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Date: 1895 ca.
Description: A man sits on a stool and milks a cow outdoors near a fence. Another cow investigates the camera lens in the foreground.
Description: Daniel H. and Joshua Whitney's residence located at 402 Main Street at the intersection of Monroe Avenue. The house was torn down in 1897.
Description: Group portrait of Police Chief John Adamson and police officers. In the front row from the left are Frank Currier, John Adamson, Jake Togsland, and John Sc...
Description: Fort Crawford Military Cemetery. Photograph made before restoration by the United States Government. Soldiers' families were also buried in the cemetery.
Description: View from road of the Buena Vista House. There is a utility pole in front with many wires attached. This Greek revival inn was erected in 1843 by Samuel R....
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: Fort Crawford Military Cemetery, as seen before it was restored by the United States Government.
Description: Catalog cover featuring text over a decorative background that includes stalks of wheat, and a crown. Text reads: "Craver Harvester King, Appleby's Crownin...
Description: A promotional card created to promote agricultural land in northern Wisconsin. This piece displays Julius Koehler, a man, and a woman in the flourishing ga...
Description: Promotional card advertising the school house in Rib Lake. The caption reads, "SCHOOL HOUSE, RIB LAKE, TAYLOR COUNTY, WIS. -In all the towns of Price and T...
Description: Street view. House on left, Hotel Juneau on right. Two children stand in front of hotel.
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: View down road with three houses and a barbershop lining the street. A lamp post is on the left of the image.
Description: Men in the midst of dam construction.
Description: Eliza Catherine Scidmore seated in an ornate chair with a small dog curled up on her lap. Next to her stands a Japanese woman.
Description: Joe Thunderking Lowe (King of Thunder) (WauKonJahHunkKah), seated, wears Ho-Chunk-style bandolier bags across his chest, an Indian trade blanket on his lap...
Description: Sewing room at Lac du Flambeau U.S. Government School for Indian children. Female students posed at their sewing machines and work tables.
Description: A man is driving a McCormick harvester with a team of horses, cutting and binding a crop of flint ("Indian") corn, on the farm of S.D.D. Newton, five miles...
Description: Front entrance to the Methodist Episcopal Church, the first parsonage built at Fayette.
Description: Promotional card displaying John Riemer and a women in front his home.
The caption reads, "Home of John Riemer, 3 3/4 miles from Stetsonville, Taylor...
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