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Description: This pictorial map shows illustrations of historical landmarks and events, some of which include the fairgrounds, churches, the courthouse, Turner Opera Ho...
Description: An abandoned farm house located on Highway 39 between Linden and Mineral Point.
Date: 1975 ca.
Description: 1492 W. Wisconsin Avenue. Built in 1886 by John Plankinton for his daughter Elizabeth. Edward T. Mix was the architect. Listed in the National Register of...
Description: View down the alley at the back of the Capitol Theatre on State Street towards a construction worker standing on the roof while working on renovations.
Date: 1972 date unknown
Description: Slightly elevated view of a 560 Hough Pay Loader adding material to a dump truck. C&M Enterprises, excavation contractors, are using two Hough Pay Loaders:...
Description: Skateboarders take a break.
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 First Lutheran Kirch on Old Sauk Road, which was used by the Bethel Baptist congregation after 100 years as a Lutheran church.
Description: Exterior view of a brick building at 461 West Gilman Street, which has the date it was built, 1897, displayed prominently on the front.
Date: 1973 ca.
Description: An engraving of the Executive Residence, 130 East Gilman Street.
Description: Japanese Tea Pavilion with an Oriental Ground Lantern and "Closed Abstraction in White" in Sid's backyard. The Madison-Kipp factory building is in the back...
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: Green Bay Packers running back, Ron McBride, wearing a #24 jersey and carrying a helmet, signs autographs for fans as he walks from Lambeau Field to the pr...
Description: A man is walking through a flooded Dairy Queen parking lot in the downtown area, while cars are driving down the street. The sign in the window of the Dair...
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: Members of United Packinghouse Workers of America Local 248 paraded on Wisconsin Avenue to draw attention to the fact that employees of the Packer Packing...
Description: The stockade from the Civil War era that still remains on the grounds of Camp Randall.
Description: The Bradley House, later the Sigma Phi Fraternity house, at 106 North Prospect Avenue.
Description: Color photo of Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The Macy's storefront can be seen in the background. A red and white International Harvester Scout 4x4 truck...
Description: Portrait of Sid in his backyard standing on the back of the Toonerville Trolley holding a shotgun. Sid is wearing a large engineer-style hat and has a ciga...
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