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Description: "In 1974, Lomira had a tornado that damaged St. John's Church."
Description: View down street towards a brick building with a balcony on the corner. A man stands near gas pumps and a lamppost and a woman is crossing the street. A ca...
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...
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: John Hurda, left, and Russell Wepking pose with milk cans on a farm wagon. Hurda holds the reins to a team of two horses. There are two small sheds behind...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View of Strong Avenue, looking south.
Date: 1970 ca.
Description: A man is driving an International Scout Terra on a hill in a wooded area. Photograph was taken by International Harvester for Brandt & Assoc., Ltd. Photogr...
Description: The Nicolet Paper Company is seen at the end of the bridge.
Description: Two automobile service stations located on opposite sides of the street with stacks of tires, gas pumps and Penzoil signs.
Description: 802 North Jackson Street, with street signs on left. Cars are parked along both sides of the street and in front of the cathedral near Courthouse Square (n...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: View looking down stairway on steep hill with a rock wall at the lake and dock. Boats and an adult and child are visible on the dock.
Description: An overview of the power dam construction site from the west, showing the elevated trestle, coffer dam, and steam pile drivers. The concrete plant is visi...
Description: African American worker loading cargo into a railroad boxcar from an International truck as another worker sits behind the wheel. The truck was owned by t...
Description: Tenney Park breakwater and Lake Mendota. The city of Madison was able to resume construction at no cost. The construction company tearing up East Washingto...
Description: Helen and Fred Bandlow are off to their honeymoon.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Pilot John Kaminski racing a motorcycle at the fairgrounds.
Description: View from the top of a warehouse at the south end of 6th Street. There is a traffic jam on both sides of the viaduct. On the left, one man is walking on th...
Date: 1927-08-22 ca.
Description: The "Spirit of St. Louis", in which Charles Lindbergh made the first solo Atlantic crossing, arrives in Madison, where it was greeted by crowds.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Outdoor family portrait of the extended Krueger family at the Munzel Farm.
Date: 1965 ca.
Description: An International Scout truck, with top removed, parked in a field in front of a wooded area.
Description: Walkway near back of building with lawn and trees on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
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