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Description: Woman sitting in a chair petting a cat in front of a house.
Description: A young Ho-Chunk boy and girl are posed standing in front of two Ho-Chunk women in front of a wooden building, possibly the Mission. The girl is wearing a...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: The building that housed the gallery of Van Schaick and the dental offices of Edward F. Long. Over the years, the building also accommodated a newspaper of...
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: View of crowd watching a parade. Elevated view taken from the Van Schaick studio; the same building housed the telephone exchange.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Large group portrait of workers, along with women, children, and dogs, posing on the frame of the barn they are building.
Date: date unknown
Description: A panoramic view of a Memorial Day parade/celebration as it rounds the corner of a street. According to text on the back of the print of this image, this c...
Description: Frame house and a barn in the countryside. There is a dog sitting on the porch.
Description: An outdoor portrait of a group of girls wearing hats, some holding baskets, standing in front of buildings.
Description: Wooden buildings in ruin. Overgrown bushes and piles of dirt are in the foreground.
Description: Billboards with advertising for the "Georgia Up-To-Date Minstrels" at the Opera House on Saturday, April 7. Bridge visible to the left. The J.J. McGillivra...
Description: Elevated view of town. The tallest building is the Jackson County Court House, the church near it is the Baptist Church, and the church across the street i...
Description: Woman with books posed standing on a board sidewalk, possibly in front of the William T. Price home.
Description: View down Water Street, with billboards advertising for the "Georgia Up-To-Date Minstrels" at the Opera House on Saturday, April 7. There is also a bridge...
Description: View across field of men posing near a picket fence. They standing near several wagons and horses near a two-story frame house and a barn.
Description: View down Main Street. The hardware store is on the corner on the left, the shoemaker shop is on the right, and the offices of "The Journal" are further do...
Description: View from street of Dr. Krohn Family Medicine Wagon pulled by a team of two horses in front of a crowd of people posed standing in front of the First Natio...
Description: Panoramic view from street of Martin Lein/Lien's funeral procession, showing Main and Water Streets before the flood of 1911. The procession includes sever...
Description: A panoramic view of many men gathered on the railroad tracks on an embankment, working to up-right train cars that have tipped over. On the right is a loco...
Description: Lumberyard with railroad lines and a sawmill, probably the Goodyear Mill, three miles south of Saddle, or a mill located in McKenna.
Description: Halcyon Brick Yard, men and a young boy are posed standing in front of and inside a wooden building with machinery.
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