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Madison Turnverein Acrobats

Madison Turnverein Acrobats | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Twelve boys and girls, coached by J.C. Haberman, in an acrobatic/gymnastic pose at the Madison Turners Hall, 21 South Butler Street. They performed seven "acts" at the Policemen's Protective Association benefit picnic for The Capital Times Kiddie Camp fund at the French Village in Miller's Park on South Park Street.  Madison's Turnverein was founded in 1855 by German immigrants to encourage physical and mental development.
DESCRIPTION
Twelve boys and girls, coached by J.C. Haberman, in an acrobatic/gymnastic pose at the Madison Turners Hall, 21 South Butler Street. They performed seven "acts" at the Policemen's Protective Association benefit picnic for The Capital Times Kiddie Camp fund at the French Village in Miller's Park on South Park Street. Madison's Turnverein was founded in 1855 by German immigrants to encourage physical and mental development.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:2025
Creation Date:June 22 1933
Creator Name:McVicar, Angus B., 1903-1964
City:Madison
County:Dane
State:Wisconsin
Collection Name:Photo Copy Service : Photo Copy Service photographs and negatives, 1925-1983
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:negative, original
Original Format Number:PH 6058.4050B
Original Dimensions:10 x 8 inches
SUBJECTS
Performing arts
Costume
Children
Germans
Immigrants
Indoor photography
Men
Portraits, Group
Women
Athletes
Gymnastics

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