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Date: 1925 ca.
Description: The Rennebohm Drug Store #1 at the corner of University Avenue and Randall Avenue, which replaced Rennebohm's first store located just across the street. A...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View of O.G. Herbster's Souvenir and Post Card Shop as seen from from across a street. The Central Standard clock stands at left.
Description: The Kehl School of Dance Building, 309 West Johnson Street, later the Madison Labor Temple, which was built in 1898.
Description: Daytime view of Robert Blossom's Mobil gas station, 3702 East Washington Avenue and Highway 51. In the background is the Club LaMark, and signs for Red Roo...
Description: A man sits behind the wheel of an International LM-150 truck owned by the Lakeland Fruit & Produce Company. The truck is parked with its rear toward an ope...
Date: 1926-05-05 ca.
Description: International trucks line the sidewalk in front of the Burlington Farm Machinery Company, an International Harvester dealership.
Description: The West Branch of First National Bank Building at the corner of University Avenue and Park Street, with Rennebohm Drug Store #7 located on the bank's firs...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Elevated view, probably early 20th century New York Harbor.
Description: Henry Weber, the president of the Park Board rides in an automobile in Lake Park. Caption on glass plate reads, "Mr. Henry Webster [sic], prest. Park Board...
Date: date unknown
Description: Front cover and first two menu pages of a multi-page Mandarin and American style menu, with a tipped-in illustration of the facade of the restaurant, with...
Description: Elevated view of storefront of Dixon's Canada Store. Dixon’s Canada Store was reputed to be the finest dry-goods emporium west of Milwaukee in the mid 1860...
Description: Four Nash automobiles at Chicago & Northwestern Railroad Station, 219 S. Blair Street, with Milwaukee Road passenger car in the background. The occasion i...
Description: View down the river toward the Bay from Walker's Point Bridge, showing several steamboats.
Description: View down Main Street featuring horse-drawn wagons and shops. Published by G.C. Cross.
Description: Men loading meat into the back of an International C-300 truck owned by Canada Packers Limited. The truck is parked on a city street in Edmonton, Alberta,...
Description: Two men load merchandise into the covered bed of an International Model 63 truck operated by the E.B. Latham & Company - "Electrical & Radio Merchandise."...
Description: School children are lined up four abreast on the sidewalk; alternate rows carry signs or flags promoting milk. Each child also wears a head band with "HEAL...
Description: A garbage truck is backed up and emptying refuse into what is likely an incinerator. A man is standing at the open driver's door, and another man sits in t...
Description: From the left: Ray Rockow, manager of the Majestic Theater on King Street; Roundy, Wisconsin State Journal; and Cliff Harm, Montgomery-Ward and Co....
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: The Badger Pharmacy, 1320 University Avenue, at the corner of Randall about the time that Oscar Rennebohm took over the bankrupt operation.
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