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Description: Syl stands in front of a pavilion with a well or water pump in a park. A group of adults dressed fashionably stand in the pavilion while drinking water fro...
Description: Decorated arch erected on State Street as part of the Semi-Centennial celebration of statehood. The arch bears a representation of Commodore Dewey's victor...
Description: A cabin (possibly of Bug-u-ma-ge-sik), located near the Ojibwa-Pillager Battle at Sugar Point on Bear Island.
Description: Withertail, a Sioux Chief, at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition and Indian Congress. He is sitting outdoors in front of a tipi.
Description: Men gather at the Council at the Leech Lake Agency. W.A. Jones is seated second from the right. This image is part of a collection of images of the Ojibw...
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Front and rear views of the James D. Doty residence, the first brick house built in Wisconsin.
Description: A group of Native Americans gathers, possibly during council at the Leech Lake Agency. This image is part of a collection of images of the Ojibwa-Pillager...
Description: Carl Schmidt seated in a chair with a cane on a porch in front of a door and a window.
Description: This map shows city wards, block numbers, parks, cemeteries, roads, railroads, Lake Michigan, and selected buildings. Also included are indexes "Milwaukee...
Description: Studio portrait of Oto man, James Whitewater. Part of Siouan and Otoe Tribes.
Description: Ellen Lloyd Jones (also known as Aunt Nell), co-founder of the Hillside Home School, an early progressive school in Wisconsin.
Date: 1898-10-10 after
Description: W.A. Jones and an unidentified man, probably on Bear Island, the location of the Ojibwa-Pillager Battle.
Description: An interior view of a sitting room in the W.B. Hathaway house on West Johnson Street. The Victorian-era room consists of two plush pieces of furniture: a l...
Description: View of crowd watching a parade. Elevated view taken from the Van Schaick studio; the same building housed the telephone exchange.
Description: Chippewa (Ojibwa) men with canoes at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition and Indian Congress.
Description: Jacob Gasser family standing in front of farmhouse at Tower Rock Farm.
Description: Wooman wearing gauzy clothing and posed in front of a painted backdrop. Her hair is styled in a pompadour.
Description: Syl playing with other children at reservoir park near a small waterfall. Toy boats are in the pond.
Description: Inside of foldout card, featuring four color scenes. The top is for steel plows, corn cultivators, disk harrows and spring tooth cultivators with an illust...
Description: Bird's-eye map, looking west from shoreline on Lake Michigan of Milwaukee to Golden Lake in Waukesha County, with Kenosha and Fox Point at bottom corners,...
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