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Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Harvey School (demolished), 1005 Jenifer Street at South Brearly Street, Marquette neighborhood. Designed by Louis Claude and Edward Starck, built in 1905...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View across street of the front and side of Madison High School. There is a brick walkway in the street in the foreground.
Description: View across sidewalk of the Reierson Photography Studio storefront, in its new location, 14 East Mifflin Street, between adjoining businesses. The Wisconsi...
Description: A man stands next to an automobile in front of Du Bois Super Service at 1 North Mills Street (at the Corner of Regent Street), owned by Louis A. Du Bois. A...
Description: Mrs. Ann Johnson, senior clerk typist, filing clippings in the stacks of the Legislative Reference Bureau stacks.
Description: More than a thousand members of the freshman class at the University of Wisconsin watch as cheerleaders perform in front of them at the President's Convoca...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: View through trees of Music Hall and Library building on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Snow is on the ground.
Description: Two men fill the gas tanks of a car and truck at Jack D. Taylor's Super Service Station, 751-753 Williamson Street. This Art deco style building is located...
Description: The residence of Napoleon B. Van Slyke at 510 North Carroll Street. The image reads, "Maie on piazza with doll. Jonnie in baby carriage."
Description: Chief Justice Marvin B. Rosenberry, left, of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, administering the oath of office to Governor Walter S. Goodland in the Wisconsin...
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: This Italianate sandstone house was built in 1856 by Julius T. White at 130 East Gilman Street. The house was later owned by J.G. Thorp, whose daughter mar...
Description: Pierce home, also called the Garnhardt home. Located at 424 North Pinckney Street. The house was built about 1857.
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: Middleton School House built in at least two stages. Note the uneven stone construction of the first story and the brickwork of the second story.
Description: A northeast view of Madison from University Pier.
Description: A detail of a Sanborn map showing the area around North Franklin, North Blair and North Hancock Streets.
Description: A sign for the Wisconsin Engraving Company, 109 S. Carroll Street hangs over the sidewalk.
Description: From the left: Michael Dean, Jo Ann Donovan, Cameron Adams, and Mary Weston, at the subscription dance at the Madison club held for the teenage children of...
Description: Two young paper carriers for the Wisconsin State Journal with their news bags.
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm and his wife Mary led the grand march, officially opening the Centennial Ball, held at the Wisconsin State Capitol. Following behi...
Description: The Holy Redeemer Catholic Church and School, 126 (120) West Johnson Street.
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