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Description: Jane Scalbom and Jane Gilbert Peterson opened a ceramics studio in one of the oldest buildings in Madison, the Century House, 3029 University Avenue. They...
Description: Wisconsin football player, end Ken Sachtjen (82), tries to grab a pass from Wisconsin player Forrest "Frosty" Parish while Yale player Robert "Tex" Furse (...
Description: Pahl Tire Company, located at 208 E. Washington Avenue. Opened in 1936, moved to 202 East Washington Avenue about 1960, closed in 2013.
Description: Elevated view of Sterling Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Construction of Wisconsin General Hospital is underway in the foreground.
Description: Edwards Super Service Station officially opened for business on August 16, 1930. The large complex, at 202 East Washington Avenue, represented an effort to...
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: Elevated view of railroad tracks and several houses. Several railroad employees are doing repair work on the tracks, and one man is riding on a handcar. Be...
Description: Photographic postcard view from street of the house at 1814 Rutledge Street, built by Willard Droster.
Description: Picnic Point from Observatory Hill in winter.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Russell Jackson (?), Joseph W. Jackson, and Dr. James A. Jackson, Sr., (with cigar), in front of the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: Exterior of residence, parochial school, and church. There is a mailbox in the foreground.
Description: Elevated view of west side neighborhood showing houses to the east of Midvale Boulevard.
Date: date unknown
Description: Governor's Conference Room with entry in the Wisconsin State Capitol. The room was modeled after the small counsel chamber in the Doge's Palace in Venice.
Description: Exterior view of the Sunflower House at 5126 Tomahawk Trail, was designed and built by its first occupant, architect James Dresser in 1952. With a unique d...
Description: Built by Clayton "Clayt" Parman in 1941, the service station at 3502 Monroe Street looks almost identical to when it opened more than sixty-five years ago.
Description: A sign for Fauerbach's Brewery depicting a young woman and the brewery. It was Madison's first brewery in 1848 and run by Peter Sprecher until bought by Pe...
Date: 1896-09-24 ca.
Description: 240 Langdon Street, residence of attorney William A.P. Morris. In 1902 Morris built and moved to a house at 635 Howard Place. He financed a brick street...
Description: Aerial View of University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agriculture. Lake Mendota with Picnic Point is in the background.
Description: Governor's Conference Room in the Wisconsin State Capitol, before restoration. The original mahogany walls were painted to lighten the room.
Description: House with an apparent Mediterranean, "High Renaissance" influence, 1122 Sherman Ave., built by Joseph E. Messerschmidt in 1922.
Description: Interior view of a stairwell located within the Pierce residence, 424 North Pinckney Street, also known by the surnames of its other owners: McDonnell, Gar...
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