Recollection Wisconsin

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Recollection Wisconsin

Items in the Recollection Wisconsin Collection

Oral history interview with Benedict J. Di Salvo by Laura Damon-Moore for Madison Public Library's Living History project. Mr. Di Salvo grew up in the Greenbush neighborhood in the 1940s and 1950s, where his father, a Sicilian immigrant, and his…

Photo of Di Salvo Family
Photograph of the Di Salvo family, ca. 1950. Family members pictured left to right:

Photo of Benedict J. Di Salvo
Photograph of Benedict J. Di Salvo, narrator for the Living History project on the Greenbush neighborhood. Benedict is pictured from the waist up, looking at the camera.

Photo of Di Salvo's Spaghetti House and Seafood
Photograph of Di Salvo's Spaghetti House and Seafood, located at 810 Regent Street in Madison, Wisconsin. The exterior of the building is pictured, with "Di Salvo's" printed on window awnings to left and right of front entrance.

Oral history interview with Mona Adams Winston. Mona grew up on Lakeshore Court, next to Lake Monona in Madison, Wisconsin. Mona recounts childhood stories and memories including riding the city bus downtown to pay her family's bills at various…

Photo of 15 Lakeshore Court, Madison Wisconsin
Photograph of the Matthews-Adams-Winston family residence, located at 15 Lakeshore Court, Madison, Wisconsin.

Photo of Mona Adams Winston
Photograph of Mona Adams Winston, headshot.

Photo of Matthews Family
Photograph of the Matthews children, at their house on West Washington Avenue. Left to right: Rose Lee, age 9; Addrena, age 12; Ollie Mae, age 15.

Oral history interview for the Living History Project with Edith Hilliard. Edith speaks to her childhood memories of growing up in the historic Greenbush neighborhood, on Mound Street and Conklin Court. She attended Washington Elementary School and…

Photo of Edith Hilliard and Nimrod Hilliard III
Living History Project narrator Edith Hilliard is pictured with her son, Nimrod Hilliard III. A Family History quilt, made by Edith, hangs in the background.

Oral history interview with Dr. Richard Harris. Dr. Harris recounts his childhood in the South Madison neighborhood, beginning in the 1930s before South Madison was part of the City of Madison. Dr. Harris highlights the experience of Black…

Photo of Dr. Richard Harris
Photograph of Dr. Richard Harris, headshot.

Photo of Diners at Chicken Shack Restaurant
Photograph of interior of Chicken Shack Restaurant, depicting diners at tables.

Photo of Triangle Urban Renewal sign
Photograph of sign related to the urban renewal project upcoming in the Triangle / Greenbush neighborhood.

Sound recording of a community panel discussion on growing up in the Greenbush Neighborhood. Panelists Tony Bruno, Katie Stassi-West, Sam Moss, John Caliva, and Nick Baldarotta speak to their varying experiences as children and teenagers in the…

Photo of St. Joseph's Catholic Church
Exterior view of St. Joseph's Catholic Church at 10 South Park Street in the Greenbush neighborhood.

Hand-drawn map of Greenbush neighborhood
Hand-drawn map of the historic Greenbush / Triangle neighborhood in Madison, Wisconsin.

Photo of Merle Sweet
Photograph of Merle Sweet. Merle is pictured from the waist up, looking at the camera.

Oral history interview with Merle Sweet for the Living History Project. Merle recounts his family's history in the Greenbush neighborhood and nearby on Mills Street. He tells several family stories about his maternal grandfather, Max Shapiro, who was…

News clipping of Max Shapiro
Newspaper clipping featuring newspaper vendor Max Shapiro with his new news stand.

Photograph of Max Shapiro
Newspaper clipping featuring newspaper vendor Max Shapiro hawking newspapers outside his news stand in downtown Madison.

