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Description: View of Praire du Chien Sanitarium.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: D. Scanlon house on N. Beaumont Street.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A view of the Brisbois House from across the railroad tracks.
Date: date unknown
Description: A horse-drawn carriage pauses along a fence on the right side of a dirt road. Houses stand to the left.
Description: Villa Louis, the mansion of Hercules Dousman.
Date: 1840 ca.
Description: The Cornelia Vedder house. Described as the house "where George Winnie, a conductor on the Milwaukee and Prairie du Chien Railroad, stayed at the end of hi...
Description: Rev. Alfred Brunson's home, which was brought in pieces by flat boat from Meadville, Pennsylvania, via St. Louis in 1836. The construction and arrangement...
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: View from field of Villa Louis, the residence of Hercules L. Dousman.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A front view of the Bribois house. It was built from limestone sold by the government after the construction of Fort Crawford.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Interior view of the front hallway of Villa Louis.
Description: View along North First Street showing the Brisbois house (center).
Date: 1979 ca.
Description: Villa Louis, home of Hercules Dousman.
Description: The Villa Louis, also known as Dousman Mansion, in an aerial view.
Description: A view of the Brisbois house.
Date: 1958 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Brisbois House.
Description: A view of the Brew house.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: The Benedict House. Built by Dr. Alonzo Benedict and designed for two families. The original roof did not function correctly, so the builder put on a secon...
Description: "Section of New Prairie du Chien Marquette $1,000,000 Suspension Bridge. Total length 3729 feet. Only suspension bridge on the Mississippi River. Open for...
Description: A view of the DeLury log cabin, where four generations (at time of photo) of the same family have lived. Probably built around 1840.
Description: View of Prairie du Chien Sanitarium. "The ground where this sanitarium stands was the site of Gen. Taylor's headquarters at Fort Crawford in 1832. It was...
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