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Date: date unknown
Description: Union High School, constructed in 1871. It later probably became a grade school.
Description: Crowd watching a circus performance in the street, possibly centered on a gorilla named Johanna according to the banner in the background. Sign for J.R. Mc...
Description: Men posed standing in front of the S.H. Van Gorden & Son General Merchandise Store on a snow-covered street. S.H. Van Gorden is probably standing on porch...
Description: View from sidewalk of a man and three women posed standing on the porch of a frame house among many potted plants. Probably the residence of the Parson fam...
Description: Union High School, constructed in 1871. It later probably became a grade school. Men, perhaps workmen, are sitting in the second and third floor windows, a...
Description: Group of men and boys posed outside the Miller Store. There is snow on the ground. The photographer's wagon pulled by two horses is at the left.
Description: Three men displaying four horses in front of a storefront, probably the Jones Lumber and Merchandise on Water Street.
Description: Woman sitting in a chair petting a cat in front of a house.
Description: View from road of three men, three women, and three girls, posed standing by the gate in a picket fence around a frame house. One woman is holding an infan...
Description: Two-story frame house with a full length porch and picket fence.
Description: Union High School, constructed in 1871. It later probably became a grade school. A man, woman and three children are posed sitting and standing on the step...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View from across street of a dentist office and Baptist Church along a road. Two horse-drawn carriages are being driven in opposite directions down the roa...
Description: Band following a flag with Union High School embroidered on it, parading west on Main Street, followed by a group of women.
Date: 1906 date unknown
Description: C.N. Oulie Jewelry Store located at 9 Main Street. Sign reflected in the window advertises the Wisconsin State Fair, September 10-14, 1906.
Description: Men and boys posed standing on the Harrison Street bridge next to the McGillivray Sash and Door Factory.
Description: The elaborately decorated house of W.R. O'Hearn.
Description: A stallion with long curly mane, owned by Jack Allison. Allison, a horse dealer from Taylor County, and the horse stand in front of the Post Office on Main...
Description: Billboard in front of the J.J. McGillivray Sash and Door Factory advertising "That funny old farmer Uncle Josh Spruceby Has made millions laugh. Opera Hous...
Description: Woman posed standing in the doorway of a house.
Description: Six women, six children, and a man examining a bobsled hitched to a horse.
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