Wednesday Night @ the Lab
"Historic Aerial Photography in Wisconsin: Discovery and Access Online" by Jaime Martindale and A.J. Wortley, Dept. of Geography and WI State Cartographer's Office
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
Aerial photographs are extremely useful research resources for visualizing how landscapes have changed over time. Wisconsin’s first comprehensive aerial flight was completed by the United States Department of Agriculture between 1937 and 1941. Originally archived at the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Robinson Map Library, these photographs have been digitally preserved and are now available for viewing and downloading online.