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Description: Aerial view looking north of downtown, with the Milwaukee River and Lake Michigan.
Date: date unknown
Description: The Fairlawn home's colonial parlor and bedrooms. This view shows two rocking chairs and a grandfather clock in the parlor as well as the open doorways of...
Description: Every-House Appliance Co. trailer with sign that reads "Every house needs Westinghouse", 114 E. Main Street.
Date: 1889 ca.
Description: Residential street, North Broadway at Cass Street in winter.
Description: One of five aerial views of Portage, including the frozen Wisconsin River.
Description: Four Pawling & Harnischfeger lattice girder cranes used in shipbuilding. There are men on the bridge of the nearest crane, and the banner on the crane read...
Description: Aerial view of Camp Randall Stadium and Field House on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: An International Model G-61 tanker truck parked on a city street. The writing on the truck reads: "Texaco Motor Oil, Filtered Gasoline; Texaco Petroleum Pr...
Description: Exterior view of the North Town Apothecary.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Grafton Hall from the front.
Description: A group of children are holding up hand-made signs, demonstrating for "Snoopy for President." Snoopy is the dog belonging to Charlie Brown, a character in...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Night view with streetcars at the Capitol Square on Pinckney Street. Walzinger's Drugstore is one of the prominent storefronts on the left.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Exterior of Central House, later known as the Boscobel Hotel, with cars parked outside. The Order of the Gideons was founded at the hotel.
Description: "With continued pain in the right knee, the Fish Fry photographer is slated for a knee replacement on October 28 at The Kennedy Center, Mercy Medical Cente...
Description: Elevated view of town. The tallest building is the Jackson County Court House, the church near it is the Baptist Church, and the church across the street i...
Description: "This restaurant at 315 Washington Street in Horicon has had many different owners through the years. The latest owners call their place Barduccio's."
Description: An aerial view of Wonewoc.
Description: Reiner house on the 600 block of Williamson Street, built in 1851 by John J. Reiner with red brick from "Vet" Williams of Madison. John J. Reiner, who came...
Description: Children riding ponies in a roped-off area in a park at a Civilian Defense Rally.
Description: An aerial view of Kenosha in the winter.
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