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Honestly can't even explain to you how much I love this picture...State Street in the 1950's!! Wish I could travel back in time right about now..

Honestly can't even explain to you how much I love this picture...State Street in the 1950's!! Wish I could travel back in time right about now..

I couldnt get enough of this city! I really did love learning about some of the critical architecture and landmarks in Madison. I read somewhere

Madison, WI

I couldnt get enough of this city! I really did love learning about some of the critical architecture and landmarks in Madison. I read somewhere

Memorial Union Terrace - Madison, WI Memorial Union Terrace The Wisconsin Union Terrace, often referred to as "the heart and soul" of the University, has enhanced the lives of members and visitors since it was founded in 1907. Terrace after Dark begins in June offering free music concerts including Jazz festivals and open mics. 800 Langdon St. Madison, WI 53706 Phone: 608.265.3000

Memorial Union Terrace - Madison, WI Memorial Union Terrace The Wisconsin Union Terrace, often referred to as "the heart and soul" of the University, has enhanced the lives of members and visitors since it was founded in 1907. Terrace after Dark begins in June offering free music concerts including Jazz festivals and open mics. 800 Langdon St. Madison, WI 53706 Phone: 608.265.3000

Then & Now Historic Art  State Street  Capital by ThenAndNowArt, $99.99

Then & Now Historic Art State Street Capital by ThenAndNowArt, $99.99

Insiders' Guide to Madison, Wisconsin: http://www.midwestliving.com/travel/wisconsin/madison-wisconsin/insiders-guide-to-madison-wisconsin/#

Insiders' Guide to Madison, Wisconsin

Insiders' Guide to Madison, Wisconsin: http://www.midwestliving.com/travel/wisconsin/madison-wisconsin/insiders-guide-to-madison-wisconsin/#

State Street in Madison, Wisconsin, in late summer of 1956.  Marilyn Monroe stars in her "new hit movie" - Bus Stop (released August 31, 1956).  Ironically, a classic old bus is at a bus stop at the corner.  (I rode these almost daily as a kid through my teens, the the color scheme was different in my hometown.)  And how many theaters across the country in the 50s were named "Orpheum"?!  Montgomery Wards?  Long gone.

State Street in Madison, Wisconsin, in late summer of 1956. Marilyn Monroe stars in her "new hit movie" - Bus Stop (released August 31, 1956). Ironically, a classic old bus is at a bus stop at the corner. (I rode these almost daily as a kid through my teens, the the color scheme was different in my hometown.) And how many theaters across the country in the 50s were named "Orpheum"?! Montgomery Wards? Long gone.

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