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Description: Elevated view of dirt parking lot between a road and the lake. Steam is rising from the lake, and the far shoreline can be seen in the distance.
Description: A man sits at master control in the WIBA radio control room, 111 King Street.
Description: Jane Koberstein talks to customer Mike Seaber at the Welsh and Aspinwall D-X station, 2035 University Avenue, during the Catholic Junior League all-girl ca...
Description: Mrs. Samuel L. (Nettie Wade Fant) Chase moved to Madison from New York City. Dr. Chase was a private practice surgeon. Their home was on Woodrow Street in...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: The West Madison Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul railroad station, with train cars on the tracks.
Description: Shows property ownership, store divisions, and bus stops. "Sept. 12, 1940." Oriented with north to the right. Insets: "Trade area" location map and enlarge...
Description: Charlotte Haugen, senior regent of the Women of the Moose, is shown with two young recipients of Bible Camp scholarships: Kenneth Wilke and Sharon Thompson...
Description: Portrait of Edgewood High School students who will play the roles of the magi in the play "The Journey of the Three Kings." They are, from left, Timothy Co...
Description: The Orpheum Theater under construction, 216 State Street, looking east at back side of buildings on State Street, with construction workers, truck and stea...
Description: Action shot taken during a University of Wisconsin inter-squad football game, showing two defensive members stopping fullback, Rob Radcliffe.
Date: 1889 ca.
Description: U.S Courthouse and U.S. Post Office from a map in the manuscripts division. Copyright Angell and Hastreiter.
Description: Four Lakes Secretary's Association officers attend a holiday dinner party. The women include Caryl Oakey, secretary; Laura Weinand, treasurer; Irma Kopan,...
Description: North Pinckney Street and East Washington Avenue from the Capitol roof. The American House, which burned down in 1868, is one of the businesses shown in th...
Description: Polio victim Barbara Woroch cares for her two young sons, Gary, age 3, and Gregory, age 1. Barbara was stricken with polio three weeks before Gregory's bir...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Family Shoe Store, 214 State Street. The Orpheum Theatre is to the left and the Photoart House to the right.
Description: Dr. John E. Hughes, optometrist, tests a patient's vision in his office at 112 E. Main Street, using an eyeglass lens machine.
Description: Retail clerk John Russell stands behind the counter at Rennebohm-Rexall Drug Store. Tobacco products line fill the shelves behind him and a packages of ma...
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: The dome is under construction and is just visible over the roof of a commercial building on East Main Street. Signs on the corner building on Main Street...
Description: Twenty-two men and women pose with their rifles in a indoor rifle shooting range.
Date: 1974-11 ca.
Description: Poster advertising El Dia De La Revolution, November 16, 1974, at Union South at University of Wisconsin Madison. Guest speakers include, Guadalupe Youngbl...
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