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Description: Group of ladies at an outdoor tea during "homecoming." Behind the woman on the left is a large spinning wheel. An American Flag is standing on the lawn in...
Date: date unknown
Description: View of the Rough and Ready Dam, a concrete electrical dam built in 1907. Men accompany a group of boys on the far bank of the river. One boy swims near...
Date: 1904 ca.
Description: An advertising card includes a photograph of a man in an open carriage holding the reins of a team of Holstein-Friesian cattle. Two well-dressed men are si...
Description: View from back of display of people visiting the first kindergarten building. A mannequin dressed as a nineteenth century teacher is sitting in a chair on...
Description: Harold E. Stassen (left), in Fort Atkinson, visiting with left to right: W.D. Hoard, publisher; Jefferson County Sheriff R.J. Gibson; James LeChance, Palmy...
Description: Group of Caucasian individuals dressed up as African Americans, in blackface and eating watermelon.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A cyanotype print of the Lorenzo Dow Fargo Library under construction. Workmen are positioning roof trusses for the Gothic revival building. The stonework...
Description: Art, William, Minnie, Clara, and Henry Krause stand in front of the William Krause homestead on Boomer Street.
Description: A view of business-lined Main Street. People walk and stand on both sidewalks. Horse-drawn carriages and streetcars share the road.
Description: Harold E. Stassen (left), greets three men after his campaign speech in Fort Atkinson. Left to right are Clarence and William Trieloff, and Roy Marshall, p...
Description: Men stand on the platform of a railroad depot while others look out from the building's windows. Several commercial buildings stand in the background and...
Description: Gust Wendorf standing on a small rock wall. A view of his farm stands behind him.
Description: Henry Bigalk relaxes in a wheelbarrow holding an axe in his left hand, while Emil Kuney (Keune) grabs the wheelbarrow handles as if to transport Bigalk awa...
Description: View down North Washington Street, a residential area. Two girls run toward a horse-drawn carriage where a man sits.
Description: Charles E. Brown (pointing) and A.O. Barton, both of Madison, stand on a boardwalk at Blue Spring. The spring feeds the lake of the same name.
Description: Photographic postcard of Main Street. Several men and boys appear outside of a store with H.A. Olsen printed on the awning. One boy holds a ball. The store...
Description: Portrait of Henry, Rexford, and William Krueger.
Description: Rheinhardt Schmidt, August Krueger, Alex Goetsch, and Fred Hannaman stand in front of farm buildings, next to hogs hanging from a tree.
Description: View of Pawnee Bill's Wild West Parade, looking west down Main Street.
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: William Richard Leonard, the director of the Northey School board, poses next to an automobile. He is wearing bib overalls and a cap.
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