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Description: Carved stone angel and wings detail on the exterior of the Lutheran Memorial Church at 1021 University Avenue.
Date: 1970-12-31 ca.
Description: Poster advertising Urban Blues and the performance of Luther Allison Chicago Blues Band, at the Nitty Gritty's New Year's Eve party. The poster features a...
Date: 1971-02-05 ca.
Description: Poster featuring a drawing of Huey Newton to advertise his appearance at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House. Newton helped found the Black Pan...
Description: A "broken" pediment over a window on a Madison building. This style is typical of pediments developed in the baroque period.
Description: A bronze-plated baptismal font in the shape of a hand which was made by Winnebago Indian sculptor Harry Whitehorse. This was found in St. Matthew's Luthera...
Description: Decorated pillar on the facade of the Baskin, Olson, and Veerhusen Company at 7 North Pinckney Street. One detail of the ornamentation is a carved face.
Description: Cover of "The Madison Bugle-American," and underground newspaper, featuring a cartoon of a businessman holding a leashed dog, a woman in a lounge dress smo...
Date: 1970 ca.
Description: A poster promoting an event which reads, "Afro Center Presents The Last Poets & *Black Haze." The event was held in the B-10 Commerce Building on Sunday, D...
Date: 1971-03-14 ca.
Description: Poster advertising the story of "Madison's hippie haunts" in Insight Magazine and the Milwaukee Journal. Features a street view of West Miffl...
Date: 1971-04-23 ca.
Description: Poster promoting the "Survival Revival Women's Conference." The poster features an American flag patterned castle in flames with a parade of women marching...
Date: 1971-02-18 ca.
Description: A Nitty Gritty poster promoting a performance by the Bethlehem Boogie Band. Features five caricatured figures of the band members.
Description: "Wisconsin", the bronze statue which was sculpted by Daniel Chester French, covered in gold leaf, atop the Wisconsin State Capitol. The piece includes a ba...
Description: Stone carved head detail on the Beta Theta Pi House at 622 Mendota Court.
Description: Illinois Central freight depot on West Washington Avenue, built in 1886.
Description: Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson, who is credited with conceiving of Earth Day, listens while Wisconsin Governor Patrick J. Lucey addresses the Wisconsin L...
Description: A Tudor style oriel window with a garland decoration on a house at 1717 Kendall Avenue.
Date: 1971-03-13 ca.
Description: Poster advertising Earth Week, held on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus from April 20-25. The poster calls for volunteers to "help us with our fe...
Description: Exterior detail on Helen C. White Hall, a library on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: Informal portrait of Democratic Assemblyman Harvey Dueholm in the Wisconsin State Capitol. A retired farmer, Dueholm was well-known for his humorous, down...
Description: Executive Residence, 130 East Gilman Street, which housed 17 governors before it was sold to the University of Wisconsin in 1950.
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