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Description: A view from Bedford Street of the smouldering ruins of the Hotel Washington. A pedestrian crosses the street in front of a parked firetruck. Water being us...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: View from the driver's seat of an International Metro truck, showing part of the steering wheel and a city street beyond. Automobiles are parked near the c...
Description: South Pinckney Street on the Capitol Square. The view includes several retail shops and a women's clothing store.
Description: Owen Drive stone street marker placed across from Holy Cross Cemetery at Highland and Regent Streets.
Date: date unknown
Description: Photographic postcard of Wisconsin Avenue. Many automobiles are being driven, and others are parked at the curb at an angle. The street sign on the corner...
Description: The train engineer's view (looking east) of the Illinois Central Railroad crossing at Regent Street, Breeze Terrace, and Little Street, taken one-hundred f...
Description: Exterior night view of the Darling Shop, located at 9 East Main Street, with people looking at the window displays. A portion of the lighted neon "Darling...
Description: "Solomon Juneau, a devout Catholic, named Henni Street after his friend, Bishop John M. Henni. Bishop Henni (1805-1881) headed the newly designated dioces...
Description: "Flooding on North Pole Rd."
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Madison High School (later known as Central High School, demolished), 210 Wisconsin Avenue, designed by Cass Gilbert and built in 1908.
Description: House at 622 University Avenue is the only survivor of the homes which housed some of Madison's early settlers. The house has had a number of owners, inclu...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: A man is driving a construction truck in the shadow cast by what appears to be an elevated highway. A sign for the "Broookly Battery Tunnel" is on one of t...
Description: Kathy Vehrenkamp, Mrs. Oktoberfest 1991, walking down the sidewalk in costume and proudly displaying her ribbon.
Description: American System houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, located at 1102-112 North 27th Street. Demolished in 1974. Four identical buildings in a row. A r...
Description: Exterior view of Hartmeyer Meat Market building, located at the corner of North Hamilton and East Mifflin Streets.
Description: View of the center village green featuring parked cars and a monument. A church steeple rises above trees.
Description: Men use an Adams #5 1/2 Road Grader to work on an urban street. The grader was owned by the State Paving and Construction Co. Original caption states: "G...
Date: 1963-05-25 ca.
Description: The Highway OOO sign at a road junction. Several automobiles are visible in the background along a road.
Description: Exterior of the First National Bank, built in 1919. Men stand outside the building, one drinking from a fountain. A man stands across the street near the...
Description: "Bonduel Street was named after Reverend Fleurimont Bonduel, a missionary from Green Bay. Bonduel, in 1837, celebrated the first mass in Milwaukee in the...
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