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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: This map of Stevens Point shows labeled streets and selected points of interest: "Holiday Inn," "Westernberger's Gifts," "Ralph L. Banke MLS Realtor," "Gol...
Date: 1970 ca.
Description: A large crowd participating in a demonstration against the war in Vietnam, as seen from the steps of the Wisconsin State Capitol looking down State Street...
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: Multi-colored panels with a circular motif, designed by the Taliesin Fellowship, at the home of Dr. Walter Plaut, a University of Wisconsin-Madison zoology...
Description: "Zimmel Implement has been located at 202 Mayville Street since 1946. They previously spent 11 years at 113 North Milwaukee, the building now occupied by...
Description: A railroad turntable at the Milwaukee Road railroad yard off West Washington Avenue.
Description: Elevated view of large crowd with a banner reading: "VETS for PEACE / Bring the Troops Home Now." The crowd is following a Ford Mustang carrying five elder...
Description: This map shows lot and block numbers, city limits, cemeteries, schools, outdoor theater, Lumberjack Bowl, and Historyland among other attractions.
Description: Mapleside, a historic home on University Avenue, being demolished. It is the future location of Burger King.
Description: Unusual concrete play castle at Brittingham Park. This functional art was built by Paul Duesler with materials supplied by the Madison Jaycees.
Description: Color photo of a man in a red jacket holding paint brushes and a palette while standing atop a truck trailer. The side of the trailer is painted with a mur...
Description: This pictorial map was produced by the Chateau, a resort in La Pointe, and shows Madeline Island landmarks and tourist attractions. On the verso is the Spr...
Description: An addition with a honeycomb look to a mausoleum at Forest hill Cemetery.
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: Exterior view of the north wing of the Pierce house at 424 North Pinckney Street, featuring ornate ironwork and carved stone details a good example of Roma...
Description: Detail on the building at 214 West Washington Avenue that, over the years, has been the first synagogue in Madison (Shaare Shomaim or Gates of Heaven), a s...
Description: "Theresa Firemen's Picnic Parade."
Date: 1974 ca.
Description: The remains of an ice rack used for refrigerated freight cars, located at the railroad yards on Regent Street and West Washington Avenue.
Description: Two men are delivering a couch from Mastercraft Furniture Corporation of Omaha, Nebraska to a furniture store. The men are outside carrying the couch towar...
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