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Description: Mrs. Samuel L. (Nettie Wade Fant) Chase moved to Madison from New York City. Dr. Chase was a private practice surgeon. Their home was on Woodrow Street in...
Description: The William Pence House at 168 North Prospect Avenue, which displays English Tudor architecture in its steep angles and a half-timber framing.
Description: Three members of the University League look over the decorations for the annual dinner-dance and bridge party. Left to right: Doris Green, Mary Mohs, and...
Description: Six circular images on a glass plate negative from the Stirn Concealed Vest Camera. One of the images is of a black dog standing on its hind legs; another...
Description: Mrs. John (Esther) Mayer, on the left, with her mother Mrs. Harold (Iva) Marsh, at the Marsh home. Mrs. Mayer is staying at the home of her parents while...
Historic Name: Fred J. Goff House
Reference Number: 36897
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Elevated view of DeForest.
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