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Date: 1939 ca.
Description: The Benjamin Franklin Hopkins house, 142 East Gilman Street, built by Hopkins about 1850. The house was later owned by Dr. William Jacobs. The square bay...
Description: Several men pass through the locks at the Lake Mendota entrance to the Yahara River.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Hotel Madison, on the north corner of Capitol Square with a Madison Traction Company car in the foreground.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: A lithograph of the Grace Episcopal Church with the Wisconsin State Capitol in the background.
Description: Banners and caricatures of the Marx Brothers adorn a streetcar advertising the film "Animal Crackers" at the RKO Capitol Theatre.
Description: Louis and Henry Harder and Mr. and Mrs. Schildhauer pose by a tree with their bicycles parked nearby. They were probably resting during a bicycle ride on M...
Description: View of the John Castle dairy farm, located off North Sherman Avenue near Darwin Road. The barn has its wall boards removed revealing a wood beam frame, a...
Description: A barn on the Quaker Oats farm on 4202 Monona Drive. A sign above the barn door reads: "Branch Warehouse of William Le[?] Warehouses, Public Bonded Warehou...
Description: Baron Brothers department store, 12-18 W. Mifflin Street, also known as the Mendota Building, and The Hub, 22-24 W. Mifflin Street, and H. Cushman shoes (p...
Description: Doty Street side of post office and courthouse nearly completed. Three automobiles parked at the curb in front of the building.
Description: Elevated view above State Street of the Capitol Theatre, with construction nearly completed.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: An elevated view of the Oscar Mayer plant.
Description: Elevated view of the 125 vehicles which were used in Wisconsin's first civil defense support battalion test in Madison. The vehicles were parked on Monona...
Date: date unknown
Description: Exterior view of the school in which Ella Wheeler Wilcox taught. It was destroyed by fire in July, 1926.
Description: Ann Emery Hall, 260 Langdon Street. Built in 1930, this five-story brick independent women's dormatory was designed by Madison architect Frank S. Moulton...
Description: Madison Bank and Trust Company, 23 West Main Street; the F& W Grand Store (in the Levitan Building), 15 West Main Street; and the Walk-Over Shoe Store, 25...
Description: Group potrait posed in a horse-drawn carriage outside the David Atwood House, at 204 Monona Avenue. Caption on back of photograph reads: "Group of ladies i...
Description: Residences and the Methodist Church located on the eastside of Wisconsin Avenue between Gorham and Johnson streets.
Description: An addition with a honeycomb look to a mausoleum at Forest hill Cemetery.
Description: Site of the first dairy school. University of Wisconsin-Madison. Men are working near a wagon parked in front of the building.
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