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Description: Waitresses Carlene, Laura, and Corey, pose for a photograph at an unidentified Rennebohm Drug Store restaurant. To the left, Steve Kimbrough, seated with h...
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison, from Park Street to the men's dormitories. Part of Lake Mendota is in the top right corner.
Description: The rear porch wing of the Bradley house, following a fire on March 17.
Description: Two Rennebohm Drug Store, Inc., employees make sandwiches. A large commercial refrigerator is visible in the back of the kitchen area where they are workin...
Description: The John McKenna residence, 2804 Columbia Road, Shorewood Hills, designed by Cora Tuttle. McKenna lived here for a short time and then sold house to Peter...
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: The Simeon Mills (farm) house located at 2709 Sommers Avenue.
Date: 1946 ca.
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison buildings. The General Hospital is in the center, surrounded by homes, trees, and other university buildings.
Description: Wisconsin legislators sit in the Assembly Chamber while listening to Governor Kohler's message.
Date: date unknown
Description: Group portrait of farm family. A man sits on a tractor on the left, and in front of the tractor on the right is a woman holding a baby. In the background i...
Description: Cast concrete sculpture of headless female form, mounted on square base in Sid's backyard, under the Tea Garden archway. In the foreground is a small arche...
Description: Full-length studio portrait of a man leaning back in a chair with his legs crossed, with a photograph is in his raised hand. He is wearing a suit with a bo...
Description: Gilmore-Weiss home, located at 120 Ely Place. The house also known as the "airplane house" was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Description: Mears house, the residence of Flora E. Mears at 116 East Gilman Street, built by Charles Mears in 1859 or 1860.
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison campus on isthmus, including the Agricultural campus and men's dormitories. Part of Lake Mendota is in the top right corner...
Description: Mrs. Milton Sager, in a trailer home at Camp Randall, does day care with six children. The trailer park, provided by the University of Wisconsin, is for WW...
Description: Three-quarter view from street of the Magnus Swenson house at 530 N. Pinckney Street. This house was sold to a fraternity and later demolished.
Description: Kappa Alpha Theta Madison pledges are: Mary Clare Koltes, Mary Lou Sorensen, Patricia McGovern, Barbara Hampton, and Gretchen Jorgensen. Susan Norris, was...
Description: View of the kitchen in the home of Lenore and Forrest Middleton at 3241 Highbury Road. The kitchen was built in 1853 by Joseph Statz and includes various e...
Description: The Bradley House, later the Sigma Phi Fraternity house, at 106 North Prospect Avenue.
Description: Interior view of the playroom in the home of builder Tom McGovern and his wife Ruth at 25 Hiawatha Circle. The couple's five daughters, three of whom are p...
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