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Photograph of exterior of the Ruth Bachhuber Doyle Administration Building (historic name: Washington School), located at 545 West Dayton Street.

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

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

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Interior of the Rennebohm Drug Store #7 at 901 University Avenue, with the soda fountain, two soda jerks, and the general sales area.

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Exterior view of the Madison Club, located at 5 East Wilson Street.

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Exterior view of Rohde's Supper Club, located at 613 West Main Street.

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Spectators looking at the Monkey Island at Vilas Park Zoo (Henry Vilas Zoo). This is one of many images photographed by Harold Hone for "Wisconsin: A Guide to the Badger State."

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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…

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

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

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

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Two teenage girls place garland on an artificial Christmas tree in front of a graphic depicting Santa in a sleigh holding a bag of presents. They are Carolyn Ames and Sharon Thompson and they are decorating at the Loft, a teen center.

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Exterior view of the Neighborhood House at 766 West Washington Avenue.

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Aerial view of Madison General Hospital, the surrounding Greenbush and Vilas neighborhoods, and Camp Randall in the background.

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Front exterior view of Joe's Liquor Store at 702 West Washington Avenue in the Greenbush neighborhood.

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Front exterior view of the White Front Grocery at 610-612 Mound Street, in the Greenbush neighborhood.

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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…

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Exterior view of Central High School with cars parked in front.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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

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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…

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