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Madison Female Academy

Madison Female Academy
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Title: Madison Female Academy
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 which is now mainly famous as the site of the first classes held on February 5th, 1848 by the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Image ID: 11698
1848 ca.
City, State: Madison, Wisconsin
Place File*
Genre: Drawing
Subjects: School buildings
Cities and towns
College buildings
University of Wisconsin

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