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Description: Houses on the south side of the 2100 block of University Avenue. The address on the entrance at the far right is 2125.
Description: The first commercial pigeon hole parking unit in the world was built for the Harry S. Manchester department store, behind Manchesters at the corner of Wisc...
Date: date unknown
Description: Aerial view of Vieth's Park subdivision on the north shore of Lake Mendota.
Description: Ray-O-Vac building on the 2300 block of Winnebago Street.
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: The repair shop of the Madison Traction Company on Fair Oaks Avenue, with five streetcars and a team of horses in the foreground.
Description: Carol Commack Banks poses with Lewis Arms's aunt Mary. They are standing outdoors on a road, and there is a bridge in the background. The shadow of the pho...
Date: 1872 ca.
Description: View from the path leading to the entrance of the Wisconsin State Hospital for the Insane (Mendota Mental Health Institute).
Description: Four salesmen pose near an Oldsmobile car inside the showroom at the Pyramid Motor Company at 434 West Gilman Street.
Description: James M. LaValle, Winona, Minn., posed next to a passenger car. Mr. LaValle had the most seniority in the Madison Division of the Chicago and Northwestern...
Description: View of Capitol building from corner of Main and Carroll Streets.
Description: Two Madison sisters board a train to travel to out-of-state colleges. Mary Clare Koltes, left, is transfering from the University of Wisconsin to Rollins C...
Description: A winter scene with passers-by helping a stranded Madison motorist during a late winter blizzard.
Description: Cars park in a new parking lot at the former site of Washington School at 217 North Broom Street.
Date: 1958 ca.
Description: View of Martin's Tailor Shop and Cleaners at 419 State Street, owned by Martin Deutschkron. The following businesses are also visible: (at left) Ethel Wood...
Description: Harry Stiles and Converse Hettinger, two school safety patrol boys from Portage, Wisconsin on their way to a national safety patrol conclave in Washington,...
Description: Willett S. Main building, built in the 1850's, on the corner of State Street and West Mifflin Street, looking west down the 100 block of State Street. The...
Description: W.L. Pinney, general manager of the Madison Airport (aka North Street Airport) and the Midwest Air Transport Company, stands by the company's two seat "Sup...
Description: Front of S.S. Kresge variety store, 25 E. Main Street, Everett Shops Men's Clothing, 29 E. Main Street, and second floor and third floor businesses.
Description: Exterior view of the large Federal Building. Several pedestrians are visible, along with a horse-drawn vehicle. On the right is a Capitol Park Gateway.
Description: View down Pinckney Street to Lake Monona from East Main Street. Saint Julien Billiard Room (Fairchild Block) is in the foreground at right. Horses and carr...
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