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Date: 1920 ca.
Description: John R. Commons, a University of Wisconsin professor, is shown standing outside Sterling Hall with his hat on the ground at his feet.
Description: Kennedy dairy truck made by Diamond T.
Description: Lewis Arms stands next to a damaged 1946 Chevrolet which had been rented from Friede Rent-A-Car. Arms and Bert Rogers had been traveling to Milwaukee in th...
Description: A railroad tanker car sits on tracks next to fuel storage tanks at the Capitol Oil Company, 919 East Main Street.
Description: Judson C. Cutter house, 1030 Jenifer Street, built in 1884. The house was built with influences of American Stick Style architecture with lateral clap boar...
Date: date unknown
Description: Group portrait of the South Side Band posing outdoors with their instruments. The name of the band is printed on the bass drum on the right. Some of the na...
Description: Portrait of reelected Madison Councilman John E. Coyne standing outdoors.
Description: Elevated view down Pinckney Street on the capitol square. Pinckney Street, about 1865 from the corner of East Main and South Pinckney looking toward Lake M...
Description: Exterior view of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Home Management house at 1430 Linden Drive. Seniors majoring in home economics were required to live f...
Description: New, modern wing on the classically designed Old Chemistry Building on the University of Wisconsin campus. The wing was built after the building sustained...
Description: Executive Residence, 130 East Gilman Street, which housed 17 governors before it was sold to the University of Wisconsin in 1950.
Description: The Eben Peck cabin, the first house in Madison, Wisconsin, was built in June, 1837.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Fenced-in, the cattle find a grassy pasture of Observatory Hill below Washburn Observatory on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: A young woman (possibly one of the O'Dea sisters) sits on the stone wall surrounding the edge of a pond. She is wearing a skirt, blouse, sweater, stockings...
Description: Manchester's, Inc., 2 East Mifflin Street, window display featuring Arrow shirts and men's clothing for Father's Day; includes a male mannequin.
Description: View of the field during the Wisconsin High School vs. Monroe High School football game at Breese Stevens Field.
Description: Beechnut Gum girls, posed in front of an automobile, promoting the product for a national advertising campaign.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Cyanotype print of Science Hall across Park Street, looking northeast, on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: Bob Zwerg, 16, golfer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zwerg, West Junior High School championship winner.
Description: Frederic March as Freddy Bickel, photographed on the steps of his fraternity house when he was president of the 1920 senior class.
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