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Date: 1933 ca.
Description: Students standing in front of Hillcrest School, a one-room school in Waukesha County.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The first house in Waukesha County, built in 1836.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Two men are in the foreground on a shoreline, one standing in a boat. In the background on the other shoreline are adults and children sitting in the gras...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: View of the State Tuberculosis Sanatorium administration building.
Description: A view of Pewaukee Lake Mills. Asa Clark, a Vermont pioneer who settled in the town of Pewaukee in 1837, erected a sawmill in 1838 at the outlet of the lak...
Description: View of the house in which Rev. A.L. Lindsley and his family lived in 1846. In it were born Julia West, Addison Alexander, and Justus (who died there at n...
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Colored bird's-eye map of Oconomowoc and the Lakes Region, Waukesha County. Looking North from Government Hill. Location key below image identifies 24 Hote...
Description: Elevated view of the Wisconsin State Tuberculosis Sanatorium.
Date: 1920 before
Description: A view of the Octagon House from the southwest.
Description: View of Stone Church, built by Rev. A.L. Lindsley.
Description: A large, white brick building is in the middle center, surrounded by trees. A smaller white building is in the right background. In front of the building...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Exterior view of Carroll College.
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: Administrative building of the State Fish Hatchery.
Description: In the early 1920s, Prussian immigrant John Bosch constructed a simple, rectangular brick service garage with a canted corner at a prime location: the inte...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Ole Heg store, once also the home of Elias Stangeland (sp?). The original building was of log construction which was later boarded over. Woman standing in...
Description: Camp home, residence of Dan L. Camp, writer and historian.
Date: 1846 ca.
Description: This map of Prairieville, later renamed Waukesha, is ink and pencil on paper and shows the Fox River, a plat of village, and lot owners.
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: Two views of the State Tuberculosis Sanatorium.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Nashotah House, cloister looking north from the entrance to Lewis Hall.
Description: Front view of Bishop Kemper's home, with trees and a lawn.
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