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Description: Buildings on Pinckney Street, including the U.S. Hotel building and a carriage manufacturer. John S. Fuller's studio, "Fullers Temple of Art" was located i...
Description: Elevated view of people gathered on Pinckney Street, possibly waiting for a parade. In the distance another group of people, some of whom are carrying a ba...
Description: 1898 Oldsmobile decorated with advertising for "Mickey and Minnie Mouse in Person" at RKO Orpheum theater in front of Weber's Restaurant, 218 State Street....
Description: View down Pinckney street looking northwest toward East Wilson and Lake Mendota. The Bruen's or Brown's Block and the American Hotel are on the right.
Description: Streetcar advertising the Marx Brothers in "Animal Crackers" at the RKO Capitol Theatre.
Description: Elevated view of the second block of East Main Street showing the intersection of East Main and Webster streets. Businesses include the Argus Office and th...
Description: Mapleside, a historic home on University Avenue, being demolished. It is the future location of Burger King.
Date: date unknown
Description: Construction work, probably on East Washington Avenue. The Wisconsin State Capitol is in the far distance. A farmhouse is on the right. A pickax is in the...
Description: Diners wait in a long line on Mother's Day to get into Piper's Garden Cafeteria, 120 East Mifflin Street.
Description: Giles Hanson seated in his racing car in front of a gas station with Purol Pep gas pumps.
Description: Kite aerial panoramic photograph of the central business district. In the distance is Lake Mendota. The fire damaged Wisconsin State Capitol is in the cent...
Description: Residences and the Methodist Church located on the eastside of Wisconsin Avenue between Gorham and Johnson streets.
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Madison fire fighters with a hose wagon near the intersection of Webster Street and East Washington Avenue.
Description: Elevated view of the Wisconsin State Capitol building, showing steel work of North Wing under construction. Crowds of people are gathered on the lawn for t...
Description: Built in 1855 and designed by Milwaukee architect James Douglas, the Grace Episcopal Church is the oldest remaining building on the Capitol Square. Vertic...
Description: The Madison water tower as seen through the stone gateway at the East Washington Avenue entrance to the Capitol Park.
Description: Fire Chief Edward J. Page (right) and Lieut. Albert Rogg standing next to one of three new Madison fire truck at the Central Fire Station, 18-20 South Webs...
Description: Exterior view of the University of Wisconsin Memorial Union building on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, located at 800 Langdon Street. The insc...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Looking down King Street with streetcar. A sign that reads, "Base Ball Today" is strung over the street and the Wisconsin State Capitol is in the backgroun...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: View of State Street from the 300 block, looking east toward the Wisconsin State Capitol.
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