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Description: John Muir's desk clock. The clock lighted his lamp and fire and opened the right book for him to study. At the end of half an hour it changed the book. The...
Date: 1974 ca.
Description: View of the busy intersection at Regent Steet and West Washington Avenue.
Date: 1970 ca.
Description: A large crowd participating in a demonstration against the war in Vietnam, as seen from the steps of the Wisconsin State Capitol looking down State Street....
Description: Night view of the Wisconsin State Capitol dome, which is the only granite dome in the United States. It is made with white Bethel Vermont granite and cost...
Description: Intersection at Regent Street and West Washington Avenue. An Octopus Car Wash sign is mounted on top of car.
Description: The Bradley House after the fire of March 17. There is obvious fire damage to the roof.
Description: Poster advertising for the Mt. York Music Festival, September 8, 9, 10, 1972. Featured music by Baby Grand, Benedict, Black Society, Brownsville Station, B...
Date: 1971-03 ca.
Description: Poster announcing the Ann Arbor Film Festival, presented by Broom St. Theater and St. Francis House, held at the St. Francis House, 1001 University Avenue,...
Description: Eugene (Gene) Parks with his wife and children relaxing outdoors. From left to right are Kendra Parks, Marilyn Park, Wendy Parks, Stacey Parks, Reggie Park...
Date: 1971-11 ca.
Description: Poster advertisement for a concert by the group "The Living Sound," at 240 West Gilman Street, in Madison, Wisconsin. Features a reduced purple and red col...
Description: Poster advertising a concert by Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House, May 27, 1971. Features a negat...
Description: Side view of the Bradley House after the fire of March 17. A portion of the roof is missing.
Date: 1973 ca.
Description: A sketch of the Pierce Residence at 424 North Pinckney Street. The house is sometimes referred to by the surnames of its other owners: McDonnell, Garnhardt...
Description: Mapleside, a historic home on University Avenue, being demolished. It is the future location of Burger King.
Description: Art Deco detail above the entrance to Wells Printing Company at 121 West Main Street.
Description: Exterior view of First Unitarian Society Parsonage, 504 North Carroll Street, designed by Claude & Starck and built in 1910, in the Tudor Craftsman style....
Date: 1972-08 ca.
Description: Poster advertising for the Clyde Beatty-Cole Brothers combined Circus, which took place August 30, 1972 at the Madison Fair Grounds in Madison, Wisconsin....
Description: The stockade from the Civil War era that still remains on the grounds of Camp Randall.
Description: Exterior view of a log cabin home at 3506 Lake Mendota Drive.
Description: Plot in the Forest Hill Cemetery at 1 Speedway Road in which 105 Confederate soldiers are buried. They died while confined in Madison's Camp Randall during...
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