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Date: 1900 ca.
Description: The Monroe Palmer Octagon house, built about 1852 at Neshonoc, Wisconsin, and moved to this site in 1890.
Description: Interior view of the Hudson Public Library. The library opened in 1904 and was funded by Andrew Carnegie with a gift of $12,000. In the room are reading ta...
Description: View down a commercial street lined with shops and parked cars. On the left is a storefront with signs for "Garage" and "Red Crown Gasoline" above the door...
Description: Ink drawing of a cabin in the woods. Cabin has one door and one window visible, as well as a stone chimney.
Description: Norman Ebron Band, members of American Federation of Musicians, segregated Local 587, play stand-up bass, coronet, clarinet and piano in front of a white a...
Date: date unknown
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.
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: First page of an album kept by Neighborhood House, with individual images of head resident Gay Braxton, second resident Mary Lee Griggs, and two exterior v...
Date: 1888 ca.
Description: View of shoreline along Picnic Point on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus showing the home of Professor William Daniels, head of the Chemistry Dep...
Description: View across river of York Iron Works. On the hill are the boardinghouse and dance hall. Just below the boardinghouse there appears to be a quarry.
Description: Man, woman, and cat on the porch of a frame home, with board sidewalk in foreground. This is probably Mr. and Mrs. Bartell Giroux. He was a tinsmith.
Description: Union High School, constructed in 1871. It later probably became a grade school. Men, perhaps workmen, are sitting in the second and third floor windows, a...
Description: Distant view of the rural town including houses, a church and surrounding wooded hills. Captions read "Bird's eye view" and "Tennant" [?].
Description: Elevated view of rows of cots in the Armory (Red Gym or Old Red) building at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dormitory installed in Men's Gym. A raise...
Description: Elevated view of school children running and playing on open school grounds. There is a schoolhouse in the background.
Description: Two men stand in a vast field of oats on the farm of Fred Ashbrenner in Siegler. A frame farmhouse, farm buildings, and trees are in the background.
Description: "On this evening we travel to American Legion, Bonau Whereatt, Post 69 in Mayville, WI. Carl "Bear" Bandle is the manager." Note the fish fry signboard.
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: The brick home of Judge Andrew Galbraith Miller at 174 Wisconsin Street. There are steps up to the front entrance, a fence, and a fire hydrant on the sidew...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: An antlered whitetail deer with a bell around it's neck, and a black American Water Spaniel, are sniffing nose-to-nose on the lawn outside of some cabins....
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: View down unpaved Main Street. A row of houses are on either side of the road, and there is a steep hill in the background.
Description: Elevated view of city and harbor.
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