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Description: This map of Stevens Point shows labeled streets and selected points of interest: "Holiday Inn," "Westernberger's Gifts," "Ralph L. Banke MLS Realtor," "Gol...
Description: The skywalk on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus that reaches across Park Street from Bascom Hill to the UW Humanities building.
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: A. D. German Warehouse, 330 S. Church Street, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, now used as a center for human history, arts, crafts, and architecture.
Description: Exterior view of Steve's Liquor Store, 3618 University Avenue (since remodeled).
Description: Color photo of a Thanksgiving Day Parade, either Macy's Parade in Manhattan, New York, or Gimbels' Parade in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A man in the foreg...
Date: 1970-07-17 ca.
Description: A deed solidifying an agreement between J. Wesley Miller and the Miffland Cooperative. Features a photograph of "Jes' Folks," portraits of a young child, a...
Description: Night view of the Wisconsin State Capitol dome, which is the only granite dome in the United States. It is made with white Bethel Vermont granite and cost...
Date: 1975-06-04 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Club Tavern, with a Hamm's Beer and Club Tavern electric sign with an arrow pointing to the tavern in the foreground at the entrance t...
Description: The John Stein House at 229 South Owen Drive designed by stone mason Fritz Carpenter the home was once occupied by Nicholas Justo.
Description: Thanksgiving Day Parade, either Macy's Parade in Manhattan, New York, or Gimbels' Parade in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A tan and white International Harve...
Description: View across street towards a person entering Mickie's Dairy Bar in winter. The restaurant facade has signs advertising Coca-Cola, 7-Up, Royal Crown cola, a...
Description: The G.A.R. Memorial Hall on Monona Avenue. It was later demolished to make way for a parking lot.
Description: "American Legion members march up Main Street."
Description: On a rainy day a Gardners' Bakery truck makes a delivery to Miller's Corner IGA Grocery Store on STH 153.
Description: View of the 100-year-old First United Methodist Church (formerly the First Methodist Episcopal Church) in the process of being demolished. It stood at the...
Description: View across Williamson Street towards the entrance of the St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store. There are large display windows along the sidewalk. The storefr...
Description: Senator William Proxmire walked thousands of miles in Wisconsin to meet constituents. Here he is, in a snowmobile suit, shaking hands with a woman outside...
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