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Description: Vertical view of the Tenney Building, located at the corner of South Pinckney and East Main Street.
Date: 1879 ca.
Description: Elevated view of ornate carriage and animal cage with tents and people looking on at the annual Wisconsin State Fair held at Camp Randall.
Description: Droster's General Motors truck, used to deliver groceries, meats and hardware to their customers. The store was sold to Schubering, ca. 1950.
Description: View of a Mid Century-style service station with two service bays and a sales room. Three gas pumps and the trunk of a car are visible and trees stand in...
Date: 1970 ca.
Description: A large crowd participating in a demonstration against the war in Vietnam, as seen from the steps of the Wisconsin State Capitol looking down State Street....
Description: Crowd of workers viewing two new Ford cars in the Madison Kipp Corp. plant, 201-231 Waubesa Street.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Richard "Dick" Lloyd Jones stands on Walker Court beside house at 617 S. Brearly Street. The Jones family home is in the background.
Date: 1894 ca.
Description: Pinckney Street, looking north.
Description: Composite panoramic view of the south side of the 400 block of State Street. Businesses include: Giuseppe's Pizzeria, a record store, Meuer Photoart House,...
Description: Five men stand near a box car labeled "Gratitude Train" on a flat bed truck parked in front of the Wisconsin State Capitol building. The boxcar contains gi...
Description: U.S. Post Office Building, 215 Monona Avenue, on the corner of East Doty Street and Monona Avenue (South Wisconsin Avenue until December 1, 1877; Martin Lu...
Description: Soap Box Derby Parade of Youth showing the Beaver Dam float and those from nearby communities. The Uptown Liquor Store and other businesses along the 100 b...
Description: Composite panoramic view of the north side of the 300 block of State Street. Businesses include: optometrist (closed), Neff's Beauty Salon, Wisconsin Blue...
Description: Wisconsin Centennial Parade near the Wisconsin State Capitol. The Mazomanie float is titled, "John F. Appleby Invents Twine Knotter in Mazomanie," and is p...
Description: Exterior view of the Fess Hotel at 123 East Doty Street, next to Badger Furniture.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: View of Savidusky's Dye House Company State, Paint and Paper Company, Schadauer's China Shop, a drygoods store and Chop Suey Restaurant. The view also incl...
Description: Two men servicing an automobile at the Lewis D-X Diamond Gas Station, 118 King at Webster Street.
Description: A mechanic discusses car repairs with a customer at the Schultz Tire and Battery Service, located at 1336 Regent Street.
Description: Aerial view of Pennco Field (Royal Airport), the shoreline of Lake Monona, and the surrounding countryside near the city limits.
Description: Lewis Arms, who is wearing his Navy uniform, poses with his mother Mamie (Arms) Hall, and his sister, Nedra Arms.
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