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Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Front view of the Lafayette County courthouse, built in 1861.
Date: 1900 after
Description: Exterior view of Northwestern College. Young men pose in many of the windows. The building features a neoclassical style, with a columned porch and decora...
Date: 1900 before
Description: Previously known as Chestnut Street; view from the corner of 3rd Street. Image looks down the road to the vanishing point on the horizon, where a steeple...
Description: View of Mayville behind the frozen, snow-covered river.
Description: Steele Tavern.
Description: Soldier's Monument on Grand Avenue. Statue is left of center, in a park, with a tower in the background. Some scroll work has been added to the upper and...
Description: View from bluff looking northwest at the town of Cassville. A church in the center is the dominant structure in the image.
Description: A group of men with horse-drawn wagons gather in front of a McCormick Harvesting Machine Company dealership. The wagons appear to be loaded with farm imple...
Description: Exterior of the McCloud House.
Description: A view of the Cowley County National Bank of Winfield, Kansas. Other buildings and businesses are on either side, and men stand in front of the bank. Publi...
Description: Bedroom in the home of John Johnston (1836-1904), a successful Milwaukee banker, located at 645 Franklin Place, also known as "The Lion House."
Description: Two-story brick home with square tower, home of E.W. Underwood.
Description: Jennie and Edgar Krueger at 6-weeks-old laying in a chair.
Description: View of the T.P. Leathers Steamer at dock. Men can be seen loading cargo onto the ship. Text on photograph reads: "A Mississippi Steamer."
Description: Side view of a man using a McCormick grain binder pulled by two horses to harvest a crop. The horses are covered with woven mesh fly sheets.
Description: View of Main Street with a machine and repair shop on the right and multiple horse-drawn vehicles visible along the road.
Description: Boy standing among the wreckage of various farm structures and implements apparently after a wind storm or tornado.
Description: Crowded steamboat touring the Wisconsin Dells. There is a group of four people standing on the shore of the Wisconsin River looking on.
Description: Exterior of railway depot.
Description: Workers in the metal finishing room at the McCormick Reaper Works. In 1902 the factory became part of the International Harvester Company.
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