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Description: Three graphic artists inside the Chart Room of International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department at 616 S. Michigan Avenue. The men are illustrat...
Date: date unknown
Description: Store includes a Post Office, owned by Cyrus Yawkey. Men, child, and two dogs are on the porch.
Description: Gilmore-Weiss home, located at 120 Ely Place. The house also known as the "airplane house" was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Description: Mears house, the residence of Flora E. Mears at 116 East Gilman Street, built by Charles Mears in 1859 or 1860.
Description: Continental Transportation Lines, Inc. operating an International semi-truck on a highway with an industrial area in the background. Original caption reads...
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison campus on isthmus, including the Agricultural campus and men's dormitories. Part of Lake Mendota is in the top right corner...
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Two young men and ten young women in white dresses seated in a semi circle on the stage of the Black River Falls Opera House. The stage is decorated with l...
Description: Mrs. Milton Sager, in a trailer home at Camp Randall, does day care with six children. The trailer park, provided by the University of Wisconsin, is for WW...
Description: Two men stand in front of the wooden Central Hotel building while a third stands in the doorway. An automobile is parked in front. To the right is a second...
Description: Indoor family portrait of Sherwin and Emma Gillett and their three children; Harry (b. 1910), Lorin (b. 1915) and Sherry (b. 1913).
Description: Three-quarter view from street of the Magnus Swenson house at 530 N. Pinckney Street. This house was sold to a fraternity and later demolished.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A view of homes on Swan Ave. Most prominent are the screened porches that cover the facade of the homes and two women walk down the sidewalk toward the vie...
Description: Kappa Alpha Theta Madison pledges are: Mary Clare Koltes, Mary Lou Sorensen, Patricia McGovern, Barbara Hampton, and Gretchen Jorgensen. Susan Norris, was...
Description: The Strang cottage and Voree Postoffice.
Description: View of the kitchen in the home of Lenore and Forrest Middleton at 3241 Highbury Road. The kitchen was built in 1853 by Joseph Statz and includes various e...
Description: View of a small farm from a field. The shed on the right has a sign that reads: "Darwin." Behind it is a farmhouse. On the left are farm buildings, includi...
Description: Evelyn Kurth and 14-month old Terry Kurth pose in the kitchen of Harold and Evelyn's home at 2 Harding Street in Madison. The room features a trellis-like...
Date: 1963-08-10 ca.
Description: A large willow tree grows next to a small stone house. In the distance is a garage, several farm buildings and a silo.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: An unidentified young woman in old-fashioned dress holds flowers as she stands in front of entrance of the Trimpey house at 719 Oak Street.
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: A fisherman baits his hook at a park bench missing its seat. A metal fence divides the paved shore from the west channel of the East River in the backgrou...
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