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Description: Texas Company U.S.A. (Texaco) office building and storage tanks bulk plant, 919 E. Main Street.
Description: Group portrait of students, University of Wisconsin-Madison Library School, 811 State Street.
Description: View of the Wisconsin State Capitol across Lake Monona from Olin Park.
Description: NCAA National Championship Boxing Tournament bout at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House.
Description: Father James Groppi with his fist in the air at the Wisconsin State Capitol during welfare demonstrations. He is surrounded by other protesters.
Description: The gilded bronze statue "Wisconsin", by Daniel Chester French, on top of the dome of the fourth Wisconsin State Capitol building.
Description: Exterior view of the Wisconsin State Capitol building.
Description: Office of the Governor in the Wisconsin State Capitol, with ornamented bronze cuspidor (spittoon).
Description: Exterior view of St. Norberts Society along with four clergy portraits.
Description: A stubborn fire smoldered in the walls of the Kindschi Leather Company, 120 South Pinckney Street. The 80-year-old building, known as the Burrows building,...
Description: Tavern in a state of deterioration, with rubble in front. The tavern is partly obscured by an oak tree, and a white house stands behind the tavern.
Description: Portrait of Police Officer Earl V. Bonner, the shortest man on the Madison police force, who joined in 1928, and Romain W. York Jr., the tallest man on the...
Date: date unknown
Description: Exterior view of Catholic Church. The building features a tall steeple, a clock tower, arched, stained-grass windows, and double doors.
Description: Exterior view of 212-218 North Bassett Street, Hyland-Hall & Company (plumbing, heating and sheet metal contractors) and Evans, Reuschlien & Co., electrica...
Date: 1964-05-30 ca.
Description: Landscape view from field of a rolling countryside. A small cheese factory resides on a slope, with a tree, a windmill, two cars and a tractor near an outb...
Description: People are sitting or walking on the steps which curve along the shoreline at Memorial Union Terrace on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The Alu...
Description: The J.C. Hawley house, also known as the Evergreens, which stood on a site at Badger Road that later became a highway interchange.
Description: Governor Philip La Follette signing Wisconsin's pioneer unemployment compensation law. From left to right are Henry Ohl, Elizabeth Brandeis, Paul A. Raushe...
Description: Workmen demolishing the North Wing of the third Wisconsin State Capitol. Because the North Wing escaped damage during the fire in 1904, the North Wing cont...
Description: Model of the new Engineering Building at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Designed by the State Bureau of Architecture.
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