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Description: Northwest corner of Aurora and Elmwood Avenue looking towards a two-story concrete block building with no windows and a single door.
Description: People stand amidst the ruins of Middleton after a fire, which burned 19 buildings. Debris litters the ground and foundations of buildings are exposed. The...
Date: 1872 ca.
Description: The Richard Green residence is a frame house with a porch that features latticework. Before it stands an elaborate white fence. A clothesline pole can be s...
Description: Exterior view of the Middleton High School.
Description: View from across the road of a picket fence, a garden with an arched trellis and a couple on the porch of a frame house. The house has wood trim on the por...
Date: date unknown
Description: Fox Bluff farm on the shore of Lake Mendota, owned by Stanley Hanks. On the left is a windmill, and a number of outbuildings are near the barn.
Description: View down street, with cars and trucks parked on either side. There is a large building with businesses on the right. One has a sign offering meals and "ro...
Description: A fleet of four tar tank trucks (two each from Lafayette and Taylor counties) park in front of Max Lehman's house, 1724 Park Street. The Warner house is on...
Description: A man distributes rat poison, which was invented by Dr. Link, to a Boy Scout to place in rat-infested areas. They are standing in front of the Village Hall...
Description: Exterior view from road of the Valecia Evaporated Milk Company, a condensery.
Description: View from yard of small cottage standing on the northwest shore of Lake Mendota on the site of Rowan, also known as the St. Cyr stopping place.
Description: Elevated view of the J. Green & Co. store, a frame building with a false front and a third story fan window. Men with farm implements stand nearby with hor...
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: A group posed on the porch of the Middleton House, a two-story frame building with lattice and cut work, located across the intersection from J. Green & Co...
Description: A view down street, which is lined with parked cars. There is a grocery store on the corner on the right, and beyond is a sign for a "Hotel Office".
Description: A sign reading "Middleton, Wisconsin's Fastest Growing Community Invites You".
Description: Chicago & Northwestern Railroad tracks, looking west at the crossing of S. Blair Street, King Street, E. Wilson Street, and Williamson Street. Shows Chicag...
Description: View of cement foundations and pillars for a future sewer pipeline. Cedar Ridge Subdivision.
Description: Winners in State Archery competition. Front row left to right: Mike Manthey (Watertown), Sharann Magel (Milwaukee), Butch Szehner (Milwaukee), Jerry MacKo...
Description: Two Lafayette County tar tank trucks park in front of Max Lehman's house, 1724 Park Street.
Description: View of town taken from the top of a hill.
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