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Date: 1956 ca.
Description: This map shows Lake Wisconsin, roads, highways, parks, resort areas, camps, gardens, and Wisconsin State experimental game and fur farm. The back of the ma...
Description: View from street of City Hall building on a corner. There are garages in the back on the left. On the corner there is a stop sign, a Hwy 51 signpost, and a...
Description: Elevated view of small town. A Lake Wisconsin is visible beyond the town limits.
Description: Elevated view of the Pine Grove Hotel and Resort from the opposite shore of the Wisconsin River. An excursion boat is passing by. Rock formations are along...
Description: The remains of the boiler tank of the Milwaukee Road railroad engine of the Portage to Madison passenger train, which exploded and derailed south of Arling...
Description: View across street towards three women standing on the front steps of Winnes Inn, a converted dwelling in a residential neighborhood.
Date: 1970-04-25 ca.
Description: Peter Obranovich (better known at the time as "Pete Bobo"), promoter for the festival, wearing a blue and yellow bucket hat, standing on the side of the st...
Description: View from road of main building at Mirror Lake Bathing Beach Resort, a two-story structure with a porch on the left.
Description: The touring van with trailer for US Pure parked near the backstage area of the Sound Storm music festival. Two people are standing near the open passenger...
Description: This map shows agricultural, residence, business, and industrial districts as well as lot and block numbers.
Date: 1928 after
Description: This room in the home of William Llewellyn and Zone Gale Breese, with desk, wood paneled walls, fireplace, and tile floor served as Ms. Gale's study.
Description: Corner of Broadway and Superior, with Texaco station and Olson Boat Ticket kiosk.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: City Hall.
Description: Overhead view of a young couple dancing in the crowded audience during the Sound Storm music festival. The man is shirtless and the woman wears a dark blue...
Description: Irene "Granny" York, the owner of York Farm, the location of the Sound Storm music festival, leans on an automobile near two unidentified men, possibly fes...
Description: View of the dam under construction.
Description: View across road of cottage with a screened porch in a wooded area. Picnic tables are on the left. A bench is in front of the cottage. A row of planters in...
Description: View from audience of country rock band Mason Proffit performing at the Sound Storm music festival.
Description: View of an elevated guest cottage on the slope of a hill with two entrances, one at the front with steps leading up to a porch, and one at the back, at Pin...
Description: The dining room in the home of William Llewellyn and Zona Gale Breese. There is a large fireplace, oriental rug, and matching chandelier and sconces. A la...
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