The Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Meeting House of the First Unitarian Society of Madison. (I heard organ music as I took this picture.) Wright was commissioned to design the building in 1946. Construction began in 1949, and the project was completed in 1951. An expansion project is currently underway.
I think this is the Lake Mendota side of the Elizabeth Waters Residence Hall. Designed in 1937, occupied in 1940, it remained a residence for women until 2006. Liz Water is "in the middle of everything", just as Middleton is "in the middle of it all".
UW-Madison's Science Hall . Constructed in 1887, it was the first completely fire-proof building on the campus. The first time I taught the UW-SLIS Reference and Information Services course (September-December 1997), the class met in one of the basement classrooms of this building.
A "blah" picture of the Memorial Union Terrace. Twelve hours earlier, this place would have been a mob scene.
Every time I see this side of Memorial Library, the following TV program comes to mind.
Bethel Lutheran Church, one of Madison's best examples of ecclesiatical architecture. Mom and Dad used to love to attend services here during their occasional visits to Wisconsin.
It was a very quiet morning on the Capitol Square.
The skyline view that locals love to show off to their out-of-town friends.
Biking through the Arboretum, I sometimes felt as though I was in Florence County in northern Wisconsin
Nakoma Normal Revival. Take a tour of homes in the comfort of yours. (Click on site 16 for more information about this beautiful house, built in 1929 for Louis Gardner, founder of the Gardner Baking Co .)