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Date: 1899 ca.
Description: Two stone cutters (probably Italian) working on decorative details over the east entrance during the construction of the State Historical Society of Wiscon...
Date: 2009 ca.
Description: The 1-0 Tunnel at Camp Randall Memorial Stadium. Above the tunnel's doorway, a small red sign reads, "Eat a rock."
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: Drawing of the new Reierson Studio. An arrow leads from the sign painted at the top of the building to the studio door, which is to the right of the storef...
Date: date unknown
Description: A sundial on a pedestal sits on Observatory Hill, overlooking trees, a rooftop, and part of Lake Mendota.
Description: View across street towards the U.S. Post Office located at 215 Monona Avenue.
Description: WHA-FM tower being built on top of Radio Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View down Main Street, a dirt road with horses and buggies and a wooden walkway. There is a brick building in the left foreground, with houses further down...
Description: Harry S. Manchester's, Incorporated, department store on Capitol Square, 2-6 East Mifflin Street. View of people, buses and automobiles at the intersection...
Description: View from atop a building across Wisconsin Avenue of the Fuller Opera House during its demolition.
Description: The Smart Motor Company dealership located at 437 West Gilman Street, designed by Harry Alford.
Description: Observatory building on hill on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Lake Mendota and Picnic Point are in the background.
Description: Colorized postcard of an exterior view of the State Historical Library, now the headquarters building of the Wisconsin Historical Society.
Description: U.S. Post Office, located at 215 Monona Avenue.
Description: Governor Philip F. La Follette buying a "buddy poppy" from two women in behalf of the American Legion. The governor is standing in his Wisconsin State Cap...
Description: Catholics praying for World Peace (Holy Hour) at Camp Randall Stadium, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Description: Joseph Rothschild, manager; Bertha Atkinson, buyer and Freda Kitson, saleswoman opened the children's and infants' department at Baron Brothers Department...
Description: Exterior view of the new First Baptist Church, 518 North Franklin Avenue.
Description: Booth at the American Dairy Association Exposition held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Livestock Pavilion during Farm and Home Week. Pictured next...
Description: Elevated interior view of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Red Gym (Old Red or Armory) main floor. Gymnastic equipment is set up throughout the large, w...
Description: Recently remodeled South Shore Methodist Church, 608 West Olin Avenue. Built in 1895, it was known as the People's Community Church.
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