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Description: View of the setting sun shining through trees in a forest. Shrubs and plants line the forest floor.
Description: View down Main Street. Osward's restaurant is on the far left. The post office and a plumbing shop are on the right.
Description: View down pathway in wooded area, which crosses over a wooden pedestrian bridge.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View from shoreline of steamboat. The letters 'J.S.' can be seen at the top of the boat. There are many passengers on board. Two men stand in the foregroun...
Description: Group portrait of a Muscoda Public School picnic. Emma Schmitt (later Mrs. Sherwin Gillett) is on the far left of the top row. The 1905 Wisconsin Census ha...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View of three boats on a shoreline with the covered bridge near Boscobel spanning the Wisconsin River in the distance. The text in the lower left corner re...
Description: Three people stand in the farm yard. The man on the right is feeding chickens, a woman in the center stands holding an apron. The man on the left is carryi...
Description: View down sidewalk towards a sign that says "... and Lodging England's" for a boarding house is on the extreme left. Next to the sign is a building with a...
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: Lutheran church with a fence and trees in front. There is a shed with a ladder propped against it behind the church.
Description: Exterior of the Wright House hotel located at 100 N Madison Street. Men pose near the entrance of the building. The Philipps House is located next door.
Description: The Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad stone crusher. There is a large group of workmen posing along the work site.
Description: Rows of tombstones at the cemetery. The gravestone of Myrtle Schmelz is legible.
Description: View of town. There is a cemetery in the foreground.
Description: Exterior of high school. The sign on the building reads, school - 1911. Construction debris litters the front of the building.
Date: 1971 ca.
Description: Slightly elevated view of a central business district. The theater marquee on the left reads: "The Concert for Bangladesh." Across the street on the right...
Description: The Adams Patent Wheel Co on Front Street along the C.B. & Q. Railroad. There are seven men and a young boy posed near four different open doorways.
Description: View down hilly unpaved road between two fenced fields. There are telephone poles with wires on either side of the road, and an automible near the top of t...
Description: View down Main Street. On the left is a barn covered with circus broadsides. Across the street is a building with a storefront and awning, and a sign that...
Description: Apiary of 92 colonies owned by N.E. France, a celebrated beekeeper. In the center is the frame of the 10x10-ft extracting house.
Description: Man sitting in driver's seat of a Skelly Truck promoting itself with banners and streamers. In the background on the right is a church.
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