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Date: 1895 ca.
Description: 627 North Lake Street. A cyanotype view looking northeast at the intersection of Lake Street and Mendota Court. This house was built in 1892 for the Chi...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Illinois Central Railroad station. Automobiles and a horse-drawn wagon are parked beneath the canopy. In the right foreground is a commercial building wi...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Stereograph of Soldiers' Orphans Home, formerly Harvey Hospital. The octagon house was originally built for Governor Leonard J. Farwell and designed by Aug...
Description: View across street of the Sun Prairie City Hall, a large brick building with two balconies in the tower and arched windows on the ground floor. A person dr...
Description: A tall smokestack stands beside the Yahara River where it flows out of Lake Mendota. Remnants of the foundation and supports of Farwell's Madison Mills are...
Description: Harry S. Manchesters Inc. Department Store, 2-6 E. Mifflin Street, and other businesses: Walk-Over Shoes, 8 E. Mifflin Street, Moseley's Books, 10 E. Miffl...
Description: Night view of Robert Blossom's Mobil gas station, 3702 East Washington Avenue and Highway 51. Includes the Mobil red horse sign on a pole.
Description: Exterior view of the Neighborhood House, Madison's only settlement house.
Description: Formerly a receiving vault, this storage building at Forest Hill Cemetery features cathedral Gothic design elements.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A group of boys, most wearing caps, pose at the side of Madison's Third Ward School, also known as Brayton School. There are girls in the background.
Date: 1904 before
Description: Wisconsin's Third Capitol building seen from across the road, with fountain near a gate, which has sculptures on top of the columns. The grounds are surrou...
Description: 100 block of East Doty Street, showing the Fess Hotel, 119-123; Municipal Parking Station, 115; Kentzler building, 109; and Endres Tiedeman Mobil gas stati...
Description: Exterior of building and lawn. There is a large white cross on top of the building over the entrance. Trees fill the lawn in front.
Description: View across dirt road of the asylum and grounds. A large three-story building is spread out over several acres. Stairs are leading up to entrances on the s...
Description: View across lawn towards the front of the high school, a large brick building with steps leading up to the main entrance, which has a tower above it. Two p...
Date: date unknown
Description: View down dirt path through a wooded area. Beyond the trees are houses and buildings.
Description: Baron Brothers department store, 12-18 W. Mifflin Street, also known as the Mendota Building, and The Hub, 22-24 W. Mifflin Street, and H. Cushman shoes (p...
Description: Interior of the Winfield Martin house, 2906 Lakeland Avenue (earlier address: 611 Elmside Boulevard), showing the upstairs hall at the top of the stairway....
Description: An exterior view of Trameri's Bar at 625 West Main Street.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A view from the south side of the First Unitarian Church and Parish House, 125 Wisconsin Ave.
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