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Description: Two-story, brick Ballantine residence, with very tall grass in the foreground, and trees in the background.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: D.F. Brown house during the spring or summer, with two elm trees, three children and a woman. A picket fence runs along the sidewalk in the front of the h...
Description: View down hill of the aftermath of a tornado at a farm. There are two collapsed barns, and an intact silo, outbuildings and farmhouse. A horse is standing...
Description: Man sitting in driver's seat of a Skelly Truck promoting itself with banners and streamers. In the background on the right is a church.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Elevated view of the town.
Description: View down middle of commercial street. There is a hotel/ice cream shop on the right. Cars are parked along the curb on both sides of the street.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Governor Nelson Dewey's house.
Date: 1965-04-18 ca.
Description: The "Early American Country Store Farm Museum." Storefront view of an antique shop with various farm implements on its front porch.
Description: Group portrait of children in costume posed on the back of a truck decorated with streamers for the Cheese Day Parade. Some of the children hold handwritte...
Description: Main Street, where two young girls walk on the sidewalk, and a horse and carriage and two cars are parked in the street. There is a townhouse complex on th...
Description: The home of Governor Nelson Dewey, built in 1842 and later owned by Miss Abbey Phelps.
Description: McNamee house on Irish Ridge, an Irish settlement near the St. Lawrence O'Toole Catholic Church. The house was built around 1860 and was owned by Michael...
Description: Outdoor group portrait of Sherwin Gillett's brothers-in-law. They are: Charles, Alfred, Louis, Gustav, Otto and Herbert.
Description: Nelson Dewey farm, showing the house built on the site after Dewey's death. The original house built by Dewey burned in 1873.
Description: View across railroad tracks of a two-story clapboard schoolhouse with bell tower. Groups of children pose outside and another group of children look out on...
Date: 1930-10-24 ca.
Description: Celebrating the first "Cheese Day" with a parade. A group of spectators gather on the sidewalk near a truck displaying a banner and stove in the back.
Description: Elevated view over city. A church is in the middle foreground, and the Mississippi River and far shoreline is in the background. On the right side is a dir...
Description: View from the foot of a bridge down Main Street. A car drives toward the bridge, and there is a plant sidewalk along the street on the right. Electric powe...
Description: View down Main Street. Osward's restaurant is on the far left. The post office and a plumbing shop are on the right.
Description: Outdoor portrait of the entire student body posing on the porches and balconies, and on the grounds of the school. A few people are also posed in some of t...
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