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Date: 1873 ca.
Description: A man and woman sit on a porch behind a latticework railing. The porch has carpenter's lace and a parapet roof and covers two sides of the house.
Date: 1975-06-04 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Club Tavern, with a Hamm's Beer and Club Tavern electric sign with an arrow pointing to the tavern in the foreground at the entrance t...
Description: Mrs. Otto Koberle of Middleton stands next to her bookcase of dolls. Mrs. Koberle has collected between 200 and 300 dolls that fill the living room of her...
Description: Mrs. O. B. Orth of Middleton, a nationally accredited flower show judge and a rose judge, is shown in the midst of a rose garden while inspecting flowers.
Description: Two men pose in front of a new Piggly Wiggly grocery store. The new store was located in Middleton at the intersection of Gateway Street and University Ave...
Description: A field party lead by Charles E. Brown prepare to excavate the Heim effigy mound. The effigy, shaped like a fox or wolf, has been outlined by stakes. The m...
Description: Vandalized tombstones following a beer party held in Evergreen Hill Cemetery, Middleton, on June 12, 1948.
Description: Lois Herning, age 10, surveys her results on an archery target at Blackhawk Bowhunters Club.
Description: Vandalized tombstone following a beer party held in Evergreen Hill Cemetery, Middleton, on June 12, 1948.
Description: An aerial view of Middleton. In the foreground is a baseball field, and beyond are houses, woods, fields, and Lake Mendota.
Description: Interior of barroom at the Club Chanticleer with 2 bartenders mixing drinks behind the bar & 4 patrons seated at a table.
Description: A fleet of four tar tank trucks (two each from Lafayette and Taylor counties) park in front of Max Lehman's house, 1724 Park Street. The Warner house is on...
Description: Elevated view of several men, some of whom may be railroad workers, posing in front of a Minnesota and St. Paul wood-burning engine at a train crossing. Th...
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Markart, Victor, and Gloria, a typical foster parent family in Middleton. Governor Vernon Thomson declared June 23-29 as Foster Parents W...
Description: View from yard of small cottage standing on the northwest shore of Lake Mendota on the site of Rowan, also known as the St. Cyr stopping place.
Description: A view down street, which is lined with parked cars. There is a grocery store on the corner on the right, and beyond is a sign for a "Hotel Office".
Description: View of the left side of highway tarring tank truck, taken for Willliam Gunnison, road contractor.
Date: date unknown
Description: A plat map of Middleton.
Date: 1872 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Kingsley house with family in front. It has tall and narrow double-hung windows that are grouped in twos and etched. Carpenter's lace...
Description: The Stanley Hanks cottage at Fox Bluff on the shore of Lake Mendota. There is a fence around the property, and a boat is pulled up on the shoreline.
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