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Description: Exterior view of the Pierce House at 424 North Pinckney Street, which was designed by Samuel H. Donnell, an architectural partner of August Kutzbach (Kutzb...
Description: The metal sculpture entitled "Goddess of Law" which is seen on the exterior of the State Bar Association Office at 402 West Wilson Street.
Description: Wisconsin's new racing shell, the Mendota, receives the champagne bottle from sponsor Mrs. Harry (Mary) Stuhldreher in the christening ceremony on t...
Description: View of the entrance to Camp Indianola on the north shore of Lake Mendota, which was one of the nation's oldest camps. In the background across the lawn is...
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: Main Street, with its dirt, ruts, cows (and presumably manure), but wide enough for easy hitching of wagons and teams.
Description: Exterior view of the Stop and Shop Grocery at 501 State Street, which features a gingerbread house design.
Date: date unknown
Description: Elevated view of the grounds and capitol fountain of the executive mansion, which was located at 130 East Gilman Street. There is a birdhouse on a pole nea...
Description: View across field towards the Kipp Company building.
Description: Cars park in a new parking lot at the former site of Washington School at 217 North Broom Street.
Description: Decorative detail on the top of the building located at 306-312 State Street, was Salick's Jewelry Shop.
Description: View from pier towards two men sitting in the front seat of the "Monona-Mobile," a pontoon boat powered by an automobile. The knee of a man is in the right...
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: View from Langdon Street of the University of Wisconsin YMCA on the shore of Lake Mendota. On the porch of the building is a large "Cafeteria" sign. Anothe...
Description: Ellsworth Mack and Charlotte Martin, members of the Shorewood League Painting and Sketching class, seated outdoors in Shorewood Hills, painting an autumnal...
Description: Senator Robert M. La Follette, Jr., on the porch at Maple Bluff Farm with his wife and two of his brother's children, Judy and Robert M. La Follette, III....
Description: Outdoor group portrait of employees of Conklin & Son Company posing in their baseball uniforms. There are nine unidentified baseball players flanked on eit...
Description: Girl (Theresa Castanga?) making adjustments to the front wheel of her bicycle on a bike hosteling trip in Madison sponsored by Neighborhood House.
Description: Exterior view of the new Madison Public Library bookmobile parked in front of the City-County building on Monona Boulevard.
Description: Two University of Wisconsin Hoofers' Club members who will ride in the annual horse show are shown sitting on a fence holding the reins of their horses. Pi...
Description: Wisconsin Centennial Parade. The City of Stoughton float depicts it as "the Wagon City." The Wisconsin State Capitol is in the background.
Description: A torch and seashell motif tops the D.P. Zografos Uptown Business and Secretarial Service and Klein's Bakery in 1969 at 320 State Street. The Art Deco abst...
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