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Date: 1930 ca.
Description: The Odd Fellows Hall, built in 1838, was the first to be built west of the Allegheny Mountains. The cornerstones were laid by P.G. Sire Thomas Widley, foun...
Description: Interior of the Italian Village Restaurant, 651 State Street, Joseph Troia, proprietor, "Madison's smartest, most unique, most elaborate restaurant, Duncan...
Description: Two teams of yoked oxen pulling carts used to transport logs to, and lumber from sawmills. There is a large, wood frame two-story building in the backgroun...
Description: Stanley and Nora Mockrud and their eight children sit in a front pew at Bethel Lutheran Church, 312 Wisconsin Avenue. The children (left to right) are: Nol...
Date: 1935 ca.
Date: 1920 before
Description: Harriet Grimm speaking from a vehicle bearing a banner that reads, "votes for women." She is stopped in front of T.G. Mandt's wagon shop.
Description: A decorative page featuring Dane County public buildings, including a court house, a jail, the poor farm building, and two views of an asylum.
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm seated at a desk at the Wisconsin State Capitol. An unidentified man is looking on.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Men stand on a street in front of an International Harvester branch house.
Date: 1937 before
Description: Male and female students pose for a group portrait with their teacher (at right) in front of Banneker High School. The structure is made of brick and has...
Description: Men unloading machinery from an International KB-10 truck. The original caption reads, "An International KB-10 with Rodgers body and Braden winch owned by...
Description: Teachers from St. Rose Catholic School, 514 N. 31st St., Sister Mathia (left) and Sister Geran, visited a show of the artworks of the 1930's in the mezzani...
Description: Masonic Temple, 301 Wisconsin Avenue. Auditorium and balcony from the stage.
Description: J.S. Nelson, an International Harvester dealer, speaks with a man seated on corn planter(?). Two men smoking pipes watch from the shed in the background.
Description: View down road towards three workers standing on the porch of an auto repair shop. The shop offers Red Crown Gasoline, Peerless Motor Oil, and Firestone ti...
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: International Harvester Branch House. Signs on the building advertise agricultural implements, motor trucks and Kerosene engines and tractors. Many small t...
Description: Frank Lloyd Wright confers with another man on the site of one of his great designs, the Johnson Wax Building.
Description: Lighted crosses at St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Brothers Harley and Wilbur Backhaus funded the crosses with their wills.
Description: Interior view taken from outside Manager's (H.C. Groenewold) office featuring an enlarged photographic mural on the wall. The office is part of Internation...
Description: Downtown street scene near Commercial and Canal Streets. This image was used in a Circuit Court case.
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