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Description: Farm Utilities Company, located at 124 S. Butler Street (a Trachte building).
Description: Mr. Sutton and Fay directing a scene for the movie "American Girl". Three people are standing in front of an automobile parked next to an airplane at Pennc...
Description: Rt. Rev. Msgr. E.C. O'Reilly, retired pastor of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Baraboo, is shown boarding a airliner at Madison Municipal Airport with his s...
Description: Two people walk near a large rock formation in a wooded area with a picnic table in the foreground. The occasion was the opening of a new wayside park loca...
Description: Wrecked Pontiac coupe in a garage.
Description: Elevated view up Wisconsin Avenue showing City Hall with the Post Office to the right. Also visible is the Presbyterian Church.
Description: The University of Wisconsin basketball team in 'natty' attire posing in front of a Northwest Airlines plane. They are taking the plane to San Francisco on...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Wedding party posing in a barnyard.
Description: A mechanic discusses car repairs with a customer at the Schultz Tire and Battery Service, located at 1336 Regent Street.
Description: Kober's Dairy Bar drive-in restaurant, 2237 Sherman Avenue.
Description: Children sledding down 400 block of North Pinckney Street, including 9 boys on a coasting bobsled. Three houses are visible in the background: 414 N. Pinck...
Description: View looking down a commercial street. Shops and cars in angled parking spaces line both sides of the paved street. A horse-drawn wagon is in the far dista...
Description: View across street of a group of employees, all men, posing outside their cafe. The cafe advertises Kennedy Dairy Company brand ice cream, Coca-Cola produc...
Description: Capitol Theater orchestra at Pennco Field (Royal Airport) to welcome the Ray-O-Vac Twins.
Description: Crowd greeting the "Spirit of St. Louis" when Charles Lindbergh flew to Madison on August 22, 1927. The crowd at Pennco Field (Royal Airport)was so large...
Description: Lieutenant General Eaker at the Madison airport in front of a B-17 bomber. He is shown with State Representative K. Henry (R-Jefferson) and welcoming commi...
Description: Exterior view of the United States Sugar Company factory next to railroad tracks on Atwood Avenue. The building was occupied in 1980 by Garver Feed & Suppl...
Description: View across street of Kaysers, Inc. Stadium Garage and Pure Oil Station, 1501 Monroe Street, at the corner of Regent Street.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Armory (Red Gym or Old Red) on Langdon Street, with YMCA (on the left), and Lake Mendota in the background. University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: Madison Police Inspector Philip H. Oakey is shown demolishing three "one-armed bandits". They had been stored in the vault of police headquarters since the...
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