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Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Elevated view of workers filing out of the gates of the McCormick Reaper Works at the end of a work day. The factory became part of the International Harve...
Description: The Lucien S. Hanks boat house at 216 Langdon Street.
Description: View of the coast guard station from the water with multiple sailors lined up near the shore.
Description: A view of Main street, looking east from Fourth Street. It is interesting to note that "The Largest Whiskey House" saloon is located next door to a drug st...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Doty's Loggery, the home of James Duane Doty.
Description: The home of the Burlingames, possibly belonging either to the parents of Ada Bass or her brother Everett. There is someone outside near the side door.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: View of the Morris Pratt Institute, a mansard-style structure.
Description: View of the house at 216 Campbell Street. Construction materials are piled about the property, suggesting it was recently built. A small group of people po...
Description: Panoramic view of University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, with the Wisconsin State Historical Library, old Y.M.C.A., and Armory (Red Gym or Old Red). The b...
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: River with distant hills behind a town. An island stands in the foreground.
Description: Wisconsin Street looking east from Grand Avenue overlooking Buscule Bridge.
Date: 1906-05-09 ca.
Description: View from across the street of the Hathaway building, probably at the northeast corner of E. Mason Street and N. Broadway. W.M. Marnitz Co. Tailors, Gilbe...
Description: A view of the F.J. Steele residence.
Description: Exterior of church on hill with arched French doors and a steeple.
Description: Lake Shore Lumber Company of Oshkosh's mill waste lumber slab dump. Leander Choate, owner of mill, used this marsh for his waste lumber which was piled at...
Description: View of Main Street, with horse-drawn vehicles.
Description: Elevated view of the brewery dwarfed by the overhead bluffs. The brewery was built by William Schmitz. George Scheibl ran the brewery from 1899 until his d...
Description: Side view of a man driving a team of horses to pull a McCormick grain binder through a field. In the far background are several large buildings.
Description: The Bijou Theater with a horse and carriage parked in front of it. There is a law office above the theater and a jeweler's store beside it.
Description: View down a street filled with pedestrians who walk by stores and small businesses.
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