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Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Poem and drawing of the Walker Castle, entitled "The Deserted Castle."
done by Isabella Dengel, b.1879-d.1901
Description: Drawing of the general design development by the Architectural Commission with Horse Barn, Linden Drive, Gymnasium, and Men's Dormitory on the University o...
Description: Drawing of the proposed design for the Law Park garage.
Description: Costume sketch of a dark blue, plumed headress and jewelry created for Jess Royce Landis in "To Catch a Thief".
Description: Footing plan for the Mac Wilkie house drawn by the architect William Kaeser. The house was planned for the Sunset Village neighborhood.
Description: Blueprint for a restored grist mill at Walnut Grove, the McCormick farm in Virginia. The text at bottom right reads, "Grist Mill for Mr. Harold F. McCormic...
Description: Costume sketch of a pink nightgown with matching long sleeved robe created for Jessie Royce Landis in "To Catch a Thief".
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Hand-colored drawing for an oval brooch featuring three round, dark grey cabochons, in an intricate setting featuring multiple black and coral colored ston...
Description: Interior perspective drawing of the living room of Robert and Rhoda Silver designed by John Randal McDonald.
Description: Drawing of a Madison to Prairie du Chien stage coach in 1848. The coach is driven by two men and drawn by four horses as it passes a farm field separated f...
Description: Interior perspective of the living room of the Robert W. Liske house designed and drawn by architect John Randal McDonald. The home was named "Sunny Crest"...
Description: Floor plan for the second floor library and offices of the State Historical Society building designed by architects Ferry & Clas and constructed in 1900. F...
Description: Costume sketch of a gold, masquerade ball gown created for Grace Kelly in "To Catch a Thief".
Description: Pencil drawing of a house at 421 Cass Street. The main entrance is on a long porch with columns, under a balcony. There is a side entrance on the left.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: An original ink drawing of William Donahey's "Teenie Weenies." The colorful drawing features several Teenie Weenies. Turk, the Sailor and others pull a pie...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Cornish Pendarvis house on Shake Rag Street.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A drawing of a design for a buckle shaped brooch featuring blue square cut stones. The two halves of the design represent options III and IV to be offered...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Hand-colored drawing, on card, of a design for a diamond and platinum ring with the specifications for eight diamonds. The design was for Mrs. R.M. Weyerha...
Description: Merrill Hall; North elevation. Architectural plans with scale.
Description: Black and white drawing of two elevations for the Mac Wilkie house drawn by the architect William Kaeser. The house was planned for the Sunset Village neig...
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