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Description: Dr. Sigfrid Prager, retiring conductor of the Madison Civic Symphony orchestra and Madison Civic Chorus, Farewell Dinner. Left to right are honoree Dr. Sig...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: A parade float elaborately decorated with flowers and pulled by four robed horses travels west along East Doty Street, with the Central (Fess) Hotel in the...
Date: 1970 ca.
Description: Handmade poster alluding to a statement from American social and political activist Tom Hayden, in which he allegedly asked, "[Is it] time to pick up a gun...
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison students stand on a Lake Mendota pier while others paddle a canoe.
Description: Interior of the Rushour Manufacturing Company Inc., 2070 Helena Street with men working on the vending machine assembly line.
Description: Winnebago Auto Parts Replacement Parts Company, 103 North Park Street. Four mechanics are in the shop in front of repair equipment.
Date: 1901-11-04 before
Description: Front cover of the announcement for the twelfth dinner of the Six O'Clock Club, with circular head and shoulders portraits of Presidents William McKinley J...
Description: Circuit Judge Michael Torphy, presiding over the murder trial of Barbara Hoffman.
Description: Eight members of the Wisconsin Council of Agriculture (in no particular order, they probably are: C.F. Claflin, Pres., William H. Hutter, Pres. emeritus, C...
Description: Men use a steel husker and shredder and a Farmall Regular tractor on the farm of J. Peter Peterson.
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Scene along Willow Drive, later known as "University Drive," on the shore of Lake Mendota, showing the neo-Gothic carved bridge. View from shoreline of t...
Description: Michigan State's George Sisini, 156 pounds, ducks a punch as he is outpointed by the University of Wisconsin's Bob Meath.
Description: Head and shoulders portrait of Amos Parker Wilder, editor of the Wisconsin State Journal, and father of writer, Thornton W. Wilder.
Description: W.J. Rendall, Earl. E. Wheeler, and George C. Hockney operating a small weed cutter in Lake Mendota off the shore of Maple Bluff. Mr. Hockney is the manufa...
Description: Billy Lowe scores the University of Wisconsin's first touchdown during a game against Northwestern.
Description: W.J. (Bill) Clark, master pronouncer in the Badger Spelling Bee finals, looks over the word list with bee officials Wallace Wikoff, Spelling Bee director,...
Description: Salesman standing beside new Ford car, parked beside the UW YMCA, 740 Langdon Street, with Harry Stuhldreher, University of Wisconsin-Madison football coac...
Description: R. Glenn Weiss is shown with the eldest of his five children, Peter, age 22. They are looking at camera equipment acquired when Peter was stationed with th...
Description: Ski jumper eases to a stop with his legs splayed wide apart, and bent over forwards with their hands touching the ground for balance.
Description: View of Robert M. La Follette, Sr., at the voting booth in Maple Bluff, Wisconsin at the conclusion of his independent, third-party Presidential campaign.
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