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Description: Photographic postcard with views of Walmar Lodge, with two cottages and the Wisconsin River as seen from the lodge.
Description: Group of people posed on the steps and porch of a cottage. The cottage has a wrap-around porch, and there is a swing between two trees on the left. A man a...
Description: View from below of Walmar Lodge. A hammock is in the foreground.
Description: View across road towards the main office at Nettland's Roll Inn. The building is of chink log construction with the round logs overlapping at the ends. Can...
Description: View of an elevated guest cottage on the slope of a hill with two entrances, one at the front with steps leading up to a porch, and one at the back, at Pin...
Description: A restaurant with open-air patio seating at the Glenco Resort.
Description: View across lawn of a group of women and one man. The guests of the hotel are relaxing under the trees on the lawn of the resort. A man and a woman are hol...
Date: 1903 date unknown
Description: View of the Navy Yard located on the Wisconsin River.
Description: Screened-in porch side of Walmar Lodge. A bench is under the trees, and an automobile is parked on the left.
Description: View down road with the Nettland's Roll Inn on the right. An automobile is coming down the dusty road towards the inn, which has an "EAT" sign handing over...
Description: View from street of a sign hanging at 211 Broadway, advertising the Winnebago Indian Village, which was managed by Pipe Dyer.
Description: The Coldwater Canyon Hotel tennis court, with two men playing tennis.
Description: A man, woman, and child pose by a car near a tourist camping stop.
Description: The photographer's son, Cary Bass, and a dog on a rock formation in the Wisconsin Dells near the Wisconsin River. In the background there is writing on a r...
Description: Unidentified boy, probably at Winnebago (Ho-Chunk) Indian Village.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: The interior of an enclosed tourist motor launch, possibly the Seagull. Coach type seats line the sides. A glimpse of water and shoreline is visable...
Description: Exterior view from road of the White House Hotel. There is a trellis with four columns at the sidewalk entrance that leads to a long porch with rocking cha...
Description: Hand-colored group portrait of Camp Fire girls and a man dressed in Ojibwa-style floral embroidered/beaded clothing and a Plains Indian feathered headdress...
Description: Debby Reese takes a photograph of Lisa Reese and Avery Lone Tree at the Winnebago Indian Village.
Date: 1965-03-16 before
Description: Anthony Wise in a necktie and hat standing next to a Native American wearing a feather headress, on a boat adjacent to a dock.
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