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Description: Crowd watching a railway crane lift a boxcar back on the track from the Chicago and Northwestern Railway.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Corner of Main and First Street. The first two buildings on the southwest corner are Abraham Meinhold's dry goods and LeClair's hardware store. Next is A.F...
Date: date unknown
Description: A panoramic group portrait of Ho-Chunk men, women, and children, possibly gathered for a powwow. They are posed standing and sitting in a field in front of...
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: Team of two oxen in a yoke pulling an empty wagon without a driver on Main Street, although a line in attached to the yoke from above -- perhaps to put in...
Description: Three men bait the hooks of their cane fishing poles. They are standing on a wooden pier.
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: View of crowd watching a parade. Elevated view taken from the Van Schaick studio; the same building housed the telephone exchange.
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...
Date: 1889 ca.
Description: A farm family poses in front of farm buildings and farmhouse. The young daughters wear matching dresses. Men in the background stand with a team of oxen pu...
Description: Church, probably the Second Methodist Church, built in 1858 on the northwest corner of Fourth and Harrison Streets.
Description: Cyclists in a race at the Jackson County Fairground cross the finish line near the judges' stand.
Description: Horse and wagon in front of a storefront on Main Street with an elevated board sidewalk. Storefronts identified from left to right as G.G. Melbye Groceries...
Description: Small girl posed outdoors on a fur rug in front of an advertisement for the A.F. Werner Store. The poster is attached to a sleigh on a snow-covered street,...
Description: Men driving a circus calliope for a parade in town. A calliope is a musical instrument that produces sound by sending steam through whistles, originally lo...
Description: Team of two oxen and wagon, and two men on a road.
Description: Crowd of men dressed alike parading down the board sidewalk of Main Street, between First and Second Street. A hearse is on the street. Probably a Masonic...
Description: A man fishes from an earthen bridge. There is a house or barn in the background.
Description: A group of people gather along the shore of a river with a horse-drawn vehicle. In the distance, a railroad bridge is visible.
Description: Man posing in a light open buggy. The horse is harnessed in a way to permit speed.
Description: Elevated view of crowd on streets and sidewalks near an intersection watching a circus wagon pulled by a team of six horses in a circus parade in town.
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