A Milwaukee Journal article which provides information about the William Plankinton mansion, the Plankinton family, and the structure's time as an icon on the Marquette campus, written upon the event of the building's pending destruction.
A circa 1923 view of the William Plankinton mansion, at that time the Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Hospital, flanked by John Plankinton Mansion, in the background, to the left, and the School of Dentistry (behind).
Main entrance and north facade of the William Plankinton Mansion at the time of its destruction, 1969-1970. To the left, the College of Engineering is visible, as is the Dental School in the background.
The William Plankinton Mansion, located on the corner of 16 Street and West Wisconsin Avenue, circa 1930. A sign above the main entry notes the building was then serving as the Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Hospital.
Northeast view of the first floor main hall staircase in the Elizabeth Plankinton Mansion, displaying the intricate woodwork of the stairs and ceiling, which was found throughout the home, circa November 1973.
Individuals protest the demolition of the Elizabeth Plankinton Mansion, which was demolished before the proper permits were acquired, on the corner of 15th Street and West Wisconsin Avenue, October 1980.
Elizabeth Plankinton Mansion; Jesuit Residence, Marquette University; Walter Schroeder Hall, Marquette University;
Aerial view of the Elizabeth Plankinton Mansion as seen from the west side of the building. The Knights of Columbus addition is visible at the rear of the building; the Jesuit Residence and Walter Schroeder Hall are visible to the west in the...