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Description: A house at 609 South Few Street on which a row of dentils accents a gable. A dormer window shows handcrafted detail, as do the eaves of the gabled roof.
Description: Elevated view of Madison through trees. Lake Mendota, buildings of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, including the Washburn Observatory are along the sh...
Historic Name: H.B. Hughes Investment House
Reference Number: 37274
Description: Exterior view of a house at 1254 Rutledge Street which displays several examples of handcrafted detail including crab-like carved woodwork, open gables, an...
Historic Name: Burche's Corners
Reference Number: 114878
Description: A zoo keeper stands beside Winkie, the Vilas Zoo elephant, as she eats her "birthday cake" to celebrate her birthday and second anniversary at the zoo.
Historic Name: Halford & Anna Erickson Residence
Reference Number: 37275
Description: A carved Eyptian bust which adorned the Levitan building at 15 West Main Street before it was razed.
Description: Map of the Madison, Wisconsin region showing the four major lakes, starting in the north with Lake Mendota, Lake Monona, Lake Waubesa, and Lake Kegonsa. La...
Description: King Clayton Hahn, Milwaukee, and Queen Violet Norrman, Williams Bay, at the Junior Prom at the Great Hall of the Memorial Union.
Description: View of the Dane County Courthouse, 207 West Main Street, erected in 1885, the second on this site, just prior to being razed and replaced by a parking ram...
Description: Hoover Boat Line display booth at the Southern Wisconsin Sports Show in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House.
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