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Description: View of the Italian gardens at Brookside, the luxurious estate of Mr. W.H. Walker. The gardens were designed by landscape architect, Ferruccia Vitale.
Description: Princess Cafe on the 400 block of State Street. The storefront advertises a quick and clean service, fresh coffee, 24 hour lunch. The Wisconsin State Capit...
Description: View down Main Street, lined with residences.
Description: Workers digging in a muddy trench near bridge no. 1, mine no. 2. Benham was a "company town" created by International Harvester for the workers of the Wisc...
Description: View within the coffer dam showing four steel draft tubes; wooden supports are visible inside one of the tubes.
Description: View of the East Main Street side of Capitol Park, one of four images making up a panorama of the southeast side of the Capitol Square, showing the Wiscons...
Description: Fort Sumter after bombardment by the Confederates.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A girl with a large bow in her hair stands beside a snowman in the front yard of the Hotz residence at 1072 Sheridan Road. The house has a large front porc...
Description: View from street of three people posing in front of the printing office and shop.
Description: A view of the Alexander Stewart Lumber Company, at 502 3rd Street. Several men are fishing off the bridge/dam over the river.
Description: Hults Capitol Garage, located at 1525 Regent Street and Jacobson Motors, 5001 Monroe Street. This image was taken before remodelling.
Description: The dome of the third Wisconsin State Capitol, which was constructed entirely of iron and glass, as it appeared in 1878. The dome was painted white which s...
Description: Effigy tomb of General Robert E. Lee (1807-1870), at Washington and Lee University.
Description: Photographic postcard of the Tip Top Dance Pavillion on Anderson Lake. The view from the lake shows several automobiles parked outside the pavillion. The s...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: View of the Chautauqua Grounds, founded in 1874. A log cottage stands on the left, and another wooden cottage can be seen on the right. Published by Laym...
Description: Photographic postcard of the Aniwa Mercantile Company building (1903), housing Block and Krom's Store. A horse-drawn cart is parked in front of the store a...
Date: 1948-02-28 ca.
Description: View up hill of cars driving in the flooded street of the downtown area. The downtown had also flooded in 1923 and 1937. The Pecatonica River rose rapidly...
Description: Grand Avenue (now Wisconsin Avenue). Statue is in center foreground with trees around it, as well as a road and church to the left and other buildings to t...
Description: Panoramic view from the south end of Lake Monona, looking north to the isthmus, with the 3rd Wisconsin State Capitol in the center, and St. Raphael's Cathe...
Description: View of the Reef Lighthouse.
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