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Description: View from street of front of house with porch and balcony. In 1951-52 this home was owned by Noah Brinkman. There is a pony or donkey grazing in the yard o...
Description: The exterior of P.J. Blindert's general store, with an awning over the storefront, and a loading dock on the left. A man and a woman stand in the road in f...
Date: 1900 ca.
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 from street of front and side of the Gus Klindt home. The house was owned by Noah Brinkman in 1951-1952. The yard is fenced and there are two children...
Description: Photographic postcard of an aerial view of town. Text below reads: "Aerial View — Boscobel, Wis."
Date: date unknown
Description: View across street of the General Store. A group of five men, two women, and three children are standing in front. with a windmill is in the back and a sta...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: An old-time fiddle-maker sitting in his shop holding a fiddle. Other fiddles are displayed on a table.
Description: View down Main Street. On the left is a barn covered with circus broadsides. Across the street is a building with a storefront and awning, and a sign that...
Description: View across unpaved street of several houses, with board sidewalks, fences and power lines. In the background is a bluff.
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: 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: Exterior view of Saint Clara Academy, formerly known as Saint Clara College.
Description: Photographic postcard view of buildings at the Nelson Dewey State Park, including the smokehouse. A tree-covered bluff is in the background.
Description: Interior of the reception room at Saint Clara Academy. Founded by Father Samuel Mazzuchelli and built in 1852, the academy's reception room features religi...
Description: A man stands behind a fence and in front of a clapboard schoolhouse and outhouse on a hill. There is a bell tower on the school building.
Description: Photographic postcard of Boscobel High School seen through the trees. Text below reads: "High School, Boscobel, Wis."
Description: Color postcard of the interior of the Law Office at Stonefield. A man is seated at the desk.
Description: Clapboard one-room schoolhouse with bell tower. There is also a shed, outhouse, and a small field with a fence on the school grounds. Two children pose on...
Description: Color postcard of Nelson Dewey's house at Stonefield Village.
Description: The exterior of the Catholic church and the parsonage. The church building has a gable roof, lancet arched windows, and a steeple with a cross atop.
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