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Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Color view of the U.S. Post Office and its surrounding streets.
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: View across street towards the even side of the 200 block of Atwood Avenue. Businesses and residences are John Nyberg, a tailor, at 208 1/2 Atwood Avenue,...
Description: Winter view of the Elisha Keyes residence at the corner of Gorham and North Pinckney Streets.
Description: A majestic brick building which housed the Teckmeyer Candy Company, the Globe Bakery, and the original Buy-and-Sell Shop before the State of Wisconsin took...
Description: Bishop William P. O'Connor of the Madison diocese walks in a procession at the dedication of the new building for St. Patrick's convent, 30 S. Franklin Str...
Date: date unknown
Description: Aerial view of Madison General Hospital and surrounding neighborhood.
Description: Crowd at the state high school basketball tournament in the University of Wisconsin fieldhouse.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Colorized depiction of City Hall, 2 West Mifflin Street.
Description: View of the W.T. Grant five and ten-cent store at 19-21 South Pinckney Street on the Capitol Square.
Description: Elevated view of the City County Building under construction. Automobiles are parked in the street and a truck with a semi-trailer is parked in front of a...
Date: 1900 before
Description: Artifacts from the New Richmond tornado on display in the Historical Society's museum in the Wisconsin State Capitol. The display of such curiosities, now...
Description: Madison Free Library, 206 North Carroll Street. The library was built with Carnegie money and opened in 1906. The name changed to Madison Public Library...
Description: Exterior view of the Pliney H. Hawkins house at 1910 Regent Street, which is unique in that its windows are numerous and in various shapes and sizes. The h...
Description: Color portrait of the Historical Society staff. This image is a humorous version with balloons of another image which was taken for the cover of a special...
Description: Painter Boyce Totz in a chair and looking out of a window.
Description: Charles E. Bohlen, United States State Department counselor, speaking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House during a program which launched Wi...
Description: Cupola-adorned top portion of the Van Bergen/Bowen house, 302 South Mills Street, built by Seth Bergin, a farmer and real estate investor, in 1846 in the I...
Description: Among those attending a dinner for Democratic Presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson in 1952 was Frank Lloyd Wright and Oligavanna Lloyd Wright.
Description: Some of the nearly 70 farmers and their wives from nine Wisconsin counties gathered in the state assembly chamber to hear a discussion of farm deferments b...
Description: A young girl, Kathleen Carlyle, standing on Linden Drive located on the University of Wisconsin campus. She is wearing a dress and a bonnet, and is standin...
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