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Description: A view of the temple, a large stone building. Other structures and row houses are visible on both sides. Many windows have stained glass, but there are m...
Date: 1851 after
Description: Smith Hall at Ripon College features a three-story porch, supported by columns, shelters the entrance, and brackets add decoration to the roof. Vines grow...
Description: View of front of the public school, a two-story brick building with a cupola and flagpole over the bell. A cornfield and bluff are in the background.
Description: Bird’s-eye view map. Top of map reads: "To Show You the Campus ... and Gatewood's Book Store ... Further Instructions ... You Will Need No More". Bottom le...
Description: Madison Theatre marquee. Lombard - Foster in "Love Before Breakfast", also "Two In Revolt" on the marquee.
Description: Clifford Thompson, the second tallest man in the world, being sworn into the Wisconsin state bar at the Wisconsin State Capitol by Justice Elmer E. Barlow....
Date: 2009 ca.
Description: Close-up of the original pin rail fly system backstage at the Al. Ringling Theatre.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two rundown farm buildings in a state of disrepair.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Stereo view looking south from the post office at the corner of Mifflin Street and Wisconsin Avenue across one corner of the Capitol Square toward Grace Ep...
Description: View of a residential town street featuring a post office, general store, and gas pump.
Description: Exterior of River Pine Sanitarium, which opened in 1906. The sidewalk leads from a dirt road to a set of stairs. Copyright by Taylor's Drugs.
Description: Exterior view of the entrance to the State Office Building at 1 West Wilson Street with decorative columns and carving.
Date: 1935 before
Description: Selma Eismoe, the teacher at Farmer's Grove School, poses with her mother, Mrs. H.O. Eidsmoe. Mrs. Eidsmoe stands on concrete porch steps. A curtain blows...
Description: Exterior of Dixon Hotel, featuring an overhang supported by groups of Ionic columns. Pedestrians walk along the sidewalk around the hotel. Signs around t...
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: Brownline proof print of artwork created for a perspective drawing for an apartment house. Frank Lloyd Wright outlined his vision of affordable housing. He...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Bird's-eye view looking east, with Washburn Harbor at center and Chequamegon Bay in Lake Superior covering most of the upper image. Streets with buildings...
Description: A crowd of pedestrians, trucks, and cyclists on a road waiting to go through an arch in a damaged building amid the post-Tet destruction in Hue.
Description: John Kasmiski lives at W1763 Zion Church Rd (Section 29). He has lived here for 3 years. Cows were last milked here in March 1972.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: After his success with the State Street and Pinckney Street car dealerships, Louis Schoelkopf built a new building at 210 E. Washington Avenue. The constru...
Description: View across railroad tracks and road of the front of the Hotel May. The hotel has a wrap-around porch and balcony. Men in suits are relaxing in chairs on t...
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