Oral history interview with Linda Franklin for the Living History Project. Linda shares childhood memories of growing up with her family on Fisher Street on the South Side of Madison. She shares stories about attending school at Franklin Elementary,…

Ann Prisland came to UW-Madison in 1965 to study American History. She talked about her involvement with the Union and its impact on the community during the Vietnam War.
She also talked about the other functions it has served over the years as well…

Nadler Grosser was involved in the Madison campus in the early part of the 60s. She discusses her involvement and the importance of housing cooperatives in her life being involved in CORE.

Bert Rosengarten came to Madison in 1966 from Boston and experienced a major culture shock. He adjusted to the tumult and continuous engagement with activism. In an effort to bring Southern blues musicians to the Midwest, Bert formed a Folk Arts…

Photograph of "Stage Coach"
The Stage Coach and truck used for the Madison Youth Summer Theater drives past a playground. Students who watched the performance wave to the actors as they leave after the final play of the season.

Photograph of Penn Park Shelter
Penn Park shelter house, 2101 Fisher Street, near the Dane County Coliseum.

Photograph of Linda Franklin
Headshot of Linda Franklin.

Photograph of Linda Franklin singing at Lee Dreyfus inaugural.
A photograph of Lee Dreyfus's inaugural celebration in Madison, Wisconsin in 1979. Linda Franklin sings the national anthem.

Photograph of Franklin children outside Fisher Street house.
Children of the Franklin family outside of their family's house at 1905 Fisher Street, Madison, Wisconsin.

Album cover, Wisconsin Singers, "Once in a Lifetime"
An album cover depicting members of the Wisconsin Singers from the mid-1970s. Members are shown outside of a university building in their red and white outfits.

Back cover for Wisconsin Singers album, "Once in a Lifetime"
The back cover of the Wisconsin Singers' album, "Once in a Lifetime." Includes song titles and notes.

Photograph of Linda Franklin and Bill Clingan, Memorial High School Prom Queen and King, 1972
Linda Franklin and Bill Clingan are pictured at the 1972 Memorial High School prom dance, when they were crowned Prom Queen and King.

During his three years as a student, Chuck Hunt participated in anti-war protests with Students for a Democratic Society and was beaten by police for his participation in the Dow riot. Hunt marks his experience in the fall of 1967 as a turning point…

Yentsch received her both her Bachelors and Masters from the University of Wisconsin during the early part of the 1960s. She was involved with the early movements of the 60’s that focused on social justice, which influenced later anti-war protests.…

Baumgartner, a graduate of 1969, talks about the feeling of coming back to Madison almost 50 years after graduating. While in school, he was drafted into the army and discusses the feeling of wanting to end his life, and why coming back to Madison…

Photograph of Clara Franklin with sweet potato pie
A photograph of Clara Franklin holding two sweet potato pies in front of the Park Plaza Discount Center on Madison's South side.

Goldner, originally from New York from a politically aware and active family, talks about the Dow Demonstrations, how he did not actively participate in the sit-in, but was apart of the Black student sit-ins, how that influenced him. He has a brief…

Though David was involved in many of the anti-war activities in Madison in the late 1960s, he recalled his activism with environmental issues while in town for the Madison Reunion. He was a founding organizer of the Science Students Union and…

Robb, a long-time student at the UW, talks about his experiences on campus in the mid-1960s. He talks about living on State Street, the protests that took place all over campus, and seeing the Dow Riots. He briefly lived in California where he was…

Buchanan, who wrote for the Daily Cardinal in the late 1960s, discusses her involvement in the Asian studies department when it was just starting on campus, the protest across campus after the King assassination and the community involvement in…

Don and Ellen met at UW-Madison; Ellen as an undergraduate and Don as a graduate student in physics. Met at a new student mixer. Don and Ellen speak to the political climate on campus and participation in war protests. In the late sixties, Ellen…

In the late 1960’s, Enid was an eager activist, involved in many causes. She says her experiences in the labor movement and labor history research played a significant role in the direction of the rest of her life. Overall, Eckstein views her time…

Kielley briefly discusses in this interview making his way towards the front of the Dow Demonstration line, his observations, and finding his picture on the front of the Wisconsin State Journal.

