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Description: Elevated view of a Findorff truck and earthmover and Madison Sand and Gravel truck standing ready to excavate for an addition to the Red Dot Foods, Incorpo...
Date: date unknown
Description: A man, wearing a fur coat, galoshes, a hat, and goggles is pretending to ride a bicycle that is covered by icicles. The bicycle is parked outdoors along th...
Description: Group of 22 people from Wilton, Wisconsin, who came by bus to donate blood to the American Red Cross Blood Bank.
Description: Kayser Motors, Inc. displays a row of cars in their booth at the East Side Business Men's Association Fall Festival.
Description: Lewis Arms leans out of the driver's side window of a 1936 Oldsmobile, which was owned by his friend Bert Rogers.
Description: View from from the Severson service station (currently Monty's Blueplate) of the Cinema Theater on Atwood Avenue. Snow is on the ground.
Description: Aerial view of west side, looking south along Glenway Street. Visible are the reservoir, Lake Wingra, Forest Hill and Resurrection Cemetery, Hoyt Park. Maj...
Description: Reiner house on the 600 block of Williamson Street, built in 1851 by John J. Reiner with red brick from "Vet" Williams of Madison. John J. Reiner, who came...
Description: Men doing a periodic rotation of the synthetic and recapped tires on one of the two cars parked in front of the Park Hotel and participating in the America...
Description: View at night across East Washington Avenue towards the exterior of Gisholt Machine Co., located at 1245-1301. The sign above the entrance reads: "Gisholt...
Description: Tree-lined State Street from Bascom Hill on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Traffic on State Street includes a well-dressed gentlemen on horseb...
Date: 1954-07-01 before
Description: Two teens and their instructor lean in under the open hood of an automobile to learn about its engine. Alf Koppedal (left) and Stewart Christensen (center)...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Florence (Bis) Lloyd Jones sits in the water at the edge of a lake, probably Lake Monona, wearing inflatable water wings.
Description: Bill Mickle, left, and Edwin Smythe pose with the motorcycle on which they traveled to Fairbanks, Alaska on a recently completed 12,000 mile summer vacatio...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Dr. William Jacobs residence at 142 Gilman Street.
Date: 1894 ca.
Description: Elevated view across open space with an oval track, looking towards Science Hall at the end of Langdon Street on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus...
Description: Elevated view of Wisconsin Foundry and Machine Co. road construction equipment, featuring a new portable rock crushing plant, on display at Wisconsin Road...
Description: An aerial view of University Avenue near the Veteran's Administration Hospital.
Description: Mrs. Donald O. (Faye) Nelson with her children, Tracy and Timmy, walk over the Rustic Bridge in Shorewood Hills while modeling new autumn fashions.
Date: 1889 ca.
Description: Wisconsin State Hospital for the Insane (Mendota Mental Health Institute)
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