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Description: Exterior view of main entrance of Bascom Hall (formerly Main Hall) on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: Image from a scrapbook kept by Neighborhood House, with a woman using a sewing machine to sew a large piece of cloth patterned with four-leaf clovers. Anot...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Main street lined with storefronts, horse-drawn carts and pedestrians. Electric lights hang over the street. Signs read: "Ada National Bank" "Dr. Thompson...
Date: 1861 ca.
Description: Tintype portrait of William Mason of Magnolia, Wisconsin, member of the 3rd Wisconsin Infantry band. He is seated in uniform and holds a tuba. The buttons...
Description: Plan for the Michael B. Olbrich Memorial Entrance to the Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum and Wild Life Refuge.
Description: Madison Packing Co. (Neesvig) truck parked in front of their store at 307 W. Johnson Street, with Labor Temple next door, 309 W. Johnson Street. Sign on tr...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Two men spreading gravel from a horse-drawn dump wagon onto a road. The wagon was manufactured by Road Machine Co.
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior of a bedroom at Doctor's Hospital, founded by Theodore Atlas in the early 1900's. A view from across the room shows a patient's bed, two chairs,...
Description: Portrait of Hugh D. Ingersoll, the new finance administrative assistant to Madison mayor George Forster, seated behind a desk.
Description: A police officer directs a parade of circus wagons carried on International trucks through downtown streets. The 25-piece parade originated at Circus World...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A hand-drawn postcard of St. John's Evangelical Church in Monroe.
Description: Roundy Coughlin and the Roundy's Fun Fund committee thanks Suzy Peterson, past president of the ninth grade "Y" Teen Club at West High School. The group of...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Portrait of a woman standing in a yard next to a maple tree, holding a child in her arms,
Description: View looking north down Ohio Street. Pedestrians walk by storefronts as a man rides on horseback. Published by Dunlap's.
Description: A view of Columbia Street, a residential district in Farmington, Missouri.
Description: Portrait of 10-month old Martha Jean Johnson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Everett F. Johnson.
Description: Rodney and Laurie Justman live at W1910 Hwy TW (Section 5). They purchased the farm in 1975. Rodney's first wife, Jeanine, died in July 1996.
Description: Propaganda photograph received from China Features in Peking by the Southern Patriot newspaper published in Louisville, Kentucky. The photograph illustrat...
Description: Jim Gallagher (left) and Whitney Gould sit indoors while putting on their skates.
Date: 1893 ca.
Description: Institutional fire fighting department at the Northern Hospital for the Insane, executing drills on the exterior of the building. Fire fighting equipment i...
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