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Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Church built by early settlers in the village of New Upsala, the first Swedish settlement in Wisconsin.
Description: View of a Native American man dancing and wearing traditional dress and a headdress. A group of younger boys, some wearing traditional dress, watch him fro...
Description: Students aboard school buses departing school lot.
Date: 1933-07 ca.
Description: Front view of Man Mound House with trees and a walkway, which leads to the front door. The walkway appears to be on a mound.
Description: Chicago & Northwestern Railroad tracks, looking east at the crossing of S. Blair Street, King Street, E. Wilson Street, and Williamson Street. Included in...
Description: View across Bascom Hill of Music Hall and Library on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The Law building is on the right, and Chadbourne Hall is i...
Description: The Burgess Battery Company Office Building at 15 South Brearly Street.
Description: Chicago & Northwestern Railroad tracks, looking west at the crossing of S. Blair Street, King Street, E. Wilson Street, and Williamson Street. Shows Chicag...
Description: View from street of the Cuba Club, located at 3416 University Avenue, surrounded by trees, with "R.W. Roberts" (manager) on mailbox.
Description: The members of the Wisconsin State Senate pose outside the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: View of William Bonifas Lumber Mill showing the mill buildings, a water tower, "Railroad Crossing" sign, an automobile, lumber stacked on railroad cars, an...
Description: View of the north elevation of the Wade House. The Wade House, one of the earliest stagecoach inns in Wisconsin, was built between 1847 and 1851 by Sylvanu...
Description: View of the E. Pike residence. The owner is thought to have been a relative of Robinson D. Pike (1838-1905), a lumber merchant and the founder of Bayfield...
Description: Hadley-Luzerne Central School students with books and lunch pails getting off of an International D-40 school bus. The bus featured a 215-inch wheelbase an...
Description: The Denniston House was built in 1836 in anticipation that the State Capitol would be located in Cassville, and housing for the legislators would be needed...
Description: Madison Soap Box Derby winner Eldon Raemisch receiving the M.E. Coyle trophy. The race was held on Wilson Street.
Description: A man operates an International I-14 tractor and Hough street cleaner. The tractor was owned by the city of Santa Barbara. According to the original captio...
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: View of two men posing on either side of the Radisson and Groseilliers House historical marker. The house was the first built by white men in Wisconsin an...
Description: View of the College of Agriculture, Agricultural Hall as seen from the east on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: A fleet of trucks owned by the Tri-State Ice Cream Company lined up in front of the company building. A sign in the shape of a milk bottle stands on top of...
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