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Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison biological laboratory. Two women are standing in the center of the room at a sink, and men and women sit at tables on the r...
Date: 1861 ca.
Description: Shaded drawings with size dimensions for plans of "Tents used in Civil War. U.S. Army Regulation Tents." Upper left, "18. ft diam, Gilbert Anderson Hub...
Description: Memorial Library, Armory (Red Gym or Old Red), and University of Wisconsin Boathouse from across mall on the lower campus of the University of Wisconsin-Ma...
Description: Side view of the Bradley House after the fire of March 17. A portion of the roof is missing.
Description: Governor Pat Lucey visiting with children in the Governor's Office after signing Chapter 115 ensuring public education for children with disabilities.
Description: Young woman sitting at a typewriter, presumably a staff employee, in the office of the Indiana Liberty Mutual Insurance Company.
Description: Mrs. Theodore Statz outside a window of her family's basement apartment at 425 West Wilson Street. They are soon to be evicted because their apartment does...
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: Lecture hall/classroom setting with a podium and a chalkboard in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Bacteriology Laboratory building.
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: The Neckerman house, located at 208-212 (210-214?) Monona Avenue, (now Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard), built by General David Atwood and his partner Ro...
Description: View from balcony of the University of Wisconsin library.
Date: date unknown
Description: View across yard toward N. B. Van Slyke residence with porch. Constructed of stone.
Date: 1924 after
Description: 124 Langdon Street, viewed from Lake Mendota. The house was designed by Madison architect Frank Riley and built in 1924 for the Kappa Sigma fraternity. T...
Description: Interior of the Winfield Martin house, 2906 Lakeland Avenue (earlier address, 611 Elmside Boulevard), showing a corner of the living room with a piano. Bui...
Description: Students study inside University Library.
Description: Interior of the Wisconsin Historical Society's library with a view of the card catalogs.
Description: Burnt timbers in the upper level of the Bradley House after the fire of March 17.
Description: Alpha Phi sorority, 28 Langdon Street, was the site of a garden party for all sorority women on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Left to right:...
Description: Group portrait of First Ladies of Wisconsin taken at the Executive Residence. Left to right: Sheila Coyle Earl; Dorothy Knowles Braun; Carrie Lee Dotson Ne...
Description: One of four Ionic-style columns on the Greek revival Brown house at 116 East Gorham Street.
Description: A walkway surrounded by a lawn and trees leads to the state Capitol building. The building features a large dome with Wisconsin on top, columns, a detailed...
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