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Description: The Marine Corps Reserve built platforms on their jeeps to move the soap box cars back up the East Washington Avenue hill. They are shown loading the Porta...
Description: Portrait of Industrial Commission employees on the steps of the Wisconsin State Capitol building.
Description: Portrait of three unidentified men who are softball pitchers.
Description: Murphy's Creek (now Wingra Creek) entrance to Lake Monona, the site where 2-year-old's Toni Dussling and Haskell Furumos drowned.
Description: Page from an album kept by Neighborhood House, with images of infants and young children being cared for at the settlement house, including a group outside...
Description: The Soap Box Derby held on East Washington Avenue leading from the Wisconsin State Capitol. Shown are two racers coming down the hill with the crowd along...
Description: View down slope across open fields over a barbed wire fence towards the horizon. The field is uncut in the foreground, obscuring an abandoned farm implemen...
Description: Six circular images on a glass plate negative from the Stirn Concealed Vest Camera. Young men and women are posing in boats near a shoreline. Two images ar...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A Lake Mendota boathouse, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built at the foot of North Carroll Street in 1893.
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: Exterior of the Wisconsin State Capitol, which is the fourth capitol built in 1906-1917, featuring outdoor stairway.
Description: Lewis Arms, who is wearing his Marine Corps uniform, poses outdoors with his sister Nedra.
Description: View from pier of John "Commodore" Heggestad of Department 40 of Gisholt proudly standing on the pontoon of the "Monona-Mobile" (pontoon boat) on which his...
Description: Men working on construction of dormitories on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Construction works are on top of a partially constructed frame an...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A view of the Chicago and Northwestern Railway depot and tracks.
Date: date unknown
Description: Elevated view from hill of rural landscape.
Description: Wolff-Kubly & Hirsig Record Shop, 105 West Mifflin Street, display window featuring Joet Robinson, MGM starlet, and her phonograph records, as well as adve...
Description: A winter scene of the Capitol Square during the year's record snowstorm. Pictured are Mrs. Francis (Mayme) Harrison, 304 West Main Street, with her two ch...
Description: Nedra Arms, seated on the grass at Brittingham Park.
Description: Youngsters from the Lakewood and Waunakee grade schools shown with the "Train of Tomorrow" at the North Western depot. The train was built for General Moto...
Description: The moving of the Gates of Heaven Synagogue building from West Washington Avenue to James Madison Park.
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