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Description: View of the State and Carroll Streets intersection and the Commercial State Bank building, located at 102 State Street.
Description: Portrait of Nick and Emma Mueller during the observance of their Golden Wedding Anniversary.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: View of heavy automobile traffic, delivery trucks and pedestrians on State Street at North Carroll Street. View reaches to Bascom Hill of the University of...
Description: A man and woman seated at a table in front of bookshelves.
Description: Portrait of four canteen hostesses at the first Red Cross "thank you" tea held at the home of the University of Wisconsin president. Left to right are Mrs....
Description: Two members of the West High School radio club, Alan Frees and Bill Reeve, operating the club's "ham" station. Observing the young men are Henry Lugg, spo...
Description: Speakers at the Columbus Day dinner, sponsored by the Madison chapter of UNICO National at the Hotel Loraine, sit at a table with a tablecloth and place se...
Description: Thirteen members of the Madison Girl Scout Council Board of Directors seated at or standing around a table.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: View of the Richard T. Ely home at 205 North Prospect Street. This house was designed by the Chicago architect Charles Sumner Frost and built by Richard &...
Description: Joyce Burroughs, standing, and Lucille Baker, kneeling, cheerleaders for the Tomah High School team competing in the annual state basketball tournament.
Description: Pat Stevens is lying on her stomach, and Donna Arnold is checking her for the first signs of angry red indicating the first stages of a sunburn.
Description: The Bradley House, later the Sigma Phi Fraternity house, at 106 North Prospect Avenue.
Description: Wisconsin's Calvin Vernon, an African-American, had led with a left and was blocking a left return by Idaho's Bill Diehl in the first round of their light...
Description: Portrait of "King Joe," hobo king, in town lobbying to make Wisconsin safe for "hobo-ocracy.". He was elected president of the Bonafide Hobos Union at an i...
Description: Alfred Ellickson and Alfred Randall play violin and guitar while Adolph directs at the Park Hotel employee party.
Description: A man in a car poses in front of A. Sinaiko Hay, Flour and Feed at 653 West Washington Avenue.
Date: 1951 ca.
Description: Front corner detail, showing stone and ironwork of the residence at 424 North Pinckney Street, known as the Pierce house and the Garnhardt house.
Description: Employees at the Madison division of the Borden Company arrange for a billboard to deliver Christmas greetings to their general manager, Henry A. Soldwedel...
Description: A group of employees records birth records in the Vault Room in the State Office Building (Capitol Annex), 1 West Wilson Street.
Description: A fuel oil truck parks in front of a building labeled "General Heating" at 506 University Avenue.
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