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Description: Men walking in front of Squire's Oyster House restaurant, east on Water Street. Posters advertise the "Georgia Up-To-Date Minstrels" at the Opera House on...
Description: Horse and wagon in front of a storefront on Main Street with an elevated board sidewalk. Storefronts identified from left to right as G.G. Melbye Groceries...
Description: Man in a parade driving a circus wagon with a cage holding a leopard.
Description: The elaborately decorated house of W.R. O'Hearn.
Date: date unknown
Description: South First Street and the intersection with Main Street. Men on corner looking at man on telephone pole. The man hanging from the pole is probably Ernest...
Description: Man in a buggy driving a team of two horses in the country.
Description: Group in front of the storefront of the Jones and Marsh Dry Goods. John Marsh, the proprietor, is posed sitting on the left.
Description: Crowd watching elephants in a circus parade.
Description: A group of Native Americans sit on the ground in a circle while other men, women, and children stand near by. There are power lines in the background.
Date: 1876 ca.
Description: Town and business district, showing the early covered bridge across from the tail race of the powerhouse, with logs overflowing the river into yards, proba...
Description: A group of men, women, and children gather in the yard of a two-story frame house.
Description: House with elaborate wood trim, residence of L.C. Jones. Torn down in 1994.
Description: A Ho-Chunk man, woman, and child are sitting on steps in front of a storefront on a board sidewalk. Along the sidewalk in front of windows are two painting...
Description: Elevated view of woman walking along side street of town. In the background are horses and carriages.
Description: Man in a buggy driving a team of two horses, possibly Abe Bailey.
Description: View across field of frame house surrounded by farm buildings.
Description: Man wearing a fur coat, a woman wrapped in a blanket, and other individuals bundled for warmth on a winter day. In front of the millenary shop of Miss Finc...
Description: Young man wearing a derby posed standing in the doorway of Jones and Marsh Dry Goods.
Description: Two-story wooden frame house surrounded by a picket fence. In the far background is the Jackson County Courthouse, possibly the Caves House.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Ho-Chunk Chief Winneshiek leads a powwow just North of Main Street in Black River Falls.
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