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Description: Exterior view of the home of Albert Marx.
Description: Henry Miller with his wife, three children, and sister-in-law, Lena Jaeger, chopping wood. Henry is sawing a log, while a woman is cutting wood with an axe...
Description: Exterior of the home of A.A. Dumez.
Description: Exterior view of the Cashton High School with bell tower. A woman looks out the window above the entrance, and a group of children and teenagers pose along...
Description: Madison Vocational and Adult Education School, 211-213 North Carroll Street. View of typing room from the back, featuring IBM typewriters. The ceiling fans...
Description: A row of Victorian dwellings stands opposite a dirt road, seen from the north side of Nathan Strong Park. The second home from the left was built in 1882...
Description: View from bluff of Cassville with the Mississippi River in the background.
Description: Merriman Smith, perched on a table with Dayton Moore in the press lounge. They are two correspondents who covered the White House.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Two children posed on porch steps with assorted garden produce. Probably from the International Harvester Co. Educational Extension Project.
Description: Ernst Schmidt has captioned this photograph, "The C. M. & St. P. train arriving at Zenda at 10:30 A. M. on Sunday, April 12. Alma, Edward and Conrad came u...
Description: A rustic birdhouse with four separate entrances is displayed on a tree stump with gnarled bark. On the reverse of the photograph is written "Prize bird hou...
Description: Newspaper photograph of the Robert Lamp home, 22 North Butler Street, built by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1903, and hidden in the center of one of Madison's upt...
Description: View of a covered bridge spanning the Delaware River. Signs on the bridge read, "$25.00 Fine for Riding or Driving Faster than a Walk on this Bridge," and...
Description: View of the village from the railroad tracks. There is a church among the cluster of homes.
Description: View down middle of commercial street. There is a hotel/ice cream shop on the right. Cars are parked along the curb on both sides of the street.
Date: 1961-09-19 ca.
Description: View from road of All Saint's Church behind a group of trees. The front entrance is on the right, with a signboard nearby listing times of the masses and c...
Description: Patrons are shown relaxing on the veranda of the Sagamore Hotel in Lake George, New York. The Sagamore opened in 1883 with luxurious and spacious accommoda...
Description: The Milwaukee Merchants & Manufacturers Special Train. A steam engine with several cars stretching to the horizon is sitting on the tracks in front of a pl...
Description: Frank family banquet at the home of Morris L. Frank, located at 611 Chapman Street. The family were Greenbush residents.
Description: "The Paul and Marion Trauba residence at 305 Park Street."
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