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Peter Lagacy Family

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Description: The family of French-Canadian immigrant Peter Lagacy, posing with produce, including a large cabbage, potatoes, and carrots, in front of their log farm hom...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Group of small cabins on a slope, with a picnic table on the left, and an automobile on the right. A group of three women and two men posed in front of the...

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Description: The log who was made King of Logs is here entombed
eight round, ten long

For his design, the strengthened forest
capriciously outgrew them all...

Date: 1910 ca.

Description: View along shoreline of man examining a rowboat while crouching in the water wearing boots. Behind him is a ferry. There are several men on the shore watch...

Date: 1962 ca.

Description: Slightly elevated view from lawn of a large crowd of African American men and women walking up a sidewalk. Some of the people in the crowd appear to be sin...

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Eating in a Tent

Date:  date unknown

Description: Group of men and one boy posed sitting on benches on either side of a long table for a meal in an open-sided tent on the banks of a river. In the backgroun...

Date: 1964 ca.

Description: A group of African-American children pose outdoors on and in front of a pickup truck during Freedom Summer. Likely at the Freedom School, Priest Creek Bap...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Exterior view from street of a house in a residential neighborhood. A carport or porte-cochere is on the left of the front porch. Two women stand in the ya...

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New Bath House

Date: 1938 

Description: View of the new bath house at Devil's Lake State Park, taken from the pier. Two small boats are pulled up to the shore and two girls are wading in the wate...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Man posing sitting on farm equipment, probably a grain-binder, pulled by a team of four horses in the driveway of a large two-story frame house. A man is s...

Date: 1967 

Description: A horse-drawn carriage carrying visitors is coming through a covered bridge at Stonefield Village.

Date: 1938-10-13 

Description: A man sits behind the wheel of an International D-30 fire truck in front of the Tama fire station. There is a ladder attached to the side behind the driver...

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Street Scene

Date: 1926 

Description: View down retail street. Shops and parked cars are on either side. On the side of a shop on the left there is a hand painted advertisement for the selectio...

Date: 1887 ca.

Description: Wisconsin National Guard First Light Battery A from Milwaukee at Camp Douglas. A team of horses pulls a small wagon. There are trees and bluffs in the back...

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Crowd on Sidewalk

Date: 1962 ca.

Description: Slightly elevated view from lawn of a large crowd of African American men and women walking down a sidewalk. Cars are driving along the tree-lined road in...

Date: 1908 

Description: Photomontage of two men riding a giant ear of corn resting on a large, flatbed horse-drawn cart. The driver is standing on the corn, preparing to whip the...

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Women in Buggy

Date:  date unknown

Description: Two women posing sitting in a buggy pulled by a horse wearing blinders and a fly-net. The two women have turned sideways in their seat, and one of them is...

Date: 1931 

Description: View from shoreline of a crane lifting machinery to workers at the top of the bridge during construction. Words on the crane reads, "Stevens Brothers and S...

Date: 1885 ca.

Description: Elevated view of the "Dell Queen" entering the Narrows via Devil's Elbow as Hattie and Nellie Bennett look on from an overlook on the shoreline.

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V-J Day Celebration

Date: 1945-08-15 

Description: Automobiles and police officer on West Mifflin Street. Celebration of V-J Day August 15, 1945, the day on which the Allies announced the surrender of Japan...

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