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Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Charles Matt and his family posing around Mrs. Matt's chair.
Description: Cary Bass, standing next to his Great Uncle Cary, who is seated. They are most likely seated inside the Bass family home, 207 Clay Street.
Description: A man, his wife and their two children posed in front of their farmstead. The man is holding a team of horses.
Date: 1893 ca.
Description: Ada Bass sits in a chair sewing at a table while her daughter, Everetta, lies on a daybed.
Description: Group of children and adults on a lawn along the shore. Gentleman on the right is mowing the lawn. A young boy is playing with a dog in front of two girls...
Description: Great Uncle Cary posing with Everetta and Cary Bass. They are most likely seated inside the Bass family home, 207 Clay Street.
Description: Workmen with teams of horses excavate for the new Mercantile Store, later the M.M. Smart Store. A woman is walking on the street nearby, and a boy or man w...
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: Leroy J. Burlingame, sitting in a chair in the Montello home of his son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. Bass. Another person, obscured, is stan...
Date: 1897 after
Description: The parlor in the home of Dr. Edward Bass showing a parlor organ near a window, and other furnishings.
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: Group portrait of the graduating class. The four men and four women are seated in the front yard of the photographer holding their diplomas.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: A group of unidentified men, women and children photographed on a bentwood bench outdoors. One girl holds a doll, and a woman holds an infant.
Description: The log cabin store where a woman poses in the service window, and a man and a woman poses outdoors. There is a car parked in the road. The store advertise...
Description: Elevated view of the dam on the Fox River at Buffalo Lake. Houses and other buildings are visible in the background.
Description: Illustration of John Muir's first Wisconsin home at Fountain Lake.
Description: Everetta Bass stands in a room near chairs in front of a treadle sewing machine. A doll buggy is also visible. A tapestry or blanket hangs on the wall on t...
Description: Infant, identified as Loura, seated in a baby carriage outside of the Bass family home, 131 East Montello Street.
Description: Elevated view from the south. The Fox River is in the foreground with the dam just visible in the lower right. The lock is seen in the center; the Montello...
Description: Everetta Bass stands on a fur rug outdoors holding a small American flag. A rocking horse, basket, and doll buggy are nearby.
Description: The home of the Burlingames, possibly belonging either to the parents of Ada Bass or her brother Everett. There is someone outside near the side door.
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