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Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Stereograph; corner of Broad and Wisconsin Avenues. Built in 1870. E.T. Mix, architect. Victorian details decorate the six story building. A small pile...
Date: date unknown
Description: Governor's Conference Room fireplace, in the Wisconsin State Capitol, before restoration. The original mahogany walls were painted to lighten the room.
Description: View of the Springfield Savings Bank block from a park across the street including large trees. Published by The Old Corner Drug Store, number 36.
Description: Three men unload scrap metal from a truck in the yard of Landaal Brothers, an International Harvester dealership. Dealer Charles Landaal is standing at rig...
Date: 1894 ca.
Description: View of the Armory (Red Gym or Old Red) as seen from Mrs. Alden's on Frances Street, looking west toward Bascom Hill on the University of Wisconsin-Madison...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: A view of the city park with gazebo.
Description: Nashotah House, cloister looking north from the entrance to Lewis Hall.
Date: 1975-04 ca.
Description: "Irwin Silber, an editor of the 'Guardian'", a radical weekly newspaper, speaking to an anti-war rally in a square near a large sculpture.
Description: In 1926, the Cunningham family added a small filling station to the corner of their lot, where 1082 Main Street (Lodge Street today) intersects with State...
Description: Three-quarter view of the front and side of Sorgs Creamery, a rectangular brick building with a collapsing awning. A wagon with and umbrella and barrels pu...
Description: Located at 252-256 West Capitol Drive, this Tudor Revival-style structure was built as a residence in the early 1920s and was altered a few years later by...
Description: Exterior of house at 525 Jefferson Street. The first bathtub in Milwaukee, made of tin, was put into this house. A man in a horse-drawn sled is parked in...
Date: 1958-09 ca.
Description: University Hill Farms from an aerial perspective.
Date: 1888 ca.
Description: An interior look at the so-called Pierce home, located at 424 North Pinckney Street, at the corner of Pinckney and Gilman Streets. At the time this photogr...
Description: View across parking lot of Armory (Red Gym or Old Red) on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The gymnasium annex in course of demolition. There...
Description: The Eugene A. Gilmore residence at 120 Ely Place. Known as the "Airplane House", it was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1908.
Description: The Ludlow house, home of Arabut Ludlow and his family.
Date: 1951 ca.
Description: Pierce house at 424 North Pinckney Street.
Description: Color advertising photograph of a woman mowing the grass outside a suburban home with a 1450 Cub Cadet lawn tractor.
Description: View from street of three people standing in front of a small house. There is a small Oeil-de-boeuf window in the upper story. The windows have shutters an...
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