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Odd Fellows Hall

Date: 1930 ca.

Description: The Odd Fellows Hall, built in 1838, was the first to be built west of the Allegheny Mountains. The cornerstones were laid by P.G. Sire Thomas Widley, foun...

Date: 1902-05 

Description: Alexander Krueger standing amongst the grapes on the Paul C. Goetsch farm. A patch of strawberries grows next to the grapevines, as well as an orchard of p...

Date: 1878 

Description: Front of advertising card featuring a color illustration of a man using a Gale Chilled Plow (Albion, Michigan) with a donkey in a field. Another man is wal...

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Oxen Pulling a Cart

Date: 1902-05 

Description: Two teams of yoked oxen pulling carts used to transport logs to, and lumber from sawmills. There is a large, wood frame two-story building in the backgroun...

Date: 1915 

Description: Photographic postcard of a man and a woman pushing their automobile through the mud because the wheels are caught in large ruts. Their feet have sunk to th...

Date: 1908 

Description: Outdoor portrait of the Alexander Krueger family posing along a fence in front of a Catalpa tree. Jennie and Edgar Krueger sit on top of the fence while Fl...

Date: 1902-05 

Description: Alexander Krueger standing in a field with stacks of pine cord piled all around him. Branches from the pines litter the ground. Trees line the perimeter of...

Date: 1965-05-07 

Description: Drawing of a fly fisherman standing and baiting his hook for his fly rod while standing by a stream. Sid's poem for the imaginative drawing: "When the P...

Date:  date unknown

Description: An Ojibwa woman coils jack pine roots as she prepares to pack them. The roots will be used in the construction of a canoe.

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Man with Harrow

Date: 1919-06-03 

Description: Rear view of man walking behind an International spring tooth harrow pulled by three horses to cultivate a field.

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Harriett Grimm

Date: 1920 before

Description: Harriet Grimm speaking from a vehicle bearing a banner that reads, "votes for women." She is stopped in front of T.G. Mandt's wagon shop.

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Description: Two Native American infants wrapped in cradleboards. A woman is on the left holding one of the boards, which are propped outdoors in front of trees. This i...

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U.S. Special Forces

Date: 1961 

Description: View from rear of several shirtless soldiers running up a hill towards an Air America chopper about to land with a new supply of American soldiers in Ban H...

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Amacoy Lake Resort

Date:  date unknown

Description: A mother, father, and son pose outside of a cabin at Amacoy Lake Resort. The woman and boy are holding pint berry boxes of fruit.

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Gebhard Gable Barn

Date: 2004 

Description: Steve Gephard, and his dog, Roundhead, have lived at W2228 Cty Trk Y since 1989. His parents had a meat market in Allenton for many years.

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Description: Five men from the Civilian Conservation Corps Camp Petenwell stand together and smile for the camera. They are posed in front of a truck which is parked ne...

Date: 1891 

Description: Cover of an advertising catalog featuring a color chromolithograph illustration of a farmer working in a field with a grain binder. A young man holds a par...

Date: 1937 before

Description: Male and female students pose for a group portrait with their teacher (at right) in front of Banneker High School. The structure is made of brick and has...

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Alabama Sawmill

Date: 1902-05 

Description: Alexander Krueger and Ernst Goetsch standing along a railroad track leading to a sawmill. The mill stands at the end of the tracks. Trees are along the sid...

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Picnic with Friends

Date: 1961 ca.

Description: View of a group of people picnicking in a park at a picnic table. Plastic silverware, paper cups and plates, and a box of potato chips sit on top of the ta...

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