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Description: Exterior of the house at 1609 Porter Avenue shortly after construction. The house was built by Willard Droster.
Description: The children of Hong and Trong Nguyen sitting on the stoop outside their house. From left to right are Mary, Minh, Charlie, and Thuy, wo is eating a sandwi...
Description: View of the flooded yard of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stormer at 829 Burbank Place in the Garden Homes subdivision of Madison.
Description: Partial composite panoramic view of the north side of the 600 block of State Street. Businesses include: MacNeil and Moore (women's clothing) and The Tower...
Date: 1899 ca.
Description: State Historical Society of Wisconsin during construction.
Description: A view looking northwest toward Lake Mendota of a house at 640 North Henry Street. This residence was erected in 1901 for Thomas Evans Brittingham (1860-1...
Date: 1960-07-03 ca.
Description: View of a field with bales of hay ready to be harvested.
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Left side view from roadside of a tow truck pulling a 1919 Ford coupe. The detached front axle of the coupe is in the bed of the tow truck.
Description: Robert E. Faber (b. 1933) posing in his backyard wearing a Mexican cowboy costume purchased by his parents Michael and Margaret (Diebold) Faber when they v...
Description: Portrait of Carl Frey, 28, Stoughton. He confessed to the murder of Albion postmaster Frank Kelling.
Description: Racine Park's Charles Henkel, 215 lbs., is shown smashing his way to a good gain off tackle. Gene Blanchar is having trouble bringing him down. East defeat...
Description: View from street of scaffolding and cranes on the Wisconsin State Capitol used to construct the building. Pedestrians and a carriage are in the foreground.
Description: Madison West High School's Dick Woodring (#27) and Janesville players Dick Hill (#66) and Dick Field (#32) complete a play that gave Madison's football tea...
Date: 1936 after
Description: Rennebohm Drugstore #12 at 2526 Monroe Street. Originally established by pharmacist Harry Consigny, this operation was purchased by Rennebohm in 1936.
Date: date unknown
Description: Statue of Colonel Hans Christian Heg, by Paul Fjelde, at the King Street approach to the Wisconsin State Capitol. Commander of the 15th Wisconsin Infantry,...
Description: View of a pool in a pasture through dead branches. Hummocks of wet grass and rocks cover the shore. The background is misty.
Description: Aerial view of the Oscar Mayer & Co., plant looking northwest.
Description: Bandstand and old Town Hall in the park.
Description: View of tree-lined North Pinckney Street. There is melting snow on the ground. Two cars are parked along the curb in the distance.
Description: "Johnny" Zeier, manager and coach of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Madison's Boys Baseball program. Zeier was a Softball Hall of Fame pitcher.
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