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Description: View along shoreline with Lake Monona on the left. A fence runs along the slope, and beyond is a small white building and behind, at the top of the hill, F...
Description: The home of Ruth B. Glassow, a professor of physical education for women at the University of Wisconsin. The building was originally a barn on the estate o...
Description: View of the excavation of two graves located on University Hill (now Bascom Hill). Main Hall (now Bascom Hall) can be seen in the background.
Description: View across mowed field of two University of Wisconsin professors residences. On the left is the residence of Professor Harry L. Russell and to the right i...
Description: Exterior view of North Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The building is on Bascom Hill and is surrounded by trees.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: State Street view looking east from Johnson Street, towards the Wisconsin State Capitol. On the corner on the left is Glasgow Tailers, and further up the b...
Description: A view looking northwest toward Lake Mendota of a house at 640 North Henry Street. This residence was erected in 1901 for Thomas Evans Brittingham (1860-1...
Description: Cyanotype view of the west facade across Bascom Hill of University of Wisconsin-Madison Science Hall.
Description: Camp Randall Memorial Arch with a gated path.
Description: George E. Koehler, son of Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Koehler, 109 Chestnut Street, won a trip to Washington, D.C., for his bird watching and bird census work. He is...
Description: Ruth B. Glassow, a professor of physical education for women at the University of Wisconsin, stacks wood in the outdoor fireplace that she built by herself...
Description: Exterior of Washburn Observatory on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Description: Hults Capitol Garage, located at 1525 Regent Street and Olaf S. Jacobson Motors, 1501 Monroe Street. This image was taken before remodelling.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: The Madison water tower and farmers' market as seen through the stone gateway at the East Washington Avenue entrance to the Capitol Park. The building on...
Description: Looking south from the capitol dome of the Wisconsin State Capitol, the view is of West Main Street bound by South Hamilton Street and Monona Avenue (now M...
Date: 1953-06-16 before
Description: View of a crowd of people, mostly in swimsuits, at what might be Vilas Beach on Lake Wingra. There is a concession stand in a building in the background. A...
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: The Buell home, built by Charles E. Buell in 1894, which was called "Buell's Folly" locally.
Description: Mrs. Harry S.(Bess) Truman, at left, and her daughter, Margaret Truman, at right, seated on the speaker's platform at the University of Wisconsin stock pav...
Description: The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer "Trackless Train" parked at the Pennsylvania Oil Company filling station on the corner of State Street and Gorman Street. The "Trac...
Description: Socialist members of the Wisconsin Legislature leaving the Wisconsin State Capitol at noon.
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