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Date: 1973 ca.
Description: A sketch of the Pierce Residence at 424 North Pinckney Street. The house is sometimes referred to by the surnames of its other owners: McDonnell, Garnhardt...
Description: Photographic holiday card from Governor and Mrs. Martin Schreiber and family, governor of Wisconsin 1977-1979. The front of the card is an image of the fam...
Description: Engraving of Fort Dearborn (center) and Kinzie Mansion (right) after Seth Eastman's original drawing in 1820 for the U. S. Army. Several people are visible...
Description: The Kendall house at 104 East Gilman Street, built by J.E. Kendall in 1885.
Description: Christmas card from the President and Mrs. Bush, titled: "The Family Tree, Upstairs at the White House". On the front is a painting of the Bush family tree...
Description: Keenan House at 28 East Gilman Street. The house was built in 1858 by Napoleon Bonaparte Van Slyke.
Description: An engraving of the Executive Residence, 130 East Gilman Street.
Description: Holiday card from President Kennedy and First Lady, Christmas. Front of card depicts the White House on a snowy day with a horse-drawn carriage making its...
Description: Illustration of the Van Slyke house at 510 North Carroll Street built by Napoleon Bonaparte Van Slyke in 1863.
Description: Holiday card from Warren P. Knowles, Governor of Wisconsin, 1965-1971. The front of the card has a color image of the Wisconsin governor's mansion glued o...
Date: date unknown
Description: Portrait engraving of Andrew Jackson with small inset of his home, The Hermitage, near Nashville, Tennessee.
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