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Description: Two men and three women sitting down to a meal, possibly Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Hull on the left, and Mr. and Mrs. George Hull on the right, father and son.
Date: 1931 ca.
Description: The Melchoir House was a popular hostelry and brewery operated by Jacob Melchoir. It later became an Indian boarding house.
Description: Charles J. Van Schaick and his family at the dinner table. He had three sons; Shirley, born 1885, Roy, born 1887, and Harold, born 1889. Both husband and w...
Description: Father James Groppi leading a fair housing march.
Description: Supreme Court Justice Fowler at a meeting of Women's Club representatives and other citizens in relation to the proposed purchase of the Agency house.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the rectory of a Roman Catholic church, the residence of Father Philip Gordon.
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: Black and red halftone print of a perspective floor plan for Model Home J900. Frank Lloyd Wright outlined his vision of affordable housing. He asserted tha...
Description: City Manager Leonard G. Howell turns the first shovelful of dirt for the first of eleven houses to be built by Madison builders under the Good American Hom...
Date: date unknown
Description: An elevated view of the town of Clayton, Iowa, which is nestled in a valley. The Mississippi River can be seen nearby. Text on photograph reads: "Made expr...
Description: A seated Navajo woman weaves a blanket near two young children.
Description: Print of the artwork for a perspective drawing of an American System-Built House. Frank Lloyd Wright outlined his vision of affordable housing. He asserted...
Description: Woman putting on a hat in front of a dressing table mirror.
Description: Residence of J.L. Jellison. View of home and yard. Text on photograph reads: "Publ. by Hibbs & Harmon." and "Residence of J.L. Jellison. Holden, Mo."
Description: Two white women and three white men pose as Native Americans in a home with numerous artifacts including several taxidermy specimens.
Wisconsin Historical Museum Object – Feature Story
Description: View of Pueblo Indian living quarters.
Description: William F. Vilas house, 12 East Gilman Street.
Description: Dr. William H. Brisbane house, also known as the Thudium house. It was built between 1868 and 1869 from locally quarried stone for Dr. Brisbane, a physici...
Date: 1877 ca.
Description: This building, on an entire block of Spaight and Brearly Streets with Lake Monona, was originally the governor's mansion for Leonard J. Farwell. The Farwel...
Description: View of the first of the thousands of people who toured the 18 new homes erected by 15 builders at Nakoma Road and the West Beltline. The Parade of Homes w...
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