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Description: Felix Ohrlien's gas station, at 105 Water Street, was built in 1944-45 and is still in use today, however it is now owned and operated by Dick Ambrose, who...
Description: Street signs with bar in background.
Date: 2009 ca.
Description: Close-up of the original pin rail fly system backstage at the Al. Ringling Theatre.
Description: Local historian and Al. Ringling Theatre docent, Robert C. Dewel, seated at the Al. Ringling Theatre's "Mighty Barton" organ.
Description: Close-up of plasterwork and still functioning vaudeville lights in the Al. Ringling Theatre.
Description: Corner view from unpaved street of the State Bank. A meat market is next door on the left. Flyers on the power poles are for an upcoming fair. A metal and...
Description: View up a street lined with shops.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: View from road of large two-story house which has been converted to a funeral home. The two-story structure has a large porch and brick on the first story,...
Description: Exterior view from street of former home of historian and writer H. E. Cole, located at 908 Ash Street.
Description: Two men and a woman pose in front of the L.C. Welch Plumbing and Heating store, 137 Third Avenue. There are signs advertising Maytag and Shellane, "compres...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Man in work clothes holding a shovel loaded with dirt while another man watches in the background. The men were Civilian Conservation Corps workers at Devi...
Description: Governor Thomas E. Dewey of New York, the Republican Party presidential candidate aboard the campaign train, making a stop in Baraboo.
Date: date unknown
Description: Bernard Arms poses with his wife Nellie. There is an automobile (possibly a Chevrolet) in the background.
Description: A Ford "sedan delivery" truck owned by Feinberg Distributing Co. of Baraboo is parked in front of the Philbrick Ford Garage at 207 Third Avenue. "Blatz Bee...
Description: A view from shoreline below a bridge that crosses the Wisconsin River. There are two signs on the upper level of the bridge. One is for weight limit and th...
Description: Exterior of a church.
Description: Exterior from street of the Schwartz Farm Equipment building, 135 Third Avenue. Show windows in the one-story brick building feature an International truck...
Description: An exterior view of the Philbrick Garage, a Ford dealership and Cities Service filling station located at 207 Third Avenue. A sign advertises Quaker State...
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: Limbs litter the ground under trees heavily coated with ice on the Sauk County Courthouse Square after an ice storm.
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...
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