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Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Benjamin Walker Castle in the 900 block of East Gorham Street on the shore of Lake Mendota, built by Englishman Benjamin Walker in 1862-1863.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: The Bradt Store, later destroyed by fire.
Description: Formerly a receiving vault, this storage building at Forest Hill Cemetery features cathedral Gothic design elements.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of exterior of Trailer Truck and Body Co. repair services. Four men are posed in front of garage. One man is wearing a suit, the others wear work clot...
Description: Green Bay Packers Running Back Kenneth Davis (#36) in the middle of a play against the Washington Redskins in a preseason game that took place at Camp Rand...
Description: Looking east along Regent Street with snow on the ground. Visible are Lake Wingra, Monona Bay, railroad causeway across Monona, Lake Mendota, Hoyt Park, We...
Description: Elevated view from hill looking down at a river and reservoir. A railroad train is moving along railroad tracks on the opposite side of the river. Houses a...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Children standing on barrels in front of Droster Grocery and Filling Station at 1438 Sherman Avenue, run by Red Whitney. The children are Whitney's nieces...
Description: Detail of woodwork in the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: Aerial view of Stoughton.
Description: Illustration of the new museum building, also known as "Bruen's Block," on the corner of East Washington Avenue and South Pinckney Street. Named for W.D. B...
Description: Sid's lantern sculpture with a Buddha sculpture inside is surrounded by trees and plants. The sculpture is called "Three-Tiered Tower." The Madison-Kipp fa...
Description: Stereograph view of the East Wing of the 2nd Wisconsin State Capitol built in Madison, also showing the pathway to the door then considered to be the front...
Description: Tot Lot, a play area for small children created from a vacant lot, funded by the Federal Urban Renewal Authority.
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: View from road of large stacks of boxes containing food and clothing on the lawn of Congregation Adas Jeshurun temple at the corner of Mound and Murray Str...
Description: Cars park in the Pyramid Motor Company used car lot at 721 University Avenue. The Standard Oil Company service station sign can be seen in the background...
Description: View from street of new Rennebohm Drug Store #1 at 1357 University Avenue at the corner of Randall Avenue, shortly after its construction.
Date: 1894 ca.
Description: Pinckney Street, looking north.
Date: 1924 ca.
Description: Two women standing on path in front of the Garver Feed Mill, which was originally a sugar beet processing factory.
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