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Description: The art conservator Anton Rajer uncovered evidence that the Wisconsin State Capitol was originally richly embellished. This is one of three examples of ori...
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison Home Economics Department Class. The women are using chemistry equipment and microscopes. On the blackboard is a formula fo...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: View taken from across railroad tracks of a children's park. Crowds of children and adults stand behind a fence along the park. Behind them, brick buildi...
Description: Vista over farmland from a small country cemetery.
Date: 1965 before
Description: Nighttime view of theater entrance. Doorway has a fabric overhang with the theatre name printed on each side. Posters for Robert Lewis and Tom Daily flan...
Date: 1922 after
Description: Air-Lec pneumatic automatic door opener with button and wire set up on a board. The manufacturing plant on N. Third Street began operation in 1922.
Date: 1913-03-29 ca.
Description: East Wisconsin Avenue commercial district looking west from V. Van Buren Street. Landmarks left to right: Federal Building, Northwestern National Insurance...
Description: Executive Residence, 130 East Gilman Street, which housed 17 governors before it was sold to the University of Wisconsin in 1950.
Date: 1966 before
Description: A predominantly African-American crowd walks away from the Madison County Courthouse. Shops and businesses are visible in the background.
Description: A view of Hotel Benton in Benton Harbor, Michigan, taken from across the street with automobiles parked along the curb. The photograph includes a street in...
Description: Letterhead of the Columbia Carriage Company of Milwaukee, specialist in buggies and importer of bicycles, with views of buggies and a bicycle, a brick back...
Description: View across street of the Sextonville General Store, a two-story brick building on a corner. A car is parked on the left, and two men are sitting in a hors...
Description: Exterior view of the Elkhorn Public Library and a larger, two-story, brick building, with a storefront on the first floor. The Elkhorn Public Library is th...
Description: Elevated view of a long row of heavy service tire building machines waiting to be installed in the Gillette Tire Plant.
Description: An intricate design carved into the side of the building at 102 N. Hamilton Street. The building was built for Montgomery Wards (1929-1942); occupied by US...
Description: Panoramic view of group of men, boys, and girls lined up along railroad tracks, posed sitting and standing on and near two trains. There is a brick buildin...
Description: Three men stand in front of the Madison County courthouse, facing away from the building. Two men hold a book together.
Description: The Haddys are famous in local dirt track racing. Their son, Tim, kneels in front of a sprint car.
Date: 1952-06-16 ca.
Description: Panoramic group portrait of the biennial convention of the American Nursing Association. The nurses are in an auditorium, sitting in groups by state.
Description: An elevated view of Mirror Lake from a deck truss bridge. On both sides of the lake are boathouses and tour boats. Steep cliffs lined with trees and plants...
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