Madison, Wisconsin 1855

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Wisconsin’s capital city was less than twenty years old when Samuel H. Donnel sketched it from the south side of Lake Menona. The Capitol, church spires, and business buildings can be seen in the center, and the first buildings of the University of Wisconsin appear at the far left.

The museum quality edition of this view is printed on a heavy, cover stock paper to highlight the delicate coloring of this fine lithograph.

Size: 12 1/4 x 18 1/2 inches – Color, Cover-stock Paper

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