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Date: 1932 ca.

Description: John Hurda, left, and Russell Wepking pose with milk cans on a farm wagon. Hurda holds the reins to a team of two horses. There are two small sheds behind...

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Russell Gottschall

Date: 1932 ca.

Description: Russell Gottschall, 13, holds a puppy as he poses in front of a border of roses, lilacs and peonies which he planted near the road at his home, Woodlawn Fa...

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Wisconsin River

Date: 1932 ca.

Description: A view, looking west, from the bridge over the Wisconsin River at Lone Rock. A ledge has been cut into the bluff on the left to accommodate County Highway...

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Polperro House

Date: 1940 ca.

Description: A restored Cornish miner's house, called Polperro, on Shake Rag Street. The house was temporarily covered with siding, but after restoration the siding was...

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Dam at Taliesin

Date:  date unknown

Description: Men working near the dam and hydro house at Taliesin, the summer residence of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Taliesin Fellowship. The hydro house was designed...

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Dam at Taliesin

Date:  date unknown

Description: The hydro house and dam at Taliesin, summer residence of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Taliesin Fellowship covered with snow. The hydro house was designed by...

Date: 1911 

Description: A downhill view of Main Street with a shoe store and other buildings on the left. Some homes and a church in the distance. Horses and wagons in the street...

Date: 2008 

Description: Manufactured by the Milwaukee Corrugating Company, Josiah Paynter's filling station at 110 South Chestnut Street was the first in Mineral Point.

Date: 1914 

Description: Remains of the living quarters of Taliesin as seen from the courtyard after a fire destroyed most of the building. Several people stand in the courtyard lo...

Date: 1957-08 

Description: Northeast exterior wall of the Garden Room at Taliesin, the summer home of Frank Lloyd Wright. Taliesin is located in the vicinity of Spring Green, Wiscons...

Date: 1909 

Description: An elevated view of a town in the Wisconsin River Valley. Fields surround the town, and low hills are in the far background.

Date: 1912 ca.

Description: Taliesin I north elevation of the loggia terrace. The living room chimney and windows are in the background. The terrace walls are made of rubble masonry.

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Polperro House

Date: 1945 ca.

Description: A restored Cornish miner's house, called Polperro, on Shake Rag Street. The house was temporarily covered with siding, but after restoration the siding was...

Date: 1930 

Description: View across street of the exterior of the Methodist Evangelical Church, constructed in 1851. The building features a clock tower steeple, arched stained-gl...

Date: 1959 

Description: Panoramic view of the funeral procession of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, with Taliesin seen in the center background. Following the farm wagon hearse are...

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Taliesin I Gardens

Date: 1912 ca.

Description: Gardens on the southwest side of Taliesin I. In addition to the vegetables there are foundations in the background supposedly to have been the bases for c...

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Polperro House

Date: 1955 ca.

Description: A restored Cornish miner's house, called Polperro, on Shake Rag Street. The house was temporarily covered with siding, but after restoration the siding was...

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Main Street

Date:  date unknown

Description: View down Main Street, which is a dirt street passing through the central business district of the town. There are several storefronts with signs and porch...

Date: 1926 

Description: Facade of the three-story high school. There is an open cupola on the roof.

Date: 1948-06-07 

Description: Newly selected Alice in Dairyland, Margaret McGuire, receiving an orchid from Virginia Palan, legionnaire and WAVE (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency...

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