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Description: The photographer's son, Cary Bass, and a dog on a rock formation in the Wisconsin Dells near the Wisconsin River. In the background there is writing on a r...
Description: Elevated view of storefront of Dixon's Canada Store. Dixon’s Canada Store was reputed to be the finest dry-goods emporium west of Milwaukee in the mid 1860...
Description: A woman in an Indian dress and headband sits at High Rock in the Upper Dells looking over the Wisconsin River at a tour boat.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of the Navy Yard on the Wisconsin River.
Description: An Indian man and boy in native garb stand on High Rock with the Wisconsin River in the background. The man is pointing towards the left and holding a bow...
Description: Lone rock viewed from the shore; empty canoe drawn up on shore in left foreground.
Description: Wooden launches at canyon and crowd touring.
Description: View of the "Winnebago," a paddle-wheel steamboat on the Wisconsin River. Passengers sit on the top deck and a man and two women look over the bow.
Description: The dining room at the Birchcliff Hotel, with tables set for a midday meal.
Description: Ashley C. Bennett, son of Henry Hamilton Bennett, leaps from Stand Rock to another rock formation.
Description: View from water of a tour boat with an American flag near a boathouse on the shoreline of Mirror Lake.
Description: Exterior view of the Edgewater Hotel Anex [sic] which has a screened-in porch. Young trees are planted in the lawn.
Description: A group of manual laborers pose for a portrait in front of a tailor's shop. The men apparently work pouring concrete to make sidewalks and are posing with...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Four men boating in Wisconsin Dells.
Description: View of a row of cottages on the left side along a sidewalk. The property is bordered by white picket fences. There is a row of stones in front along edge...
Description: View of rock formations known as the Ink Stand and the Sugar Bowl.
Description: View from footbridge of a guest log cabin among trees at the Birchcliff Hotel.
Description: Henry Hamilton Bennett stands on a special platform he built so he could take photographs of passengers in the boats that toured the Wisconsin River.
Description: The Coldwater Canyon Hotel tennis court, with two men playing tennis.
Description: Mr. and Mrs. James Hawkins or Henry Thunder and Stella Stacy. Probably at Winnebago (Ho-Chunk) Indian Village.
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