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Description: Four men in bookkeeping department at the Security State Bank, 1965 Atwood Avenue. They are standing and working at machines near a row of windows that loo...
Description: View of businesses located on West Main Street on the Capitol Square. These include Feltons at 29 West Main Street, Forbes Meagher Music at 27 West Main St...
Description: Interior damage to the Wisconsin State Capitol following the fire of 1904. The original photomount had the annotation: "Where my desk stood at the time of...
Description: Security State Bank, 1965 Atwood Avenue with a street light in the foreground. The Gem Theater, later known as the Palace Theater, 1953 Winnebago Street,...
Description: Interior view of the Wisconsin Governor's residence, 130 East Gilman Street. The dining room is furnished with walnut furniture. Over the buffet is one of...
Description: University of Wisconsin Biology building, Birge Hall, 430 Lincoln Drive, viewed from Bascom Hill.
Description: Interior of Cardinal Hotel Bar, 416-418 E. Wilson Street.
Description: Entrance to Madison Central High School, 214 Wisconsin Avenue.
Description: Interior of the Orpheum Theatre from the stage, view of the auditorium with balcony.
Description: East Side Print Shop, 1982 Winnebago Street, publisher of East Side News. Address changed to 2008-2012 Winnebago Street in 1929. Business moved into anot...
Description: Madison branch of the Filmite Oil Corporation building (a Trachte metal building), located at 828 East Main Street. Also pictured is W.K. Wilson, warehous...
Description: Wisconsin State Capitol from Bascom Hill on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Madison High School (later known as Central High School, demolished), 210 Wisconsin Avenue, designed by Cass Gilbert and built in 1908.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: A view down the corridor of the fourth Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: The University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House frame under construction, with novoid corkboard being installed on the south bleachers of Camp Randall in t...
Description: Pictured left to right: David Miller; Elaine Schoenoff, West High; and Pat Anderson, East High, members of the Madison Youth Council and committee members...
Description: Wisconsin Governor Walter S. Goodland signing a bill in his office, with two men looking on. The bill is probably Chapter 233 of the Laws of 1945 on the as...
Description: Cardinal Hotel Bar with bartender shaking a cocktail shaker.
Description: Interior view of a stairwell located within the Pierce residence, 424 North Pinckney Street, also known by the surnames of its other owners: McDonnell, Gar...
Description: Detail showing projecting brackets, known as corbels, on a building at 2709 Sommers Avenue. Corbels reflect an Italianate Gothic style more commonly associ...
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