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Description: The upper portion of the southeast-facing facade of the house at 524 North Henry Street.
Description: The southwest-facing facade of a house at 524 North Henry Street.
Description: Flooding along University Avenue at Shorewood Boulevard. Businesses in the photograph include Frenchy's Restaurant, 3302 University Avenue, and the Walter...
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: Barlass barn in Rock Prairie, built in 1861, thought to be the largest stone barn remaining in Wisconsin. The stone for this barn was hauled from Carver's...
Description: Elevated view of a man standing among rows of balers stored in a lot outside International Harvester's Memphis Works factory.
Description: Exterior of the Masonic Temple, 301 Wisconsin Avenue, from West Johnson Street corner.
Date: 1956 ca.
Description: A map that identifies the trout lakes in Wisconsin and their proximity to cities. Text on the page of the map highlights the conservation actions taken by...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Chapel, from the front path leading to the Gothic-arched doorway. Trees line the left and right of the path. A cross can seen through the topmost branches...
Description: View from rocky shoreline of the launching of the "Monona-Mobile" (pontoon car) onto Lake Monona. The boat launch is on the left. "11248" is painted on the...
Description: The old YMCA building in the initial stage of demolition.
Date: 1958 ca.
Description: The Glenwood Moravian Church, 725 Gilmore Street.
Description: F.W. Woolworth store on East Main Street at Monona Avenue (now Martin Luther King, Jr., Boulevard), showing the old Vilas block (aka Pioneer Building).
Description: The front door of the Herfurth house, 703 East Gorham Street, built by Theodore Herfurth around 1870 and owned in 1952 by Mrs. Ralph Dennis.
Description: Two-car garages are in 15 out of the 18 homes in the Parade of Homes.
Description: Corner of Canal and Congress streets, showing a building erected by James Sprague and Lyman D. Holford in 1880. Two stores occupied the ground floor, inclu...
Description: Frank Lloyd Wright on the grounds of the First Unitarian Society meeting house. Wright was being filmed for the Omnibus television program. The woman with...
Description: View of the one-hundred block of East Washington Avenue in Madison. The State Capitol building is in the background.
Description: The bride walks up the steps at Saint Andrew's Catholic Church accompanied by her father, Art Sterr.
Description: This map includes a street index and shows municipal golf course, parks, schools, cemeteries, Janesville County Club, and industrial sites. The back of the...
Description: The Mississippi River Logging Company's dam built in Soft Maple Creek in 1877.
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