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Date: 1918 before
Description: A family poses for a portrait outdoors in front of their house. The eight individuals gather around a table on their front lawn for the photograph. Caption...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Group of three people standing outside on a sidewalk in front of a stone dwelling with a porch and steps behind them. A man holds a bottle, ready to pour i...
Description: Window display with neon sign at Madison Liquor and Cigar Store, 109 Monona Avenue, featuring Calvert liquor.
Description: Seated outdoors on a stone wall are Mrs. Kendall A. (Mary) Niglis, 3805 Hammersley Avenue, and her two sons, Kendall Junior, two-years old, and John Kreigh...
Description: Formerly a receiving vault, this storage building at Forest Hill Cemetery features cathedral Gothic design elements.
Description: View across street of a large group of people posing in front of Severson's Phillips 66 Service Station, 2089 Atwood Avenue, during a summer evening beer p...
Description: The members of the Phillips family stand on the lawn outside of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Armory (Red Gym or Old Red).
Description: Lifeguard Georgia Haas is applying artificial respiration to Lewis Noonan at the beach.
Description: Winkie, Vilas Zoo elephant, is led to her summer quarters at the zoo with a large crowd looking on. She is being led by attendants, Gordon Sheets and Dale...
Description: South Pinckney Street as photographed by Fuller from the Wisconsin State Capitol roof. In the center are several wooden structures dating from Madison's ea...
Description: Elevated view looking east on Hubbard Street from the corner of Hubbard and Parmenter Streets.
The old Schwab and Scwarz store, in the oldest building...
Date: 1876 ca.
Description: Halle Steensland, his wife Sophia, their five children and a large crowd are posed around and on the family home, later located at 733 Lakewood Boulevard,...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Kehl's Dancing Academy, 309 West Johnson Street, Madison, 1898 - 1906. The building was later used as the Labor Temple.
Description: Portrait of a Boy Scouts color guard that participated in the Americanization Pageant. They are, from left: David Ross, David Langhammer, and John Lee.
Description: Don Knowles, general manager of Holt's Capital Garage and cosponsor of the race, presenting trophy to the winner Van Steiner. Buildings in the background a...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Tootsie, the Middleton family dog, stands with front paws resting on Forest's hip. Forest holds a switch in his right hand and, most likely, a treat in his...
Description: Looking north along Glenway Street. Visible are the reservoir, Hoyt and Quarry Parks, Resurrection and Forest Hill Cemeteries, Rentschler Greenhouses, Fore...
Description: Upper portion of old Science Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The building has bright red brickwork and a gingerbread house design and w...
Description: Damaged automobiles of Leo Maly and August Steinhagen at scene of accident at Middleton Junction Road. Leo Maly was killed, his wife, Edna, and son, Paul,...
Description: Mrs. Walter (Genevieve) Dakin, 4110 Mandan Crescent, Nakoma, in her garden. Mrs. Dakin had just finished her term of office as president of the Wisconsin F...
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