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Description: Madison's first radio car with its operators (l to r) Harry Tunstall, M.M. Littleton, and B.B. Jones, all from the State Department of Markets.
Date: date unknown
Description: Exterior of Madison Public Library, designed by Bringham and Adden and built in 1900. A path leads to an arched entryway, and a tower rises on the right.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The Dane County Courthouse, 207 West Main Street, and Dane County Jail, 219 West Main Street.
Description: Princess Cafe on the 400 block of State Street. The storefront advertises a quick and clean service, fresh coffee, 24 hour lunch. The Wisconsin State Capit...
Description: Auto supplies department at the new Sears store, located at 1101 East Washington Avenue.
Description: An aerial view of University Avenue near the Veteran's Administration Hospital.
Description: A serviceman checks the oil of a car at the Madison Co-op Station. During the 1930s the cooperative movement in Wisconsin expanded its rural base to offer...
Description: Dry cleaning business in storefront at 2017 Winnebago Street. A man stands by the open door of a Pontiac station wagon. House/storefront on the right is 2...
Description: Elevated view across Langdon Street of the Armory (Red Gym or Old Red) on campus of University of Wisconsin-Madison. There is a large boathouse behind the...
Description: Shell Petroleum Co. display of automobile products at the ESBMA (East Side Business Men's Association) Fall Festival in the Fuller & Johnson building on Ea...
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Commemorating one hundred years of Norwegian independence at a Syttende Mai (May 17th) celebration. An automobile with four people is decorated with a Norw...
Description: Construction scene of the new enzyme laboratory at 1710 University Avenue.
Description: Park Street at Olin Avenue, looking south. On the left is Moore's Super Service Gas Station and an eatery. On the right, residential homes.
Description: While Ed Tallard takes a reaction test at simulated auto controls in a Wisconsin High School class, his instructor, Homer C. Stahl, (left) and three classm...
Description: Kober's Root Beer and Ice Cream Bar, 2237 Sherman Avenue, with menu displayed on exterior and Coca-Cola, Borden's Ice Cream and Hires Root Beer signs.
Description: Three workers standing beside their machines in the machine shop at Winnebago Auto Replacement Company,103 North Park Street.
Description: The group of University of Wisconsin ROTC Cadets clasped hands to signify the presentation and acceptance of the French gifts to the state of Wisconsin. A...
Description: Building from across road on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: Sergeant Norman Ehle and Lt. Herman Thomas crouch beneath a motor boat resting on a wood beam cradle at a boatyard. "The new 220-horsepower cruiser for the...
Description: The Rigadoon, a plywood motor boat built by the Higgins Company, owned by the Edgewater Hotel.
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