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Description: Shows lot numbers and dimensions. "Issued May 31, 1903" -- Inscribed in ink. Oriented with north to the upper right. Includes text. Labelled streets are "R...
Description: Madison Soap Box Derby winner Eldon Raemisch receiving the M.E. Coyle trophy. The race was held on Wilson Street.
Description: Eldon Raemisch, age 14, in his championship car, No. 32.
The Madison Soap Box Derby was held on Wilson Street in 1936.
Eldon's car was the heaviest...
Description: This map is ink on printed paper reading: "standard profile plate." "Surveyed Oct. 15, platted Dec. 15, 1903 ; surveyed May 9, platted Dec. 9."
Description: Roger Gabbei, age 12, competed in the Madison soap box derby held on Gorham Street. He carried a spare wheel in case of a crackup. Roger won the class B ti...
Description: View of the east facade of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: 627 North Lake Street. A cyanotype view looking northeast at the intersection of Lake Street and Mendota Court. This house was built in 1892 for the Chi...
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: A man who does odd jobs around his neighborhood mows a banked lawn.
Description: Fred Raemisch, 16, of 2234 E. Johnson Street, sitting in his championship soap box derby car, #41. This was the first official soap box derby held in Madis...
Description: Streets, Lake Wingra, Lake Mendota, and Lake Monona are all labelled. Map reads: "The present park system of Madison comprises 150 acres of improved parks,...
Description: Mrs. Wilbur Schoephorster shows her oil painting, "Hunter's Cabin," which was awarded one of 38 top state honors in last year's Rural Arts and Crafts Show....
Date: 1954 ca.
Description: An illustration of the William F. Vilas house, 12 East Gilman Street, later occupied by the American Association of University Women.
Description: Rear view of three soap box derby racers whizzing down West Wilson Street.
Description: Shows existing and proposed parks, railroads, and marshes in a color coded key. "Contour interval 20 feet." Lake Wingra, Lake Mendota, and Lake Menona are...
Description: The first commercial pigeon-hole parking unit in the world was built for the Harry S. Manchester department store, behind Manchester's at the corner of Wis...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Illinois Central Railroad station. Automobiles and a horse-drawn wagon are parked beneath the canopy. In the right foreground is a commercial building wi...
Date: 1904 ca.
Description: This map shows numbered wards and plots, labelled streets, and parks in green.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Stereograph of Soldiers' Orphans Home, formerly Harvey Hospital. The octagon house was originally built for Governor Leonard J. Farwell and designed by Aug...
Description: Roundy Coughlin handing Madison soap box derby champion Ken Johnson, age 15, the M.E. Coyle trophy while the crowd applauds in the background.
Description: Shows wards and selected points of interest. Includes street index. Oriented with north to upper right.
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