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Description: Front and back cover of the dedicatory brochure issued by the First Unitarian Society of Madison, "the church of tomorrow," a Frank Lloyd Wright design. T...
Description: Library from across lower campus mall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. A parking lot with cars parked near entrance on west side.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: John R. Commons, a University of Wisconsin professor, is shown standing outside Sterling Hall with his hat on the ground at his feet.
Description: Architect's rendering of the exterior of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, now The Wisconsin Historical Society.
Date: 1958 ca.
Description: The Mazzuchelli Biological Laboratory at Edgewood College.
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: Aerial view of downtown Madison in the before construction of the Wisconsin Telephone Company in 1947 at the corner of South Fairchild Street and East Main...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Children and young adults read in the public library. The boy facing the camera is barefoot. Bookshelves line the walls; prints and photographs are also on...
Date: date unknown
Description: William R. "Bill" Kinney (1912-1978) stands in front of the electric sign for the Hi Way 30 Liquor Store, located at 3340 Commercial Avenue. Kinney owned t...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: A view across railroad tracks looking west along North Shore Drive with the Brittingham Park boathouse in the background. Monona Bay is to the left.
Description: Assembly Parlor fireplace in the Wisconsin State Capitol. The walls are of walnut panelling, the mantels are Sienna marble, and the floor is marble tile.
Description: Portrait of Police Officer Earl V. Bonner, the shortest man on the Madison police force, who joined in 1928, and Romain W. York Jr., the tallest man on the...
Description: The Jackson residence, 323 North Carroll Street, home of the James A. Jackson family for 40 years.
Description: Mrs. Harry S.(Bess) Truman, at left, and her daughter, Margaret Truman, at right, seated on the speaker's platform at the University of Wisconsin stock pav...
Description: Joyce Bartell sits on the sofa with her daughter Laurie, age three, in the living room of her and husband Gerald's home at 3938 Plymouth Circle in Madison....
Description: View of the exterior of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church on East Main Street.
Description: Group portrait of the 16th Wisconsin Infantry at the Wisconsin State Capitol, together with their wives and families, taken at their first reunion. Because...
Description: Elevated view of Bascom Hill on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus from the south between the Chemistry Building and Lake Mendota.
Description: President Harry S. Truman came to Madison for the opening and dedication of the Filene House, located at 1617 Sherman Avenue, and is shown here surrounded...
Description: The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer "Trackless Train" parked in front of the Hotel Loraine on West Washington Avenue. The YMCA can be seen on the right. The "Trackless...
Description: Interior Stairway in the Wisconsin State Capitol.
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