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Date: 1838 ca.
Description: Pencil sketch of a stone house with a porch the full length of the dwelling, supported by 6 columns.
Description: Pencil sketch of buildings, including the Post Office.
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: The home of Alex Wilson.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: The dining room in the Cornish Pendarvis home.
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: A restored Cornish miner's house, called Polperro, on Shake Rag Street. The house was temporarily covered with siding, but after restoration the siding was...
Description: The Methodist Episcopal Church, dedicated in 1871.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: Interior view of the dining room at Trelawny House. A sideboard displaying china is in the center against a wall, flanked by two chairs. The dining table i...
Description: Pencil drawing of the Pendarvis and Trelawny Houses. Stone building with six over six windows on two levels, and three entrances. A stone wall runs along t...
Description: The home of J. Hutchinson originally built by John B. Terry and consisting of just the first story. Terry came to the lead region in 1829 as a merchant and...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: The dining area of the Cornish Pendarvis home, now owned by Robert M. Neal.
Description: A Cornish house on Shake Rag Street.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: A primitive Methodist Church surrounded by homes.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View looking over the zinc mining operation.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: The zinc works mining operation.
Date: 1838 after
Description: The Odd Fellows Hall, built in 1837-1838, was the first to be built west of the Allegheny Mountains. The cornerstones were laid by Thomas Widley.
Description: The home of Moses Strong, a prominent attorney, politician, speculator and land agent who moved to Wisconsin Territory and settled in Mineral Point in 1836...
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: An aerial view of Mineral Point showing the construction of State Highway 23-39.
Date: date unknown
Description: The Pendarvis house, a Cornish home on Shake Rag Street.
Description: Exterior view of the Trinity Episcopal Church, which was erected in 1845. There are automobiles parked on the road in front of the building.
Description: The ruins of the Walker Hotel.
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