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Description: Architectural sketch by Madison architect Lewis Sieberz of the proposed new Madison Labor Temple, to be constructed at 335-341 West Johnson Street. The bui...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: The Tabernacle and attendees at the Monona Lake Assembly. The assembly, Madison's annual Chautauqua, was held on the site of the present-day Olin Park.
Description: View of the 200 and 300 blocks of State Street looking toward the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Stereo view of a lake scene in Madison, probably looking south on Lake Monona at a boat race in progress. From the series "The Beauties of the City of Madi...
Description: The Wisconsin State Employment Office, formerly the Capital City Bank, located on the corner of King and South Pinckney Streets.
On the left is Liggett's...
Description: Small telescope at University of Wisconsin-Madison Washburn Observatory.
Description: Etched glass windows over the front door at the Pierce house at 424 North Pinckney Street, built about 1857.
Description: Sketch of a tower, drawn by Frank Lloyd Wright, for the Monona Terrace Civic Center. The drawing is of a ten-story tower that would include office space a...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: The 125 foot tall Madison water tower stands in the middle of East Washington Avenue. On the right is a large business block occupied by the Amerika Publis...
Description: Cyanotype image of the Davidson house, on the corner of State and Lake Streets.
Description: Formerly a receiving vault, this storage building at Forest Hill Cemetery features cathedral Gothic design elements.
Description: Elevated view of University of Wisconsin-Madison Dolphin Club women in Lathrop swimming pool in a synchronized swimming formation.
Description: The Civil War eagle Old Abe became the trademark of the J.I. Case Company, manufacturers of steam tractors and other farm machinery. This tractor is at wor...
Date: date unknown
Description: Governor's Conference Room, in the Wisconsin State Capitol, from the front entrance, giving a view of much of the ceiling, with its paintings and murals by...
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Elevated view of North Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Science Hall, Lake Mendota and the city of Madison on the isthmus are visible in...
Description: "Living flag" created by the Kehl dancers on the steps of the third Wisconsin State Capitol. This close view permits better examination of the ornamentatio...
Description: First Congregational Church dining room showing stage, 1609 University Avenue.
Description: Exterior view of the State Office Building, 1 West Wilson Street. This Art Deco building was designed by Kirchoff and Rose for the office of the state arch...
Description: Bird’s-eye view map. Top of map reads: "To Show You the Campus ... and Gatewood's Book Store ... Further Instructions ... You Will Need No More". Bottom le...
Description: Group portrait of employees of the Madison News Agency, distributors of magazines and newspapers, in front of the business at 446 W. Gilman Street.
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