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Description: A view of the facade of White Memorial Library and the Birge Fountain. Construction of the neo-classical style library was funded by Mary Flavia White. T...
Description: Alma Schmidt Petersen, left, enjoys a meal with her niece (by marriage), Ilze Reese, in the dining room of the main house at Black Point Estate. This photo...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: A view of the facade and side of the neoclassical structure. Four columns support the two-story porch. A semi-circular opening appears in the pediment, a...
Description: Alma Schmidt Petersen, left, walks arm and arm with her sister, Clara Theresa (Tessa) Reese on the grounds of Black Point Estate. Behind them are two of A...
Date: 1980 ca.
Description: Alma Schmidt, owner of Black Point Estate, poses seated in a green wicker chair on the porch of the main house. Standing behind her is her son, Edward Schm...
Description: Elevated view of Lake Geneva Bay with assorted homes and hotels, and boats docked at long piers.
Description: Portrait of Clay Daggett, University of Wisconsin education professor who has also been a tour guide in many parts of the world.
Description: Members of the Petersen family gathered for a meal at the farmhouse, also referred to as the Baker house, at Black Point Estate. The room is open to the ra...
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: View of the Morris Pratt Institute, a mansard-style structure.
Description: Bride Catherine Bakieff Petersen and groom Peter Seipp Goltra, left, pose with their wedding party under the crystal chandelier in the music room at Black...
Description: Young Ralph and Richard Quinney pose for a picture while they cut grain by themselves for the fist time. View includes a grain binder, a tractor and their...
Description: Illegal gambling machines in Kelley's Tavern, in the city of Lake Geneva.
Description: View across water towards the Senta, owned and skipped by Dr. Otto Schmidt, on Lake Geneva near the Lake Geneva Yacht Club just before the start of...
Description: Left to right, Zika Bakieff Petersen, Gladys Zimmerman, and Alma Schmidt Petersen pose with the dog, Bamboo, on the porch at Black Point Estate. The three...
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: A man sits on a stool while hand milking a Holstein cow in a stall in a red barn. He is wearing work clothes and a hat. A golden cow and a spotted brown co...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View up brick path towards the exterior of the Conrad Seipp summer home at Black Point on Geneva Lake. A horse-drawn wagon is parked in front; a dog stands...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View of Lake Lawn from the lake. Two turrets or towers emerge above the trees. The word "LAWN" is on the shoreline, toward the left of the image.
Date: 1998 ca.
Description: A landscape view of the Quinney farm.
Description: William Wehring, a student at the Sharon School, poses with his Holstein calf. There is a large canvas tent in the background and a railroad car is behind...
Description: Young Richard Quinney atop the family's new horse-drawn grain binder in a field.
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