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Description: Five men and a woman holding a baby standing in front of a large, two-story wooden building, possibly a farm implement or feed store. Another man is posed...

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Description: Group posed near picket fence in front of a frame house. On the left is a single horse with a fly-net pulling a buggy. A man with a beard and holding a hat...

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Farm Landscape

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Description: Men, women, and children pose with buggy, wagon, and plow in front of a frame house surrounded by farm buildings in the countryside.

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Farm Buildings

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Description: View across dirt road of farmyard. A man on the left stands with two horses in front of a barn. In the center there appears to be two women sitting in a b...

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Railroad Bridge

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Description: Winter view of the railroad bridge over the river. There are signs and graffiti painted on the rocks below in the foreground.

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Description: View up snow-covered road towards a two-story frame house behind a fence. The road continues up the hill.

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Railroad Bridge

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Description: View across river towards a railroad train on a railroad bridge crossing the river. There are signs and graffiti painted on the rocks below.

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Logging Camp

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Description: Group of men posed standing and sitting on the snow-covered ground by an empty sled and in front of log buildings, several horse teams and a team of oxen.

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Description: View down dirt road towards a woman standing among large fallen trees next to two buildings. Two young girls wearing dresses and hats stand at the corner o...

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Description: Four men posed with lumber tools atop a load of logs on a bobsled pulled by a team of two horses. A man is standing near the team, probably James Abram Bai...

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Main Street

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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...

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Description: Three Ho-Chunk men posed standing outdoors in front of a seated woman, two buggies, and a tent. All the men are linking arms and wearing suit coats, jacket...

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Description: Large group of men posed standing in front of a sawmill. Three men are posed standing in a wagon pulled by a team of two horses wearing fly-nets. One man w...

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Crowd in Field

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Description: View from hill across dirt road and fence of a crowd of European Americans, and possibly some Ho-Chunk spectators. Horses are pulling buggies near the fenc...

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Falls House

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Description: Falls House, a little one-dollar-a-day hotel near the banks of the Black River at the corner of First and Fillmore Streets, built by Susan Gebhardt in 1886...

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Description: Group posed in front of frame house. Two men, two girls, and a woman are posed standing, and two boys are posed sitting on the ground. They all wear hats e...

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Merchants Hotel

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Description: View from street of two men posed sitting in a wagon full of grain bags and pulled by a team of four horses in front of the Merchants Hotel. L.S.Y. June, t...

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Description: Four men posed with lumber tools atop a load of numbered logs on a bobsled pulled by a team of two horses. A man is standing near the team, probably James...

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Description: A portrait of a young woman wearing a hat and dress, and holding a bouquet of flowers, standing in a clearing. In the background is the darkroom horse-draw...

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Description: Man posed sitting on a bobsled loaded with logs and pulled by a team of four horses. Another four men are holding logging tools posed next to the bobsled.

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