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Old and New: Vol. 3

Make it a three-peat! Here’s the third installment of our Old and New photo series.

Chelsea Rademacher ’13
November 11, 2016

Make it a three-peat! Here’s the third installment of our Old and New photo series. To see just how much campus has changed — or in some cases, stayed the same — take a look at these then-and-now photos from some famous campus locales. And be sure to check out volumes one and two when you’re done.

Abe Statue, 1919 vs. 2016

Old photo courtesy of the UW Archives S02411

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Agricultural Hall, 1948 vs. 2016
Old photo courtesy of the UW Archives S16169

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Camp Randall Arch, 1925 vs. 2016
Old photo courtesy of the UW Archives S15529

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Chadbourne Residence Hall, 1959 vs. 2016
Old photo courtesy of the UW Archives S02482

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Chamberlin Hall, 1975 vs. 2016
Old photo courtesy of the UW Archives S02488

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Humanities Courtyard, 1978 vs. 2016
Old photo courtesy of the UW Archives S11590

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Memorial Library, 1950 vs. 2016
Old photo courtesy of the UW Archives S09523

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Bridge over Park Street, 1980 vs. 2016
Old photo courtesy of the UW Archives S10838

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Sterling Hall, late 1970s vs. 2016
Old photo courtesy of the UW Archives S05282

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Wisconsin Alumni Association, 1967 vs. 2016
Old photo courtesy of the UW Archives S02441

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University Club, 1929 vs. 2016
Old photo courtesy of the UW Archives S11636

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State Street from Bascom Hill, 1970 vs. 2016
Old photo courtesy of the UW Archives S08690

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