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Date: 1929 ca.
Description: State architect, Arthur Peabody's rendition of the State Office Building at 1 West Wilson Street.
Description: Drawing of the general design for future constructional development of the thoroughfare system on the University of Wisconsin campus by the Architectural C...
Description: Illinois Central railroad tracks at Monroe Street Castle & Doyle Building at Monroe and Regent Street intersection at 1512 Regent Street. The Wisconsin Sta...
Description: Aerial view of Schenk's Corners where Atwood Avenue and Winnebago Street cross, looking north east.
Description: Elevated view of Bascom Hill on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus from the south between the Chemistry Building and Lake Mendota.
Description: View across East Main Street towards a row of businesses, looking southeast. From the left, the corner building has a tobacco shop with a law office above,...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The house was built in the late 1850s or early 1860s by Donnel and Kutzbock, who also built the first Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison. Originally this h...
Date: 1929 after
Description: Shingle-sided home at 1502 Fremont Avenue, built in 1929. Trees and shrubs surround the house.
Description: View down the 700 block of State Street towards the Truax Field Honor Guard marching past the State Barber Shop on Armed Forces Day. Park Street and the bo...
Description: Wisconsin State Capitol south facade, pediment designed by Adolph A. Weinman.
Description: Margie Wesley of 630 West Wilson Street and Nancy Bonner of 213 North Murray Street were members of the decorating committee for the Loft's gala holiday pa...
Description: Charles Carman Blacksmith Shop, South Franklin Street between East Main and East Wilson Streets, demolished to build a four-unit apartment building. The or...
Description: A colorized image of a girls' swimming class at the Brittingham Park bathhouse.
Description: Pictured are the three new class presidents at West High School. From left to right: Jack Barry, sophomore class; Al Trotalli, senior class; and John Lovel...
Description: Wolff-Kubly & Hirsig Co. hardware store, located at 17 South Pinckney Street. There is a lighted "TOYS" sign. The view also includes Strauss' Shoes, locate...
Description: Letterhead of the State Board of Control, with vignettes, printed in blue ink, of various recreational scenes: fishing, playing golf, game bird hunting, an...
Description: Illustration of the second Wisconsin State Capitol, which was the first one in Madison.
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: Exterior of the Memorial Union Theater on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. There is a railing with steps in the foreground, leading to a paved w...
Description: The Montgomery Ward Store Building at 100 North Hamilton, the intersection of Pinckney and North Hamilton. The building was designed by Law, Law, and Pott...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Wisconsin State Capitol from West Washington Avenue. A portion of the Teckemeyer Candy Company sign is visible on the left.
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