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Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Walter M. Atwood's Drug Store, 1054 Williamson Street, from 1914 to 1945. The family lived upstairs until 1937. Signs in the windows read "Kodaks," and "U...
Description: Ralph and Phyllis Bodden pose on their farm.
Description: "Genius of Wisconsin" statue, which was originally sculpted by Helen Mears for the Columbian Exposition of 1893. It was later recreated in marble by the Pi...
Date: date unknown
Description: Front view of Saint Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church, dedicated on December 7, 1890. The church features a central tower and elaborate stained glass windo...
Date: 1946 ca.
Description: Visitors examining an International V-549 Motor Truck engine on display in International Harvester's exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry.
Description: View down street from the end of a bridge. On the left is a service garage, post office and millinery. On the right is a shoe and repair shops, and other c...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: View across lawn of the Mission Inn on Madeline Island, with a shoreline on the left.
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: A machine and repair shop, 228 East Main Street, shows an example of the Dutch style front. The shop was originally the Frank J. Fleckenstein residence.
Description: View of the barn at Black Point, which has a gambrel roof and large ventilator. The stone or block silo is on the right. An accompanying note states that t...
Description: The altar of the Grace Episcopal Church.
Description: View down a busy commercial downtown street featuring automobiles, cable cars, pedestrians, a restaurant, and the Hippodrome Theater which opened in 1914.
Description: View down middle of street in the central business district. A drugstore is on the corner on the left and a hotel on the right corner. Horses and wagons ar...
Description: View of Monsos Brothers Grocery & Crockery after most of the building was washed away by the flooding Black River. High, rushing water can be seen at the r...
Description: A large building has partially collapsed from a fire. Fire fighters, some of them standing on the roof of a building next door, aim large streams of water...
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: Three-quarter view of the Hotz cottage showing a side and the large porch which faced Europe Lake. The stone foundation is visible on the side; the porch h...
Description: Magazine illustration of home, titled as the "Soldiers' National Asylum at Milwaukee, Wisconsin". The building is in the background, and in the foreground...
Description: Color lithograph cover illustration for the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company catalog. Shows a courtroom scene framed with a draped American flag and th...
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: Advertisement for the Townsend heavy duty 12-20 horsepower tractor featuring three photographs of the tractor at work on a farm along with testimonies from...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: The Simeon Mills house, located at 222 Monona Avenue.
Description: A man holding a clipboard talks to a driver seated behind the wheel of an International C-60 truck parked in a loading area. The refrigerated truck was use...
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