Sharing anecdotes about her time as a student at UW-Madison in the late 1960’s, Jayne says her experiences inspired her to be more active in protests on campus. She recollects scenes on campus from the Dow protests and how the assassinations of…

Lowery, originally from New York, came to the University to see what life was like for the rest of the United States. She talks about her involvement in unionizing a Greek Restaurant on State Street, Summer Vista prior to school, and the empowerment…

Mark and Lisa Loder met at the University from two different background. They talk about the influence of music on their time here, what it was like going to college during the Vietnam Era and how Mark ended up evading the draft. Their time spent on…

Michael Moss received his Bachelors, Masters, and PhD from UW-Madison. He was involved in the music scene and played throughout campus. He was a Master’s student during the Sterling Hall Bombing and noticed a change in the culture of UW-Madison at…

Oberdorfer relates his family’s history in Wisconsin and their relationship to the city of Madison and UW-Madison. Oberdorfer studied zoology and neurobiology and had a good experience in the sciences and the humanities departments. Oberdorfer…

Nancy Lee, originally from Montgomery, AL, came to the University in 1962 as an English major. Lee discusses her time working at the Memorial Union, from the friendships she created and memorable events of being robbed at gunpoint. She talks about…

Chinchilla received her PhD in sociology from the University. Throughout the interview, she discusses sexism in the classroom and professionally, the experiences she had gaining tenureship and the sociology department at the University.

Small, a Milwaukee resident, spent most of his life politically active. In his earlier life, he spent time at the Milwaukee Sentinel, getting involved at the Chicago Convention and protesting the reelection of Richard Nixon. His most memorable…

Holman Weisbard opens up about her time in Madison during the late 1960s. She discusses the influence of the Hillel foundation as a cornerstone for the leftist movement, the draft resistance and the influence of Harvey Goldberg on the student…

Dussere, an undergraduate Psych major, came to the University from Connecticut from a small, all female high school. She discusses her experiences freshman year with a dormitory shortage, her experiences of segregation on campus and how she felt…

Shipley, an undergraduate student from New York, came to Madison from a small private school. She discusses the differences in culture between the midwest and New York, her experiences as a female in Madison during the early 60s, and what it was like…

George graduated from the University in 1966 and joined the Air Force in August of 1966. George talks about his experience flying planes in Vietnam and talks about his feelings while being overseas, looking back, and the campus involvement.

Berk, a undergraduate student in the mid 60s, came to Madison from New York City. Berk was involved was in creating the Open Art/Arch student organization that focused on community, mindfulness and power of love. He opens up about his struggles with…

Doyle, as a 13 year old from Winona, Minnesota, was first introduced to Madison from photographs of the Dow demonstrations in 1967. He was involved in the Food Cooperative movement in Winona, which had a connection to Madison, and allowed him to…

Meyers recounts her time as a student of Professor Harvey Goldberg in the late 1960s. Meyers voices her objections to the wording of the "Reform and Revolt" historical marker currently located on Bascom Hill.

Nolan, a graduate of 1968, talks about her experiences in “Project Understand” which sent her to North Carolina on her spring break freshman year. She shares her first hand experiences with seeing segregation, visiting civil rights leaders, and…

Beverly Flanigan came to UW-Madison (then just UW) in 1968 to get a graduate degree in social work. She talked about the Welfare Mothers’ March from Milwaukee to Madison and its effect on her. She also talked about her time on campus—Fall 1968 to…

Kent transferred from NYU in 1963 after visiting his sister who was studying for her masters. Kent talks about the experience of an education at the University, the lifelong friendships he gained, and how influential his time here was for the rest of…

Aerial view of University of Wisconsin-Madison
Aerial photograph of campus and the lakeshore. Camp Randall is in the background.

Markers, Municipal Restored, 2018
An illustration of markers accompanies the drawing prompt "Draw your favorite office supply."

Office plant, Municipal Restored, 2018
Illustration of office plant to accompany the drawing prompt, "Draw an office plant."

Future Madison Municipal Building, Municipal Restored, 2018
An illustration of a futuristic building with solar panels on the roof accompanies the drawing prompt, "Draw the Municipal Building in the year 2118."

