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Description: A worker tests the brakes on a car at Schultz Battery, Tire and Supply Company, 1336 Regent Street, while another man watches.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: A girl on a rocking chair holds a rabbit, and a boy and a woman stand in the background. The boy rests his hand on a dogs head; the dog is lying on a love...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Children standing on barrels in front of Droster Grocery and Filling Station at 1438 Sherman Avenue, run by Red Whitney. The children are Whitney's nieces...
Description: Buildings on Pinckney Street, including the U.S. Hotel building and a carriage manufacturer. John S. Fuller's studio, "Fullers Temple of Art" was located i...
Description: Streetcar advertising the Marx Brothers in "Animal Crackers" at the RKO Capitol Theatre.
Description: Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railroad train at the old station, 640 West Washington Ave., with snowplow at the old depot. Engineer James F. Mills is i...
Description: Train-car crash scene. Shows demolished automobile and large group of onlookers at Milwaukee Road, Fair Oaks railroad crossing. The driver, Miss Lena Schm...
Description: Lower left hand corner reads: "Compliment of the Madison Association of Commerce MADISON The Four Lake City WISCONSIN". Around the perimeter of the map is...
Description: Corner of King, Main, and Pinckney streets looking toward Lake Monona. The Bank of Madison is in the foreground.
Description: One thousand dollar bond and coupons issued by the Watertown and Madison Railroad Company in 1857. Jairus Fairchild, president, and T.L. Lawrence have sig...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: An open streetcar labeled Fair Oaks sitting near Forest Hills Cemetery, which was then the end of the line. The motorman has been identified as Jack Schwen...
Description: Waters Motors, Inc., 802 East Washington Avenue at the corner of North Livingston, taken from across the street.
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: South Blair and East Main Streets.
Description: Christmas shoppers crossing the street at the corner of King Street on the Capitol Square in front of Kresge's, 25-27 East Main Street.
Description: The Burke Depot during the move to the Droster store location. Built in 1884, it had been located on the Northeast corner of Burke and Felland Road.
Description: Fisherman Roy "Chubby" Goodlad is shown at the open trunk of his car loading in fishing poles, a tackle box, and hip waders in preparation for the opening...
Description: Exterior view of the Pierce home, at 424 North Pinckney Street.
Description: This map shows shows streets, subdivisions, railroads, places of interest including the State Capitol, the University of Wisconsin, Camp Randall, Henry Vil...
Description: The University of Wisconsin football team shown boarding an airplane at Truax Field for a trip to Oakland, California, to play the University of California...
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: A machine and repair shop, 228 East Main Street, shows an example of the Dutch style front. The shop was originally the Frank J. Fleckenstein residence.
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