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Description: Lobby of the Eugene Hotel. The hotel was located on the southwest corner of the square.
Description: A chorus of men singing on stage with a crowd watching. A group of officials seated on the right. Rolling farmland in the background.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Swiss Reformed Church, destroyed in 1899.
Date: 1963-05-19 ca.
Description: A small tree grows through a window-opening of stone wall of a ruined old commercial building.
Description: A room at the Eugene Hotel, with a bed, dresser, tables, luggage rack, chairs, lamps and a telephone. There is a sink in the corner of the room. The hotel...
Description: A wooden, two-story saltbox style building in an advanced state of neglect.
Description: Magda Herzberger gives a lecture on the Holocaust to a classroom of Monroe High School students.
Description: View down a street lined with shops and cars. The storefronts include Frank's Place and the Cozy Corner Cafe.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Turner Hall, a Swiss social center in Monroe.
Description: A vintage view and a modern view of Trinity Church, presented as a pair. The church has tall windows and is surrounded by trees.
Description: Down the road leading to the PET evaporated milk factory. A painted sign on the factory's exterior wall claims PET evaporated milk is "milk at its best."
Description: Harold E. Stassen addressing a crowd in Monroe.
Description: Cheese being graded by a man with a fedora using a tryor to take a core of cheese.
Description: Sixth plate daguerreotype portrait of Charles Foster of Monroe, Wisconsin, in suit, vest, tie and stand collar. Hand-coloring on cheeks.
Description: Interior view of the Arabut Ludlow Memorial Library. The library opened in 1905 and was funded with a $13,930 donation from H.E. & W. Ludlow. In the foregr...
Description: Four young women wearing dresses are posing while sitting on the hood of an automobile parked at the curb in front (south side) of the Eugene Hotel. A boy...
Description: Magda Herzberger points to a photographic image projected onto a screen while giving a lecture about the Holocaust at Monroe High School.
Description: View down road lined with trees and storefronts. A number of automobiles can be seen parked. The Post Office is on the right.
Description: Hand-colored studio portrait of women and children in Swiss costume.
Description: View across an intersection of a man standing at the corner entrance of an untitled shop. Down the sidewalk on the left a young boy leans over to talk with...
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