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Date: 1928-10-08 

Description: Five-year-old Betty Livesey pauses for a picture after the "Declaration of Chivalry" ceremony conducted at the 81st annual Capitol Grand Encampment of the...

Date: 1928-10-09 

Description: Members of the Progressive Republican Alfred E. Smith For President Club, hold their hats, while posing in front of the Park Hotel, 22 South Carroll St.,...

Photograph

Loetscher House

Date: 1948 ca.

Description: The Loetscher House, 302 North Lake Street.

Date: 1928-10-11 

Description: View looking up Fairchild Street towards the Wisconsin Power and Light building, at 122 W. Washington Avenue, under construction, with a man working near a...

Photograph

Police Officers

Date: 1934-11-14 

Description: Group portrait of police officers taken in front of the Madison Police Station at 14-16 South Webster Street. They are members of the Police School 1934-19...

Date: 1895-07-04 

Description: Fred Thwaites, Harry Turville, and Helen Turville celebrate the Fourth of July with American flags outdoors. There is a barn in the background.

Date: 1929-08-01 

Description: Originally the Evangelical Association's Immanuel Church, 106 North Hamilton Street, which was converted into a waiting room for the Jackson Clinic shown t...

Date: 1970-02-15 

Description: Hanks II Building, designed by Frank Riley in 1928-29, showing a French influence with paneled parapet ornamented with swags and rows of dentils (small, re...

Date: 1945 

Description: View of the Wisconsin State Capitol from balcony of Bascom Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Lake Monona is in the upper right background...

Photograph

Police Ambulance

Date: 1934-11-14 

Description: Two police officers stand beside a new police ambulance parked in front of the Madison Police Station, 14-16 South Webster Street.

Date: 1870 ca.

Description: The third (second in Madison), Wisconsin State Capitol that stood from 1857-1913, from a stereograph original.

Date: 1925 

Description: Page from an album kept by Neighborhood House, with images of infants and young children being cared for at the settlement house, including a group outside...

Photograph

Executive Residence

Date: 1970-03-01 

Description: First Wisconsin Governor's Mansion, which served as the home for seventeen governors from 1883 to 1950, 130 East Gilman Street. It is often called the "exe...

Date: 1928-09-09 

Description: Orpheum Theater ushers in uniform.

Date: 1951-10 

Description: Drawing of a hanging light fixture for a work bench, possibly for the Brock Company.

Date: 1945-11-15 

Description: Interior of Madison Public Library, 206 North Carroll Street. The view includes the Reference Room, Information Desk, and Return Window with three librari...

Date: 1928-10-03 

Description: Quinn Construction Company steam shovel excavating for the First Congregational Church, 1609 University Avenue. There is a house in the background.

Date: 1945 

Description: Elevated view over the Agricultural Campus across University Avenue towards Middleton, on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Lake Mendota is in th...

Date: 1939 ca.

Description: Madison Free Library, 206 North Carroll Street. There are two men standing on the sidewalk outside of the library. In addition, there are several automobil...

Date: 1935-01-05 

Description: Portrait of Governor Albert G. Schmedeman, painted by Merton Grenhagen, in the gallery of governors at the Wisconsin State Capitol. Mary and Shurley, daugh...

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