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Farmer's Market

Date: 1917
Description: Exterior view of the Municipal Market, which was built in 1910 but not operated successfully until July 1917 when it was run by a group of women from the D...

100 Block East Gilman Street

Date: August 02 1889
Description: View looking east down 100 block of East Gilman Street, from the intersection of East Gilman and North Pinckney Streets. The Mears House, 116 East Gilman,...

Sherman Avenue Bridge

Date: 1904
Description: View across Yahara River towards a group of people on the Sherman Avenue Bridge, with the old malt house in the background.

The First of the Nakomas

Date: October 30 1915
Description: Eighty-five Nakoma lot buyers enjoy a picnic in Nakoma, an outlying residential district. A quote on the print reads, "Go westward and grow up with Nakoma"...

Sherman Avenue

Date: 1916
Description: View looking northeast from the 2000 block of Sherman Avenue.

Conklin Ice House

Date: 1912
Description: Men harvesting ice at the Conklin Ice House on Lake Mendota. The men are using pike poles to slide the blocks to the conveyor and U-shaped tools to split p...

University Heights

Date: 1906
Description: View of University Heights, showing a number of university buildings on the agricultural campus, including a windmill. Lake Mendota is in the far backgroun...

Regent Street Highway Project

Date: 1935
Description: View of Regent Street from the intersection of Regent and Monroe Streets.

South Madison

Date: 1909
Description: View from the University of Wisconsin service building smokestack of south Madison, including Mills Street, Mound Street, and the Greenbush. Lake Monona is...

University Heights

Date: 1930
Description: Elevated view from Summit Avenue looking east over University Heights and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Campers on Picnic Point

Date: 1905
Description: Campers on Picnic Point. Tents are set up along the shore, under the trees. A few campers are in front of their tents. A canoe is barely visible on the rig...

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