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Date: 1873 ca.
Description: Elevated view of railroad tracks and several houses. Several railroad employees are doing repair work on the tracks, and one man is riding on a handcar. Be...
Description: Elevated view looking east on Hubbard Street from the corner of Hubbard and Parmenter Streets.
The old Schwab and Scwarz store, in the oldest building...
Description: Winners in State Archery competition. Front row left to right: Mike Manthey (Watertown), Sharann Magel (Milwaukee), Butch Szehner (Milwaukee), Jerry MacKo...
Description: An aerial view of Middleton. In the foreground is a baseball field, and beyond are houses, woods, fields, and Lake Mendota.
Description: Exterior view of the William P. Robinson residence, located at 1923 North Avenue.
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...
Date: date unknown
Description: Howard Morey (left) was associated with most of the airports in Madison. Prior to World War II he managed Madison Municipal Airport and when the military t...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Middleton railroad depot.
Description: A sign reading "Middleton, Wisconsin's Fastest Growing Community Invites You".
Description: View, from a distance, of Middleton. The view includes A.L. Dahl's horse-drawn wagon.
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: 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 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: Exterior view of the Pheasant Branch Hotel or Stamm House. Men are sitting on the porch near the front door. A sign above the door reads, in part: "J. Yo.....
Description: Exterior view of the Middleton High School. There is a telephone pole in front of the school.
Date: 1975-06-04 ca.
Description: Exterior of the Club Tavern, with automobiles parked along the side. Trees, shrubs and a parking lot surround the building.
Description: A view down a dirt street in the business district.
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: View of town taken from the top of a hill.
Description: A vacant parking lot accompanies the now Imperial Garden Restaurant (formally Villa Piazza), 2039 Allen Boulevard.
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