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Description: A man sits in a rowboat. A shoreline with trees is visible behind the man.
Description: Man standing on the top of the stairway of the railroad switch control tower, probably just outside Sheppard, Wisconsin.
Description: Two cyclists round a turn on Jackson County Fairground racetrack. The grandstand and judges' stand is in the background.
Description: Four men sit in a boat near a rocky shore.
Description: Man leaning his feet on the switches in the railroad switch control tower.
Description: Cyclists turn a corner at the Jackson County Fairground racetrack. In the background, the judges' stand and grandstand are visible.
Description: Four men sit in a rowboat on a river. In the background, a steep, rocky shoreline is visible.
Description: Man, possibly Milton J. Harphold, sitting at a telegraph desk in the railroad switch tower.
Description: Cyclists in a race at the Jackson County Fairground cross the finish line near the judges' stand.
Date: date unknown
Description: Man with cans of milk at a building, probably a creamery.
Description: Sulky drivers and horses racing toward the finish line at the racetrack.
Description: A large group of men, women, and children gather in a field.
Description: Man posed standing on the stern of a boat which is partially sunk in the river.
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of a man, woman, and child sitting in a rowboat in front of a painted backdrop. Probably Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Schaick and their son, Sh...
Description: Tall horse and short horse drawing a covered-box wagon, probably the southeast corner of First and Main Streets.
Description: One sulky driver and horse leading another in a race.
Description: Men loading barrels on horse-drawn wagons, probably the Onalaska Pickling and Canning Company on Winnebago Avenue.
Description: A large crowd gathers under a pavilion in a field.
Description: Four men and three women pose on a wagon.
Description: A group of four boats, filled with people, row on a river.
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