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Description: Construction crew working on a Chicago & Northwestern Railroad crossing, looking northwest along the 100 block of South Blair Street.
Description: A group of Davenport, Iowa, city officials and business leaders visited Madison to study the city's unique pigeon-hole parking unit at the Harry S. Manches...
Description: An African American mechanic works on a car up on the rack for servicing at the gas station Meehan Motor Mart, 209 East Washington Avenue.
Date: 1876-07-04 ca.
Description: Two men stand by a wagon on which is written "A.L. Dahl Landscape Photographer." The photographer stands on the left side of the view. The flag on the side...
Description: Group of students in the new drivers class stand in front of West High School with a new automobile and a scale model of Madison's streets. Includes five a...
Description: Five fire fighters, Kendall Niebuhr, William J. Sullivan, John G. Randall, Chief Edward J. Page, and Gill S. Stone, pose with newly customized rescue truck...
Description: WIBA-FM, 45,000 watts, tower was built at Blue Mounds Park, and radiated power starting about June 10, 1948. WIBA was established in 1925 by The Capital...
Description: Madison Shriners, Temple 159, with their midget automobile.
Description: Gauer in Madison in front of the Wisconsin State Capitol after speaking with the Governor on CARE business.
Description: Wisconsin Central Airline's flight simulator which was designed to teach the airline's pilots how to fly with instruments.
Date: 1889 ca.
Description: View of the S.L Sheldon Company Warehouse and Office. Outside of the building, there is a bustling street filled with pedestrians and horse-drawn vehicles....
Description: Bert F. Crary, an employee at Truax Municipal Airport, holding three seagulls killed by an airplane as it landed at the airport.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Stereograph view of the Hutson House, with people standing on its balcony and porch.
Description: The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer "Trackless Train" turning onto North Carroll Street from West Mifflin Street. The "Trackless Train" was on a tour from New York to...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Two men pose on a boat docked at the Askew Steamboat Landing on Lake Monona off South Carroll Street. The old Governor Harvey residence is in the backgroun...
Description: Letterhead of Capital Battery and Supply Company, with two men in winged hats, one holding an automobile, the other a box radio, and the slogan, "Serving t...
Description: Four men pose with the first shipment of new 1946 DeSoto automobiles as they come off a train onto a loading dock for Stadium Garage, 1501 Monroe Street, P...
Description: Martin W. Torkelson, regional director of the State Planning Board, speaking at a hearing on the possibility of putting West Washington Avenue under the Ch...
Description: Monona Marshal Rollin Boden, directing traffic.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Boathouse on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The Armory (Red Gym or Old Red) is behind the boathouse. In the left corner, a rowing ream is on t...
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