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Date: 1925 ca.
Description: The Rennebohm Drug Store #1 at the corner of University Avenue and Randall Avenue, which replaced Rennebohm's first store located just across the street. A...
Description: The Kehl School of Dance Building, 309 West Johnson Street, later the Madison Labor Temple, which was built in 1898.
Description: Daytime view of Robert Blossom's Mobil gas station, 3702 East Washington Avenue and Highway 51. In the background is the Club LaMark, and signs for Red Roo...
Description: DeSoto V8 Firedome automobile taken for Schappe Motors, 801 East Washington Avenue. Monona Bay is in the background.
Description: The West Branch of First National Bank Building at the corner of University Avenue and Park Street, with Rennebohm Drug Store #7 located on the bank's firs...
Description: Two men stand with the Capitol Oil Corporation display at the Madison Auto Show. The exhibit features "Tiolene Motor Oil," "Bowes Seal Fast," "Purol-Pep g...
Description: Four Nash automobiles at Chicago & Northwestern Railroad Station, 219 S. Blair Street, with Milwaukee Road passenger car in the background. The occasion i...
Description: From the left: Ray Rockow, manager of the Majestic Theater on King Street; Roundy, Wisconsin State Journal; and Cliff Harm, Montgomery-Ward and Co....
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: The Badger Pharmacy, 1320 University Avenue, at the corner of Randall about the time that Oscar Rennebohm took over the bankrupt operation.
Description: Tom Reese and Raleigh Williams, juniors at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with their 1913 Ford car which they plan to drive to Milwaukee for the Stat...
Description: Colorized postcard of Park[er] Street and the West End of the State Historical Library, now the headquarters building of the Wisconsin Historical Society....
Description: People and Ford automobile, on the occasion of Governor Julius P. Heil's inauguration.
Description: Two racers speed away from the starting ramp at the Soap Box Derby held on East Washington Avenue starting at the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two men loading boxes of batteries onto railroad cars with a conveyor belt. French Battery later became Ray-O-Vac Corporation.
Description: 2700 Marshall Court, Doctor's Park, Shorewood Hills.
Description: The Belmont Hotel, 31 N. Pinckney Street, from the roof of the Montgomery Ward building, 102 N. Hamilton Street, with the Capitol Square and the Wisconsin...
Description: Roger and Mary Sue Mallory, in front of a Christmas Tree, playing with toys their father Lieut. Col. Robert Mallory, stationed in France, sent to them. Rog...
Description: Cabinet card studio portrait of a young girl, posed with a doll in a baby carriage and her dog. The background is a painted backdrop of the Wisconsin State...
Description: Madison-Kipp Corporation, 201 Waubesa Street, beside the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroad tracks. Shown are three loaded flatcars on a si...
Description: The East Washington Avenue bridge was chosen as the point where a simulated atom bomb struck Madison during a civil defense test, unbeknownst to four canoe...
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