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Description: Milk delivery man in work clothes being greeted at the door of a residence by a woman and young girl as he delivers milk and dairy products. Shown in the...
Date: 1912 after
Description: Camp Randall Memorial Arch and Civil War cannons honor the Wisconsin Civil War soldiers on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The memorial was na...
Description: Camp Randall Memorial Arch and Civil War cannons. The memorial was built to honor Wisconsin Civil War soldiers and is located on the University of Wisconsi...
Description: Two new apartment buildings recently completed by builder Neal H. Stoddard, in the 2900 block of Monroe Street. The laying of sod and other landscaping was...
Description: More than 20 children sit on decorated bicycles as part of the 200 children who paraded around the square as 1,500 persons watched during the Bicycle Safet...
Description: View of a wide path through trees in the spring or summer.
Description: A view of the University of Wisconsin football fans at Camp Randall during the game against Ripon College, which UW won 24-0. Student Ralph Engsberg, who...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Aerial view of the Frank Lloyd-Wright-dsigned Unitarian Church under construction and the Veteran's Administration Hospital, also under construction, to th...
Description: First Wisconsin Governor's Mansion, which served as the home for seventeen governors from 1883 to 1950, 130 East Gilman Street. It is often called the "exe...
Description: Wisconsin Centennial Parade. Elevated view of the crowd as the U.S. Army 32nd Division passes along Main Street. The Tenney Building is in the background.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Exterior of the Thomas C. Chamberlain Hall of the Chemistry Building at the intersection of University Avenue and North Charter Street. There is a signboa...
Description: This red brick Italianate residence located at 216 Langdon Street, was built in 1870 for Lucien Stanley Hanks, a prominent Madison banker and civic leader,...
Description: Nine young people gathered at the refreshment table at the annual neighborhood Christmas party given for all young people in Nakoma. Pictured left to righ...
Date: 1952 ca.
Description: Frank "Foots" Hess Jr. watching a machine set hoops on a barrel at the Hess Cooperage.
Description: A house at 803 East Gorham Street.
Description: Small stone portion of the Wisconsin State Capitol that was never carved.
Description: Aerial view of Madison, looking east across the Isthmus including the Wisconsin State Capitol, Lake Mendota, and Lake Monona.
Description: Fauerbach Brewery, 651-653 Williamson Street, corner of South Blount Street and Williamson Street. The view includes R.J. Olson Glass Co., 625 Williamson...
Description: Flooded South Park Street underpass, with car stalled in three feet of water. A train is on the railroad bridge above. A young boy and girl wearing bathing...
Date: 1971-03-14 ca.
Description: Poster advertising the story of "Madison's hippie haunts" in Insight Magazine and the Milwaukee Journal. Features a street view of West Miffl...
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