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Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Group of people looking at single car at the railroad station, probably a special car for a traveling minstrel show.
Description: Receipt for plants purchased by Nina Dousman from Oak Grove Green Houses for gardens at Villa Louis.
Description: Captain Joseph Black Eagle (Waubli Sapa), Sioux, with a man and a woman at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition and Indian Congress.
Description: The Doty House on Doty Street (formerly Clymer Street), the first "Executive Mansion" in Madison, occupied in 1841-1844 by Territorial Governor James Duane...
Description: Advertising poster for the Champion Binder, manufactured by Warder, Bushnell & Glessner Company. Features color illustration.
Description: Exterior of front entrance of Main Hall (now Bascom Hall) on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: Fred and Annie Brown's living room, 121 East Gilman Street. The photograph was made before the house had electricity, so the lights pictured are gas light...
Description: Everetta and Cary Bass on sleigh in front of the Bass family home, 207 Clay Street.
Description: View from Lake Mendota of boathouse on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The Armory (Red Gym or Old Red) is behind the boathouse. The ground is...
Description: Bird's-eye map, looking west from shoreline on Lake Michigan of Milwaukee to Golden Lake in Waukesha County, with Kenosha and Fox Point at bottom corners,...
Description: Group portrait of the Rogers family. Pictured are William Henry Rogers, Clark M. Putnam, Maude Rogers, Martha Rogers, Grace (Rogers) Putnam and Mrs. Willia...
Description: Dr. War Eagle shoots at a target using a bow and arrow at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition and Indian Congress.
Description: A group of men, women, and children gather for a picnic in the woods. A large picnic blanket covers the ground as the individuals pose for a photograph.
Description: Man posed standing in the road in front of a wooden fence holding a derby hat. There is a house in the background.
Description: Wisconsin Central Railway locomotive no. 221, the first "big engine" on the Wisconsin Central. Built by the Brooks Locomotive Works in 1898, and later ren...
Description: Students in a chemistry class at Hillside Home School, an early progressive school, operated by Ellen and Jane Lloyd Jones, aunts of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Description: Portrait (Front) of Scabby Bull or Black Crow in native dress and holding pipe. Part of Algonquian and Arapaho Tribes.
Description: View from water of boats docked near houses on Jones Island. To the right two flags are strung up flagpoles near a building with a covered porch, perhaps a...
Description: Soldiers from the second Wisconsin regiment line a city street upon returning from Puerto Rico. There is a horse-drawn cart and an electric street car on t...
Description: A buggy is mired up to the axles in mud. The horses have been unharnessed and led away. Hand painted signs appear on the fence in the background. This imag...
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