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Date: 1900 ca.
Description: 614 Langdon Street. This Queen Anne-style residence was built in 1889 for Phyllis Frawley. From 1889-1902, she rented the house to the Beta Theta Pi chapte...
Date: 1900 before
Description: Located at Wells Street and 20th Street. Building is five stories high with several chimneys and a tower with a cross on the roof in the center of the buil...
Description: Advertisement from catalog featuring an illustration of the Jones Chain Mower, and a man using it in a field with a team of horses. Around the border are i...
Description: Side view of three men using a McCormick marsh-type hand-binding harvester in a field.
Description: The Castello-Bull house, the residence of Dan Castello and later on Wakely Bull (on porch)
Description: A man uses a team of two horses to pull a McCormick reaper in a field while other women and men rake the cut grain.
Description: Cover of French advertising brochure for Amouroux Freres agricultural equipment featuring a color chromolithograph illustration of an angel, bird, flowers...
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Winter scene at the Case Residence with J. I. Case's sleigh and team. Andrew Jackson, hostler, (died Dec., 1924) is in the sleigh and "Nick" Mitchell, hir...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: View of Madison in the far distance taken from the third floor of a home at 216 Campbell Street, in University Heights. There is a power line suspended in...
Date: 1901 ca.
Description: Students and teacher in physics lab at Stevens Point Normal School, which would later become the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
Description: A view of the ruins of the guardhouse used in 1883. The roof was burned off.
Description: Three men baling hay with a horse-powered hay press. Two men feed the press while another stacks the bales nearby.
Description: The observatory on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: Main Street River Falls.
Description: Gust Wendorf in the horse pasture, holding the halter of a mare while her colt stands along side her. A small dog stands behind the mare.
Description: View from railroad tracks of a group of six people standing on the platform of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul depot. Beyond the depot is a water tower...
Description: View of the Main Street shopping district. Storefronts, carts and pedestrians are visible across a small grassy area, in which a military monument of a can...
Description: A business map of Wisconsin, showing railroads, counties, cities, villages, rivers, and lakes. Additional areas shown in the map include the western portio...
Description: Cover of a catalog for Adriance, Platt & Company featuring an illustration of a woman in a wheat field. Adriance, Platt & Co. manufactured Buckeye and Triu...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: A crowd observes a sulphur well and natural gas at Toyah Basin, the location of the discovery of Permian gypsum deposits in 1854.
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