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Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Exterior view from street of home of John Johnston (1836-1904), a successful Milwaukee banker, located at 645 Franklin Place, also known as "The Lion House...
Description: Photographic postcard view of the aftermath of a fire. Most of the parsonage is destroyed. There are onlookers on the lawn in front of the house.
Description: Tornado damage showing a broken, twisted tree laying on the ground and on the roof of a farmhouse. The roof and wall have been crushed.
Date: 1877 ca.
Description: This building, on an entire block of Spaight and Brearly Streets with Lake Monona, was originally the governor's mansion for Leonard J. Farwell. The Farwel...
Date: date unknown
Description: Sid's "Blue Tripod" among other sculptures in his backyard. The Madison-Kipp factory building is in the background.
Description: International Model 63 moving truck parked in a residential neighborhood. Text on the side of the truck reads: "Ben Butler Furniture and Piano Moving."
Description: The Northwest elevation of the Maxon Farmhouse.
Description: Finish line of the Soap Box Derby on Midvale Boulevard. Two cars are about to cross the line with crowds of people watching from behind fences along the si...
Date: 1904 ca.
Description: The William H. Holtzhauzen house, 351 West Washington Avenue. Holtzhauzen, a German immigrant carpenter and builder, put up the two-story brick structure...
Description: A view down tree-lined Walnut Street. The houses on the left side of the street are obscured by trees. A group of four boys stand by a tree and pose. Print...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: The home of Moses Strong, a prominent attorney, politician, speculator and land agent who moved to Wisconsin Territory and settled in Mineral Point in 1836...
Description: A park in Hidalgo Plaza features benches, a fountain, and a bandstand.
Description: Group portrait of mothers and children in front of a house at 434 Virginia Terrace.
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: An old house about two miles north of Wisconsin Dells.
Description: A panoramic view of the city of Stoughton.
Description: Three men stand on a board sidewalk with a young girl. A decorative wooden fence lines the boardwalk and a house is in the far background.
Date: 1966 ca.
Description: "Forty-two year old man indicates condition of these buildings."
Beekman Quarters housed 81 people in 23 buildings. None of the houses in the neighborhoo...
Description: Lone picketer from Painters' Local 781 protests against workers not receiving union wages, hours, and benefits.
Description: A mature white oak with multiple large branches standing in the backyard of the Robert Carberry house on Millston Avenue. The rear of the house and a bird...
Description: View of Hoard's house with snow on the ground.
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