Office plant, cactus, Municipal Restored, 2018
A collage art work of a cactus.

Fruit, sun, water, Municipal Restored, 2018
A drawing of an apple, a bunch of grapes, a sun, birds, and water.

Staple remover, Municipal Restored, 2018
Drawing of a staple remover accompanies the drawing prompt, "Draw your favorite office supply."

A big pot for tiny plants, Municipal Restored, 2018
A drawing of a pot with several small plants accompanies the drawing prompt, "Draw an office plant."

Smiling flower in pot, Municipal Restored, 2018
A drawing of a smiling flower in a pot accompanies the drawing prompt, "Draw an office plant."

Cactus in orange bowl, Municipal Restored, 2018
A drawing of a green cactus in orange pot accompanies the drawing prompt, "Draw an office plant."

Office desk with plant, Municipal Restored, 2018
A drawing of an office with door, desk, and office plant accompanies the drawing prompt, "Draw an office plant."

Pencils and more, Municipal Restored, 2018
A drawing of pencils and other items accompanies the drawing prompt, "Draw your favorite office supply."

Memory of Gates of Heaven keys, Municipal Restored, 2018
Text discussing a memory of picking up keys to the Gates of Heaven synagogue building the night before her wedding on June 22, 2007.

Cactus in brown pot, Municipal Restored, 2018
A drawing of a green cactus in a brown pot accompanies the prompt, "Draw an office plant."

Federal courthouse and probation officer located... Municipal Restored, 2018
Text describing a memory of the creator's husband's work as a federal probation officer at the temporary federal courthouse that was housed in the Madison Municipal Building.

More art always, Municipal Restored, 2018
Collage with fabric pieces, and text that reads "More art always."

Office plant with purple rain, Municipal Restored, 2018
An office plant with green leaves and purple buds accompanies the prompt, "Draw an office plant." Purple raindrops rain in the background. Purple "Love Symbol #2" is drawn in bottom right corner.

I found a half full... Municipal Restored, 2018
Text depicts a memory of someone finding a "half full bottle of dog wine" in their storage closet in the Madison Municipal Building. Accompanies the prompt "Share a memory about this building in 10 words or less."

The old marble bathrooms, Municipal Restored, 2018
Text depicts a memory of "the old marble bathrooms" to accompany the prompt: "What is your favorite memory of this building?"

Picking up the deeds to my house... Municipal Restored, 2018
The response "Picking up the deeds to my house", etc., accompanies the prompt, "What is your favorite memory of this building?"

Office plant, light green, Municipal Restored, 2018
A drawing of a light green plant or fern accompanies the drawing prompt, "Draw an office plant."

Person under snow cloud, Municipal Restored, 2018
A drawing of a stick figure of a person standing underneath a cloud. Purple snowflakes fall from the cloud.

Municipal Building window, Municipal Restored, 2018
A drawing of a green window frame accompanies the drawing prompt, "Draw a Municipal Building window."

Municipal art show... Municipal Restored, 2018
The handwritten text "the municipal art show in 2016" accompanies the writing prompt, "What is your favorite memory of this building?"

Mayor Paul Soglin speaks to his history with the Madison Municipal Building, including its acquisition by the City of Madison in the late 1970s, and subsequent remodels.

Mr. Nardi discusses his employment with the post office that was located in the Municipal Building. Mr. Nardi was a student at UW-Madison at the time that he worked at the post office and was downtown for protests and other events that took place in…

Photo of William Nardi, Municipal Restored, 2018
Photograph of William Nardi, taken at the Madison Municipal Restored event.

Ms. White describes an early encounter with the Municipal Building as a shortcut during cold winter months to the back of the Fess Hotel on King Street, where she would meet a young man with whom she was in a relationship. She describes getting…

Stu Levitan describes his experiences in the Madison Municipal Building, including many meetings with city staff about ordinances and committee work. He discusses some memorable events like the work done with Community Development on Revival Ridge in…

Photograph of Stuart (Stu) Levitan, Municipal Restored, 2018
Photograph of Stu Levitan, taken at the Municipal Restored event in the Madison Municipal Building, 2018.

