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Description: Storage buildings along the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific railroad siding and station.
Date: date unknown
Description: A boy sitting on a pony at an intersection. Across the street, a man in overalls stands outside of the restaurant. A large poster for the "Ringling Brother...
Description: Harold E. Stassen (center), in Monroe, receiving a block of cheese from District Attorney Rudolph P. Regez.
Description: Men closing up the cloth after dipping it into the kettle.
Description: Clarence "Slim" Fritag's Pure Oil service station, located at 1323 Ninth Street, created a sensation in 1935 when the local newspaper announced that "an at...
Description: View down a tree-lined dirt road in a residential area. A car is parked at the curb in the distance.
Description: Men hook a bag of cheese from a kettle onto a hook with a pulley.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: View down street. On the right on the corner is a bank, with the office of "Doctor J.T. Lemmel" on the second floor. Three children are standing on the sid...
Description: Colorized postcard of a Baptist Church on a street corner.
Description: Men squeeze whey before pressing.
Description: Elevated view of Harold E. Stassen greeting a crowd of people during a campaign tour in Monroe.
Description: Elevated view of Albany, looking West.
Description: Ink on paper. Includes explanation and a certification signed by Jacob Marty, Electa Marty, and a justice of the peace. Original map is very light and in f...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Students pose in front of Farmer's Grove School, District No #3, Towns of York and New Glarus.
Description: Old gasoline pump and garage doors.
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: View of the town which was founded by Swiss settlers in 1845. A group of women and children stands in front of a fence at 130 5th Avenue, the Gabriel Schi...
Description: Outdoor group portrait of a group of Swiss yodelers in costume. The gentleman in the center has a distinctive moustache.
Description: View down Main Street of the central business district, with many parked automobiles, storefronts, power lines, and sidewalks on both sides of the street.
Date: 1861 after
Description: The First Universalist Church, built in 1861.
Description: Hand-colored photograph of Frieda Jaggi at county line factory, the first family factory, which had a wood frame and heated kettles. It was common for Fri...
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