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Description: View from the top of a warehouse at the south end of 6th Street. There is a traffic jam on both sides of the viaduct. On the left, one man is walking on th...
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: "In the early morning hours, a new month dawns on the small village of Theresa. The village is now in the 130th year of its existence." The village marke...
Date: 1944 ca.
Description: Capitol Theatre building at 7239 W. Greenfield Avenue, Grimsrud shoe store, and surrounding commercial buildings.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: View across road of a two-story home located on a corner lot at 330 5th Avenue. There are signs on the lawn advertising rooms for tourists. A man is standi...
Description: Street sign for intersection of Larkin Street and Plymouth Circle, shown before there were streets to go with the sign. Location near Hoyt Park pavilion.
Description: Officer Frank B. Ingraham, at his beat on the corners of State, Henry, and Johnson Streets, with young school children from Holy Redeemer School. Ingraham...
Description: "Bicyclist, Mark Musack, one of Theresa's best 'Paper Persons,' making the rounds on 'The Reporter' route."
Date: date unknown
Description: Street level view of Grand Avenue showing a trolley, a crosswalk, crowded sidewalks and tall buildings.
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...
Description: Herold Newspaper building and surrounding commercial area at the southwest corner of Broadway and Mason Street. Pedestrains cross the street and horse-draw...
Description: View down Second Street. Automobiles park on either side of the street near bicycles and pedestrians. Stores line the street and the Wood County National...
Description: View down sidewalk of the business district.
Description: View of entrance to White Park from the intersection of College Street and Bushnell Street, which are unpaved. A young girl stands under the archway entran...
Description: People getting off a bus before the first Earth Day march.
Description: A boy holds the door handle of a circa 1916 Model T Ford with a modified radiator cover. A girl walks up the road toward the car. There is a bridge over a...
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: View of a downtown street featuring bars, restaurants, and a laundromat.
Description: "The camera, with a long lens, looks across the valley."
Description: Kathy Vehrenkamp, Mrs. Oktoberfest 1991, walking down the sidewalk in costume and proudly displaying her ribbon.
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