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Description: A view of the central business district. A creamery on the left. A house on the right with a woman in a rocking chair and two children in front. Some men s...
Description: Paul and Carol Frank live at N7409 Ferris Road (Section 33). Carol, who has lived on this farm most of her life, is a third generation. Her father, Rudy Pa...
Date: date unknown
Description: Bedroom at the McCormick family residence on Rush Street. The house was built for Cyrus Hall McCormick and his family in 1879. After McCormick's death in 1...
Description: Paul and Carol Frank have been married 43 years. They milk 20 cows that produce about 800 lbs. of milk daily.
Description: Man driving a cream wagon pulled by a team of horses and loaded with dairy products.
Description: A view of the central business district from the end of a bridge. The post office on the right with a small group of men and children in front. An automobi...
Description: Greg and Kathy Keup live at W992 Hocheim Road. In 2000 they discontinued farming. They both have "Harley" motorcycles and plan a trip to Sturgis, South Dak...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Maria Mitchell, first woman astronomer in the United States at Vassar College.
Date: 1970-04-25 ca.
Description: Stage announcer reading from a small notebook into a microphone, as seen from stage left. In the background festival staff are setting up the stage. A smal...
Description: An International truck used by the Excelsior Laundry Company is parked along a street in front of a monument for the Fort Dearborn massacre. The lettering...
Description: A street scene with a group of people in front of the corner store. A flag in the window. A row of houses with balconies behind that. A large stack of wood...
Description: Workers maneuver a load of gravel into a concrete mixer at the plant on the east bank of the river. The east abutment is in the foreground, left.
Description: Vernon and Alice Beck and son, Milan, live at W1057 Zion Church Road (Section 34). Their silo is 98 years old and the barn is 150 years old.
Description: Academy and Orphanage on Van Buren Street. Three trees stand in front of the building. A woman is in front left of center, and two children are on the rig...
Description: Quonset hut-style Wyocena Farmer's Cooperative.
Description: Wagon piled high with chairs, with a man standing and driving a team of two horses. A man on the sidewalk is looking back at camera. There are other wagons...
Description: Rodney and Laurie Justman live at W1910 Hwy TW (Section 5). They purchased the farm in 1975. Rodney's first wife, Jeanine, died in July 1996.
Description: Group portrait of nine African-American women and Rev. Cunningham (?) standing in front of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 548 West Johnson Street.
Description: View of Y.W.C.A. gymnasium interior. View features athletic equipment including rings, springboards, and parallel bars. View also features a balcony overhe...
Description: "JD's Fieldhouse, at 7641 Highway 38 in Caledonia, WI, was highly touted for their Fish Fries in Dennis Getto, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Restaurant Revi...
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