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Description: Finalists in tryouts for leading roles in the first opera ever to be presented by the Wisconsin Players are shown here with Doris Kassel, accompanist, at a...
Description: Fans of Alan Ameche from his home town of Kenosha hold banners at the last home game for the University of Wisconsin star at Camp Randall stadium.
Description: Kroger Grocery Store in the Madison East Shopping Center, 2829 East Washington Avenue. Also shown is the Spic-Span Dry Cleaners and F.W. Woolworths.
Description: Vietnam anti-war poster proclaiming that the human cost of the war has been six million people under Nixon's term as President. Features a picture of Presi...
Description: Full-length view of a Neighborhood House Garden Club member standing on the front steps of her house and tending to her flower boxes while turning to face...
Description: Harold R. Noer, past president of the Madison Optimists, accepts two awards for the Madison club. At left Don Hammond, district governor from Racine, prese...
Description: Carl H. Bernard, operator of the University Boathouse on Lake Mendota, standing on a pier. Carl is the grandson of Charles Bernard Sr., who started the Ber...
Description: Southern Ten tennis doubles title winners are Nick Roche and Roger Knerr, Baraboo.
Description: Dick Norris, Milwaukee, semi-finalist in the Singles Division of the Wisconsin Invitational Junior Tennis Tournament.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Benjamin Walker Castle, 1862-1893, 900 block East Gorham Street.
Description: North or the South All Star High School football team taken in Camp Randall Stadium.
Description: Directional marker inlaid in the sidewalk on the Capitol Square at 1 West Main Street.
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...
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: 1877 ca.
Description: In the distance, women stand in front of the Norwegian Lutheran Seminary. On the right is an octagonal outbuilding, possibly a carriage house. The seminary...
Description: Wisconsin's Dale Hackbart carries the ball against Marquette in their football game at Camp Randall Stadium. Marquette's Bill Burney makes the tackle.
Description: Colored map encompassing all of Madison in great detail. The Wisconsin State Capitol is located at the center, with Lake Mendota in background and Lake Mo...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Winter scene with two children on sled in the snow, possibly on Regent Street, Madison, Wisconsin. In the background is a house and yard.
Description: Exterior of the house at 2702 E. Johnson Street shortly after construction. An automobile is parked in the driveway. The house was built by Willard Droster...
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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