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Description: View of the hotel through some deciduous trees or a park. A fence is between the trees and the distant hotel, and a car is parked along the fence. The hot...
Description: View of the J.M. Bailey Jr. Marble Works storefront. From the "Combination Atlas-Map of Walworth Co.", Chicago
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Front view of the home of composer Joseph Philbrick Webster, with trees and a small dog in the yard. Joseph Philbrick Webster composed "Sweet By and By" an...
Description: View of the north shore of Delavan Lake with a lighthouse in the background. Also known as "Red Top" and "L. P. Sutter's"
Description: Exterior view of the oldest house in Delavan. There are two large trees in the front yard.
Description: This map is hand-colored and mounted on cloth and shows lot and block numbers and dimensions, landownership, streets, railroads, selected buildings, fair g...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: View of a residential street lined with trees, probably taken in early Spring. The home of A.H. Allyn can be seen at left. A covered fountain can be seen i...
Description: View of the Inlet Bridge on Delavan Lake.
Description: Tom Amlie. and volunteer Doctor Newberry, at Amlie's home. Photograph was to be used in campaign literature.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: A view of the facade and side of a Masonic temple. Four columns support the two-story porch on the neoclassical building and a semi-circular opening appear...
Description: This blue line print shows land ownership by name, roads, and highways. The map includes manuscript annotations in pencil.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: View of a bridge with several buildings in the background.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of William Hooker's farm home, partially obscured by trees, near Beulah Lake.
Description: View of the building without the cross off the top of the apex. There are several pedestrians and a horse-drawn carriage in the foreground.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: John Philbrick Webster House. Built in 1836, the building served as the federal land grant office and courthouse. The composer Joseph Philbrick Webster us...
Description: View of Lake Lawn from the lake. Two turrets or towers emerge above the trees. The word "LAWN" is on the shoreline, toward the left of the image.
Description: View of Delavan Lake, looking toward Highland.
Description: A view of the stream, its banks, and a bridge taken from a high vantage point.
Description: Built in 1922, Nippersink Manor, located at N1055 Tombeau Road, was intended to cater to those from Chicago seeking summertime recreation and healthful vac...
Description: Map of the United States with an imprint of Whitewater, Wisconsin and the title "The Only Town on the Map". It was published as a novelty.
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