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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…

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

Photograph of Mona Adams Winston, headshot.

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 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…

Photograph of Dr. Richard Harris, headshot.

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

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

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

Henry Esser stands on the step in front of Koltes & Esser Hardware in the 300 block of West Lakeside Street. Fencing, garbage cans, a hose reel and lawn mower are on display at the curb. The rear of the company truck can be seen parked on the left.…

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,…

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.

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

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Headshot of Linda Franklin.

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

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

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.

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

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

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