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Description: Police and trainmen for the Northwestern Railroad removing the bodies of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Thompson (Alice) from their truck, which collided with a N...
Description: Myra Johnson, 323 West Mifflin Street, the newest member of the Visiting Nurse Service staff, with her bicycle which she uses to make her daily rounds. Ca...
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: Aerial view of Schenk's Corners where Atwood Avenue and Winnebago Street cross, looking north west toward East Washington Ave....
Description: A fleet of cars is lined up in front of City Car Company Cab Service located at 214 East Washington Avenue. Building on the left became Paradise Printing,...
Date: 1939-12 ca.
Description: Image from a scrapbook kept by Neighborhood House, with a view of the exterior of the settlement house at 768 West Washington Avenue decorated with garland...
Date: 1901 before
Description: View from across street towards the Kentzler Brothers Livery. Kentlzer was at 107-11 E. Doty Street. There is a wagon with a driver and four horses directl...
Description: Poster announcing "Festival Choir," a concert of music from America, conducted by David Crosby, at several venues in Madison and Monona, Wisconsin. Feature...
Description: The 600 block of Williamson Street ("Machinery Row") with the old Fauerbach Brewery in the background.
Description: August Carsten, a builder of one of the few roll-away model trains and villages in the country, is shown at the main control of the electric operated model...
Description: Kenosha Aerie Eagles Conventioneers marching in their 46th annual parade, on East Mifflin Street. Manchester's store, at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and...
Description: Children on bikes in Madison's Crestwood neighborhood July 4th parade. In the center is Peter W. Faber (1959-2007) wearing a Mexican cowboy costume, origi...
Description: Exterior view of Parkway Theater (formerly Fuller Opera House) 6 - 10 W. Mifflin Street with McVicar's automobile parked in front with sign on tire cover.
Description: Buildings on Pinckney Street, including the U.S. Hotel building and a carriage manufacturer. John S. Fuller's studio, "Fullers Temple of Art" was located i...
Description: Four Dane County Highway Police Ford squad cars with one officer standing next to the cars.
Description: This house was the Madison home of Robert M. La Follette, Sr., and Belle Case La Follette from the time of their marriage until they moved to the Governor'...
Description: Side view of Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Weights and Measures Division truck parked in a garage beside measuring device.
Description: R.H. and E.H. Carpenter Capitol Rock Wool insulation truck parked in front of 309 North Pinckney Street.
Description: View of Texaco service station, 1337 Regent Street at Randall Avenue, with towers of St. James Catholic Church in the background.
Date: date unknown
Description: View down tree-lined path on the University of Wisconsin grounds.
Description: Exterior view of the large Federal Building. Several pedestrians are visible, along with a horse-drawn vehicle. On the right is a Capitol Park Gateway.
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