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Description: Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Turner, Richland Center farmers, stand by the steps of a Northwest Orient airliner with their daughter, Mrs. Chester Hall. The Turners...
Description: Exterior of the house of Byron and Mary Burch, 205 Owen Drive. The yard is bordered by a picket fence and a car parks in the driveway on the right.
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: The landing of the "Spirit of St. Louis", carrying Charles Lindbergh.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View from road of two children standing in the yard of a small cottage on a lake. There is a white rabbit on the ground between them. A bicycle leans again...
Description: People cross a State Street intersection in the rain. The College Barber Shop and a Steak House is on the other side of the street.
Description: The La Crosse Drum and Bugle Corps takes part in the American Legion parade around Capitol Square. The Park Hotel is in the background.
Description: First Assistant Fire Chief Patrick J. Brown with microphone, and Fireman Grant Prideau receiving radio instructions from Fire Chief Edward J. Page, demonst...
Description: A mechanic employed by Capital Garage, 608-612 East Washington Avenue in Madison, greases the wheel bearings of an automobile on the hoist.
Description: A low-cost house built in Marlborough Heights on Madison's East Side by contractor C.J. "Cap" Goucher. The house is similar to 20 houses being constructed...
Description: View from intersection of Texaco Station and sign located at 448 Park Street owned by Gerald Tifft.
Description: Damaged Plymouth automobile (owned by Raymond White) in O.C. Harris Co. garage on Highways 12-18-51.
Description: Elevated view of part of the audience of 1,000 people who attended a hearing on the possibility of putting West Washington Avenue under the Chicago, Milwau...
Description: The crowd watches a marching unit along East Main Street during the American Legion parade around the Capitol Square. Miller's and Penny's are in the backg...
Description: View across Bascom Hill of east side of North Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Pedestrians are walking along the sidewalk, and in the fa...
Description: Truax barracks building where a kerosene explosion and fire fatally burned Mrs. Walter (Dorothy) Alburn, and seriously burned her husband and two of their...
Description: Yahara River at the Steensland Bridge. A man stands on the bank.
Description: Elevated view over trees towards the west of Upper Campus at the University of Wisconsin. Washburn Observatory, with windmills behind it, is on the right n...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Panoramic view of Madison, taken from the roof of South Hall University. This reduced copy was made from original negatives by E.C. Nielson. Labels for bot...
Description: Elevated view is from the roof of the Park Hotel. Main Street businesses seen include from the left: Western Union Telegraph Company at 21 West Main Street...
Description: A man stands at a safety zone in the middle of West Mifflin Street between lanes of traffic at the corner of State Street and N. Carroll Street, waiting to...
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