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A woman types with one hand and tends to her baby with the other.     Source: Wisconsin Historical Society #7014

Multitasking: A woman types with one hand and tends to her baby with the other.

Pajama race swimmer - according to the photo, this was a game where game involving taking off the pajamas he is wearing while in the water, throwing them to a team member who dons them, swims a distance, returns to shore, and then removes the wet garments.   Source: Wisconsin Historical Society #96664

Pajama race swimmer - according to the photo, this was a game where game involving taking off the pajamas he is wearing while in the water, throwing them to a team member who dons them, swims a distance, returns to shore, and then removes the wet garments. Source: Wisconsin Historical Society #96664

Every camp needs a banjo player.     UW Madison Digital Collections: EcoNatRes.wgnhs2143.bib

Every camp needs a banjo player.

The annual Snowflake Ski Jump Tournament in Westby. Ski jumpers come from around the world to compete. http://wilife.tumblr.com/post/42575901880/ski-jump-competition-every-year-ski-jumpers-from

The annual Snowflake Ski Jump Tournament in Westby, WI. Ski jumpers come from around the world to compete.

Driving conditions were a little rough in Dodgeville in 1929.

wiscohisto: “ A snowy road near Dodgeville, Wisconsin, The note on the right edge of this postcard says the snowdrift is 15 feet tall!

The family that sleds together, stays together... in 1956 Milwaukee. That first drop looks a little rough.

Winter scene with a family and their dog preparing for their descent down the hill on a toboggan. From left to right, Gene Anderson (my uncle), Betsy Marqu.

Milwaukee banker John Johnston (seated right) with members of the Milwaukee Curling Club.

Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of John Johnston a successful Milwaukee banker, seated second from right, with three other curl.