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Description: An old, somewhat ornate chimney stands out from the side of the Elizabeth W. Pudor residence at 504 Wisconsin Avenue. The building has been converted to ap...
Description: Exterior view of The Old Clock Shop owned by P. Tock at 1343 Williamson Street with clocks displayed in the window.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Bear pits at Henry Vilas Zoo (Vilas Park Zoo), opened in 1911, with a polar bear in the nearest display area.
Description: Page with more images of the first trip of the 1941 season from the Neighborhood House log book of bike hosteling excursions, with Theresa Manderino [Manda...
Description: NCAA boxing tournament, University of Wisconsin, Bout 22, "Vito Parisi, Wisconsin, advanced to the NCAA semi-finals when he scoured an unanimous decision o...
Description: Detail of ornamental iron lattice-work on German Romanesque revival McDonnell/Pierce House, 215 North Pinckney Street. Built in 1857-58 for Alexander and F...
Description: Orpheum and Capitol theater ushers listen to a talk about fire prevention as they stand beneath a marquee that advertises the epic "Cimarron."
Description: Theresa Manderino [Mandarino?], Vincenza Raimond, and Mary Baldarotta [Baldarotto?] resting and posing on a low wall in front of Schumann's Store, as part...
Description: Architectural box motif around air conditioners, created by James Potter, on the Doty Street side of the Beavers Insurance Building, 119 Monona Avenue (Mar...
Description: View from street of the caffolding and cranes on the Wisconsin State Capitol used to construct the building. Men and women walk on the sidewalk in the fore...
Description: Exterior of building on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: The ruins of the unfinished South Wing of the third Wisconsin State Capitol after its collapse while still under construction.
Description: Small monkeys in their wire mesh enclosure at the Henry Vilas Zoo (Vilas Park Zoo), opened in 1911.
Description: Interior view of the Madison Public Library. The library opened in 1905 and was funded by a $75,000 gift from Andrew Carnegie. Reverse of cardboard backing...
Description: The gilded bronze statue "Wisconsin", by Daniel Chester French, on top of the dome of the fourth Wisconsin State Capitol building.
Description: The John Stein House at 229 South Owen Drive designed by stone mason Fritz Carpenter the home was once occupied by Nicholas Justo.
Description: A class of male and female students work in a biology laboratory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Two women stand in the middle of the large, open r...
Description: Exterior view of the Wil-Kil Pest Control building at 705 Williamson Street. The sign above the entrance features a rat and a cockroach depicted in neon.
Description: Five West High School graduates sit in front of Bascom Hall on the University of Wisconsin campus. They will be attending colleges away from Madison. Left...
Description: Construction work on the mezzanine shelving in the old Library Periodical Room. The old shelving was reconfigured, beams installed, and an small office cr...
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