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Description: Exterior of the 6th Ward School at 1237 Williamson Street. The building was designed by the Madison firm of Conover and Porter, and featured five turrets,...
Date: 1954 ca.
Description: E.B. Fred Hall, the first home of the bacteriology department, on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. A person is shoveling dirt in front of the bu...
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Stereoview of the organ inside of the Presbyterian church. This site is now occupied by the Masonic Temple.
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: 228 Langdon Street, built in 1871 for attorney J.M. Flower. From 1875-1899 it served as the residence of distinguished University of Wisconsin professor W...
Description: Exterior view of G.A.R. (Grand Army of the Republic) Memorial Hall at 118 Monona Avenue (Martin Luther King Boulevard). The building was three windows wide...
Date: 1848 ca.
Description: Sketch of the Madison Women's Seminary on the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and East Johnson. The Madison Female Academy was a 19th century school for girls w...
Description: The classically-columned Fraternal Order of Eagles clubhouse, 23 W. Doty Street, with a sculpted eagle on the roof.
Description: View down the 700 block of State Street towards the Truax Field Honor Guard marching past the State Barber Shop on Armed Forces Day. Park Street and the bo...
Description: Newly built U.S. Post Office on Monona Avenue.
Description: William Aspinwell, University of Wisconsin business manager of athletics, standing at the ticket window of the old ticket office at 711 Langdon Street.
Description: View of the Wisconsin State Capitol building and surrounding area from the construction site of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Humanities Building.
Description: The garden stairs of the Lucien M. and Mary E. Vilas Hanks residence, 525 Wisconsin Avenue.
Description: View of a man approaching the entrance to the Madison Free Library, 206 North Carroll Street. The library was built with Carnegie money and opened in 1906...
Description: Winter scene with four young women, probably University of Wisconsin students, standing with a cow snow sculpture.
Description: Parents and children, including Governor Goodland, seated in a movie theater to watch Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Description: Harley Davidson motorcycle, used as a service vehicle for the Madison Tire Company, distributor of Goodyear tires, at 205 North Bassett Street.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: 602 North Frances Steet. Property tax records indicate that the original part of this residence was erected in 1874 for attorney Burr W. Jones. It appear...
Description: Burnt timbers in the upper level of the Bradley House after the fire of March 17.
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison Nurses Dormitory, 1402 University Avenue.
Description: Madison's old Central Fire Station (1881-1904), 10 South Webster Street, with Police Station on the left. Probably photographed at the turn of the century...
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