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Description: Jean Van Eweyk of Milwaukee, fiancée of Lieutenant Edward C. Agner.
Description: Paul Worthington receives his mail from Emma Dais, chief clerk and housemother, at the reception desk at the newly built University of YMCA at 306 North Br...
Description: F. Ryan Duffy (left) U. S. Circuit Court Judge of Chicago presents Class of 1910 rededication of its "Sifting and Winnowing" plaque on Bascom Hill. Preside...
Description: Formal portrait of Governor Robert M. La Follette, Sr.
Description: Speakers at a Republican forum held at the Eagles club, 23 West Doty Street, are left to right: John B. Chapple, Ashland, who spoke for Grant Ritter, runni...
Description: Acrobats in formation, on stage with 15 participants holding various pieces of athletic equipment.
Description: James F. O'Neil, center, pictured with Governor Oscar Rennebohm, left, and Herman C. Runge, department commander. O'Neal was the top speaker, Rennebohm was...
Description: Exterior view from driveway of the Edward. B.A. Sokoloski residence in the snow at 874 Woodrow Street.
Description: The Nakoma Country Club golf team who won the city team championship. First row, left to right, are Billy Hilsenhoff, Tom Mould, Doug Koepcke, Bob Bruce an...
Description: Winter view of the Elisha Keyes residence at the corner of Gorham and North Pinckney Streets.
Description: Water Softening Service, Inc. booth at the East Side Business Mens Festival featuring Culligan water softeners. Also shown is a booth for Mell's Hardware.
Description: Interior view of the bar at Frenchy's Restaurant, 3302 University Avenue. View includes bar-top juke box controls, and sign saying "Welcome back... Wearer...
Description: An unidentified man stands outdoors near a building while holding up his hand.
Description: The Shell filling station, 341 State Street as workers started to tear it down. The station, built in 1924 and at one time adjudged the second most beautif...
Description: Plans are being completed for the organization of a Women's Auxiliary to the Dane County Bar Association. Wives of the lawyers will make up the membership....
Description: Show window containing a mannequin wearing a mink stole, and a display of mink pelts and dressed skins at Master Furriers, 11 West Main Street.
Description: A majestic brick building which housed the Teckmeyer Candy Company, the Globe Bakery, and the original Buy-and-Sell Shop before the State of Wisconsin took...
Description: Mrs. Jessie Avery (left) chats with Mrs. Verle Jacobs, both members of the Dane County Homemakers. The women sang with the Homemaker's Chorus during the an...
Description: Bishop William P. O'Connor of the Madison diocese walks in a procession at the dedication of the new building for St. Patrick's convent, 30 S. Franklin Str...
Description: Contenders in the western class of the Madison Saddle Club horse show are, left to right Nancy Timmons, Janet Marlett, and Colleen Houghton.
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