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  • Historic USGS Topographic Maps of Wisconsin

    The UW Robinson Map Library partnered with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) in a pilot project aimed at digitizing the entire collection of Wisconsin's topographic maps. This scanning project resulted in a digital archive of over 2,000 ma…

  • Women’s March, January 21, 2017

    On Saturday, January 21, 2017, more than 100,000 people gathered at the Wisconsin State Capitol, as part of the Madison Women's March. This was one of 653 of "sister marches" across the United States coinciding with the Women's March on Washington.…

  • The Taylor Brothers Photographs

    The photographic images in this collection were taken by the Taylor Brothers photographic studio of Adams County, Wisconsin, circa 1910-1930. In 2001, Murphy Library, UW-La Crosse received the collection as a donation from a private estate. There w…

  • Wisconsin Land Economic Inventory (Bordner Survey)

    Often called the "Bordner Survey" after its director, John Bordner, the Wisconsin Land Economic Inventory was a Depression-era project to inventory the land resources of Wisconsin so that they could be used more productively. Field workers, usually…

  • Madison Public Library Annual Reports

    This collection consists of the annual reports of the organization currently known as the Madison Public Library (Madison, WI). It begins with the earliest published report from the organization available, the 1879 ‘Annual report of the Board of Di…

  • University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum Collection

    Some 1,200 acres make up the UW-Madison Arboretum, located on the western edge of campus. Formally dedicated on June 17, 1934 by none other than Aldo Leopold, the Arboretum has been a model for ecological restoration. This collection contains resea…

  • History of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

    The History of UW-La Crosse Collection includes resources that document the history and evolution of this campus. The collection includes published material as well as archival materials and may eventually include additional books, manuscripts, sou…

  • Janesville's Past

    READ - Browse stories, chronologies and histories written by local authors. Century of Stories by Mike DuPre City on the Rock River by Carol Lohry Cartwright History of Janesville by Raymond E. Fenrick, 1969 History of Janesville 1835-193…