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Description: Madison Packing Co. (Neesvig) truck parked in front of their store at 307 W. Johnson Street, with Labor Temple next door, 309 W. Johnson Street. Sign on tr...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Looking towards the city from across Lake Monona. Several individuals, possibly a family, are visible in a rowboat on the lake.
Description: View from street of Barney Miller, the driver, feeding hay to Ned, the oldest dairy horse in service in Madison, The horse is hitched to a Kennedy Dairy wa...
Description: Two men stand in the doorway of the East Side Motor Company garage, 2305 Atwood Avenue, featuring Willard storage batteries, Pennzoil, and Eveready and Pr...
Description: Includes points of interests in Madison and on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Includes list of presidents of University of Wisconsin, 1849-193...
Description: Robert O'Brien, police officer on motorcycle, in front of Police Station.
Description: View of Madison from across Lake Monona. A boat floats in the water near the shoreline of the lake in the foreground of the photograph.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The Emigranten Office at King and Webster Streets. The Emigranten was published here in the 1850s and 1860s.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Walter M. Atwood's Drug Store, 1054 Williamson Street, from 1914 to 1945. The family lived upstairs until 1937. Signs in the windows read "Kodaks," and "U...
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: A machine and repair shop, 228 East Main Street, shows an example of the Dutch style front. The shop was originally the Frank J. Fleckenstein residence.
Description: Map of the University of Wisconsin-Madison arboretum and wild life refuge. Roads are labelled, left to right, "Nakoma Road", "Monroe St.", "Manitou Way", "...
Description: Armory (Red Gym or Old Red) on Langdon Street on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. A boathouse is behind the Armory on Lake Mendota.
Description: Five liquor delivery trucks parked in front of Ed Philips & Sons at 220-222 East Main Street in the Standard Fur Co. Building. Also shown in picture are Ne...
Description: Lineup of 13 Ford City Car Company taxicabs and their drivers in front of the City Car Co., 601 - 603 West Washington Avenue. The view also contains Madiso...
Description: Wisconsin State Capitol from the Madison Club, looking north along Monona Avenue, now Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, with the Elks Club and Avenue Hote...
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: View from Lake Mendota of house at 630 N. Lake Street. Robert C. Spencer, architect.
Description: Three teenage girls carrying shovels on their shoulders cross a wooden foot bridge. More than 150 Madison high school pupils recruited through the Madison...
Description: American Automobile Association display window showing Wisconsin travel brochures and pictures of tourist destinations around the state.
Description: The condemned landmark building at 113 South Webster Street will be torn down starting July 20, 1948. The used furniture business of the Arneson Brothers w...
Description: Intersection of Grand and University Avenues, looking north from Grand Avenue, with a barn, Madison Nehi Company (Royal Crown Cola), 2600 University Avenue...
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