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Description: "Kay Widmer pulls her toboggan up the hill that is on the southwest edge of the village."
Description: View of the 100-year-old First United Methodist Church (formerly the First Methodist Episcopal Church) in the process of being demolished. It stood at the...
Description: Multi-colored panels with a circular motif, designed by the Taliesin Fellowship, at the home of Dr. Walter Plaut, a University of Wisconsin-Madison zoology...
Description: Unusual concrete play castle at Brittingham Park. This functional art was built by Paul Duesler with materials supplied by the Madison Jaycees.
Date: 1974 ca.
Description: The "Gates of Heaven Synagogue" at James Madison Park.
Description: Green Hall from the northeast. North end of Johnson Hall is at left foreground. Observatory tower and roof details of Merrill Hall in center background.
Description: Detail on the building at 214 West Washington Avenue that, over the years, has been the first synagogue in Madison (Shaare Shomaim or Gates of Heaven), a s...
Description: IH employee Linda Younger stands with a scale model of a modernized foundry for the company's Louisville Works. The original caption reads: "International...
Description: The moving of the Gates of Heaven Synagogue building from West Washington Avenue to James Madison Park.
Description: View looking southeast from the State Historical Society of Wisconsin toward the University Club, the Pres House, and dormitories in the far background.
Description: View from back of stage of the Grateful Dead, featuring Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann, and Jerry Garcia, playing on stage at the Sound Storm Festiva...
Description: Left to right: Holton, Merrill, and Johnson Halls. Cars are parked along the road, including a Ford Gremlin and Chevrolet Camaro, in the lower part of the...
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: Phil Lesh and Bob Weir, bassist and guitarist (respectively) in the Grateful Dead, mid-performance at the Sound Storm festival. The bass guitar is made by...
Description: The Grateful Dead mid-performance as viewed from the audience. People are also watching from a scaffolding behind the stage.
Description: A bridesmaid after the ceremony at St. Andrews Catholic Church.
Description: Exterior view of Summit Avenue Co-op, 1820 Summit Avenue, University Heights neighborhood, which displays a Mediterranean architectural style in its stucco...
Description: This pictorial map shows illustrations of historical landmarks and events, some of which include the fairgrounds, churches, the courthouse, Turner Opera Ho...
Description: Two men in hard hats observe the ruins of Sterling Hall after it was bombed. Unfortunately, despite an attempt to detonate the bomb when the building wa...
Description: During a tour of his district Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey visited various sites where energy-saving projects were underway. Here a workman on a lad...
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