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City's unique old British castle built here in pioneer days by rich Englishman

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Headline: City's unique old British castle built here in pioneer days by rich Englishman

Main Heading: Architecture

Sub Heading: Buildings

Article Date: 1928-1-01

Newspaper: Wisconsin State Journal

City: Madison

County: Dane

State: WI

NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ARTICLE

Brown, Timothy

Dye, Dr. / Mayor A. A.

Sengers, H. A.

Sullivan, Dr. Arthur G.

Thompson, Dr.

Walker, Benjamin

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Collection: Wisconsin Local History and Biographical Articles (WLHBA) Collection

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