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Description: Madison streets, new pavement, viewed on Myrtle Street, looking west toward Oscar Mayer plant.
Description: Group portrait of 27 young men taken for University of Wisconsin Professor John A. James.
Date: 1952 ca.
Description: Frank Hess Sr., owner of Hess Cooperage, finishing the exterior of a barrel on a cooper's lathe.
Description: Group portrait of University of Wisconsin Big Nine basketball championship team, at the train depot, before departing for New York for the NCAA tournament....
Description: Portrait of Margaret (Mrs. Frank) Lewis sitting in a chair and Richard "Dickie" Lewis, a 3-year-old, standing beside the chair with floor model radio in th...
Description: Some of the members of the Madison Democratic Women who are making plans for their conference and spring tea. Seated, left to right, are Mrs. E. William Pr...
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: Wisconsin State Hospital for the Insane designed by Stephen V. Shipman
(Mendota Mental Health Institute).
Description: Detail of the 1903 group portrait of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, showing Justice Robert G. Siebecker, then the least senior member of the court. Siebecker...
Description: Religious details on an Edgewood College building including cherubs, crosses, and actual rosaries embedded in the design.
Description: Three men move a Capital Times linotype machine into the new addition to the Wisconsin State Journal building, 115 South Carroll Street. The combined stru...
Description: A crowd lines Main Street in Stoughton to watch the annual Syttende Mai parade. The Norse Chalet Coffee and Pastry Shop is in the background.
Description: Two new apartment buildings recently completed by builder Neal H. Stoddard, in the 2900 block of Monroe Street. The laying of sod and other landscaping was...
Description: Ornamental ironwork based in a planter holds up the corner of a roof overhang at one of the houses of the Parade of Homes.
Description: Hanks II Building, designed by Frank Riley in 1928-29, showing a French influence with paneled parapet ornamented with swags and rows of dentils (small, re...
Description: Exterior of house at 114 North Henry Street which displays a window with Roman and a Renaissance influence in the tracery.
Description: The only known visual documentation of the Senate Chamber in the third Wisconsin Capitol. It was probably more colorful than it appears here. In 1869 a rep...
Description: Portrait of Philip Plath. Plath sold his business property, Plath Motor Sales at 1033 East Washington Avenue, to Gillespie-Blumer Motors, Inc., and joined...
Date: 1904 ca.
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agriculture. A multi-storied building with an elevated ramp on the right, stables to the back left, and a large...
Description: View from field of farm buildings of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Beyond a partially snow-covered field are several barns, and a large home to the...
Description: Man with bushy moustache stands next to a 1908 Ford Touring Car in a farm yard.
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