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Description: View of Sid's backyard looking towards the back of the house. There is a large arch in the center with wind chimes hanging on it. Shrubs, trees, plants and...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Fuller Opera House, which later became the Parkway Theater and was razed in 1954.
Description: View looking east on West Mifflin Street from its intersection with North Carroll Street on the Capitol Square. Businesses from RIGHT TO LEFT: City Hall;...
Description: A man and woman pose with their dog outside their house trailer set in a secluded yard, surrounded by trees and bushes. Photograph taken for Western Elect...
Description: View from from the Severson service station (currently Monty's Blueplate) of the Cinema Theater on Atwood Avenue. Snow is on the ground.
Description: Blues musician Catfish Stephenson performing with friends on State Street.
Date: 1971-03-11 ca.
Description: Poster advertising the Social Science building on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus as a "strike center." Features a photograph of the Social Scie...
Date: 1896-08-27 ca.
Description: View of Turville's Point and its shoreline on Lake Monona.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View of Science Hall and the Chemical Laboratory building, looking southwest from Lake Mendota on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. On the shorel...
Description: Sgt. James McCullough, Memphis, Tennessee, a marine veteran guarding the Freedom Train, points out Washington's Farewell Address to three Madison Boy Scout...
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.
Description: Elevated view of the flagstone terrace. People sit at tables in the sunburst chairs. There are shadows of the empty chairs on the terrace as well as the s...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: View from the Capitol Square towards a parade coming up State Street. Crowds line the streets. On the left street corner is a building with a sign for the...
Description: Man stands next to an automobile outfitted with signs advertising Nu-Enamel paint.
Description: August Carsten, a builder of one of the few roll-away model trains and villages in the country, is shown at the main control of the electric operated model...
Description: Side view of Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Weights and Measures Division truck parked in a garage beside measuring device.
Description: An architectural rendering of a proposed lakefront development plan.
Description: Exterior view of the First Church of Christ Scientist at 315 Wisconsin Avenue featuring a domed roof and Doric columns.
Description: View down street, with automobiles, streetcar tracks, buildings, and pedestrians.
Description: Display of Cities Service Oil Company products in the Crystal Ballroom of the Loraine Hotel, 119-125 West Washington Avenue, for a salesmen's meeting "Deal...
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