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Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Jefferson School, built on the site of the first cemetery in Janesville.
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: View, from a distance, of Fulton Street in Edgerton. A church is in the distance.
Date: 1887 ca.
Description: The Kimball and Lowell Hardware Store located on the corner of Franklin and Milwaukee Streets.
Description: Group of men, women and children gathered in a hops field, possibly that of Paul Saavles. The women wear hoods.
Description: In 1844 Joseph Goodrich founded Milton Academy and built the first gravel and mortar building in the town. (Note that the Milton House is often called the...
Date: 1893 ca.
Description: Looking northwest from the Methodist Episcopal Church, Main Street, with trolley track running down the center of the street.
Date: 1865 ca.
Description: Milwaukee Street looking west with small dog in foreground.
Description: This map shows landownership and acreages, lot and block numbers, roads and railroads, marshes, schools, churches, mills, rural buildings, and quarries. Re...
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: Elevated view of the Janesville Countryside.
Date: 1876 ca.
Description: Family around table in yard, with woman knitting and dog nearby. Small stone house behind wood fence. The house has a small frame addition, probably a kitc...
Description: Bird's-eye map of Beloit with insets of Williams Engine Works, Eclipse Wind Engine Co., and John Foster & Co.
Description: Like many southeastern Wisconsin villages, Edgerton was settled by Yankee immigrants in the 1830s. Though this view gives no indication of it, by 1871 toba...
Description: Photographic print of a sketch of a residential home titled, "Little Stone House."
Description: Exterior view in winter of the Wisconsin School for the Blind. In the foreground is a gateway and fence.
Description: Map showing a plat of the city, land ownership by name, wards by number, local streets, buildings, fair grounds, nurseries, and part of Rock River. The map...
Description: George W. Hall, Jr., noted Evansville, Wisconsin, circus performer, as a young boy, holding a snake and wearing copper-toed boots.
Description: Music recital room at the State School for the Blind with seven rows of seating, a piano and cello. Adorning the front wall is the Latin phrase "Lux Oritur...
Date: 1836 ca.
Description: This map is ink on tracing paper and shows block numbers, streets, lot numbers of block no. 6, and a public square in Newburgh, a paper city (a city planne...
Description: View from the cupola of the old Jefferson School. The large building in the upper left is the Hyatt House, which burned in 1867.
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: Pastor Claus Friman Magelssen (1830-1904), his second wife Marie Schlambusch Magelssen, and their family sit around a table set for coffee in the foregroun...
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