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Description: The Assembly Chamber from the visitors' gallery, in the Wisconsin State Capitol. There is a large circular ceiling skylight, and a mural painting by Edwin...
Description: Grand Army of the Republic Memorial Hearing Room. This hall was established by the legislature in the old Wisconsin State capitol in 1901. After the fire i...
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Halle Steensland and his wife Sophia pose with their five children at the family home, later located at 733 Lakewood Boulevard, Village of Maple Bluff. (Th...
Description: Exterior night view from street of Dykman's restaurant, located at 107 West Main Street. The door is open and stools can be seen along a counter.
Description: Lewis Arms stands at Brittingham Park holding his infant son Lewis Arms, Jr.
Description: Pierce house (also known as the Garnhardt house), 424 North Pinckney Street. Interior view with desk and large window. Photograph made for the Madison Comm...
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Forest Middleton, dressed in a fur coat and a bonnet, holds the handle of a doll buggy. The buggy carries a dog dressed in a stocking cap and sweater, as w...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: A view of the William McFarland house and the train depot published as part of the series "Wisconsin Sceneries, photographed and published by A.L. Dahl, De...
Description: Governor Warren Knowles (seated) signing the Technical Education Re-Organization Bill or the Higher Education Reorganization Bill, a.k.a. the Obey-Nikolay...
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison Ladies' Hall from the northeast. A fence runs in the foreground, and with trees are on the lawn surrounding the building.
Description: Elevated view of campus up University Avenue from the tower of the First Congregational Church on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The Wisconsin...
Description: Twin sisters Patricia (left) and Nancy Coughlin in matching formal dresses. They are posing indoors and are wearing matching chokers around their necks and...
Description: Carson Gulley, chef for UW dormitories, sits at a table in front of a WIBA microphone. He is wearing a chef's hat and white uniform.
Description: William McFarland's second wife, Sela Nelson McFarland, sitting with her infant son Joseph.
Description: View of the kitchen in the new ranch-style home of the Lloyd Yaudes family at 526 Virginia Terrace.
Description: Madison's first home show in thirteen years was officially opened by Acting Manager George Forster when he cut the ribbon at the entrance to the exhibit ar...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Cabinet card with full-length formal studio portrait of young Beulah Irene Miller (1888-1858). She is sitting in a chair with her hands in her lap. Her dre...
Description: The carriage house, which is part of The Kennedy home, 215 North Pinckney Street, as seen from the back of the house proper. It is at the end of a long dr...
Description: Entrance to the North Gardens subdivision on the corner of North Street and Hoard Street, owned by Paul E. Stark Company.
Description: Four men, probably employees of the Ideal Body Company, standing in the doorway of the company's building on Park Street.
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