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Description: Former Firestone Garage, Highland Street at Commercial Avenue.
Description: Backyards near Mound Avenue.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Council House of the first Wisconsin Territorial Legislature when it met at Belmont in 1836. A young boy or man wearing a hat stands in front near a fence.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: Exterior view from across road of the first Wisconsin territorial Capitol building, as restored, in Old Belmont (later changed to Leslie).
Date: date unknown
Description: View down middle of an unpaved road. There are shops and homes on the street down the hill, and pedestrians on the sidewalk. On the left, there is a pile o...
Description: View across unpaved road of storefront on Commercial Avenue after the rain. There is a butcher shop, F. Tallada Candy and Cigars, and a saloon. A streetlig...
Description: View uphill of an unpaved Main Street. There is a horse and buggy in the street. A group of men congregate on a sidewalk at the corner.
Description: Colorized postcard view of the First State Capitol, which is a wood frame building, painted white, with a flag and a plaque in front.
Description: This map of Belmont includes notarization from the justice of the peace of Iowa County, May 15, 1836, acknowledging John Atchison as proprietor of Belmont...
Description: View down side of railroad tracks of locomotive pulling into the Belmont train station. A group of children stands at the platform.
Description: Colorized photographic postcard view of the First Capitol, which is an unpainted wood frame building, with a log fence and a man standing in front.
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