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Date: 1965 ca.
Description: Mapleside, 3500 University Avenue. This historic home was later demolished.
Description: Martin Koll and Larry Dogs check out a horse pull on the Theresa Historical Grounds.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Twine mill with shipping platform at the McCormick Reaper Works, just after construction. The factory was owned by the McCormick Harvesting Machine company...
Description: Elevated view of the Wisconsin State Capitol building, showing steel work of North Wing under construction. Crowds of people are gathered on the lawn for t...
Description: Built in 1855 and designed by Milwaukee architect James Douglas, the Grace Episcopal Church is the oldest remaining building on the Capitol Square. Vertic...
Description: View from street of the storefront of C.O. Johnson Implement Company, an International Harvester dealership.
Description: Detail on the building at 214 West Washington Avenue that, over the years, has been the first synagogue in Madison (Shaare Shomaim or Gates of Heaven), a s...
Date: 1940 before
Description: Formerly the home of Alexander Mitchell, at West Wisconsin Avenue and Tenth Street; in 1917 it became the Wisconsin Club. Entrance gate in the winter. Wr...
Description: Fire Chief Edward J. Page (right) and Lieut. Albert Rogg standing next to one of three new Madison fire truck at the Central Fire Station, 18-20 South Webs...
Description: The Atwood / Buck-Neckerman house, at 210-214 Monona Avenue (now Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard). Built by David Atwood and his partner Royal Buck as a...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A sickle bar mower sitting in snow beside a wire fence, illustrating the hazards of improper equipment housing. A barn and other farm buildings are in the...
Description: "Dr. Greg Langenfeld congratulated Postmaster Paul 'Skip' Trauba when the new Theresa Post Office was opened."
Description: Parishioners gather at the entrance outside New Fellowship Church of God In Christ at North Eighth Street.
Date: 1951 ca.
Description: View down a road of the Osborn house and barn. To the right is Osborn Avenue. The photograph is taken from South Park, which was once a part of the Osborn...
Description: Silage operation near barn. A Westinghouse engine is powering the ensilage cutters. Men are posing near wagons. A house in the background on the right surr...
Description: View from the roof looking northwest toward Beavers Insurance Building, the Wisconsin State Capitol and First National Bank.
Date: 1980-10-06 ca.
Description: View from audience of President Jimmy Carter speaking at a podium. On the left Vel Phillips sits near an American Flag. A banner above reads: "Pres. Jimmy...
Description: Photograph taken to illustrate the jacket of a recording issued by the Capital Offenses, the blue grass band headed by Congressman David R. Obey of Wiscons...
Description: An interior view of the John George Ott home, 754 Jenifer Street, built in 1873. Ott, a Swiss immigrant, served as an alderman and county supervisor.
Description: View of Theresa main street including water tower. "The telephoto lens compresses the distance between telephone and light poles."
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