Ms. Tarockoff shares her memories of the Municipal Building and how it seems changed since the building's renovation.

James E. Doyle, Jr. and Jessica Doyle recount their memories of the Madison Municipal Building, most prominently memories of Governor Doyle's father, James Doyle, who was a federal judge in the building.

Ms. Berger and Ms. Lanser recall their memories of the Municipal Building, which involved a meditation group made up of City staff members who would gather for quiet, self-guided meditation practice in a room on the fourth floor of the building.

Photograph of Barb Lanser and Laura Berger, Municipal Restored, 2018
Photograph of Barb Lanser and Laura Berger at Municipal Restored, December 2018.

Jacki Lawton recalls her memories of attending public meetings in the former courtroom of the Madison Municipal Building.

Ms. Chikasa Anana recounts her memories of the Municipal Building, particularly in regards to art exhibitions featuring artists of color that she helped organize through her work with the City of Madison's Minorities Affairs Commission.

Catherine Doyle and Ruth Rolich share memories of the Municipal Building. Ms. Doyle discusses her father's career as a federal judge in the building, and memories she has as a young adult coming to the building. Ms. Rolich relates a story about an…

Ms. Gandolfo shares her impressions of the Municipal Restored event, including the artworks and performances taking place throughout the building.

Ms. Webber recalls her memories of the Municipal Building, including participating in committee hearings as a community member and then as a City Council member from 2003-2009. She was especially involved in policies related to transportation and…

Jenny Heck relates her experiences and feelings about the Municipal Building renovation, specifically about the music and art present at the Municipal Restored event and her hopes for continuing engagement with the community.

Lillian Sizemore recounts her memories of the Municipal Building, particularly the women's restroom in the corner of the second floor, which featured white carrara marble.

Photograph of women's bathroom, Municipal Restored, 2018
A photograph of the women's restroom, featuring unusual carrara marble, in the Madison Municipal Building.

Photograph of Lillian Sizemore, Municipal Restored, 2018
Photograph of Lillian Sizemore at Municipal Restored event.

Greg Mickells recounts his first time in the Municipal Building, which occurred when the City Council was confirming him as director of Madison Public Library in 2012. Mr. Mickells discusses homelessness and resources in downtown Madison and his…

Photograph of Greg Mickells with interviewer, Municipal Restored, 2018
Photograph of Greg Mickells talking with interview Sarah White during Municipal Restored event.

Eve Galanter speaks about her memories of the Municipal Building, including her time on the City Council when the plans for what would become the Monona Terrace were initially discussed.

Photograph of women's bathroom, Municipal Restored, 2018
A photograph of the women's restroom, featuring unusual carrara marble, in the Madison Municipal Building.

Photograph of women's bathroom, Municipal Restored, 2018
A photograph of the women's restroom, featuring unusual carrara marble, in the Madison Municipal Building.

Photograph of Madison Municipal Building, 2018
Exterior view of the Madison Municipal Building, 215 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Cora Christiansen.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Lorene Schultz.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Kent Liska.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Ardith McDowell.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Kurt Meyer.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Gale VandeBerg.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood residents Jim and Bud Crawmer. There are two parts to the interview.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Joanne Thuesen.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood residents Mary Miller and her son Dale Miller.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Ronny Saeman.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Betty Skowland.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood residents Mary Quinn and Ken Quinn.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Marzo Bliss.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood residents Shirley Inhorn and Stan Inhorn.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Robert Dixon.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Dennis Herling, who lived in the neighborhood 1943-1962.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Dennis Herling, focusing on his family's history.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident John Leichtenberg.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident, Ann Libert.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident John McKenna III.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Louise Schadauer.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Maureen Rooney Welsch.

This is a panel discussion with former Westmorland neighborhood residents held at Oakwood Village in Madison, Wisconsin, about their experiences in the Westmorland neighborhood.

