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Description: Governor's Conference Room, in the Wisconsin State Capitol, before restoration returned it to the original mahogany.
Date: 1851 after
Description: A view of the chapel. Made of brick, the arched windows and flying buttresses lend the building a Gothic Revival look. All windows that are visible are sta...
Description: The Northwest elevation of the Maxon Farmhouse.
Description: Behind the drugstore, looking downstream. The water under the bridge is full of construction debris.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: The State Institute for the Blind. A school free for blind children of Wisconsin and attended by Louisa May Alcott.
Description: The southeast entrance to the Capitol Park at Monona Avenue (now Martin Luther King Boulevard), probably taken about 1875. In the foreground are elaborate...
Description: View of a crowding standing on platform near the tracks at Harlingen Railroad Depot, awaiting a train's arrival.
Description: Sanborn insurance map of Black River Falls covering the area bordered by the Black River on the East, 3rd Street on the West, Johnson Street on the North,...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Palmyra Spring, called variously "Blue Spring" and "Aurelian Spring."
Description: The first Bradley House, later the Sigma Phi Fraternity house, at 106 North Prospect Avenue.
Description: Forest Hill Cemetery.
Description: View down Main Street lined with shops. Cars are sporadically parked along the curbs. There is a hotel, the Fritzstoldt tailor, soda fountain and drug stor...
Description: Interior view of the Eau Claire Public Library. Tables and bookshelves in the public library reading room.
Description: View from lawn in a residential neighborhood of three men pushing trash cans on hand carts towards a garbage truck. Behind the garbage truck is an Internat...
Description: Bird's-eye map of La Crosse, with six insets including residences, a store front, The John Gund Brewing Company, and C. & J. Michel Brewing Company.
Description: View of a business district featuring horse-drawn carriages, automobiles, and storefronts.
Description: Five girls dressed as flowers, probably as part of a Fourth of July "Garden Queen" pageant. The girls are standing in a row and each of the girls has a num...
Date: 1958 ca.
Description: An architectural rendering of Irving School.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Mules pulling a boat up the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. A large wooden building stands on the banks and a settled hillside is visible in the background.
Description: The Doty House on Doty Street (formerly Clymer Street), the first "Executive Mansion" in Madison, occupied in 1841-1844 by Territorial Governor James Duane...
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