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Description: Plan for the Michael B. Olbrich Memorial Entrance to the Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum and Wild Life Refuge.
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Young Women's Christian Association, located at 122 State Street.
Description: Walkway near back of building with lawn and trees on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: View from street of a man standing on the sidewalk in front of a grocery store at 300 West Lakeside Street. The overhead sign reads, "F.C. Caves, Meats and...
Description: West High School at 30 Ash Street. H. J. Kelly was the general contractor.
Description: Exterior of Methodist Hospital.
Description: Farmers Mutual Auto Insurance Company, 312 Wisconsin Avenue. Original building was the former Joseph Boyd mansion. Contractor for the remodeling job was Fr...
Description: Attendees in formal wear stand in a military ball receiving line, from right to left, Sam Pierce, Arnold H. Dammen, Helga Gundersen, Ralph M. Immell, Dor...
Description: Governor Philip La Follette signing Wisconsin's pioneer unemployment compensation law. From left to right are Henry Ohl, Elizabeth Brandeis, Paul A. Raushe...
Description: A house at 646 East Gorham Street.
Description: Emporium Department Store, 15-17 N. Pinckney, also showing Rennebohm Drug Store #6 on the left and Joe Tittle and Sons Meats on the right. The building occ...
Description: Moseley's display window advertising the book and the movie "All Quiet On The Western Front". The store was located at 10 East Mifflin Street.
Description: Chanticleer Orchestra managers, each with a dog at his side, sit on the front steps of a building with an awning overhead that reads "Chanticleer."
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: The Lion House at the Henry Vilas Zoo (Vilas Park Zoo), designed by Frank Riley and built in 1917. It was torn down in 1997.
Description: Exterior night view of the Nancee Hat Shop at 7 South Pinckney Street featuring hats, purses and an Art Deco entrance.
Description: Teacher and seven students holding pictures in "Expression class" in deaf classroom at Doty school.
Description: Spoo & Stephan, Inc., men's clothing store, 18 N. Carroll Street.
Description: Elevated view of the Wisconsin Centennial Industrial Exposition held in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House.
Description: This map is blue line print and shows local streets, roads, the University of Wisconsin, Monona Village, Verona, Middleton, McFarland, Lake Mendota, Lake M...
Description: Dr. Clarence W. "Doc" Spears, the new University of Wisconsin football coach, with his wife and their three children are greeted by a crowd.
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