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Description: Schoelkopf truck with a Fordson tractor on the truck bed is parked outside the Schoelkopf Lincoln Ford Dealership at 210-216 E. Washington Avenue. The chur...
Description: Exterior view from the street of The Hotel Washington, 636 West Washington Avenue, with two cars parked in front.
Description: Bandstand and old Town Hall in the park.
Description: Dairy farmer and member of the Philharmonic Chorus, Donavon Doerfer, stands in his barn next to cows in stanchions.
Description: An intricate design carved into the side of the building at 102 N. Hamilton Street. The building was built for Montgomery Wards (1929-1942); occupied by US...
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: The Jarvis-Ward-Atwood octagon house, 121 West Wilson Street, built for Mr. Jarvis from red brick made at a kiln, owned by W.A.P. Morris, at the turn of La...
Description: An bandoned pool room at 912 Williamson Street.
Description: The Schoelkopf advertising truck parked on the street near the store at 210-216 E. Washington Avenue. The truck advertises a number of products: Rockway Sp...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: The Lucien S. Hanks boat house at 216 Langdon Street.
Date: date unknown
Description: Winter view of exterior of Lappley Bros. Lumberyard and Feed Mill.
Date: 1900 before
Description: Historian Emma Helen Blair, who supervised the Historical Society's maps and manuscripts collection during the 1890s and who aided the editorial projects o...
Description: Mendota Yacht Club, later the site of James Madison Park.
Description: The art conservator Anton Rajer uncovered evidence that the Wisconsin State Capitol was originally richly embellished. This is one of three examples of ori...
Description: Exterior view of the uniquely designed house of Byron Bloomfield at 1010 Edgehill Drive in Shorewood Hills, which is built into the side of a sharp slope....
Description: An architectural rendering of a proposed lakefront development plan.
Date: 1960 ca.
Description: The residence of Lucien M and Mary Esther Vilas Hanks, 525 Wisconsin Avenue, at the junction of Langdon Street and Wisconsin Avenue. The home was designed...
Description: Save the Mounds demonstration around the Capitol building against Assembly Bill 620. On the left are 3 flags.
Description: Elevated view of Camp Randall Stadium and Field House with landscape behind.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: View of the house at 216 Campbell Street. Construction materials are piled about the property, suggesting it was recently built. A small group of people po...
Date: 1868 ca.
Description: The entrance to the third Wisconsin State Capitol before the construction of the dome, showing the park and walkway. Framing for the dome can be seen throu...
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