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Date: 1859 ca.
Description: An illustration of the Capital House, from the 1858-1859 Madison City Directory. The first-class hotel opened in 1853, was later bought by L.B. Vilas and c...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A view of the city of Madison circa 1900 that was used as a letterhead.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Women's dormitory at University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, located at the corner of Langdon and Lake Streets.
Description: Bird's-eye view of Madison, from rooftop across lake with sail boats and steamers. "Taken from the Water Cure, South Side of Lake Monona."
Date: 1973 ca.
Description: Keenan House at 28 East Gilman Street. The house was built in 1858 by Napoleon Bonaparte Van Slyke.
Description: Letterhead of the American Exchange Bank, established in 1871 and originally named the German Bank and later, the German-American Bank, located on the Capi...
Description: A door hanger encouraging voters to vote down the plan to discontinue plans for creation of the Monona Terrace.
Description: Park Hotel from a map in the manuscripts division.
Description: Illustration of the Van Slyke house at 510 North Carroll Street built by Napoleon Bonaparte Van Slyke in 1863.
Description: A depiction of the Breese Stevens house at 401 North Carroll Street. Located in the Mansion Hill neighborhood, the house was built in 1863.
Description: An artist's rendition of the Wisconsin State Historical Society as seen from Bascom Hill.
Description: Tonyawatha Spring Hotel from a descriptive brochure. The hotel opened in 1879 and was destroyed by fire on July 31, 1895.
Description: The Kendall house at 104 East Gilman Street, built by J.E. Kendall in 1885.
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. From left to right: Ladies Hall, South Dormitory, Bascom Hall, and North Dormitory. Trees are on the hill, and a f...
Description: Panoramic drawing of Madison, looking from the University toward the Wisconsin State Capitol. Among the locations identified along the border of the image...
Description: Letterhead of the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents, with a duotone view across Lake Mendota toward Bascom Hall, with other university buildings and...
Date: date unknown
Description: Back, front, and inside front cover of the menu from The Restaurant at Baron's department store, with "A Historical Map of Madison" focusing on the isthmus...
Description: Letterhead of Madison Mobile Homes, with a three-quarter view of a mobile home parked in a clearing near a wooded area on a shoreline, with the slogan "Liv...
Description: A sketch of the Pierce Residence at 424 North Pinckney Street. The house is sometimes referred to by the surnames of its other owners: McDonnell, Garnhardt...
Description: Memohead of the Bank of the Commonwealth, with a view of the dome of the Wisconsin state capitol building in Madison, Wisconsin, and names of bank officers...
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