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Description: This barn belongs to Sue Mitchell, at 502 Mayville St., in Theresa Village limits. At one time, William Frings operated a milk delivery business out of thi...
Description: Exterior view of Ludden's Poultry and Eggs from the dirt road. The shop features a porch, gable roof, and fenced yard. There are wooden crates and barrels...
Description: Three young women anticipate the fall sports program at the YWCA. They are, left to right, Marilyn Erhardt, 419 West Johnson Street, Betty Olson, 425 Hawth...
Description: St. Joseph School won the championship of the Madison Parochial softball league by defeating St.Raphael School in the final game of a three-way playoff. Th...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Walkway and stairs leading to Bascom Hall (formerly Main Hall) on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Trees and bushes are planted on the lawn betw...
Description: African American woman tending to her plot in the McCormick Works' garden. The garden was one of several factory gardens created under International Harves...
Description: Group portrait of the championship winning Mallatt Drugs junior boys baseball team. First row from left are Jim Mahoney, Bob Walsh, Phil Green, Bill Mallat...
Date: date unknown
Description: Gothic revival style Trinity church Wall Street and adjacent cemetery. Modern skyscrapers stand in the background.
Description: View of a neighborhood with numerous smokestacks in the distance.
Description: Bedard in "exotic" New Year's Eve costume.
Description: Vignetted carte-de-visite portrait of Dr. John Maynard Woodworth (1837-1879), American physician and naturalist. In 1871, Woodworth became the first Surgeo...
Description: Group portrait of four father and son pairs. In the front row are Ed Francis, co-captain in football; Tom Hilsenhoff, softball co-captain; Tom McKay, track...
Description: Photograph of clock made by John Muir while a student at the University of Wisconsin in 1860. A young girl and Charles Brown of the Wisconsin Historical S...
Description: Two men looking under the hood of an International A-120 4x4 pickup. A camper trailer is parked in the background.
Description: Portrait of Minnie Owens, daughter of pioneer settler Nathaniel Owens, posing with a stringed instrument. She performed in Kentucky Juvenile Minstrels.
Description: "Paul Koecher is proprietor of the bar located at the intersection of Milwaukee Street and Mayville Road."
Description: Men walk on the snow-covered Fairbanks-Valdez trail in Keystone Canyon. Copyright by A.J. Johnson.
Date: 1872 ca.
Description: The Onon Bjorn Dahle Store with a pile of boxes to the left and a cornfield on the right.
Description: Parade with band and automobiles going up hill on Main Street past the arch.
Description: The old YMCA building in the initial stage of demolition.
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