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Description: An exterior view from front drive of Frank Allis' house. There is a young child in the yard on the right. In the background is a lake.
Description: Annette Wellers, Whitewater, hurrying off to class while Mildred Benson, Stoughton, arrives with groceries at the front door of the University of Wisconsin...
Description: Charter Street Garage 18 N. Charter Street, with employees of the business standing with customers' cars in for service.
Description: View from path through trees of observatory on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: Grand prize Brown Swiss bull at the Dane County fair
Description: Illustration of the second Wisconsin State Capitol, which was the first one in Madison.
Description: A cargo of oats is unloaded from a horse-drawn wagon with the assistance from a tractor, via a grain elevator at the Stock Pavilion on the University of Wi...
Description: View down tree-lined sidewalk along Park Street towards University Avenue on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Science Hall is on the right.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Monona Lake Assembly Auditorium and grounds. Designed by Morrison H. Vail of Chicago, built in 1900 by John H. Starck Co., John H. Findorff, vice-president...
Description: Triangle Super Service gas station, 635 South Spooner Street at the corner of Monroe Street. It was demolished so that Randall Bank could be built on the s...
Description: People gather to look over the remains of Natalie Troia's store at 102 South Park Street, after it exploded.
Description: House with an apparent Mediterranean, "High Renaissance" influence, 1122 Sherman Ave., built by Joseph E. Messerschmidt in 1922.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Exterior of Washburn Observatory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, showing telephone wires.
Date: 1951-03-01 ca.
Description: Governor Walter J. Kohler, Jr. signs a bill that would liberalize state housing loans to veterans. The legislators grouped around him in the Governor's off...
Description: View from across street towards the upper facade of the Madison Hotel, on the corner of North Pinckney and Mifflin Streets. Storefronts in the building inc...
Description: A sign for the Wisconsin Engraving Company, 109 S. Carroll Street hangs over the sidewalk.
Description: Pinckney Street view with the edge of the Capitol grounds on the right. A streetcar is in the center of the street. Storefronts with their awnings over the...
Description: The Bashford House at 423 North Pinckney Street, built in 1857 by Napoleon Bonaparte Van Slyke.
Date: date unknown
Description: Governor's Conference Room, in the Wisconsin State Capitol, before restoration returned it to the original mahogany.
Description: View from below, looking up at a spiral staircase located within the Pierce Home at 424 North Pinckney Street.
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