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Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Haying crew posing in a field among the haystacks. One man in the middle is holding a very young foal, and another man sits on a horse-drawn hay rake. A fa...
Date: 1895-09-28 ca.
Description: Five-acre cabbage field of Martin Anderson near Grantsburg, with several frame houses in the background. Mr. Anderson holds a prize-winning head of cabbage...
Description: Rumsey's Landing on the Chippewa River about two miles below Caryville.
Description: A field of potato plants, with a forest in the background. A man is leaning against a basswood or linden tree that stands approximately eighty-five feet ta...
Description: Three men posing with an open-air hay barn. Two men stand in front of the barn near two horses, while one man stands on the roof of the barn.
Description: Drawing of the lake steamer, Michigan with another vessel in the background.
Description: Exterior view of the home of A.J. Horlick, located at 11th and Main Streets.
Description: Two men stand in the potato fields of J.C. Lewis. The man on the right is pointing with his right arm. There is a hard maple grove in the background.
Description: Drawing of the steamboat Western World. Several people stand on the deck. An American flag and flags reading Detroit, Michigan Central, Buffalo, N.Y...
Description: Purebred Shire and Cleveland bay mares graze on the Neillsville Stock Farm, with haystacks, barn, and a large stripped tree in the center.
Description: River view near Brunet Falls.
Description: A twenty-acre field of barley on the farm of Chas Parey, with two men standing waist-high in the barley. A hardwood forest lines the edge of the field.
Description: Studio portrait of Violet Dousman in an evening dress. Oldest daughter of Louis and Nina Dousman. Born December 7, 1874; died January 14, 1940.
Description: Three men standing in the cornfields at P. Langlais's farm.
In "Northern Wisconsin: A Hand-Book for the Homeseeker" (1896), this photograph is captioned...
Description: Catalog featuring calendar pages. February features Lewis Miller, the father of the mowing machine, with text and a portrait. March has an illustration of...
Description: Exterior of church.
Description: A large family group and workers pose in field in front of farming machinery and haystacks.
Description: A promotional cards created to attract farmers to the agricultural land in northern Wisconsin. The image depicts Conrad Flicker and his family standing in...
Description: A view of a dock showing a steam vessel and men with a team of horses towing a log raft.
Description: The Fred Judas family poses with their second crop of red clover, three miles south of Medford. With their rakes and mower, they are converting the red clo...
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