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Description: Four men and "the Caribbean," a new Packard convertible automobile, parked in front of the Wisconsin State Capitol building.
Date: 1946 ca.
Description: Craftsmen working on a tree in the model farmyard of the Harvester Farm exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry.
Description: East Side Print Shop, 1982 Winnebago Street, publisher of East Side News. Address changed to 2008-2012 Winnebago Street in 1929. Business moved into anot...
Description: A procession of the Monona Lake Assembly led by children carrying flowers. The Monona Lake Assembly Pavilion is partially visible on the left.
Date: date unknown
Description: View down West Central Avenue, a residential street lined with homes.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Charles Enge, seventh from left, and supporters pose in front of the Al. Ringling Theatre. A sign on top of a car advertises his campaign for the Wisconsin...
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Outdoor portrait of Alfred Lawson standing on steps next to the cockpit of a Lawson Air Liner.
Description: Interior of an art room. Female students sit at tables and easels, painting or doing craft projects. Large windows open to a garden outside.
Description: A large audience gathers in a darkened theater to watch a motion picture, most likely an International Harvester advertising film. The image on the screen...
Description: Dining rooms and kitchen at the camp on the construction site of the Prairie du Sac dam. Workers and children pose in front of the dining rooms; there are...
Description: View of Pexto building with railroad tracks in foreground. Pexto, the Peck, Stow and Wilcox company, manufactured hardware.
Description: The Retzlaff's own this antique potato planter, which was purchased from Ed Radke, a long time Theresa resident.
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: View from across road of the Hile House. This is where the actress and Confederate spy Belle Boyd died on June 11, 1900, in the front room, over the office...
Date: 1899-06-12 after
Description: Man standing around the remains of a house that has been demolished during a tornado. A man is standing near a horse on the right. In the background a smal...
Description: Jack Jerred, Madison, hanging a picture which is part of the exhibit "Abstraction in Art" at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Memorial Union.
Description: Sarah, Florentina, Jennie, and Edgar Krueger resting near a leaning willow tree in a pasture. The children sit in the tree, Sarah sits on the ground, and F...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Sheet #27 of the plans submitted by architects Ferry & Clas for the State Historical Society building showing a section of all four stories of the building...
Description: Ephraim pier in Eagle Harbor. The pier is made of timbers. A dock and boathouse are on the right. Bare masts rise above the boats. The shoreline and trees...
Description: View of the Eastwood Theater proscenium arch, orchestra pit, and front few rows of seating, with decorative detail along the side of the auditorium.
Description: Windmill Hill at Hillside Home School, an early progressive school operated by Ellen and Jane Lloyd Jones, aunts of Frank Lloyd Wright.
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