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Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Halle Steensland and his wife Sophia pose with their five children at the family home, later located at 733 Lakewood Boulevard, Village of Maple Bluff. (Th...
Description: Exterior night view from street of Dykman's restaurant, located at 107 West Main Street. The door is open and stools can be seen along a counter.
Date: 1961 before
Description: View over beltline of University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum along Lake Wingra. Lake Mendota is on upper left, and Lake Monona is on the right, with the...
Description: Ruins of the second floor of the North Wing of the third Wisconsin State Capitol, looking south, after the fire. The blaze nearly destroyed the entire buil...
Description: Lewis Arms stands at Brittingham Park holding his infant son Lewis Arms, Jr.
Description: Private Fred Schneider and wife with crowd in water at beach.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison. The Arboretum station was built when the site was a proposed site for a model city called Lake Forest, a scheme which fail...
Date: 1958 ca.
Description: Exterior of building on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus at 600 N. Park Street. The building was demolished to make way for the Helen C. White Un...
Description: Arthur Pulvermacher and his dog, Chubby, are the heroes of the neighborhood along Dane Street. The dog was known for its prowess in rat catching, protector...
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison entrance to Arboretum. Two stone walls flank the road. Two informational signs, including the speed limit, are past the e...
Description: The Fourth of July "living flag" created by costumed dancers from the Kehl Dance Studio, a school founded in Madison by Frederick W. Kehl in 1898. The Capi...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: A view of the William McFarland house and the train depot published as part of the series "Wisconsin Sceneries, photographed and published by A.L. Dahl, De...
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison Ladies' Hall from the northeast. A fence runs in the foreground, and with trees are on the lawn surrounding the building.
Description: Exterior of building on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. 600 N. Park Street. The building was demolished to make way for the Helen C. White Und...
Description: Elevated view of campus up University Avenue from the tower of the First Congregational Church on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The Wisconsin...
Description: In front of Manchester's Department Store, Santa Claus waves to the children from his yellow Ercoupe airplane as he rides in a parade sponsored by the Madi...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: The rustic iron bridge on University Drive. The sign on the left advertises a $25.00 Reward. Lake Mendota is visible on the right.
Description: "Mayville Cardinals compete with Baldwin-Woodville at Camp Randall."
Description: "Living flag" created by the Kehl dancers on the steps of the third Wisconsin State Capitol. This close view permits better examination of the ornamentatio...
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Armory (Red Gym or Old Red) on Langdon Street, with YMCA (on the left), and Lake Mendota in the background. University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
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