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Description: Elevated view up Wisconsin Avenue showing City Hall with the Post Office to the right. Also visible is the Presbyterian Church.
Description: This map shows roads, railroads, and location of Keyes Springs, now part of Monona. The map reads: "L.S. Smith, c.e., del. May, 1905" and "For further info...
Description: Children sledding down 400 block of North Pinckney Street, including 9 boys on a coasting bobsled. Three houses are visible in the background: 414 N. Pinck...
Description: Crowd greeting the "Spirit of St. Louis" when Charles Lindbergh flew to Madison on August 22, 1927. The crowd at Pennco Field (Royal Airport)was so large...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the United States Sugar Company factory next to railroad tracks on Atwood Avenue. The building was occupied in 1980 by Garver Feed & Suppl...
Description: View across street of Kaysers, Inc. Stadium Garage and Pure Oil Station, 1501 Monroe Street, at the corner of Regent Street.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Armory (Red Gym or Old Red) on Langdon Street, with YMCA (on the left), and Lake Mendota in the background. University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Date: date unknown
Description: Three maps that show local streets, roads, railroads, parks, country clubs, the University of Wisconsin, Shorewood Hills, Maple Bluff, Monona, Truax Field,...
Description: Built by Clayton "Clayt" Parman in 1941, the service station at 3502 Monroe Street looks almost identical to when it opened more than sixty-five years ago.
Description: Soap Box Derby cars lined up in their "service pits" before the race on East Washington Avenue. The Wisconsin State Capitol is in the background.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A two- and one-half story house with both Queen Anne and Colonial Revival features. It is located on one of Madison's lakes and features a widow's walk.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Main Street on the Capitol Square.
Description: Henry Johnson house, 304 West Washington Avenue, built in 1856 by Neely Gray.
Description: Armory (Red Gym or Old Red) on Langdon Street on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Lake Mendota is in the background.
Description: A grand, landmark boathouse which was on the north shore of Lake Mendota and was a part of Camp Indianola, one of the nation's oldest boys' camps. Over 20...
Description: A vacated service station at Fish Hatchery Road and Greenway Cross.
Date: 2010 ca.
Description: Two young Wisconsin Badger fans pose with Bucky Badger mascot at Camp Randall Memorial Stadium.
Description: This map shows streets, highways, railroads, parks, colleges, cemeteries, county clubs, University of Wisconsin, Truax Field, Middleton, Shorewood Hills, M...
Description: Located at 2089 Atwood Avenue, a former service station was successfully transformed into a diner — Monty's Blue Plate Diner.
Description: An exterior view of the Capital Hotel at 208 King Street.
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