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Description: Wisconsin Capital from the shores of Lake Mendota, with two steamboats crossing the lake.
Description: The Soap Box Derby held on East Washington Avenue leading from the Wisconsin State Capitol. Shown are two of the more than 100 racers crossing the finish l...
Description: Carl Federman, foreman of the Allen Wrecking Company, stands on the truck being loaded with debris from the razing of the Democrat Printing Company buildin...
Description: The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer "Trackless Train" parked in front of the Hotel Loraine on West Washington Avenue. The YMCA can be seen on the right. The "Trackless...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: A mill on the Yahara River at the outlet of Lake Mendota. The mill was built in 1850 by Governor Farwell.
Description: Joe Dottl standing in the Ideal Body Company on Park Street.
Description: Portrait of Robert P. Garvey, a bus driver for the Madison Bus Company, seated behind the steering wheel.
Date: 1958 ca.
Description: The Madison Bus Company, 166 Fair Oaks Avenue.
Description: Elevated view of the Freedom Train, on the tracks behind the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad station, 644 West Washington Avenue. The Freed...
Date: 1987 ca.
Description: Exterior view from street of the Black Bear Lounge and Taco Grande at 310 North Frances Street. There are three Pepsi logos on the sign.
Description: Dane County Telephone Co. horse-drawn service and installation wagon. The Wisconsin State Capitol is in the background. “Dad” Schroeder and Oscar Quale are...
Description: View looking east along Regent Street at the corner of Larkin Street. It is the site of the WIBA radio studio.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: This card which is postmarked 1912 shows the zinc statutes on the stone gateways near the sidewalk at Monona Avenue (now Martin Luther King Blvd). Original...
Description: A group of men with a horse-drawn vehicle stand outside of the Wisconsin Telephone Company Building, located at 16-18 S. Carroll Street.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: The First National Bank, on the corner of North Pinckney and East Washington on the Capitol Square. Horse-drawn carriages are on East Washington Avenue.
Date: 1946-08 ca.
Description: View of University Avenue, looking east. At this time, University Avenue was United States Highway 12.
Description: Oil painting of a double row of willow trees on University Bay Drive. A trail winds between them. Boulders line the shore of Lake Mendota on the left. A tu...
Description: Martha and Betsy Dapin, left, makes the first contribution on Capitol Square for the Roundy's Fun Fund. Standing nearby is Atty. James Geisler, chair of th...
Description: An exterior view of the Capital Hotel at 208 King Street.
Description: Western Union telegram from Congressman Donald Tewes to Madison's City council and Mayor Ivan Nestingen concerning Madison's petition for release from the...
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