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Description: Brewington Typewriter Company, 533 State Street, window display featuring Royal typewriters and an adding machine. The name was later changed to Stemp Type...
Description: Aerial view of the Wisconsin State Capitol and Lake Monona.
Description: Article entitled "Several Indian Families Now Encamped at Frost's Woods, Ancient Camp Site" about Winnebago (Ho-Chunk) Indians camping on the shores of Lak...
Description: View of 500 and 600 blocks of University Avenue at night, looking west from West Gilman Street.
Description: Side view looking down snowy sidewalk of the Quonset hut building housing the Salvador Franco Shoe Repair business at 1213 Regent Street in the Greenbush n...
Description: East Washington Avenue near Union Corners when first reopened after widening in 1955. Several vehicles are visible on the road.
Description: A streetcar was knocked off the tracks in an accident with an automobile at the corner of Mills and Drake Streets.
Description: Brewington Typewriter Company, 533 State Street, window display featuring Royal Typewriters. The name was later changed to Stemp Typewriter Company.
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Fauerbach Brewery.
Date: date unknown
Description: Mrs. Alvira Bergor walking on the Capitol Square with her daughter Monona in a baby carriage.
Date: 1957 ca.
Description: Aerial view of the north corner of Capitol Square looking toward Lake Mendota. The Belmont Hotel is featured prominently.
Date: 1901 ca.
Description: Fuller & Johnson Manufacturing letterhead. Fuller & Johnson was run by John A. Johnson and was one of Madison's largest employers.
Description: A woman, Grace, digs in the sand as she kneels in a sand pit near the intersection of Fish Hatchery Road and Park Street. A note on the back of the photogr...
Description: Newspaper clipping including headline, photograph of six Winnebago (Ho Chunk) Indians, and a caption indicating that the men pictured would be attending a...
Description: 4 Dane County motor police officers shown with four Harley Davidson motorcycles and two other men taken in front of Madison Battery and Tire, 250 State Str...
Description: A white building, with three windows on the one side, and two flanking the entrance. A chimney is at the back.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Aerial view of the town and the surrounding countryside.
Description: Several men, some of whom may be railroad workers, posed in front of a Minnesota and St. Paul wood-burning engine at a train crossing. The town post offic...
Description: View through trees from across a tree-lined Langdon Street of the YMCA. Part of the Armory (Red Gym or Old Red) is also visible on the right.
Description: Soap Box Derby winner Roddy Botts receives the Champion Chevrolet trophy from Ralph Hult, right, president of Hult's Capital Garage, during Madison's 12th...
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