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Date: 1899 ca.
Description: McCormick Harvesting Machine Company dealership operated by general agent J.G. Coleman. Built in 1898, with a frontage on Blount Street of 40 feet and 116...
Description: Three women, from left to right: Mrs. Vandercook, Mrs. Osborn and Mrs. Schildhauer, pose in white Grecian-inspired costumes. Mrs. Osborn sits behind a larg...
Description: View of the banks.
Description: Exterior view of the First Congregational Church.
Description: A group of seven women dressed in white flowing gowns strike "Grecian poses".
Description: A man operates a McCormick grain binder pulled by two horses. The original caption reads, "This machine represents the modern harvester by which grain is a...
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a man and woman posed sitting surrounded by two young men, a young woman, girl and boy.
Description: A woman drives a horse-drawn carriage over a rustic, wooden bridge.
Description: A farmer operates a horse-drawn McCormick grain binder in a field. Many of the gear mechanisms in the rear of the binder are clearly visible in the image.
Description: A farmer operates a horse-drawn McCormick grain binder in a field. Several bundles of grain can be seen in the distance.
Description: A standing, three-quarter length portrait of Alma Seipp wearing a graduation cap and gown posed in front of a painted backdrop. She has her hand on her hip...
Description: Three-quarter left side view of a tractor built by S.S. Morton. The photograph is labeled, "The Predecessor of the International Line."
Description: Elevated view of Bascom Hill and lower campus vicinity from the roof of the Wisconsin Historical Society, which was then under construction. A large group...
Description: Advertising poster featuring color illustation of three men and a dog watching a farmer harvest grain with a horse-drawn Deering Ideal grain binder. The me...
Date: 1899-06-12 after
Description: Field of debris left in the wake of a tornado. A crowd of people are observing the destruction from a high vantage point.
Description: This map is ink on tracing cloth and shows lot and block numbers and dimensions, streets, the high school park, and survey monuments.
The map is oriented...
Description: Two men operating a horse-drawn McCormick twine grain binder in a field.
Description: An unknown man is standing and feeding chickens in a farm yard. A barn is in the background on the left.
Description: The Elisha D. Smith Library built by Van Ryn and De Gelleke.
Description: Pen-and-ink and color on paper. Also shows probable routes of the French explorers Constant le Marchand de Lignery in 1728 and Louis de la Porte de Louvign...
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