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Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Sydney Chaplin (Charlie Chaplin's brother) and a German shepherd dog.
Original title: "Syd Chaplin and 'Prince,' a war hero, cited three times for brave...
Description: A sketch drawn from a formal photographic portrait of Mrs. Major Belle Reynolds. During the Civil War many women enlisted in armies or traveled with their...
Description: Harlow S. Orton house, at 30 East Johnson Street at the intersection of North Pinckney Street. Orton served on the State Supreme Court from 1878 until his...
Date: 1848 ca.
Description: Photographic reprint of a daguerreotype of Cyrus Hall McCormick (1809-1884). McCormick was a Chicago industrialist and inventor in 1831 of the first commer...
Date: date unknown
Description: Aerial view of Lake Chetac near Birchwood.
Description: A pile of scrap remains from Horton House at Highlander after being hit by a tornado.
Description: NCAA boxing tournament, University of Wisconsin, Bout 22, "Vito Parisi, Wisconsin, advanced to the NCAA semi-finals when he scoured an unanimous decision o...
Description: Madison Auto Club (AAA) with AAA sign painted on side of building and Felix's Bakery, owned by Felix Odehnal, located at 715 University Avenue.
Description: View of the Park Hotel, 22 South Carroll Street, from the Wisconsin State Capitol grounds.
Description: Poster for baseball game featuring the I.G.A. baseball team playing the Madison Colored Giants, a team with a state-wide reputation for presenting baseball...
Description: The north fork on the Kinnikinnick River.
Description: Color advertising photograph of two young couples in swimsuits getting out of an International Scout pickup truck near a public beach.
Description: The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) instigated a collection of eyeglasses to send overseas. Most of the eyeglasses are being sent to Austria at this...
Description: Exterior view from street of the Dixon, a Victorian-era house with rooms for guests. There is a flag on the porch and an automobile is parked in the back o...
Description: Leo Kehl, head of the Kehl School of Dance in Madison, introduces Patti, his first dancing granddaughter.
Description: Advertisement for the Hart-Parr 20 tractor featuring a side view illustration of the machine and text which reads, "Built by the Founders of the Tractor In...
Description: View down a commercial street, with Engler's store located on the left.
Description: An elevated view of the town of Clayton, Iowa, which is nestled in a valley. The Mississippi River can be seen nearby. Text on photograph reads: "Made expr...
Description: A gavel inscribed with his name was presented to Harrison L. Garner Thursday afternoon by the board of directors of the Bank of Madison. The presentation...
Description: Waist-up studio portrait of an unidentified European American girl with long hair and curled bangs posed sitting and holding a handkerchief in her lap. She...
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