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Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Madison fire fighters with a hose wagon near the intersection of Webster Street and East Washington Avenue.
Description: Station #2 of the Madison Fire Department at 125 State Street. Several men in uniform pose in front of the building with a horse-drawn wagon.
Date: 1912 after
Description: Camp Randall Memorial Arch and Civil War cannons honor the Wisconsin Civil War soldiers on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The memorial was na...
Description: Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad tracks running down the middle of East Wilson Street from South Baldwin Street to Dickinson Street.
Description: Camp Randall Memorial Arch and Civil War cannons. The memorial was built to honor Wisconsin Civil War soldiers and is located on the University of Wisconsi...
Date: date unknown
Description: Slightly elevated view over fields of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, showing Bascom Hall, the Observatory, and King Hall from University Heights. Lak...
Description: Every-House Appliance Co. trailer with sign that reads "Every house needs Westinghouse", 114 E. Main Street.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Night view with streetcars at the Capitol Square on Pinckney Street. Walzinger's Drugstore is one of the prominent storefronts on the left.
Description: Reiner house on the 600 block of Williamson Street, built in 1851 by John J. Reiner with red brick from "Vet" Williams of Madison. John J. Reiner, who came...
Description: The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer "Trackless Train" turning onto North Carroll Street from West Mifflin Street. The "Trackless Train" was on a tour from New York to...
Description: Men sit in the cab of the Ed Klief Transfer Line truck, advertising the RKO Orpheum Theater along with Klief's moving services, in front of the UW Meat Mar...
Description: Two new apartment buildings recently completed by builder Neal H. Stoddard, in the 2900 block of Monroe Street. The laying of sod and other landscaping was...
Description: Truck with bed built by Ideal Body Company advertising the company. the truck is parked in front of the Ideal Body Company building on Park Street.
Description: A truckload of Madison high school students who participated in Madison's second annual city-wide clean-up campaign in front of Manchester's department sto...
Description: Located at 2089 Atwood Avenue, a former service station was successfully transformed into a diner — Monty's Blue Plate Diner.
Description: Wisconsin Centennial Parade near the Wisconsin State Capitol. The Mazomanie float is titled, "John F. Appleby Invents Twine Knotter in Mazomanie," and is p...
Description: American Legion, Voiture 683, Dane County, locomotive on wheels, for a float to be driven in a National Railroad Week parade.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Florence (Bis) Lloyd Jones pushes a doll in a buggy with an unidentified girl with a doll walking alongside.
Description: View down Pinckney street looking northwest toward East Wilson and Lake Mendota. The Fairchild Block and the American Hotel are at the right.
Description: Street and residential neighborhood with Lake Monona in the background. This possibly is the intersection of King, Wilson, and Butler streets.
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