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Description: An advertisement for John N. Jones, Dealer in Hardware, which appeared in the 1873 Madison City Directory.
Description: Part of George Harrison's "Map of the City of Madison," showing the development of the isthmus and the small size of the second Capitol (54' x 104') in com...
Description: A truck for Servisoft Company, 555 West Mifflin Street. Advertisement on side of truck says "SERViSOFT, Enjoy Soft Water, the Modern Way."
Description: Dick Charmley and Gary Davies examine their apparatus for skin diving and spear fishing in Lake Mendota.
Date: 1957 ca.
Description: An aerial view of Edgewood College and Schools.
Description: The new Wisconsin Telephone Company west side exchange building in the 2100 block of Franklin Avenue.
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Mr. Edward Schildhauer sits in a rocking chair at an angled architect desk. The desk is covered with papers and various drafting tools such as a protractor...
Description: Joseph W. Jackson (Col. Bud), executive director of the Madison and Wisconsin Foundation, stands next to a map of the isthmus.
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: A view of the detailed front entrance to the Wisconsin Historical Society.
Description: Parade on the Capitol Square, celebrating a visit by Adlai Stevenson, Democratic candidate for President.
Description: View from shoreline of a dam constructed of concrete and wood. On the other shoreline are houses and other wood outbuildings.
Description: Lyman Sylvester of 1818 Keyes Avenue, the winner of the automobile economy driving contest, stands next to a Chevrolet Six automobile outside Hult's Capita...
Date: 1927 ca.
Description: William Pence house, located at 168 N. Prospect Avenue, designed in 1909 by Claude and Starke, architects.
Description: View from street of the residence at 424 North Pinckney Street.
Description: A Heavy Duty Wrecker Service tow truck towing a wrecked car with a banner on the side reading "THIS COULD HAPPEN TO YOU!" during the Kayser safety parade i...
Description: Photographic postcard of a scene at Little Norway. A log building stands to the left and the chassis of a wagon to the right. Below is the text "Scene at L...
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: A view of the shore, looking southeast from Lake Mendota. At left is the Thomas E. Brittingham residence and boathouse, 640 North Henry Street; center is...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View down hill of Machine Shop, Electrical Laboratory and Industrial Arts Laboratory, on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: A drawing of the old Post Office on the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Mifflin Street.
Description: Eldon Raemisch, age 14, in his championship car, No. 32.
The Madison Soap Box Derby was held on Wilson Street in 1936.
Eldon's car was the heaviest...
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