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Portrait of Samuel Marshall

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Description: Quarter-length formal oval painting of Samuel Marshall, (1820-1907), banker, co-founder and President of the Marshall & Ilsley Bank.
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Louis J. Petit

Date: October 23 1913
Description: Quarter-length portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Louis J. Petit, Milwaukee banker.
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Roy F. Bergengren and Female Employee

Date: June 10 1941
Description: CUNA (Credit Union National Association) Managing Director, Roy F. Bergengren, seated at desk, talking to female employee.
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CUNA Office in Cottage Grove Coop

Date: February 05 1941
Description: Claire Onsgard, treasurer of the Dane County Farmers Equity Union Coop Credit Union in Cottage Grove showing member Fritz Swenson where to sign his loan ap...
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Cashiers at DeForest State Bank

Date: September 12 1933
Description: A.A. Linde, cashier, and Carl Linde, assistant cashier of DeForest State Bank, display the ropes and gag used during a robbery of the bank.
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Depositors Inside Security State Bank

Date: September 06 1932
Description: Lineup of depositors inside Security State Bank.
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Mrs. F.G. Ives

Date: September 17 1931
Description: Portrait of Mrs. F.G. Ives, employee of Stoughton Bank, posed at home.
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First National Bank of Edgerton

Date: April 17 1931
Description: Interior of the First National Bank of Edgerton, with customers and tellers in cages.
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Bookkeeping Department, Security State Bank

Date: March 25 1927
Description: Four men in bookkeeping department at the Security State Bank, 1965 Atwood Avenue. They are standing and working at machines near a row of windows that loo...
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Indian Protest

Date: April 26 1971
Description: Led by James White, president of DRUMS, members of the organization and sympathizers staged a protest Monday at the First Wisconsin National Bank, 743 N. W...
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Rhinelander First National Bank

Date: October 25 1927
Description: View showing the original interior of the First National Bank, with several individuals standing behind the teller stations.
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J. Rodney Fusch

Date: February 12 1947
Description: Portrait of J. Rodney Fusch, chairman of Madison's "Brotherhood Week", sitting at his disk in the First National bank, where he is director of personnel.
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Harrison L. Garner

Date: March 21 1947
Description: Portrait of Harrison Garner, vice president of Anchor Savings and Loan Company, candidate for Madison City Council.
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Security State Bank

Date: July 07 1948
Description: Maxine Hanson, 133 Talmadge Street, making a deposit from her car at Security State Bank's new drive-in deposit window at 1965 Atwood Avenue. The teller is...
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Security State Bank

Date: July 07 1948
Description: Alf Peterson, vice president of Security State Bank, standing at the open door of the bank's new vault at 1965 Atwood Avenue.
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How to Become a Wisconsin State Journal Newspaperboy

Date: September 29 1948
Description: Ronnie Hinrichs, newspaperboy for the Wisconsin State Journal, presents his savings book to James Allaby, savings teller at the Madison Bank and Tru...
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Lewis M. Alexander

Date: November 12 1913
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Lewis M. Alexander, Port Edwards banker and paper manufacturer.
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George D. Bartlett

Date: May 10 1921
Description: Head and shoulders portrait of George D. Bartlett, Milwaukee banker.
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Charles F. Pfister, Henry C. Payne, and Frank G. Bigelow

Date: 1902
Description: Studio group portrait of (left to right) Charles F. Pfister, Henry C. Payne, and Frank G. Bigelow.

Pfister was a Milwaukee financier, who - among numerou...

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William C. Brumder

Date: July 09 1914
Description: Quarter-length portrait of William C. Brumder, Milwaukee bank president.

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