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Description: View from the west of the Krueger family farm.
Description: Pictured are the three new class presidents at West High School. From left to right: Jack Barry, sophomore class; Al Trotalli, senior class; and John Lovel...
Description: Arlene Noyes, chairman of the old Rectory estate sales and services committee of Grace Episcopal Church and the Rev. Paul Hoornstra, rector of the church,...
Description: Daniel Steele Durrie, librarian of the Wisconsin Historical Society, seated at his desk in the South Wing of the Wisconsin State Capitol. This photograph...
Date: 1962 ca.
Description: Nashotah House, the Michael Bell. Clipping from "Oconomowoc Enterprise", November 22, 1962. More information from clipping on reverse of card.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Group of people posing outside of Soldiers' Orphans Home, located on Spaight Street between Paterson and Brearly Streets. The building was originally const...
Description: Cyanotype view of the west facade across Bascom Hill of University of Wisconsin-Madison Science Hall.
Description: Exterior of Fonthill Castle, built in 1852. The ivy-covered castle began as the convent for the College of Mount Saint Vincent, founded by the Sisters of...
Description: View of 500 and 600 blocks of University Avenue at night, looking west from West Gilman Street.
Description: View of the Globe Milling Company, built in 1848, and the Lewis Factory on the Rock River. In the distance is a dam, bridge, and barbershop.
Description: View down Pinckney street looking northwest toward East Wilson and Lake Mendota. The Bruen's or Brown's Block and the American Hotel are on the right.
Description: Leaving the White House after their Social Security conference with President Roosevelt are (left to right): John Hanes, Undersecretary of the Treasury; Ar...
Date: date unknown
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 of the post office and Johnson's Store, located in a rural setting. A man carries goods in a horse-drawn wagon. Published by E. Vosseller Stationer.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A rustic foot bridge over Fish Creek connects Peninsula State Park (foreground) with the village of Fish Creek. The Vits house is at the right end of the b...
Date: 1942 ca.
Description: Publicity photograph of a woman hanging blackout curtains, with the assistance of her young daughter. The photograph was taken to provide illustration for...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: A construction worker wearing a yellow hard hat stands in the foreground. In the background is the steel framework of one of the The World Trade Center tow...
Date: 1877 ca.
Description: Family in front of picket fence and wood walkway which encloses an upright and wing frame house with elaborate carpenter's lace and latticework on the porc...
Date: 1914 after
Description: A bronze statue at Yale College honoring Nathan Hale. The ivy covered brick wall of Connecticut Hall fills the background of the photo.
Description: James Kirchstein, Wisconsin's Very Live Radio (WVLR) station chief engineer and originator, inside his recording company, Sara Sound Productions, Inc. WVL...
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