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Drawing

Market House

Date: 1909 

Description: Architectural drawing of the Market House for the City of Madison. Robert L. Wright, Milwaukee, architect.

Date: 1870 ca.

Description: Benjamin Walker Castle, 1862-1893, 900 block East Gorham Street.

Date: 1869-08-21 

Description: Marshall Academy in Marshall, Wisconsin.

Drawing

Road at Madison

Date: 1852-08 

Description: Pencil drawing of a dirt road through the woods with added white highlights. A horse-drawn wagon with two passengers moves down the road in the distance,...

Date: 1945-04 date unknown

Description: Graphite pencil and colored pencil drawing on drafting vellum of design for Glenwood Children's Park designed by Jens Jensen. Original drawing 33 x 29 inch...

Date: 1876 ca.

Description: Originally printed in the Centennial Records of the Women of Wisconsin on page 37. It illustrates the large houses and the surrounding bustling road. The h...

Date: 1900 ca.

Description: Sheet # 25 of the plans submitted by architects Ferry & Clas for the construction of the State Historical Society building, showing longitudinal sections o...

Date: 1885-09-01 

Description: Pencil on paper; Elevated view of building on street corner with horse-drawn delivery wagon in front. Tall trees line the two streets. Building is two st...

Date: 1896 ca.

Description: Rendering of the library reading room in the State Historical Society, now the Wisconsin Historical Society. This was the final, accepted design by Ferry a...

Date: 1908 

Description: Drawing of the general design by the Architectural Commission for the future development of the short course agricultural students dormitory.

Date: 1900 ca.

Description: Floor plan for the second floor library and offices of the State Historical Society building designed by architects Ferry & Clas and constructed in 1900. F...

Date: 1939 

Description: The proposed Mendota Lake Front Development Plan, William Kaeser, architect.

Date:  

Description: Pencil sketch of the James Duane Doty residence, the first Executive Mansion in Madison.

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