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Description: View from Picnic Point towards the campus and Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: The elaborately decorated house of W.R. O'Hearn.
Date: date unknown
Description: View down Milwaukee Avenue. On the left side of the road, the Daughters of the American Revolution Monument, erected in 1907, can be seen among trees trea...
Description: 101-103 State Hook Brothers pianos; 105 State Findlay Flat Iron Building; 107 State Shiphe & Dorn grocers; 109 State Exclsior Shoe Store; 111 State Woman'...
Description: View across railroad tracks of the business district. On the left two people stand in front of a building on the corner with a signs that says: "Office". A...
Description: Exterior of the residence of Mr. J.A. Albright. The brick home can be seen amidst foliage.
Description: John and Kris Groeschel live at N8200 Hwy 175. They moved here in 1992 from West Bend. The farm was formerly owned by Ed Bodden, and then Al and Ann Bodden...
Description: Exterior view of a dairy. Two cars and a horse-drawn wagon loaded with milk cans are parked in front of building.
Description: People posed in field, with a barn in the background among trees. In the center a man, three women and a boy are standing in front of a wire fence. Behind...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: The Timothy Brown house, 116 East Gorham Street.
Description: Interior of an office at Saint Mary's Sanatorium, founded in 1880 by Bishop Salpointe. View includes a desk, table, and chairs. A door opens to another r...
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: A house at 150 Iota Court, built in 1911-1912 from local sandstone for the Chi Psi fraternity.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Masonic Temple.
Description: Steps made from railroad ties are a feature at one of the homes in the Parade of Homes.
Description: Factory workers load a wooden crate marked "McCormick Folding Daisy Reaper" using a pulley system in the docks of the McCormick Works.
Description: A boy sitting on a pony at an intersection. Across the street, a man in overalls stands outside of the restaurant. A large poster for the "Ringling Brother...
Description: Elevated view of a side entrance to the Elizabeth Waters Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Lake Mendota is in the background.
Description: Three quarter view of the Methodist Evangelical Church on a hillside. A belfry with no steeple and windows shaped like elongated pentagons.
Description: The Frederick King Conover Residence at 309 North Pinckney Street.
Description: Exterior of the first office of the Montana Post Newspaper, the first newspaper in Montana, built in 1863. Men stand in front of the building near a sign...
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