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Description: Woman wearing a mink coat boarding an International Metro KB-3-M truck owned by Atlantic City Jitney Service.
Description: Randall Elementary School, 1802 Regent Street, which shows an adoption from Tudor architecture in its abundant use of brick.
Date: date unknown
Description: A view of the cellar door belonging to Gov. Wm. Leete, where the sympathetic Puritans concealed the regicide judges Whalley and Goffe in 1661. On the botto...
Description: View of Sid posing sitting on the stone wall at the entrance to a cemetery with a July 1961 calendar under his arm. He is holding a stem of lilies and has...
Description: A cherub is the central focus of this detail of the richly decorated facade of Edgewood High School at 2219 Monroe Street. Other features in the facade inc...
Description: Dane County traffic police with Jimmy Christensen pointing to his plans for a soap box racer. The traffic police are sponsoring Jimmy in the Soap Box Derby...
Description: The Charter House hotel with an early touring automobile in front.
Description: The Bethel Lutheran Church on the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Gorham Street.
Description: Exterior view of First Unitarian Society Parsonage, 504 North Carroll Street, designed by Claude & Starck and built in 1910, in the Tudor Craftsman style....
Description: Two painters, shown on a Company scaffold from Safway Steel Scaffolds, at Villa Maria, 615 Howard Place. Safway Steel Scaffolds Company, offices at 940 Wil...
Description: A candid, head and shoulders portrait of Noel Alexander Gillepie wearing a suit. Behind him on a brick wall is a plaque with the number 1010 on it.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Executive Residence, 130 East Gilman Street, built in 1854. Used as Executive Residence from 1883-1950.
Date: 1937 ca.
Description: Aerial view of Nebraska Row on the lakeshore of the west side of La Pointe, showing houses, roads and piers. Nebraska Row was started in 1899 when summer r...
Description: View looking east up State Street from Johnson Street, with the Orpheum and Capitol theaters on either side of the street, and the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: A friend named George sent this photographic postcard to Emilie Chisholm, Ironwood, Michigan. Camp Keewatin was a boys camp. Emily Chisholm eventually marr...
Description: View from ground looking up the exterior of the Engineering Research Building, 1500 Engineering Drive on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The bu...
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: The Dousman family and friends on the east porch of Villa Louis.
Date: 1951-03-01 ca.
Description: Governor Walter J. Kohler, Jr. signs a bill that would liberalize state housing loans to veterans. The legislators grouped around him in the Governor's off...
Date: 1913-07 ca.
Description: Constable Rube J. Holcombe poses for a photograph while smoking a cigar.
Description: The exterior of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Roberts, 13 South Midvale Blvd., one of four homes designed and constructed by Marshall Erdman for war veter...
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