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Description: The card certifies that the Old Abe Centennial Portrait printed by J.O. Barrett is really Old Abe. It includes the governor's signature it states the photo...
Description: Map shows townships and sections, landownership, roads, railroads, churches, schools, and cemeteries. Th map includes business directories of Watertown, Je...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Portrait of Mrs. Joseph H. Osborn.
Description: Several men, some of whom may be railroad workers, posed in front of a Minnesota and St. Paul wood-burning engine at a train crossing. The town post offic...
Description: Stereoview of Main Street bridge, looking toward a section of the city known locally as Brooklyn.
Description: Carte-de-visite of a studio portrait of two girls posed in a small "boat" in front of a painted backdrop. They are wearing fancy dresses, and one girl hold...
Date: 1874 after
Description: This map shows townships and sections, post offices, roads, and railroads. The left margin reads: "For sale at Cushing Land Agency, St. Croix Falls, Wis. 4...
Description: Bird's-eye map of Tomah.
Description: View of Berlin High School.
Description: Stereoview of the Chamber of Commerce at the corner of Broadway and Michigan Streets. Western Union Telegraph is housed within the building.
Date: 1878 ca.
Description: Boys in field with shocks of grain, foreground, with log buildings and farmstead in background.
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: Stereograph images of a Native American man, woman, and young boy, members of the Ute Indian Tribe, looking at a rabbit skin.
Description: The Guppey Guard, a Wisconsin state militia unit, in formation on a street in Portage.
Description: Mrs. Roseline Peck, born 1808 - died 1898, first white woman in Madison, Wisconsin. She was the wife of the first tavern keeper, Eben Peck.
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Methodist Episcopal church, located on Lake Street.
Description: Distant view of the fledgling town showing a few log cabins, large tent buildings, saddled horses, pedestrians and a horse-drawn wagon.
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: Carte-de-visite of architect Frank Lloyd Wright as a young boy.
Description: Portrait of Ella Sturgis, younger sister of Nina Sturgis Dousman. Born June 8, 1859; married to John Lawler; died 1922.
Description: Flyer advertising the McCormick Harvester featuring a small illustration of the machine at work in the field, followed by testimonials. This model appears...
Description: Stereoview of the south side of Main Street.
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