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Date: 1971-04 ca.
Description: Poster advertising a Reach Out parade, held April 24, 1971, in downtown Madison. Features four white hands on a sky blue background, merging from different...
Description: Exterior view of the old Home Management House at 1300 Linden Drive, on the University of Wisconsin campus.
Description: Politician Harold Stassen listening to Wisconsin Governor Lee Dreyfus.
Description: Exterior view of Steve's Liquor Store, 3618 University Avenue (since remodeled).
Date: 1971-01-28 ca.
Description: Poster advertising exhibitions at the L'atelier Gallery. On display are works by J.P. Schmelzer and Gina Larson Van Veghel.
Description: House with an apparent Mediterranean, "High Renaissance" influence, 1122 Sherman Ave., built by Joseph E. Messerschmidt in 1922.
Description: The Bashford House at 423 North Pinckney Street, built in 1857 by Napoleon Bonaparte Van Slyke.
Date: 1970-12-07 before
Description: Poster promoting music performances at the Red Shed bar, Frances Street.
Description: Portrait of Edna Wilmington, demonstrating her work with magnets.
Description: Rococo artwork details on the University of Wisconsin Agronomy building.
Description: Exterior view of the Sunflower House at 5126 Tomahawk Trail, was designed and built by its first occupant, architect James Dresser in 1952. With a unique d...
Description: Brick entrance of a house at 150 North Prospect Street. Its small, leaded windows, ironwork, and arch reflect the 19th Century Regency style.
Description: Photojournalists Bob Rashid (center), and Glenn Trudel (right) outside the Wisconsin State Capitol building. The third man on the left is unidentified.
Description: View of the 100-year-old First United Methodist Church (formerly the First Methodist Episcopal Church) in the process of being demolished. It stood at the...
Description: A sign reading "Soiled Dish Return" directs a man bussing his own table at the Rennebohm Drug Store No. 6 restaurant in the First Wisconsin Bank on Capitol...
Description: Exterior view of a log cabin home at 3506 Lake Mendota Drive.
Description: View from above and behind the stage as the band, Spooner, performs at the MadCity Music Festival held at Olin Park, Madison, Wisconsin. Band members inclu...
Description: The metal sculpture entitled "Goddess of Law" which is seen on the exterior of the State Bar Association Office at 402 West Wilson Street.
Description: Buildings and parking lot at Webster and North Hamilton Streets, early morning.
Description: A mailbox, painted with likenesses of animals, insects, and plants, at the Duckwitz residence at 5040 Lake Mendota Drive.
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