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Description: Seven coal delivery trucks and six drivers parked in front of eight different coal silos (Kathleen, Enos, St. David, Orient, Waukeegan, United, Pocahontas...
Description: Arthur Santell pulls three Pontiac automobiles, each with a man on the running board, with his teeth in front of General Auto Service and Henry Motor Co.,...
Description: Kenosha Aerie Eagles Conventioneers marching in their 46th annual parade, on East Mifflin Street. Manchester's store, at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and...
Description: Exterior view of Ripp's DX service station, 2101 North Sherman Avenue in Madison. To the right of the station is a house at 1710 Winchester.
Description: A workbench is pictured on which the desks for the first state constitutional convention in 1848 were made by Deming Fitch, its former owner. Mr. Fitch, wh...
Description: Madison branch of the Filmite Oil Corporation building (a Trachte metal building), located at 828 East Main Street. Also pictured is W.K. Wilson, warehous...
Description: Newsstand in the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific railway depot, 644 West Washington, displaying soft drinks, tobacco products, and reading materials...
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: The corner of West Main and South Carroll Streets with businesses and horse-drawn wagons. Building at the corner is the Fox Block built in 1856, renamed Y...
Description: University of Wisconsin's summer session band, conducted by Robert Fleury, performing on the Memorial Union Terrace.
Description: Portrait of Vere Fiedler, who recently became the new Madison District highway engineer.
Date: 1898 before
Description: Elevated view of a man leading a circus elephant on Main Street. On the opposite side of the street is a crowd watching from behind the iron fence on the C...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: The Madison water tower and farmers' market as seen through the stone gateway at the East Washington Avenue entrance to the Capitol Park. The building on...
Date: 1927-08-22 ca.
Description: The "Spirit of St. Louis", in which Charles Lindbergh made the first solo Atlantic crossing, arrives in Madison, where it was greeted by crowds.
Description: Two company trucks park in front of the Evenaire Company "Controlled Temperature" building, located at 1976 Atwood Avenue. Photograph used in an advertisem...
Description: Cars park in the Pyramid Motor Company used car lot at 721 University Avenue. The Standard Oil Company service station sign can be seen in the background...
Description: Three men loading two L.L. Olds Seed Co. trucks with out-going mail, at 722 Williamson Street.
Description: Hospital heating building at Truax Army Air Field, from the east side.
Date: 1872 ca.
Description: Front view of the Wisconsin State Hospital for the Insane (Mendota Mental Health Institute), a large stone building five stories high with a porthole windo...
Date: 1948 after
Description: A Wisconsin Central Airlines pilot walking toward a twin-engine Lockheed 10A airplane parked on the runway at Truax Field.
Description: People involved in the Earl Warren United States vice-presidential campaign standing in front of the campaign train shortly after its arrival at the railro...
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