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Description: Buildings on Pinckney Street, including the U.S. Hotel building and a carriage manufacturer. John S. Fuller's studio, "Fullers Temple of Art" was located i...
Description: Elevated view of people gathered on Pinckney Street, possibly waiting for a parade. In the distance another group of people, some of whom are carrying a ba...
Description: 1898 Oldsmobile decorated with advertising for "Mickey and Minnie Mouse in Person" at RKO Orpheum theater in front of Weber's Restaurant, 218 State Street....
Description: Cyanotype view of the west facade across Bascom Hill of University of Wisconsin-Madison Science Hall.
Description: View down Pinckney street looking northwest toward East Wilson and Lake Mendota. The Bruen's or Brown's Block and the American Hotel are on the right.
Description: Composite photograph of the Wisconsin Senate around a photograph of the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: A tractor class in session in front of Agriculture Hall.
Description: A general view of the "War museum," originally in the Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.), Civil War Memorial hall, on the top floor of the Wisconsin State...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: View of the only known view of the first floor Rotunda of the third Wisconsin State Capitol, a remarkable stereograph by Dane County photographer Andreas L...
Description: Streetcar advertising the Marx Brothers in "Animal Crackers" at the RKO Capitol Theatre.
Description: Arlene Noyes, chairman of the old Rectory estate sales and services committee of Grace Episcopal Church and the Rev. Paul Hoornstra, rector of the church,...
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: 120 Langdon Street, built in 1874 for Madison book and stationery dealer James E. Mosely (1836-1913), and his wife, Flora. In 1920 his family sold the ho...
Description: Elevated view of the second block of East Main Street showing the intersection of East Main and Webster streets. Businesses include the Argus Office and th...
Description: Composite photograph of the Wisconsin Assembly, including an image of the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: Text with the photograph reads: "Paul Vanderbilt, curator of the photographic collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, at the opening of t...
Description: Lithograph of the Wisconsin State Capitol, surrounded by portraits of Wisconsin Statesmen. Governor Bashford hired the Madison architectural firm Kutzbock...
Description: Mapleside, a historic home on University Avenue, being demolished. It is the future location of Burger King.
Description: One of the stairwells on the outside of the Wisconsin State Capitol building, leading to the center of the building.
Date: date unknown
Description: Construction work, probably on East Washington Avenue. The Wisconsin State Capitol is in the far distance. A farmhouse is on the right. A pickax is in the...
Description: Diners wait in a long line on Mother's Day to get into Piper's Garden Cafeteria, 120 East Mifflin Street.
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