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Description: Architectural detail on the Yost's-Kessenich's building, located at 201 State Street. The building was designed by architect Frank Riley. The checkerboard...
Description: Map of the United States showing the radiophone range of radio station 9XM at the Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin at Madison during a piano...
Description: View from behind of Lewis Arms riding his 1946 Harley-Davidson Flathead motorcycle on the sidewalk of the 1800 block of Beld Street. On the back of his ja...
Description: The stockade from the Civil War era that still remains on the grounds of Camp Randall.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Madison High School (later known as Central High School, demolished), 210 Wisconsin Avenue, designed by Cass Gilbert and built in 1908.
Date: 1859 ca.
Description: Daguerreotype of elevated view of Pinckney Street, looking northwest. View includes the American House and Bruen's Block, both on the corner of East Washin...
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: A view of the State School for Girls.
Description: Aerial view of Sun Prairie, including the central business district, residences, and the surrounding countryside stretching to the horizon.
Description: The fourth Wisconsin State Capitol building, the third in Madison.
Description: Lewis Arms, Jr. (left, in a fur hat) poses in front of a Pontiac automobile with his arm around his younger brother Craig Arms. They are on Beld Street.
Date: 1962-07-04 ca.
Description: Facade detail on a State Office building being constructed at the Hill Farms Complex on University Avenue.
Description: Dr. William W. Gill house (demolished), 1021 Spaight Street, Marquette neighborhood. A large home and yard near the north shore of Lake Monona on Madison's...
Description: Executive Residence, 130 East Gilman Street, built in 1854. Used as the Executive Residence from 1883-1950.
Description: W.O. Zimmerman Plumbing & Heating, 811 East Johnson Street. On the reverse of the original postcard is an invitation to the firm's 18th anniversary and ne...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The house was built in the late 1850s or early 1860s by Donnel and Kutzbock, who also built the first Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison. Originally this h...
Description: Looking southwest along the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad causeway. Two boys fish from the bridge. The sign declares "Private Property. No Thor...
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: Home located at 222 North Pinckney Street. This home was said to be built between 1860 and 1870.
Description: House at 622 University Avenue is the only survivor of the homes which housed some of Madison's early settlers. The house has had a number of owners, inclu...
Description: Aerial view of Cross Plains, with countryside surrounding and hills on the horizon.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: The rustic bridge on Lake Mendota Drive, over a ravine in Shorewood Hills. The sign on the left reads: "$5 FINE, For riding or driving over this bridge fas...
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