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Description: Lakeside entrance exterior stairway of an elaborate residence at Lake Geneva.
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...
Date: 1898 after
Description: A view of the facade and side of the brick gymnasium at St. Norbert College. Stone is used for the basement floor and in decorative elements. This buildi...
Description: Louis and Henry Harder and Mr. and Mrs. Schildhauer pose by a tree with their bicycles parked nearby. They were probably resting during a bicycle ride on M...
Description: A cavalry troop gathers in front of an encampment at the Ojibwa-Pillager Battle at Sugar Point on Bear Island.
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Albert Weise's residence, with wooden sidewalk, and two kids standing on the front porch posing for the photographer.
Date: 1898 before
Description: "Confederate Rest" in Forest Hill Cemetery where Confederate prisoners of war who died at Camp Randall are buried. In this early photograph, there is a woo...
Description: Exterior of front entrance of Main Hall (now Bascom Hall) on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: Interior view of the Dankoler's sitting room with cushioned chairs and books stacked on a side table. A deocorative hand fan rests on one of the chairs. Tw...
Description: The Nekoosa-Edwards Paper company. Established about 1896 by John Edwards.
Description: Isabel Winslow and friends on the steps of her parents' home, 131 Langdon Street. Judge John B. Winslow and his wife had the house built in 1894.
Description: Exterior view of the high school, built in 1897.
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...
Description: People on a boat dock watch a boat landing as part of the Ojibwa-Pillager Battle at Sugar Point on Bear Island.
Description: Winter view with snow looking down Wisconsin Avenue to the third Wisconsin State Capitol. There are two horse-drawn sleighs, each with one passenger, on th...
Description: View from outdoors of a woman, Mrs. Zimmerman, standing indoors at an open window tending to plants that grow in a window box.
Description: View of corner of the Dankoler's sitting room. A framed portrait of Harry Dankoler sits on an easel near a window with a lace curtain. On the left is a cus...
Description: View from water tower, showing the grove where Black Hawk's pursuers were supposed to have camped in 1832. The group of men are digging foundations for a...
Description: A view of the Nekoosa-Edwards Paper Company mill. Established about 1896 by John Edwards.
Description: Cavalry and civilians gather in front of an encampment at the Ojibwa-Pillager Battle at Sugar Point on Bear Island.
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