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Date: 1907 ca.
Description: The Avenue Hotel, owned and managed by George P. Gifford.
Description: Flooded South Park Street underpass, with car stalled in three feet of water. A train is on the railroad bridge above. A young boy and girl wearing bathing...
Description: Bird's-eye view town. There are barns, homes, a church's steeple and a lumberyard.
Date: 1904 before
Description: Wisconsin's Third Capitol building seen from across the road, with fountain near a gate, which has sculptures on top of the columns. The grounds are surrou...
Description: The parking lot of a Piggly Wiggly grocery store (3557 E. Washington) looking northeast toward the corner of East Washington Avenue and Highway 51. Other...
Description: Tree-lined State Street from Bascom Hill on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Traffic on State Street includes a well-dressed gentlemen on horseb...
Description: The kitchen in the Westye F. Bakke home at 4818 Odana Road (now 4817 Sherwood Road) showing the breakfast nook of the spacious kitchen which features a lar...
Description: Exterior of the three-story Marshall high school.
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: View of Memorial Fountain at Vilas Park. The lower two statues are of children and the center fountain is of a mother and child.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: The fourth Wisconsin State Capitol during construction of the dome.
Description: The Japanese-style building that houses Nicolet Electronics at 5225 Verona Road.
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: City Hall, located at 2 W. MIfflin Street, was built from 1856-1858. The architect was August Kutzbock.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View across Bascom Hill of east side of North Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Pedestrians are walking along the sidewalk, and in the fa...
Date: date unknown
Description: Color postcard showing the Capitol Park and the replica of Centennial fountain installed in the park in 1878. The green paint is a change made in 1898.
Description: Luanne Unbehaun of Richland Center is crowned Madison Soap Box Derby Princess by beauty queen Jackie Stafford. Looking on at right is Lee Baron of Baron's...
Description: Gilmore-Weiss home, located at 120 Ely Place. The house also known as the "airplane house" was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Description: The Fourth of July "living flag" created by costumed dancers from the Kehl Dance Studio, a school founded in Madison by Frederick W. Kehl in 1898. The Capi...
Description: Side view of a Bjerk's Grocery wagon parked on a snowy street in front of the shop, which was located at 1 N. Blair Street (at E. Washington Avenue).
Description: Madison Soap Box Derby Parade with the VFW Color Guard. Kroger Super Market and Uptown Liquor Store, located on the 100 block of East Washington Avenue, ar...
Description: Exterior view of G.A.R. (Grand Army of the Republic) Memorial Hall at 118 Monona Avenue (Martin Luther King Boulevard). The building was three windows wide...
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