A short story recorded by Joan Laessig and Betsy Laessig Stary at the 75th anniversary of the Westmorland Neighborhood 4th of July celebration.

A short story recorded by Jim Olle at the 75th anniversary of the Westmorland Neighborhood 4th of July celebration.

A short story recorded by Lisa Coleman at the 75th anniversary of the Westmorland Neighborhood 4th of July celebration.

A short story recorded by Mitchell Hagopian at the 75th anniversary of the Westmorland Neighborhood 4th of July celebration.

A short story recorded by Jean Tretow-Schmidt at the 75th anniversary of the Westmorland Neighborhood 4th of July celebration.

A short story recorded by Mark White and Ron Radunzel at the 75th anniversary of the Westmorland Neighborhood 4th of July celebration.

A short story recorded by Mary Giblin at the 75th anniversary of the Westmorland Neighborhood 4th of July celebration.

A short story recorded by Mary Penn at the 75th anniversary of the Westmorland Neighborhood 4th of July celebration.

A short story recorded by Midge Hrncirik at the 75th anniversary of the Westmorland Neighborhood 4th of July celebration.

A short story recorded by Kathy McAleese at the 75th anniversary of the Westmorland Neighborhood 4th of July celebration.

A short story recorded by Mike Kass at the 75th anniversary of the Westmorland Neighborhood 4th of July celebration.

A short story recorded by Christy Casto about the 75th anniversary of the Westmorland Neighborhood 4th of July celebration.

A short story recorded by Jeff Heinz about the 75th anniversary of the Westmorland Neighborhood 4th of July celebration.

A short story recorded by Jesse Mangerson about the 75th anniversary of the Westmorland Neighborhood 4th of July celebration.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood resident Joan Murphy.

This is an oral history interview with Westmorland neighborhood residents Ellen Cross and Howard Cross. There is no audio file for the second part of their interview.

Cora Christiansen residence, 572 Park Lane, Madison
A photograph of the exterior of Cora Christiansen's residence at 572 Park Lane, in the Westmorland neighborhood of Madison, Wisconsin.

Lorene Schultz at home, 2013
A photograph of Lorene Schultz at her home in the Westmorland neighborhood in Madison, Wisconsin.

Schultz family residence, 453 Clifden Drive, Madison
A photograph of the exterior of the Schultz family residence at 453 Clifden Drive, in the Westmorland neighborhood in Madison, Wisconsin. The house and yard are covered in snow.

Schultz children, ca. 1962
A portrait of the four Schultz children, taken ca. 1962. Back row: Kathleen and John; front row: Virginia and Mary.

John Schultz birthday party, 1961
A photograph of a birthday party held for John Schultz's third birthday in 1961. Kathleen, John, and Virginia are pictured, with Grandpa Shea in the background.

Clifden Drive block party, ca. 1966
A photograph depicting a neighborhood block party on Clifden Drive in Madison, Wisconsin. People are seated at picnic tables in a backyard.

Cliften Drive block party kids table, ca. 1966
A photograph of the kids' table at the Clifden Drive block party, ca. 1966, in Madison, Wisconsin. Several children are seated at two tables, while an older adult stands close by.

Clifden Drive block party suitcase game, ca. 1968
A photograph taken during the "suitcase game" for adults at the Clifden Drive block party in Madison, Wisconsin, ca. 1968. A group of approximately twenty adults stands on a lawn. A man in a blue cardigan sweater carries two suitcases to where three…

Preparing for 4th of July parade, ca. 1965
Schultz children wear their costumes ahead of the Fourth of July parade in the Westmorland neighborhood in Madison, Wisconsin, ca. 1965. A bicycle is decorated with red, white, and blue bunting in the background.

4th of July parade, Westmorland Neighborhood, ca. 1967
Children in costume prepare for the Fourth of July parade in the Westmorland neighborhood in Madison, Wisconsin, ca. 1967. Mary Jo Schultz is in the blue dress, accompanied by friends.

