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Date: 1930 ca.
Description: The home of Joel Allen Barber who helped frame the present constitution of Wisconsin.
Description: View across railroad tracks of storefronts located near the train depot. The shops include: Montford Lumber Company, Damerow's Cafe, and the American Hotel...
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior of reception rooms at Saint Clara Academy. Founded by Father Samuel Mazzuchelli and built in 1852, the academy's reception rooms feature religious...
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...
Description: View from street towards a row of brick buildings. On the left corner is a building with a sign on the roof that says "W. Welsh." The entrance has a balcon...
Description: View across unpaved street of several houses, with board sidewalks, fences and power lines. In the background is a bluff.
Description: View down a snow-covered street. There are shops on either side. "W.J. Birch - Cash Store" is on the left.
Description: View down dirt road line with trees and houses on the right side. On the left side are commercial buildings, and in the far background is a steep hill.
Description: View from road of a clapboard one-room school building with white trimming and a cream-colored chimney. There is a bell tower with a weather vane on top. A...
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...
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: A reproduction of an early print of a long, two story wooden building with a front porch identified as the Tyler House. A man drives a horse-drawn wagon in...
Description: View across unpaved road of the Preston Business District. Three men and a young child stand in front of what may to be a general store, with large show wi...
Description: An intersection with townhouse on the left and a hotel on the right. There is a group of people on the porch of the townhouse and a horse and carriage park...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View of the exterior of the Conrad Schmitt (Sherwin Gillett's future father-in-law) residence. There are two unidentified men on the porch posing in the sh...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Cassville Public School, remodeled in 1911. Here, the second floor porch has been enclosed with new bricks and windows on one side.
Description: View over town, including hotel and church, towards the Mississippi River. The far shoreline and bluffs are in the distance.
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: Photographic postcard of Boscobel High School seen through the trees. Text below reads: "High School, Boscobel, Wis."
Description: Exterior of the Brookside Hospital. The building features a fire escape, an enclosed porch, and a mansard roof.
Description: View from bluff of Cassville with the Mississippi River in the background.
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