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Description: Robert Lawrence works as an apprentice mechanic at Royal Typewriter Company after his recovery from tuberculosis.
Description: Dick Diminski, Port Washington, is finishing one-tenth of a second ahead of Ronald Houser, Madison West in the 880 relay. They were competing in the Madis...
Description: Dorothy Johansson, research assistant in zoology at the University of Wisconsin, performing an experiment using white rats to check techniques being develo...
Description: An informal portrait, taken at a caucus at city hall, shows Madison's City Council, the city's mayor, and two of its top officials. In the foreground are C...
Description: Studio portrait of John B. Heim (1848-1919), mayor of Madison from 1912-1913.
Description: Group portrait of the baseball team sponsored by Penn Electric Service Company, 538 West Washington Avenue.
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of John Slothower. He was born in Pennsylvania and came to Wisconsin in 1836. He resided in Stevens Point, and was 45 years...
Description: Staff Sgt. John C. Ludden, U.S. Air Force, filling out enlistment papers for his brother, James G. Ludden, 17, a 1948 graduate of East High School, at the...
Description: Lewis Arms poses next to his 1932 Chrysler automobile, probably on Milton Street.
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Darwin Clark. He was born in Otsego County, New York, in 1812, and came to Wisconsin in May of 1836. Clark served as mayo...
Description: Photographic postcard of a studio group portrait of (left to right) Lizzie Schoepp Dahmen, Antoine Dahmen and Eva Dahmen Bowar. Eva holds a toy stuffed ani...
Description: While en route from Oregon prison farm to Oscar Mayer and Co., three cows were frightened by an ambulance siren on the 700 block of West Washington Avenue...
Description: Portrait of Clifford Meyer, salesman at Albert Dizon men's clothing store.
Description: Elevated view of the Freedom Train, on the tracks behind the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad station, 644 West Washington Avenue. The Freed...
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Reuben Gold Thwaites, secretary of the State Historical Society, at his desk in the South Wing of the third Wisconsin State Capitol. Thwaites succeeded Lym...
Description: Detail of a group of civilian men in the Loyalty Day parade.
Description: Hand-colored lantern slide view of a ski jumper wearing #32 sailing off of the jump at Stoughton. Spectators watch from the base of the jump which is decor...
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Henry Merrell. He was born in Utica, New York, and came to Wisconsin in May of 1834. Merrell settled at Fort Winnebago.
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman sitting outside their house relaxing in the yard. Mr. Zimmerman reads "The State" paper, and Mrs. Zimmerman has flowers in her hand.
Description: Waters Motors Co., located at 802 East Washington, with two men shaking hands in front of old and new Pontiacs.
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