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Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Leon Lamoreux sits at his desk in the Western Union office at 21 West Main Street. (This building no longer exists.) He and his wife, Beatrice, later taugh...
Description: John J. Suhr residence at 121 Langdon Street, designed by City Engineer and architect Captain John Nadar. Built in 1886 for immigrant John J. Suhr, Sr. (18...
Description: Burnt timbers in the upper level of the Bradley House after the fire of March 17.
Description: A chart showing distribution of 1,148 substandard dwelling units found in the survey area, by basic type of fault, as part of the Madison Housing Authority...
Description: View looking southeast from the State Historical Society of Wisconsin toward the University Club, the Pres House, and dormitories in the far background.
Description: Lake Mendota Drive.
Date: date unknown
Description: Painting, in the Wisconsin State Capitol, of "The Signing of the Magna Carta", one of four mural paintings by Albert Herter on the north wall of the Suprem...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Exterior view looking west at the front of the Oscar Mayer meat processing plant with a sign on the building which reads "Meat serves everybody".
Description: Six-sided red lantern set on rocks in Sid's backyard. The Madison-Kipp factory is in the background.
Description: Millard's Tavern, 504 East Wilson Street with Fauerbach CB beer sign and "Bobby Hodges radio & TV star, Every Friday Night". Also shows Marty's Sandwich S...
Description: View along the Catfish River, with shrubs and grasses covering the riverbank. On the far left are electrical poles along a dirt road bordering a field that...
Description: Ruins of the Barber's Closet in the Hotel Washington. Water shooting from firetruck hoses is visible in the upper left of the image, as the fire that destr...
Description: Elevated view of Wisconsin Foundry and Machine Co. road construction equipment, featuring a new portable rock crushing plant, being displayed at the Wiscon...
Description: Interior of the Winfield Martin house, 2906 Lakeland Avenue (earlier address, 611 Elmside Boulevard), showing a corner of the living room with a piano. Bui...
Description: A page from the Webb family album, compiled and captioned by Andrew Webb Jr., son of Caroline Webb, with two images of friends, an image of the corner groc...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: View of the Wesley Foundation of Wisconsin. E.W Blakeman, University Pastor and Childs and Smith Architects of Chicago, Illinois.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A building site with "O'Dea and Shafer, Engineers and Contractors" construction crew, crane and other equipment. On the photograph album binding on the lef...
Description: Crowd of men and women walking on the sidewalk along a row of booths selling farm produce.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Dr. and Mrs. Philip R. and Katherine B. Fox residence at 28 West Wilson Street, corner of South Carroll Street. The house was constructed of Milwaukee bric...
Description: View across Williamson Street towards a woman standing in the open doorway of a shop with a sign that reads: "Crazy Mary's Leatherie." The building is on a...
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