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Historic Name: George I. & Mary Eastman Residence
Reference Number: 37800
Historic Name: Ralph H. Wood House
Reference Number: 37816
Historic Name: Clarence J. & Lillian McElrath Residence
Reference Number: 37801
Reference Number: 37817
Description: Cardinal Beauty Shoppe, 625 State Street, window display, awarded first prize in a national window display contest conducted by the Modern Beauty Shop maga...
Historic Name: Albert M. & Clara Smith Residence
Reference Number: 37802
Date: 1856 ca.
Description: The Wisconsin State Capitol (the second State Capitol, the first in Madison). Illustration from the American Encyclopedia, Columbus, 1859.
Reference Number: 37818
Historic Name: J.N. Jones Double House
Reference Number: 37049
Description: Gymnasium annex undergoing demolition near Armory (Red Gym or Old Red) on University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. A man is working in the lower center of t...
Description: Interior view of the William A.P. Morris residence parlor. A young woman is sitting at a piano on the far wall, looking over her shoulder to her right. Fra...
Description: Portrait of Kate Schmedeman, Mayor Albert G. Schmedeman's wife, seated in a chair beside a fireplace reading a book in her home, 504 Wisconsin Avenue.
Reference Number: 37803
Reference Number: 37834
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: The snowy intersection of South Blair and East Main Streets.
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: View of the Capitol Square from the roof of the Wisconsin State Capitol, looking south. The view includes the Park Hotel, The Baptist Church and St. Raphae...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: A six-story building on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Lake Mendota is in the background. This was also the YMCA building.
Description: Mrs. William H. Oatway and her daughter, Marcia, who were visiting her mother, Mrs. J.F.A. Pyre, who lives on Old Middleton Road.
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