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Date: 1923 ca.
Description: View of Fountain Lake (officially known as Ennis Lake), John Muir's boyhood home near Montello. The area is now a 125-acre State Natural Area. Fountain Lak...
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: A cabinet card studio portrait of Edward Cary Bass, son of Dr. Edward A. Bass.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Cary Bass standing beside the Bass family home at 131 East Montello Street. He is holding a hoop.
Description: Man standing on the porch of a home belonging to either Mrs. Kelly or Mrs. Stevenson.
Description: Girl (probably Everetta Bass, the photographer's daughter), opening a decorative gate. She is posed inside a local church. The Bass family attended the Me...
Description: Infant, identified as Loura, seated in a baby carriage outside of the Bass family home, 131 East Montello Street.
Description: A woman, identified as Mrs. Blore, is seated with two girls in a Montello church. The young girl at the cross could possibly be the photographer's daughter...
Description: A man, his wife and their two children posed in front of their farmstead. The man is holding a team of horses.
Description: Bridge at the end of Main Street (West Montello Street). Sign on Bridge States "$5.00 Fine For Driving Or Riding Over This Bridge Faster Than A Walk."
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Dr. Edward A. Bass pushing his son Cary in a baby carriage along a wooden sidewalk on Nebraska Street (now West Montello Street).
Description: Lorinda Hill Bass and her granddaughter, Everetta Bass, sitting in a parlor. Everetta holds two dolls in her lap. There is a large oil lamp in the backgrou...
Description: A seated young man looking into the camera watches over polls during a historic union election in Neshkoro. In the center, the ballot box is placed in fron...
Date: date unknown
Description: Photograghic postcard of a group of men, children and a dog posing in front of Lake House. Another man with two children are sitting on the porch steps. Th...
Description: Group portrait of the graduating class. The four men and four women are seated in the front yard of the photographer holding their diplomas.
Description: View along shoreline of a man and two boys fishing on a wooden dock. A rowboat is pulled up on the shore. Two cars are parked near trees. In the far backgr...
Description: Two carpenters pose on the front porch of the Bass family home at 207 Clay Street in the fall of 1897. The Gibbs Brothers, of Packwaukee, were the archite...
Description: Workmen with teams of horses excavate for the new Mercantile Store, later the M.M. Smart Store.
Description: Ada Bass and her daughter Everetta in their parlor.
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