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Description: Jim Gallagher (left) and Whitney Gould sit indoors while putting on their skates.
Description: Two sisters from Mauston, Mrs. Thomas Shelton, left, and Mrs. William T. Walsh, consult a program for the annual University of Wisconsin Farm and Home Week...
Description: Bryns Oil Company is the sponsor for John Schlumberger who will build and race a car in the Soap Box Derby. William Byrns of the Byrns Oil Company took a r...
Description: Governor-elect Walter S. Goodland talking with Lieutenant Governor-elect Oscar Rennebohm prior to the inauguration oaths.
Date: 1976 ca.
Description: The Way House of Light Gallery, 1354 Williamson Street, decorated with psychedelic art. Built in 1906 as Gaertner Saloon & Residence / Kayser Hall. Owned...
Description: Madison women interested in writing get together to talk over their work at the Ladies of the Press Breakfast. Left to right are Mrs. Frank (Gladys) Dean,...
Description: George Meyer, left and Gustave H. Sander, center, receive an award for 50 years of continuous membership in the AFL United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Jo...
Description: Edwina Qualls at Lysistrata.
Description: Four of the new directors of the Wisconsin Council of Churches. From left to right are: Rev. Victor L. Thomas, Watertown; Rev. Merrill R. Abbey, Madison;...
Description: Members of the East Side Women's Club stand beside a truck full of Christmas presents for the patients at Lake View and Morningside sanatoriums. They are...
Description: Actress standing with crossed arms dressed in Indian headdress and wrap for performance of "Black Hawk, or Lily of the Prairie," written by Mary Elizabeth...
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Annie Storer Brown with two children, Eleanore Annie Brown (on her lap), and Alice Brown (in rocking chair), at their home, 121 East Gilman Street.
Description: Sandra Lea rehearses for her ballerina performance on the long television benefit for the Empty Stocking Fund on WISC-TV, co-sponsored by the Wisconsin Sta...
Description: Robert Torkelson and Lucille Torkelson head the Madison AIA chapter and the women's group. They are seated with Stanley Nerdrum and Eleanor Nerdrum.
Description: Poster publicizing a rally and candlelight march around the University of Wisconsin Madison Library Mall and Capitol Square in Madison, Wisconsin. Collaged...
Description: Four sprinters finish their race as spectators watch them go by. Sprinters and their order of finish are, left to right: Don Lautz, West (4);Dick Berens, C...
Description: A series of short plays under the general title "Man on Trial" is presented at the Wednesday night services at Bethel Lutheran Church during Lent. Each pla...
Description: Frances Hurst (left) and Marcella Gill (right) listen to voice recordings at the WIBA radio broadcasting studio. Hurst was chairman of the WHA radio progra...
Description: The living room of Fred and Annie Storer Brown's home, 121 East Gilman Street. The house was built in 1888.
Description: Fire Chief Edward J. Page is broadcasting instructions to an aerial truck using new mobile radio equipment with driver, Fireman Frank McMahon. The mobile r...
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