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Description: Man in a horse and wagon in town, possibly Henny Berg in front of the Cozy Corner Tavern after the flood of 1911.
Description: Woman and girl posed with a horse and buggy. Eckern's Store visible in the right background.
Date: date unknown
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: Rear view of horse and buggy pulling two men through town, man on the right possibly Bill Tester.
Description: Parade passing under arch at the intersection of First and Main Streets.
Description: Man driving a road cart and horse.
Description: Women stand on porch and near house in trees, while children sit for the picture on the lawn. One woman pulls a wagon. R. Rainey home, S.E. corner of 6th a...
Description: View from road of two men standing behind a fence next to a snow-covered frame house. A woman and young girl pose standing on the porch of a house two hous...
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...
Description: Two women in a buggy driving a team of two horses. Woman on the right is possibly Margie Sprester.
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: Group in A.F. Werner Drugstore wagon riding in parade. Wagon belonged to Ben Werner, one of the five Werner brothers.
Description: Band in wagon parading through town.
Description: Man in a wagon, leading another horse, which is probably a breeding stallion. Note that the horses' tails are tied up to keep them out of the mud.
Description: View across road of a boy and dog posed standing at the open gate of a fence in front of a large house. Probably the green house owned by Henry Ormsby on t...
Description: View across lawn of group posed in front of a two-story frame house. There is a woman sitting in a rocking chair, two women and a man are standing, a boy a...
Description: Man in a buggy driving a team of two horses through town, possibly Bill Testor who ran the Merchants Hotel. An automobile is visible in the right backgroun...
Description: Building along a street in town. Sign on one building advertises the Sparta Fair, August 24 to 27, 1897. Man and woman in horse-drawn wagon.
Description: Eight horses drawing a circus wagon in parade. Parade coming from the circus ground at the white pine grove in the bend of the river, going north on First...
Description: Man posing in a road cart, leading another horse.
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