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Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Dr. Edward A. Bass, photographer, seated in pile of hay holding his son, Cary. Seated in front of him are his wife, Ada, and daughter, Everetta. Horse iden...
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: The John MacDonald Tavern, built about 1852 about 2 miles west of Delafield, also known as the half-way house between Milwaukee and Madison.
Description: The Madison Business and Professional Women's club celebrates National Business Women's Week by honoring some of its members. Pictured is Ms. Maria Syllm,...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: 609 North Lake Street, built in 1896 for J. Morgan Clements. From 1904-1909 it served as the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house. The Alpha Sigma Phi frater...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Stereograph; view of the earlier City Hall building, on Market Square at the corner of E. Water Street and Oneida Street. Several signs are in the image, i...
Description: Remains of the racetrack on the top of Blue Mound.
Description: Wisconsin Historical Society employees Dawn Young and Ray Lamb staff the museum's historical drugstore exhibit.
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: The FulWeiler house was built before the Civil War and owned by Henry FulWeiler. During the time of an Indian scare around 1862, settlers had planned to fo...
Description: Funds received from the sale of Easter seals each spring provide the taxi service necessary to tranport the handicapped members of the Happy Hours club to...
Description: Jack Wick listens to a radio at his home after recovering from tuberculosis.
Description: "Air Circus" (Fox 1928) is the story of two flight school cadets (only David Rollins is pictured) and an accomplished aviatrix, Sue Carol, who can fly ring...
Description: August F. Klitzman, elevator operator at the Dane County Courthouse, at the controls in the elevator.
Description: A man picks ears of corn and tosses them into a horse-drawn McCormick-Deering farm wagon on a very windy day.
Description: Group portrait of 3-F Laundry boys' baseball team, with 12 boys in uniform and 2 men dressed in suits, in front of the 3-F Laundry plant, 731-747 East Dayt...
Description: A woman wearing an apron uses a counter-mounted can opener.
Date: date unknown
Description: A portrait of an African American woman, "Aunt Nancy," standing with her hands on her waist and holding a basket.
Description: Alonzo Pond and colleague, M. Debruge, pose for a photograph at Mechta. M. Debruge has a cigarette in a holder in his hand, and both men wear coats, hats,...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of Robert M. La Follette, Sr., about the time he founded "La Follette's Magazine."
Description: Trees in the valley against the sun, below Stewart Park.
Description: Governor Julius P. Heil (1876-1949) speaks to Shawano High School students and others during his gubernatorial re-election campaign. He arrived during the...
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