult pose in front of the Wisconsin State Journal newspaper office at 115 South Carroll Street. The children had put on a neigh...

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Group on Lakeshore

Date: 1910 ca.

Description: Two boys in swimsuits and two well-dressed men pose beside a rowboat which has been pulled up on the sandy shore of, most likely, Lake Mendota.

Date: 1952-01-29 

Description: Shown are newcomers to Madison, Esther T. (Mrs. J. W. Sidney) Gallagher, 2025 Chadbourne Avenue, and her three children, left to right, Dick, Kathleen, and...

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Peters and Bowman

Date: 1954-01-30 

Description: Portrait of James Henry Peters and Virginia Louise Bowman, engaged to be married in August 1954.

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Flower Show Judges

Date: 1961-07-11 

Description: Judging flower shows requires a lot of training. Seated in a garden for the purpose of judging, are (left) Lurie Brewster Wear, a judge-in-training and (ri...

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