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Description: Exterior view of a seminary.
Description: Decorative sharkstooth-style shingles on the exterior of a house at 515 South Few Street.
Description: Barn located at County PD west of Verona.
Description: A truckload of Madison high school students who participated in Madison's second annual city-wide clean-up campaign in front of Manchester's department sto...
Description: Sidewalk sale in front of Deutschkron family's store, Martin's, 427 State Street.
Description: Odd side of the 100 block of King Street , from left to right, Interstate Finance Corp., 113 King Street; entrance to Capital City Bank Building, 111 King...
Description: View across street of the German Lutheran Church. There is a lamppost and a sign at the foot of the stairs. A fenced-in churchyard is on the right. The par...
Description: Exterior of post office.
Description: View from across street of the storefront of Hanson & Offerdahl Men's Wear store, 1961 Winnebago Street, Madison's newest men's shop, taken on the occasion...
Description: Elevated view of the parking lot at the Westgate Shopping Center. The storefronts are on the left, and include Ragatz Shoes, Three Sisters, ?obil Shoes, S....
Description: The Waterfall, an 18 unit motel and restaurant, was opened in 1958 and owned and operated by Oregon's village president, F.E. Madsen, and John Struck. A wa...
Description: The University of Wisconsin varsity crew on Lake Mendota in its new pressed plywood racing shell, the Mendota, which was christened just before this...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Orpheum Theater, 113 Monona Ave (now called Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.), from 1908 to 1926. Became the Garrick Theater from 1926 to 1936 and then the n...
Date: 1971-04-03 ca.
Description: Poster advertising the local retail store "Outrageous Ties." Features a black and yellow patterned tie. J. Wesley Miller note on the back of the poster rea...
Description: View of back of house from the lake shore of the Mary and Oscar Rennebohm house on Farwell Drive.
Description: Farmer and two cows standing outside near a barn in winter.
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: Buildings at "Little Norway." From left to right: main lodge (formerly Haugen barn), summer kitchen, tool house, and guest house.
Date: 1933 ca.
Description: The Volunteers of America building front, located at 412-416 South Baldwin Street.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: The State Street approach to the Wisconsin State Capitol at the turn of the century. Electric poles and street railroad wires are in the foreground. In the...
Description: A Ford V-8 Yellow Cab Co. taxicab on East Washington Avenue. In the background are (left to right) St. Patrick's school, 630 East Washington Avenue; reside...
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