First Congregational Church exterior in South Milwaukee. Donor: Victor Craun-1965, Congregational Church, So Milwaukee.
An undated aerial view of Camp Randall and the surrounding campus and neighborhoods.
Postcard Collection, East Side. Left to right: The home of John and Clarice Arpin, the home of Daniel Arpin (John and Clarice's son), the Christian Science Church (formaly the First Congregational Chu…
Cement is poured during road work on University Avenue. The steeple of the First Congregational Church is visible in the background.
Postcard collection - Nekoosa. First Congregational Church in Nekoosa, built in 1893.
First Congregational Church located at 103 South State Street. Originally built in 1869 by the Universalists. Purchased in the early 1900's by the Congregationalists.
A color photograph of Camp Randall Stadium and the Field House taken from almost directly above, including parts of the engineering campus.
Parishioners in formal dress stream out of the front entrance of the First Congregational Church, on North Breese Terrance and University Avenue.