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Old School

They haven't always had color film. But UW-Madison has always had awesome things to take awesome photos of.

Vintage Athletics poster from the 1972 Wisconsin/Purdue Game

Dairy students packed into a UW-Madison lecture hall. c.a. 1900-1919

Same weather, different year. Thanks UW-Madison Archives for this 43-year-old shot of Linden Drive.

At this point, wed travel back in time just to have a sunny day at the Terrace.

UW Digital Collections shares some of Carson Gulley's famous recipes for "Pi" Day (1954).

#Students lined up along #Langdon to register for classes in the #RedGym. This would be either mid-term or #summer #school registration; fall registration was in the #FieldHouse. Photo: #UWArchives

Waisman Center: Celebrating 40 years of advancing knowledge about developmental disabilities #uwmadison

Early Computer at Medical School

Students on Memorial Union Terrace

The UW Horse Barn was most likely built in 1868 and extensively remodeled in 1899. Originally known as the farm barn, it is the oldest wooden structure on campus.

The Education Building. Constructed in 1900 and until the mid-1930s it actually housed the College of Engineering.

The Margaret Webster Shakespeare Company arrives at the Union Theater for its performance of "The Taming of the Shrew” in 1949.

Have you ever put some clothes on Abe?

Hockey players on ice rink on the current Library Mall in 1929.

Camp Randall was first used as a training facility during the civil war.

Passengers boarding bus at corner of North Park and State Streets, at base of Bascom Hill (before State Street became a pedestrian area), 3/25/1961.

Hundreds of balloons rise into sky over the passenger bridge connecting Vilas Hall and the Humanities Building over University Avenue, ca.1960s. Madison, Wisconsin.