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Date: 1945 ca.
Description: View of St. Raphael's Cathedral on West Main Street.
Date: 1932-02 before
Description: Engraving by Charles Silver to mark the passage of Wisconsin's Unemployment Compensation Law, the first in the nation.
Description: Two Ho-Chunk women walking on the board sidewalk on Main Street at the intersection of Main and Second Streets. They are both wearing shawls wrapped around...
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: A view of the Indian Agency House near the site of Fort Winnebago. Built in 1832 for the Indian Agent to the Ho-Chunk Nation (Winnebago) John Harris Kinzie...
Description: Front view of a man holding the reins of two horses hitched to a sled loaded with logs on a snowy path in or near Vinette's logging camp.
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: The home of the Ludwig M. Krubsack family.
Date: date unknown
Description: A stallion with long curly mane, owned by Jack Allison. Allison, a horse dealer from Taylor County, and the horse stand in front of the Post Office on Main...
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: View of Memorial Baptist church.
Description: View down railroad tracks of the exterior of the Mazomanie train depot. Two sets of railroad tracks are crossing a dirt road in the foreground, and a railr...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Children in the backyard of the Walker mansion. Buildings along the west side of the 600 block of South Brearly Street including Monona Apartments can be...
Description: Scaffolding enclosure around "Wisconsin" statue, at the Wisconsin State Capitol, during 1990 restoration and regilding of the sculpture.
Description: Jacques Vieau, agent for the Northwest Fur Company of Montreal, built a trading post here in 1796, on what is now called Jambo Creek after the nickname the...
Description: A view of the Portland Observatory and nearby houses. The observatory is a hexagonal brick building built in 1807 surmounted by a fenced walkway, a domed...
Date: 1930 after
Description: View of bridge and Brule River monument. Placed where the Brule River is crossed by the Memorial Highway from Superior to Brule and Ashland (Highway 2).
Description: International KBR-10 truck belonging to St. Louis Fire Department at the scene of fire. Original caption reads: 'KBR-10 149" wheelbase, double reduction re...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The Rahr Civic Center, formally the Vilas-Rahr house.
Date: 1928-03-17 ca.
Description: Interior of Firestone Tire Store, perhaps on N. Jefferson Street, north of E. Wells Street. Displays of merchandise including tires, tubes and other auto p...
Description: Elevated panoramic view of the isthmus and the Wisconsin State Capitol building from the corner of Mifflin and State Streets. Lake Mendota and Lake Monona...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: The Keenan House at 28 East Gilman Street, which was the residence of Dr. George Keenan, Chauncey Williams, and Col. J.H. Knight, and today a Madison landm...
Description: A view of the Price County Jail.
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