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Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Cigar workers on the sidewalk in front of the Willms home, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They are young men and older boys, some in aprons. Anna Willms (b. 1881)...
Description: Everetta Bass, the photographer's daughter, standing next to a younger girl, identified as Verta, sitting in a baby carriage.
Description: Holiday card, hand painted poinsettias over a letterpress printed greeting. The text reads: "Christmas Greeting. I am thinking of you today because it is C...
Description: Polish immigrants with a wagon in Market Square. They are wearing Polish national dress. The men are wearing suits, coats, and hats. The women are wearing...
Description: View of the jail which reads "Jail for Ashland County, Ashland, Wis. Conover & Porter, Architects."
Description: A view of the rear entrance to the Benjamin Walker castle (ca. 1862-1893) and its surrounding backyard, 900 block East Gorham Street.
Description: Woman standing on second story porch and boy standing in vineyard behind small residence. A bluff is in the background.
Description: View of a house in a residential area, obscured by trees. "The house was built in 1835 by Ellis and was last occupied by the Misses Bessie and Barbara Hage...
Description: View of the Ashland jail, reading "Ashland County Jail, Ashland, Wis. Conover & Porter, Architects."
Description: Full-length studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a woman posed standing, holding a hand fan, and wearing a corsage.
Description: Small town completely dependent on the sawmill. When the sawmill closed down, the town disappeared.
Description: Advertisement for the Randall Harrow, manufactured by the Warrior Mower Company. Features a color illustration of a farmer using the harrow in a field.
Description: Elevated view of brewing company and surrounding roads. On the road in front of the buildings are horse-drawn carts carrying barrels, a trolley car, and pe...
Description: Original pen and ink drawing of an illustration for a McCormick Company advertising catalog. Features a drawing of men holding grain cradles in a wheat fie...
Description: Site of the Battle to Antietam, The Dunker Church. A group of men stand among trees on the left. Horse-drawn carriages are under trees on the right.
Description: Portion of a plat map of the "West Part of the City of Madison".
Description: Stereograph of the upper Mississippi River. The text on the photograph reads, "From Whitney's Gallery, St. Paul, Minn."
Description: Front view of Baptist Church.
Description: The Mitchell residence, home of Henry Mitchell (left) and residence of Jerome I. Case (right), on Main St. between 8th and 9th Streets.
Description: Everetta Bass sitting nude in rocking chair on front porch.
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