Archives: August 2012

August 30th, 2012

The first classes at the UW Madison were held in the winter of 1849 and with an class of only 17 students, dormitories were not a pressing need. But, by […]

August 20th, 2012

Nash, the American Motor Company, The Rambler. Solar lamps, wagon works and underwear. Starting in the 1850s, Kenosha, situated on the banks of Lake Michigan, became the home to various […]

August 17th, 2012

Many Madisonians are familiar with the distinct cursive logo or perhaps the starkly angled building on Fordem Avenue of Webcrafters, the long established, family-owned printing company on Madison’s near Northeast side. But, what many may […]