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Description: Eleanore Brown Haydon and Robert McClintock Haydon, Sr., at 415 Farwell Drive in Maple Bluff.
Description: Two women operate the Purity Sun Ray System pressing iron at Three F Steam Laundry, 731 E. Dayton Street.
Description: Group of boys facing left and looking at something out of the frame. They are sitting, standing, or kneeling by a covered table set for snacks or crafts. A...
Description: Exterior view of a house at 822 Prospect Place built in the Prairie style, featuring masonry and stained wood.
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Andrew Proudfit house at the corner of Fairchild Street and West Washington Avenue. The steeple and neighboring triangular window belong to the First Bapti...
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: Dining room of Fred and Annie Storer Brown's house (built in 1888), 121 East Gilman Street.
Description: The family room of the Floyd and Marian Voight at 8 Fuller Court in Madison. The room features driftwood paneling, cork tile floor with braided rugs, and a...
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison aerial view overlooking the lower campus and surrounding neighborhoods. Lake Mendota and Picnic Point are in the background...
Description: Exterior view of 1130 Shorewood Boulevard, built in 1935 it was known as the "steamboat-round-the-bend" because the second story gives the appearance of a...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: An idyllic afternoon in the Capitol Park, showing groups of men and women seated on benches and conversing. The reproduction Centennial fountain is almost...
Description: Bunting decorates the columns of the east wing of the third Wisconsin State Capitol. The sculpture "Forward" is on the far right.
Description: David R. Obey, then a Wisconsin assemblyman, testifying in the Capitol in behalf of the reorganization of state government proposed by the Kellett Commissi...
Date: 1951 ca.
Description: An interior view of the William F. Vilas house, 12 East Gilman Street, which later became the College Woman's Club.
Description: Interior view of a bathroom installed in former bedroom closet at the Thomas Lyman residence, 149. North Butler Street. It is an example of the ease of con...
Description: An interior view of a house at 524 North Henry Street, showing the living room used by the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity.
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: Originally the Charles Riley house, 21 West Gilman Street. Historian Frederick Jackson Turner lived in the house in 1890.
Description: The Stage Coach and truck used for the Madison Youth Summer Theater drives past a playground. Students who watched the performance wave to the actors as th...
Description: Members of the Wisconsin League of Women Voters enjoy tea at the executive mansion following a session at the Wisconsin State Capitol for the league's legi...
Description: The living room of Fred and Annie Storer Brown's home (built 1888), 121 East Gilman Street. Annie Hepworth Storer Brown sits by the fireplace.
Description: Mrs. Phillip (Isabel) La Follette reading to Bob and Judy, her children, at the Governor's Residence, 130 East Gilman Street.
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