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Date: 1898 ca.
Description: An exterior view of a home on S. Henry Street owned by C.A. Coon, an employee in the Department of "R.R. Conservation." The Victorian home has several deco...
Description: Seating chart for members of the Wisconsin Assembly as published in the 1874 Legislative Manual, the Wisconsin Blue Book.
Description: The Wisconsin State Legislature listens to Governor Walter J. Kohler, Jr. The Senators are seated in the first row.
Description: Parked automobile with Every-House Appliance Co. trailer-hitched, and advertising that reads "Every House Needs Westinghouse", in front of the Westinghouse...
Date: date unknown
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...
Description: Elevated view of the Ringling Brothers Circus at Madison airport from the top of a hangar located on Coolidge between North and Kedzie.
Description: Exterior view of Madison landmark, The Kendall House, 104 East Gilman Street, which displays a combination of both Italian and French architectural styles,...
Description: Detail of the intricate, medieval-style roof work of the Pierce House at 424 North Pinckney Street.
Description: Reiner house on the 600 block of Williamson Street, built in 1851 by John J. Reiner with red brick from "Vet" Williams of Madison. John J. Reiner, who came...
Description: View of Madison from Main Hall, now Bascom Hall, on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. North Hall is in the foreground with several residences and...
Description: A procession of the Monona Lake Assembly led by children carrying flowers. The Monona Lake Assembly Pavilion is partially visible on the left.
Description: Notched shingles, a style that developed in the late 1800's, decorate the second story exterior of this house at 715 East Gorham Street.
Description: A house at 715 East Gorham Street which has triangular shingles on the upper story and rectangular shingles on the lower story.
Description: A class of male and female students work in a biology laboratory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Two women stand in the middle of the large, open r...
Date: 1878 ca.
Description: A family sits in the yard of a large brick house that has round-top windows with two small windows on the third floor. The porch has a latticework skirting...
Description: View from across the street of a man, John Cline, sitting on a stoop outside an open door leading to a staircase. There is another doorway on the right. Th...
Description: Photographs illustrating the general history of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Included are interior and exterior views of facilities and build...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: The expanded third Wisconsin State Capitol photographed at a time of the year when the trees in the park did not obstruct the view. As a result, the curvil...
Date: 1955-11 ca.
Description: Elevated view from the balcony of the north end of the Wisconsin Historical Society's library reading room showing the recent remodeling. The remodeling di...
Date: 1952 ca.
Description: A residence at 930 East Gorham Street, on the site once occupied by the Walker "castle".
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