Pony rides at Westmorland neighborhood 4th of July, ca. 1968
A photograph of two youth riding on ponies in an outdoor pen, taken at the Westmorland neighborhood Fourth of July celebration, in Madison, Wisconsin, ca. 1962.

Kent Liska in front of 4018 Euclid Ave, 2013
Kent Liska stands in front of the residence at 4018 Euclid Ave in the Westmorland neighborhood in Madison, Wisconsin.

4018 Euclid Ave, Madison, 2013
A photograph of the exterior of the residence at 4018 Euclid Avenue in Madison, Wisconsin.

Summer ballgame at Midvale School, 1950s
A photograph shows a baseball game being played at a school baseball diamond.

Kent Liska with snow shovel, 1950s
A youth stands with a snow shovel on a cleared sidewalk, with large snowbanks on either side.

Rentschler West Midget Midvale baseball team, 1958
A photograph of a youth baseball team. Eleven youth stand in two rows, wearing baseball uniforms and mitts.

Kent Liska in safety patrol uniform, 1960
A photograph of Kent Liska in safety patrol uniform.

Ardith McDowell, 2013
A close-up photograph of Ardith McDowell.

3815 Meyer Avenue, 2013
A photograph shows the exterior of the residence located at 3815 Meyer Avenue in the Westmorland neighborhood of Madison, Wisconsin.

3814 Meyer Avenue, 2013
A photograph shows the exterior of the residence located at 3814 Meyer Avenue in the Westmorland neighborhood of Madison, Wisconsin.

Donald N. McDowell, Wisconsin State Secretary of Agriculture
Secretary of Agriculture Donald N. McDowell sits behind a desk. The American flag and Wisconsin state flag are visible in the background. A nameplate sits on the front of the desk.

McDowell children, ca. 1948
A portrait of four of the six McDowell children. From left, Donna, Thomas, and Bradley (in front).

McDowell family, 1988
An image of the McDowell family Christmas card from 1988. Front row: Donald and Ardith; back row: Tom, Donna, Bradley, Mary Ellen, Bonnie.

Kurt Meyer, 2013
A headshot photograph of Westmorland neighborhood resident Kurt Meyer.

3814 Winnemac Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin, 2013
A photograph of the exterior of the residence at 3814 Winnemac Avenue in the Westmorland neighborhood of Madison, Wisconsin.

Gale VandeBerg, 2013
A headshot photograph of Westmorland neighborhood resident Gale VandeBerg.

553 Gately Terrace, Madison, Wisconsin, 2013
A photograph shows the exterior of the residence located at 553 Gately Terrace in the Westmorland neighborhood of Madison, Wisconsin.

Gale and Zona VandeBerg, 1940s
A photograph of Gale and Zona VandeBerg sitting outside on the ground, looking at the camera.

Gale and Zona VandeBerg wedding day, 1943
A photograph of the wedding party for Gale and Zona VandeBerg's wedding.

VandeBerg family at Oshkosh Airport, 1951
A photograph of the VandeBerg family standing on the tarmac of the Oshkosh Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Jim Crawmer, 2013
A headshot photograph of Westmorland neighborhood resident Jim Crawmer.

Bud Crawmer, 2013
A headshot photograph of Westmorland neighborhood resident Bud Crawmer.

3917 Paunack Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin, 2013
A photograph of the exterior of the residence located at 3917 Paunack Avenue in the Westmorland neighborhood in Madison, Wisconsin.

Jim and Bud Crawmer, at 3917 Paunack Avenue, ca. 1940
A photograph shows siblings Jim Crawmer (left) and Bud Crawmer in front of their family's residence in the Westmorland neighborhood in Madison, Wisconsin.

Jim Crawmer in back yard at 3917 Paunack Avenue, ca. 1942
A photograph shows Jim Crawmer examining cornstalks in the back yard of his family's house at 3917 Paunack Avenue in Madison, Wisconsin.

Joan Murphy, 2013
A headshot photograph of Westmorland neighborhood resident Joan Murphy, 2013.

