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Description: Photographic postcard of the Hotel Donnelly. Men are standing and visiting on the porch. A sign on the corner reads "Hotel & Livery." Horse-drawn vehicles...
Description: A water tower with a ruler indicating the amount of the water inside.
Description: The exterior of the Congregational Church.
Date: 1900 after
Description: A view of the village of Bloomington.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Pedestrian walking on the snowy street in front of Daniel Fitch Brown's house.
Description: Canal Street with the businesses that were built after the fire. Ford stepside truck on the left side of the photo. Businesses with three Coca-cola signs...
Description: Photographic postcard of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Trees can be seen to the right and left. Text at the foot reads "M.E. Church, Bloomington, Wis., N...
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Interior of the Daniel Brown home in Bloomington. Brown was a retail merchant. Mr. Zimmerman was a prominent lawyer, and one-time law partner of R.M La Fol...
Description: The village, founded by Delos W. Taft, had its name changed to Bloomington in 1867. It had been named Tafton.
Description: Two-story, brick Ballantine residence, with very tall grass in the foreground, and trees in the background.
Description: Cars are parked at the curbs along the shops. The visible shop signs are Guernsey Restaurant, Ludden's, Ludden's Store for Men, Billiard Hall, The Sanitary...
Date: 1880 before
Description: Street corner with two buildings that have been destroyed by a fire, a brick fence, and some trees. There is a wooden cart in the lower right corner.
Description: View down middle of Main Street. The right side of the street features: Bloomington State Bank, Ira Fox Meat Market, C.H. Enke, Sprague's Recreation Parlor...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The Stone School house, also called the Rock School.
Description: Shops along Main Street. On the left, there is a Woodhouse and Bartley bank, a hardware store, Greer shoe store, J.B. Ludden general merchandise, a bank, a...
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.
Description: Store at 1897 Canal Street, with an old car on the lower right. The car is parked in front of a "no parking" sign.
Description: A hotel, barbershop [?], and post office. The hotel has a roofed porch and chairs. A man stands under the awning of the barbershop, and another man leans a...
Description: The building was erected after a fire which destroyed most of the Bloomington business section in 1897. The bank was acquired by Peter Woodhouse and Patric...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: D.F. Brown house during the spring or summer, with two elm trees, three children and a woman. A picket fence runs along the sidewalk in the front of the h...
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