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Description: View across Sid's backyard, with a shed structure in the background. In the yard are plants, trees, and sculptures which are surrounding a large, white, la...
Description: Marquette School student, signals a left turn, being tested for riding skills in front of the school at 510 South Thornton Avenue. The testing is along Spa...
Description: The first block of King Street and the three-story stone building at the corner of East Main and South Pinckney streets.
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: The Theodore Wilson residence, a brick house with a large porch, at 504 West Wilson Street.
Description: Save the Mounds demonstration around the Capitol Square against Assembly Bill 620. View looking up at the Flag and Standard bearers lined up behind the spe...
Description: Aerial photograph of the Westminster Presbyterial Church site on Madison west side, looking northeast along Nakoma Road at Yuma Drive and Seminole Highway.
Description: Elevated view of Sterling Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Construction of Wisconsin General Hospital is underway in the foreground.
Description: Madison West High School sophomore halfback Glenn Barry scoring the first of his two touchdowns against Kenosha in a football game at Breese Stevens Field.
Description: Lewis Arms poses with his sister and other children on Easter Day. Front from left to right are Nedra Arms (sister) and John Hall. From left to right behin...
Description: Exterior view of the Gallagher residence, a large brick house, located at 515 West Wilson Street.
Description: Madison observed Memorial Day with a parade and three memorial services. A Memorial Day address by Assemblyman Elmer L. Genxmer was followed by a wreath ce...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Aerial view of the Wisconsin State Capitol and the surrounding businesses.
Description: View from street towards the residence of Arthur and Sophia Pugh, 107 W. Gorham Street. Bridal wreath spirea bushes bloom around the open front porch, and...
Description: View down Pinckney Street to Lake Monona from East Main Street. Saint Julien Billiard Room (Fairchild Block) is in the foreground at right. Horses and carr...
Description: Grand opening of Cecil's Sandals. Judy Pellett, daughter of Cecil Burke and Isabel Burke,founders of Cecils Sandals, is wearing shorts and sandals and is...
Description: Elevated view of a large crowd gathered to welcome the 1st Regiment home from the Spanish-American war.
Description: Elevated view of the flagstone terrace. People sit at tables in the sunburst chairs. There are shadows of the empty chairs on the terrace as well as the s...
Description: The Levitan Building, 15 West Main, demolished in 1974 by the Affiliated Bank of Madison, property owner, and replaced by a parking lot and sidewalk alcove...
Description: University Heights looking northeast from Ely Place. In the background, the construction of the Wisconsin State Capitol dome is visible.
Description: Man delivering a block of ice to a residential home (150 Lakewood Blvd.)using an International D-300 Oscar Mayer truck with special streamlined body. The...
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