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Description: Green Bay Packers quarterbacks, Jerry Tagge (#17) and Scott Hunter (#16), ride bicycles loaned to them by young fans from Lambeau Field to their practice f...
Description: Exterior of the top story of the Gilman Press Building, built in 1893, at the corner of 301 North Hamilton and East Johnson Streets. This building housed a...
Description: Exterior view of the GAR (Grand Army of the Republic) Memorial Hall, 118 Monona Avenue, (Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard as of January 19, 1987). The bui...
Description: Skateboarders take a break.
Description: "Theresa Station. Situated at the end of DD, the village was once known as Marshville. Two feed mills, a lumber yard, and the Soo Line tracks made for quit...
Description: This map shows streets, railroads, and Wolf Lake. An index of streets is also included.
Description: The design of the "Storybook House" at 2114 Van Hise Avenue, was inspired by fairytale drawings and French Norman architecture. The house was built of holl...
Description: Mapleside, a 116-year-old Greek-revival, sandstone house at 3535 University Avenue which was built by Abel Dunning.
Description: Color photo of an International C-O 4070A Transtar truck hauling the metal statue "St. Francis of the Guns" on a trailer down a San Francisco highway. The...
Description: "Soo Line Railroad Station. Before the days of radio, some of the local men would huddle around the telegraph key as reports came over the wire of a prize...
Description: Congressman David Obey introduces a local resident (back to camera), to President Jimmy Carter. Many photographers stand around the edge of the group and a...
Description: The Bradley House (Harold and Josephine Crane), at 106 North Prospect Avenue.
Description: This photograph was likely taken by the International Harvester Overseas Division for promotional purposes, and shows a man wearing a short sleeve polo shi...
Description: "The long lens compresses this view from the frozen Rock River in the foreground, the Catholic cemetery, and the Haag farm buildings in the distance."
Description: Includes index of streets and of local businesses. Shows location of Citizens State Bank, roads, highways, railroads, parks, cemeteries, and city sanitary...
Description: The city of Burlington is visited by Gaylord Nelson during an Earth Week celebration. The photograph shows a horse-drawn carriage riding down main street,...
Description: Aerial view of Manhattan cityscape.
Description: This map shows plat of the city, city limits, local streets, and part of Baraboo River. The map includes 2 inset maps and a legend showing residential, bus...
Description: Upper brick facade of the Majestic Theater, Madison's oldest operating theater, at 115 King Street. The Majestic was built by Edward F. and Otto J. Bieders...
Date: 1974 ca.
Description: A view looking down from the Wisconsin State Historical Society building to artwork on the cement of State Street Mall. These paintings on the 800 and 900...
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