507 Holly Avenue, 2013
A photograph of the exterior of the residence at 507 Holly Avenue in the Westmorland neighborhood in Madison, Wisconsin.

507 Holly Avenue post-remodel, 1965
A photograph shows the exterior of the residence at 507 Holly Avenue, post-remodel, in 1965.

Murphy children in 4th of July parade, 1959
A photograph of Will and Mary Clare Murphy as young children, on bicycles, with hands on heads, participating in Fourth of July Parade in the Westmorland neighborhood.

Watching 4th of July Parade, 1963
A photograph of the Murphy family watching the 4th of July Parade from their front yard in the Westmorland neighborhood in Madison, Wisconsin.

Joanne Thuesen, 2013
A headshot photograph of Joanne Thuesen.

461 Westmorland Blvd, 2013
A photograph of the exterior of the residence located at 461 Westmorland Blvd in Madison, Wisconsin. This was the childhood home of Joanne (nee Jackson) Thuesen.

461 Westmorland Blvd, 1951
A photograph of the exterior of the residence located at 461 Westmorland Blvd, nearing completion of its construction in 1951.

461 Westmorland Blvd, mid-construction, 1951
A photograph of the exterior of the residence located at 461 Westmorland Blvd, mid-construction, in 1951.

Ernie Jackson, with Lois, Judy, and Joanne Jackson, 1954
A photograph depicts a man and three young girls, sitting outside of the house located at 461 Westmorland Blvd in Madison, Wisconsin.

Thuesen family, 1975
A family portrait of the Thuesen family taken in 1975.

568 Toepfer Avenue, 2013
A photograph of the exterior of the residence located at 568 Toepfer Avenue in the Westmorland neighborhood of Madison, Wisconsin.

Mary Miller and son Dale Miller, 2013
A photograph of Mary Miller standing in front of her house with her son Dale Miller in the Westmorland neighborhood in Madison, Wisconsin.

4018 Winnemac Avenue, 2013
A photograph of the exterior of the residence located at 4018 Winnemac Avenue in the Westmorland neighborhood in Madison, Wisconsin.

Mary Miller, age 20, 1944
A headshot photograph of Mary Miller at age twenty, taken in 1944.

Mary Miller at home, ca. 1950s
A photograph of Mary Miller outside of her home in the Westmorland neighborhood in Madison, Wisconsin.

Mary and John Miller family, ca. 1965
A family portrait of the Miller family, taken ca. 1965. Mary Miller and John Miller are photographed with their children.

Mary Miller, Queen of Peace School hot lunch program staff, 2000
A school staff photograph taken of Mary Miller when she worked for the Queen of Peace School hot lunch program.

Jerry and Ronny Saeman, Westmorland Park cleanup, 1998
A photograph of Jerry and Ronny Saeman standing by the Westmorland Park sign on Earth Day in April 1998.

564 Gately Terrace, 2013
A photograph of the exterior of the residence at 564 Gately Terrace in the Westmorland neighborhood of Madison, Wisconsin.

Vacant lot at 564 Gately Terrace, 1949
A photograph shows the vacant lot where the Saeman family house would eventually be built, at 564 Gately Terrace in the Westmorland neighborhood of Madison, Wisconsin.

Saeman family residence under construction, 1950
A photograph of the Saeman family residence under construction in 1950.

Westmorland Neighborhood Association Board, 1958
A photograph of the board members of the Westmorland Neighborhood Association. Ronny Saeman, president of the board, is seated at the table in the front row.

Saeman children, Paul, Marian, Ann, ca. 1959
A photograph of three children from the Saeman family, Paul, Marian and Ann, taken ca. 1959. The children stand on rocks and hold a large toy hoop.

Ronny and Jerry Saeman at Westmorland Park Rock Garden Bench, 1999
A photograph depicts Jerry and Ronny Saeman seated on a park bench in the rock garden of the Westmorland neighborhood park.

Betty Skowlund, 2013
A photograph of Westmorland neighborhood resident Betty Skowlund, taken at her apartment at Oakwood Village in 2013.