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Date: 1893 ca.
Description: The gateway to the Ceylon Building's courtyard, from the Columbian Exposition in Chicago. The building was purchased by J.J. Mitchell, moved to Lake Geneva...
Description: Wood and shingle two car garage of E.M. Willoughby. A car can be seen through the open door.
Date: 1907 before
Description: Hand-colored postcard bearing the inscription "Residence of Mrs. Conrad Seipp, Lake Geneva, Wis." The upper portion of the south side of the main house at...
Date: 1884 ca.
Description: This map is a Birdseye view of Delavan, Wisconsin. At the bottom of the map are points of interest that correspond to numbers on the map. Many of the stree...
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: The Bassett House in Whitewater, Wisconsin.
Description: An ornate chandelier with gas light style shades and many prisms dominates a photograph of the music room at Black Point. There is a painted frieze below t...
Date: date unknown
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of James and Mary Bray Holloway and their children, Lizzie and Will.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: The summer home of J.J. Mitchell, formally known as Ceylon Court.
Description: Male and female students read and practice math at the State School for the Deaf as a teacher looks on from the head of the class.
Description: Crews work on their boats at the dock of the Lake Geneva Yacht Club after one of the races of the 1932 Inland Lake Yachting Association Regatta. The tent f...
Description: The large, wood framed 1905 cottage at Black Point stands at the crest of a gentle snowy slope framed by evergreens and bare deciduous trees. The cottage w...
Description: A small, simple wood frame building stands along the brick walkway near the shore of Geneva Lake at Black Point. There is lattice trim under the eaves on t...
Description: A small boat is seen on the waters of Geneva Lake in this aerial view of Black Point Estate. The main house with its distinctive tower and porches is easil...
Date: 2003 ca.
Description: Canning jars in the fruit cellar of the Quinney farm.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Lake Geneva Bay with assorted homes and hotels, and boats docked at long piers.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: View from water over boats towards the four-story wood frame Second Empire style Whiting House Hotel standing on the lake shore at Lake Geneva. Several set...
Description: Alma Schmidt Petersen, left, enjoys a meal with her niece (by marriage), Ilze Reese, in the dining room of the main house at Black Point Estate. This photo...
Description: Clara Seipp Bartholomay (1871-1956) sits with her husband Henry Bartholomay, Jr, (1868-1955) on the porch of their summer home, which was built in 1905 as...
Description: Robert Bloch, Harold Gauer, Tom Amilie, and two unknown men at Amlie's home. Taken to illustrate campaign brochure of Amlie talking to "farmer types."
Description: View of the Quinney family's farmhouse including screened porch and yard.
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