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Description: A truck with sign advertising the movie, "Africa Speaks" is parked in front of the Kaybee Store, next to the Capitol Theatre, 209 State Street where the mo...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: The third Wisconsin Capitol (the second in Madison) as it appeared shortly after the construction was completed.
Description: Lloyd Phillips poses in the delivery truck for Kasdin's Fancy Groceries & Meats at 402 West Lakeside Street.
Date: 1954 ca.
Description: A Wisconsin Air National Guard F-89 Scorpion at Truax Field. Armaments for this fighter included two air-to-air rockets capable of being armed with nuclear...
Description: Every-House Appliance Co. trailer with sign that reads "Every house needs Westinghouse", 114 E. Main Street.
Description: Panoramic view of Capitol Square, seen from the West corner. Originally functioned as an oversized post card. Identifiable businesses include Haswell Furni...
Date: 1956 ca.
Description: Aerial view of the Sears-Roebuck department store on East Washington Avenue and its surrounding parking lots.
Description: Located at 1129 South Park Street, this station was built in 1964 by Clark Oil Company at an estimated cost of less than twelve thousand dollars.
Date: 1957 ca.
Description: Law Park along Lake Monona, after filling in the shoreline to construct a road and parking lot. This is the current site of the Monona Terrace.
Description: A Greyhound Cruiser is parked in the snow, waiting for parts at the Greyhound station on Brearly Street where Lewis Arms was employed. Arms called this one...
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Turner, Richland Center farmers, stand by the steps of a Northwest Orient airliner with their daughter, Mrs. Chester Hall. The Turners...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: A view looking west on West Doty Street toward the intersection with South Carroll Street. The Wisconsin State Journal Building, 115-123 South Carroll Str...
Description: A view of St. Raphael Cathedral's spire and the Wisconsin State Capitol dome from the drive along Brittingham Park.
Description: Five employees at the stockroom counter at Kayser Motors, Inc., at the 700 block of East Washington Avenue.
Description: Reri (Anne Chevalier), Tahitian star of the Fanchon and Marco "Tahiti" show at the Orpheum theater, painting an auto body at Nu-Enamel Paint store, 116 Nor...
Description: West Johnson Street at the intersection of North Henry Street.
Description: Richard Ela Company, 744 Williamson Street, selling industrial and welding equipment and supplies and Hanley Implement Company, 740 Williamson Street, sell...
Description: Two houses at 1112 and 1114 Regent Street, both of which lean to one side.
Description: A barn on the Quaker Oats farm on 4202 Monona Drive. A sign above the barn door reads: "Branch Warehouse of William Le[?] Warehouses, Public Bonded Warehou...
Description: Piper Brothers farm scene, 4718 Odana Road near Midvale.
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