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Description: Circular staircase at the Pierce Home looking up toward the chandelier. The home is located at 424 North Pinckney Street, and was built around 1857.
Description: View up hill of the public school, which is a two-story wood frame building with a belfry in the center of the roof. Stairs lead to the arched entrance, an...
Date: 1867 after
Description: 1868-1875. Founded by Dr. Joseph Salzman (featured in the vignette at left, teaching). Vignette, lower left, features St. Francis Seminary, founded in 185...
Description: View of Prospect Avenue. A group of men and a woman standing in front of the store, which is a two-story wooden building with shuttered windows, next to a...
Description: "Sal's on Main, is at 39 N. Main Street in Hartford, WI."
Description: Newspaper clipping giving information about the chapel. Above the article is a photograph of a meeting in progress.
Date: date unknown
Description: Elevated city view from the south featuring a river, bridge, and industrial buildings. Published by Willapa Drug Co.
Description: View from street of business district, with a hotel on a slight slope on the corner. The first floor is above street level, and another set of steps lead t...
Description: View of an intersection with the State Bank and another business on the left. A water pump is across the street from the bank. A hardware store and another...
Description: Photographic postcard of Stone Street. A car is parked in front of an auto repair store. Electric power lines run down the street, and a water tower is in...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Bread and Puppet Theater members protesting at General Motors Headquarters. A crowd of people wearing gas masks and hooded cloaks reminiscent of the grim r...
Description: Governor's Conference Room, in the Wisconsin State Capitol, before restoration. The original mahogany walls were painted to lighten the room.
Description: Exterior of a church. The building features a steeple with a cross and arched windows.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Sunbathers sit on a beach near businesses and summer homes. A line of automobiles is parked alongside the beach, separated from the sand by a low rock wal...
Description: A view of the facade and side of the St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church. The Gothic Revival-style structure has two steeples, the larger to the right...
Description: Flags and posters are displayed over King Street for the fifty year celebration. One banner reads: "1848 Wisconsin 1898." Pedestrians are on the streets an...
Description: View looking down between railroad tracks towards the depot with an oncoming freight train on a third track on the far left. A group of people are standing...
Description: Exterior view of the storefront of an International Harvester dealership with a truck parked in front. On the left is a chain-link fence, with a sign in th...
Description: View across street of a cash store on the left with a handcart near the door and automobiles parked at the curb. A gas pump is on the corner. In the backgr...
Description: The 400 Cass Street gas station was first constructed in 1928 and later became a Pure Oil station, when it was reopened by Henry Ott, in 1937.
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