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Description: Posed three-quarter length studio portrait of Bridget (O'Keefe) Quinney. She is wearing a dress, collar pin and earrings. This image was extracted from a f...
Description: The family of Joseph Zettel sits under a flowering apple tree. The family grows the Duchess of Oldenburg apple variety in their orchard three miles north o...
Description: Everetta, Ada and Cary Bass photographed through a window.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Logs move down the river, swirling with cross currents, resulting in a huge log jam.
Description: Studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk woman posed sitting and wearing full regalia, including many necklaces, earrings, and fringed dress posed in front of a paint...
Description: A garden of red currant bushes, owned by Jas. S. Ritchie, are featured on his fruit farm.
Description: Everetta Bass bending over and holding a basket on a hill by the mill pond (Montello Lake). The far shoreline of the lake is in the background.
Description: A man poses with his four-year-old Lombard blue plum tree in his fruit orchard in Sawyer, near Door County. The image of the man appears to be composited i...
Description: A view of the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus including Music Hall and the bottom of Bascom Hill. Langdon Street is in the foreground; a streetcar i...
Description: Promotional card advertising the hemlock barn industry in northern Wisconsin. The card features an elevated view of a tannery.
Caption: THE HEMLOCK BARK...
Description: Sarah Fairchild Dean Conover, sister of Civil War hero and governor Lucius Fairchild, reclines on a sofa in her home at 424 North Pinckney Street.
Description: Two men with scythes stand in front of a sorghum patch planted on May 20th, 1895. The view was taken near Osceola.
Description: Side view of a young man, wearing a wide brimmed hat, operating a McCormick mower pulled by a team of two horses.
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for the Albion line of mowers and reapers manufactured by Harrison, McGregor and Company, Ltd., Leigh, Lanchashire, England...
Description: Home of John Johnston (1836-1904), a successful Milwaukee banker, at 645 Franklin Place, also know as "The Lion House." Home is set back from the road, wit...
Description: Two small children in a rural setting with a dog harnessed to a wagon.
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a small Ho-Chunk girl posed standing on a chair. She is wearing a traditional blouse covered completely i...
Description: Posed group portrait of twenty-eight women, perhaps a meeting of some local women's organization.
Description: Studio portrait of a young Ho-Chunk man posed sitting on the left wearing a striped suit and a bandana, and a young Ho-Chunk woman posed sitting on the rig...
Description: The first Long Tail Point Lighthouse.
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