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Description: Sears Roebuck department store interior.
Description: Photographic postcard of Main Street. Buildings and trees line the street. Horse-drawn vehicles and pedestrians are on the street and the sidewalks. Text b...
Date: 1914-11-09 ca.
Description: Northeast corner of N. 35th Street and W. North Avenue, showing Baldauf Drug Company. There is a horse-drawn vehicle parked on the side of the street in fr...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Captain William Hogbin stands on the steps of his tailor shop at 414 West Gilman Street. Captain Hogbin was born in England and trained as a tailor there....
Description: Sidewalk sale in front of Deutschkron family's store, Martin's, 427 State Street.
Description: View from across street of the storefront of Hanson & Offerdahl Men's Wear store, 1961 Winnebago Street, Madison's newest men's shop, taken on the occasion...
Date: 1971-04-03 ca.
Description: Poster advertising the local retail store "Outrageous Ties." Features a black and yellow patterned tie. J. Wesley Miller note on the back of the poster rea...
Description: Elevated view of the south side 200 block of State Street. A large sign announces the coming of a new Montgomery Ward's store on the site. Stores shown inc...
Description: Clark's "Clothes for Men" clothing store, 126 State Street. Included in the view are Harry Blum's jewelry store, 128 State Street, and C.W. Anderson jewele...
Description: Front of S.S. Kresge variety store, 25 E. Main Street, Everett Shops Men's Clothing, 29 E. Main Street, and second floor and third floor businesses.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Interior of mercantile store with staff behind counters.
Description: Mrs. Charles Carthright of Oregon was named the winner of "Parade Magazine's" election year contest to name the Republican elephant. Her winning entry was...
Date: 1892 ca.
Description: The Lappin block, Ed. Carpenter, proprietor. Businesses on this block include: Bort, Baily & Co., Dry Goods and Carpets; A.F. Hall & Co., "The Reliable Jew...
Description: View down street towards the a central business district. There is a T intersection at the end of the main street. Storefronts with awnings line both sides...
Description: View of an article on Theresa's "best kept secret," Custom Accessories, a manufacturer of garters for the wedding industry.
Description: Catalog cover featuring an illustration of a young man and an older woman in a clothing shop. The woman is pointing at the young man, and the sales clerk s...
Description: An International truck used by the Tams Music Library parks outside a large brick building with an arched entrance. Above the entrance is the address, "305...
Date: date unknown
Description: A view looking down Canal Street, featuring cars, pedestrians, trolleys, and a variety of storefronts.
Description: Street view in the S. Sixth Street neighborhood of Walker's Point. The storefronts include the H.J. Heinz Co.; H. Mullen, a clothing and shoe store; J. Ger...
Description: Miss Helen King models a new rubber bathing costume with beach ball. This was the current fashion of the day and was made by U.S. Rubber Co.
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