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Description: View up street towards 228 Langdon Street, which was built in 1871 for attorney J.M. Flower. From 1875-1899 it served as the residence of distinguished Uni...
Description: View from path of a footbridge over the lagoon in Tenney Park. A man is walking along the path on the right. Trees are along the shoreline.
Description: Four indigenous women pose in front of a store on Tutuila in American Samoa. They are all wearing dresses. A woman and children can be seen in the backgrou...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Concrete columns and steel I-beams used in the construction of the Herbert F. Johnson Residence, "Wingspread," designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The residenc...
Description: View from a distance of the framework of a large building under construction next to a house in Corliss.
Description: The living room of the Arthur Vinje home at 2800 Mason Street with the family Christmas tree and other holiday decorations.
Description: View across street of a large group of people, mostly African American men and women, crossing a road from a path in a grassy area with trees. Some of the...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Unidentified office interior, with members of the male staff. In the foreground on the left is an open safe. The inside of the door reads: "Hall's Patent."
Description: The Charles N. Brown residence, 271 Langdon Street, erected in 1886 and demolished in 1929. Brown was an attorney who served as court commissioner, and wa...
Description: Ambrotype of the Wade House, a carriage inn located in Greenbush, also showing a section of the original plank road in the foreground.
Description: Side view through trees of Wisconsin High School.
Description: View from shoreline of a dam constructed of concrete and wood. On the other shoreline are houses and other wood outbuildings.
Description: Pierce home, also called the Garnhardt home. Located at 424 North Pinckney Street. The house was built about 1857.
Description: Everybody who lived should get a gold watchfor enduranceand a chain for hanging
Description: Home garden in a residential neighborhood. Landscaping includes iris and peonies in borders along a driveway, and an arched trellis near the backyard. Orig...
Description: Relief shown by hachures. "Lith. of Ed. Mendel, Chicago." Shows townships and sections, rivers, roads, railroads, houses, flour mills, saw mills, furnaces...
Description: Carlene, Corey, and Laura, pose with a group of customers at the lunch counter in a Rennebohm's Drug Store restaurant. Part of the restaurant and store is...
Description: A snow-covered street with several horses standing at the curb. Groups of people pose on the porches of the hotel and the post office.
Description: Exterior view of German Romanesque revival brick house built in 1857 with a Second Empire-style mansard roof added in 1870, 28 East Gilman Street in the Ma...
Description: Portrait of the Alex Krueger family posed in yard. From left to right: Jennie, Alex, Edgar, and Florentina Krueger. There is a fence and a windmill in the...
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