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Date: 1935 ca.
Description: The Wisconsin River looking downstream. The Wisconsin River end of the canal may be seen at the left.
Description: Warehouse in Milwaukee's historic Third Ward transformed for its appearance in a made-for-TV movie as the Biograph Theatre in Chicago, where John Dillinger...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View down Main Street, a dirt road with horses and buggies and a wooden walkway. There is a brick building in the left foreground, with houses further down...
Description: This was the first bridge built across the Wisconsin River, constructed about 1850, although it was not opened to traffic until 1852. It was torn down in 1...
Description: View of the Wisconsin Building at 102 State Street and Carroll Street, built around 1901. The majority of the building was then occupied by Collyer's Drugs...
Description: This maps shows what may be Ho Chunk Native American burial mounds. Also noted on the map is the Fox River, the Doty homestead, stockade embankment, the We...
Description: James Robinson and E. Newton of the Professional Pharmacy prepare to load a Linde oxygen tank for home delivery.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: This map has relief shown by hachures and shows local streets, wards, districts, railroads, Fox River, and part of Bay of Green Bay. Wards are shown in dar...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Colorized postcard view down the unpaved street, with the city hall building on the corner on the right.
Description: Shortly after their wedding at Saint Theresa Catholic Church, Eugene Bodden and his bride, Linda Johnson prepare to leave the church in a manure spreader.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: The Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul railroad station.
Description: Madison Pepsi Cola Company truck made by the Ideal Body Company in front of the Ideal Body Company shop on Park Street.
Date: 1940 before
Description: Entrance to large home. Part of porch as well as side of house visible. Curved stairs lead up to the porch. Door flanked by columns with highly detailed c...
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: A group of men are standing on the pontoons of the "Monona-Mobile" (pontoon car) which is near a pier on the left. The Wisconsin State Capitol is in the fa...
Description: View from ground looking up at the scaffolding and cranes on the Wisconsin State Capitol used to construct the building. Text at bottom reads: "Wisconsin S...
Description: Main Street Shawano looking south.
Description: U.S. soldiers talk to a man in a Vietnamese village.
Description: Exterior of a house surrounded by backlit trees.
Description: The American Fur Company warehouse, also called Old Treaty Hall. In 1832 the fur company moved its Bayfield post to the Island (Madeline Island), and on th...
Description: View of a group of men and women sitting on the shore of Doller's Harbor. Nearby, a steamship can be seen at Doller's Wharf. Text on photograph reads: "Dol...
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