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Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Reginald Jackson, Jr., of Madison, posed on the sidewalk in front of the family home, 415 N. Carroll St., dressed in his winter coat. His mother used this...
Description: Postcard view of the Madison Free Library and its surrounding area. The library was built with Carnegie money and opened in 1906. The name changed to Mad...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: The State Register newspaper office. This paper was published by Andrew Jackson Turner, father of Frederick Jackson Turner noted historian. Andrew Jackson...
Description: The bride walks up the steps at Saint Andrew's Catholic Church accompanied by her father, Art Sterr.
Date: 1899 ca.
Description: Elevated view of group of men standing in front of construction site, near a newly completed building on Main Street, near the intersection of West Montell...
Description: View down a snow-covered street during winter. A man stands on a snow bank outside of shops and other small businesses at right.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The Dane County Courthouse, 207 West Main Street, and Dane County Jail, 219 West Main Street.
Date: date unknown
Description: Elevated view over trees of the town of Muscoda. The water tower is in the center. The commercial district is on the left, and dwellings are in the foregro...
Description: Photographic postcard of a two-floor school building with a covered front entrance underneath a bell tower. Snow is on the ground.
Description: A Confederate Rest at the Forest Hill Cemetery, with graves of Confederate soldiers who died as prisoners of war in Madison, Wisconsin, in 1862.
Description: Image of damaged ship on the Milwaukee River. The "Christopher Columbus" was a popular cruise vessel launched in 1893 and used to traverse the Great Lakes....
Description: View from State Capitol, showing Carroll Street side of the Square and West Washington Avenue. Buildings from left to right include Park Hotel, St. Raphae...
Description: Exterior view of the Fleming Motor Company, an International Harvester dealership. Three men are standing on the right, and a gas pump is in front of the e...
Description: View of a large geological rock formation at the base of a river or lake.
Description: Exterior of Central House with advertisements. The Order of the Gideons was founded here. Cars are parked outside the hotel.
Description: Colorized postcard of the Trempealeau River Bridge. A lamppost stands in the foreground and buildings, including a church, is visible in the background.
Description: View across railroad tracks of group of children awaiting the arrival of a train outside Lehigh Valley Railroad Station.
Description: An intersection with townhouse on the left and a hotel on the right. There is a group of people on the porch of the townhouse and a horse and carriage park...
Description: Exterior view of the main facade — white stone and red roof — of the Saron Lutheran Church.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Aerial view of the French Battery Company facility, East Washington Avenue, and Winnebago Street at the Union Corners intersection.
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