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Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Portrait of Alice Kent Trimpey, an authority and writer on American decorative arts and historic dolls.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: A man in a suit and hat, and a ribbon on his lapel, poses in front of a cart with a sign that reads: "E.D. Ochsner, Taxidermist, Prairie du Sac, Wis." Bunt...
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior view of a man and woman demonstrating the visual characteristics apparent at the Wonder Spot.
Description: Children play on makeshift seesaws created from construction materials outside the old schoolhouse.
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: Mrs. Trimpey sits in a chair holding her doll, Emeline.
Description: Two women hold hands while demonstrating the visual characteristics of the Wonder Spot.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: The photographer's wife, dressed in embroidered oriental jacket and plumed hat, stands holding a rose.
Description: A competitor in the State Cow Chip Tossing Contest has 30 seconds to choose her cow chip. The cow chips are specially made from cow manure.
Description: Posing together from left to right are Elinora, Nellie Arms (aunt of Lewis Arms), and Bonnie Childs. They are at Nellie and Bernard Arms's farm. There is a...
Description: A woman teaching a German class at Hillside Home School, an early progressive school operated by Ellen and Jane Lloyd Jones, aunts of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Members of the Lloyd Jones family informally gathered on the lawn outside their house.
Description: A woman in an old style dress stands in profile by a keyboard instrument with her left knee resting on a Gothic Revival chair. A candle burns in a brass ca...
Description: Four women demonstrate the visual characteristics apparent at the Wonder Spot.
Description: Ellen Lloyd Jones (also known as Aunt Nell), co-founder of the Hillside Home School, an early progressive school in Wisconsin.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Lorinda Hill Bass sits in the center, with daughters Martha Bass Haskin, left, and Rhoda Bass Shephard beside her. Her sons, Edward, left, and Frank, righ...
Description: A young woman sits on the floor, one arm resting on an open dresser drawer, gazing into the distance and holding a letter. She is wearing an old-fashioned...
Description: A young woman poses seated in front of a painted forest backdrop. She wears wings and is wrapped in a diaphanous material. On the left on the ground is a s...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Men stand on the street level porch and women on the second floor wrap-around balcony of the Alba House. A sign on the railing advertises a harness shop.
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: The extended Ott family posing in front of a woodpile of split and cut wood stacked against a log barn located on the Ott farm. The man is adjusting his gl...
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: A group of adults, including Harry E. Cole (center), stand behind a fence. A sign on the fence reads, "YOU CAN'T PLAY IN OUR BACK YARD."
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