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Description: The Pendarvis and Trelawny homes on Shake Rag Street, originally Cornish miner's cottages.
Description: Charles N. Brown residence, southeast corner of the intersection of Frances and Langdon Streets. On the left is 263 Langdon Street. Both structures were de...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: This Native American village on Lac Vieux Desert includes a log cabin, left, a wigwam, center left, and other structures made of slab wood. Two braided rug...
Description: The upper portion of the southeast-facing facade of the house at 524 North Henry Street.
Date: date unknown
Description: A view of Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp Petenwell at Broadway and 42nd St.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Home with large yard with many trees and a fountain on the right. A smokestack is in the distant background. On the sidewalk are pedestrians, and on the r...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: View from the University of Wisconsin service building smokestack of south Madison, including Mills Street, Mound Street, and the Greenbush. Lake Monona is...
Description: Residence in Belle Isle on Lake Monona in Squaw Bay, off Winnequah Road. The building is no longer standing.
Description: The southwest-facing facade of a house at 524 North Henry Street.
Description: A drawing of the restored Cornish miner's house, called Polperro, on Shake Rag Street. The house was temporarily covered with siding, but after restoration...
Date: 1899-06-12 after
Description: A hooded woman sitting on the remnants of a house. As the amount of debris and barren landscape can attest, the area around her had been leveled by a torna...
Description: Bird's-eye map of De Pere.
Description: The earth is never still, but speaks her loverslying twined among the roots of grasses, lying longstretched out from hill to hillThere wher...
Description: View of Sid's backyard looking towards the back of the house. There is a large arch in the center with wind chimes hanging on it. Shrubs, trees, plants and...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Daniel H. and Joshua Whitney's residence located at 402 Main Street at the intersection of Monroe Avenue. The house was torn down in 1897.
Description: The home of Henry Plowman, the co-founder of a local newspaper, The Miner's Free Press. The house was erected in 1855-1856 and was reportedly later occupie...
Description: The residence of John Crapser Coleman. As remodeled in 1870; copy of photograph taken in 1894. House is in right middle ground, with a yard and trees. A...
Description: Three women are sitting on the porch steps of Professor Allen's home, located on Langdon Street. Two of the women hold hand fans in their lap.
Description: Reception area of Stanley Hanks' real estate office at 311 State Street. Stanley Hanks was a Madison realtor. There are two doors at the end of the room se...
Description: The Erskine residence, the home of M. B. Erskine.
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