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Wisconsin State Capitol from 200 Block of State Street



Wisconsin State Capitol from 200 Block of State Street
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Title: Wisconsin State Capitol from 200 Block of State Street
Description: A view from the 200 block of State Street looking toward the Wisconsin State Capitol. This urban scene includes storefronts, theater marquees, traffic, and pedestrians.

Image ID: 1892
Creation
Date:
1939 
Creator
Name:
Hone, Harold N.
City, State: Madison, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Hone, Harold N., 1892-1970 : Photographs, ca. 1936-1940
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
This image is one of a larger collection of images by Harold N. Hone, taken for the Writer's Program to be used as illustration for Wisconsin: A Guide to the Badger State. The records of this WPA-sponsored project are housed at the Society, together with 679 negatives, most created by Harold N. Hone. By the 1930s, Hone was one of Madison's best portrait photographers. Home's images express a powerful and positive view of Wisconsin with a more personal view - peaceful and expansive - producing in his photo an almost idyllic vision, not only of the rural landscape but also of city streets, industrial plants, and recreational activities.
Subjects: Central business districts
Cities and towns
Wisconsin State Capitol
Marquees
Pedestrians
Storefronts
Automobiles
City traffic
Architecture
Architecture, Classical
Theaters
Outdoor photography
Billboards
Land use, Urban
Signs and signboards
 

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Please Credit: Wisconsin Historical Society.

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