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Description: View across lawn towards a large shelter at Bernard's Park filled with people. Other people relax at picnic tables in under trees in the foreground.
Description: Four members of the Philharmonic Chorus at a picnic table at their annual picnic. Shown left to right are: Mrs. Ruth (Robert M.) Foster, Mrs. Catherine Mc...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: A view of the William McFarland house and the train depot published as part of the series "Wisconsin Sceneries, photographed and published by A.L. Dahl, De...
Description: Madison Soap Box Derby champion, David Laverty of Mineral Point, posing with the plaque and his brother Larry who is a past champion. In the background is...
Description: Mrs. Scott McGlasson, nee Shirley-Mae Riker, sits on a stone wall at Sunset Point. She lives in Pomona, California, and is visiting her family in Madison.
Description: Soap Box Derby winners from a record entry of seventy-six boys. Left to right: Runner-up Dickie Lindauer; Pierre Slightam, winner, with Ralph Hult, preside...
Description: Portrait of T.B. Luhman in his garden of lilies.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: The Tabernacle and attendees at the Monona Lake Assembly. The assembly, Madison's annual Chautauqua, was held on the site of the present-day Olin Park.
Description: Louis Dousman, great grandson of Hercules Louis Dousman who built the home, is seated on a bench on the lawn with his wife.
Description: View of the 200 and 300 blocks of State Street looking toward the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Stereo view of a lake scene in Madison, probably looking south on Lake Monona at a boat race in progress. From the series "The Beauties of the City of Madi...
Description: Group of men and women listening to a speaker at the Abraham Lincoln School, Summer Institute. The Abraham Lincoln School for Social Science of Chicago, Il...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: The 125 foot tall Madison water tower stands in the middle of East Washington Avenue. On the right is a large business block occupied by the Amerika Publis...
Description: Formerly a receiving vault, this storage building at Forest Hill Cemetery features cathedral Gothic design elements.
Description: A pre-World War I anchor from an unidentified ship outside of the Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Training Center at 1046 East Washington Avenue.
Description: The Civil War eagle Old Abe became the trademark of the J.I. Case Company, manufacturers of steam tractors and other farm machinery. This tractor is at wor...
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Elevated view of North Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Science Hall, Lake Mendota and the city of Madison on the isthmus are visible in...
Description: Dry spring basin (Merrill Springs) at the end of Spring Court off Lake Mendota Drive.
Description: "Living flag" created by the Kehl dancers on the steps of the third Wisconsin State Capitol. This close view permits better examination of the ornamentatio...
Date: 1965-07-03 ca.
Description: Close-up view of fallen oak tree branches. Leaves of other trees can be seen in the background.
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