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Date: 1975 ca.
Description: Two nuns walking past a graffitied wall on the University of Wisconsin campus.
Description: Madison Gas and Electric Company, 736 East Washington Avenue, displaying projecting bricks that provides patterns and texture.
Date: 1973 ca.
Description: View of the doorway to Rated X Bookstore at 231 State Street. Part of a man's elbow is visible as he exits the store.
Description: Governor Pat Lucey visiting with children in the Governor's Office after signing Chapter 115 ensuring public education for children with disabilities.
Description: A decorative lamp on the outside of Lombardino's restaurant located at 2500 University Avenue.
Description: Exterior details of the Grand Army of the Republic Memorial Hall (G.A.R.), at 118 Monona Avenue (Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard as of January 19, 1987).
Description: Classical and Mediterranean design elements are seen in this porch on an apartment building at 29 Langdon Street. Doric columns support an arched entrance.
Description: 1328 Williamson Street, decorated with psychedelic art. Studio and home of artist Ginny Tricamo.
Date: 1970-04-25 ca.
Description: Lead singer Barbara Swenson of Northern Comfort clapping on stage with a microphone stand in the foreground. A guitarist is in the background.
Description: Ornate metal siding above oriel windows, common in Tudor and Gothic architecture, on a building at 115 North Hamilton Street.
Description: A "broken" pediment over a window on a Madison building. This style is typical of pediments developed in the baroque period.
Description: Exterior view of the east wing of Sterling Hall showing damage in the aftermath of the bombing.
Unfortunately, despite an attempt to detonate the bomb w...
Description: A group of young male audience members crowd around the Sound Storm festival stage with scaffolding visible in the background.
Description: A rock terrace in the yard of a house at 5606 Old Middleton Road.
Description: Church front with steeple. Road with cars, lamp post, and shoveled snow.
Description: An unidentified trumpeter, shirtless and wearing bell-bottoms, performing at the front of the stage at the Sound Storm music festival, as seen from the rea...
Description: Color photo of Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The Macy's storefront can be seen in the background. A red and white International Harvester Scout 4x4 truck...
Description: Decorative details on the upper exterior of the Strand Theater at 16 East Mifflin Street featuring classical Greek engaged (recessed) columns that reflect...
Description: Chicago R&B act Baby Huey mid-performance viewed from stage left. Members of the horn section and percussionists are visible in front of and behind Baby Hu...
Description: Exterior view of the Gothic sandstone house, 752 East Gorham Street. Later owned by Gordon and Dolly Harman.
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