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Description: Shops along Main Street after the rain. On the left, there is the dentist office of S. A. Marlow, August Dreifus and Company Clothing - "shoes for the whol...
Description: View of Main Street from the middle of the street looking down the street. Cars are parked on either side of the street. On the left side, there is a woman...
Description: House with typical extension in rear.
Description: Two cows graze under a bridge.
Description: The village, founded by Delos W. Taft, had its name changed to Bloomington in 1867. It had been named Tafton.
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...
Description: A woman stands on a wooden footbridge. There are homes in the distance.
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...
Description: View of Main Street. F.L. Greer Dry Goods appears in the middle of the picture.
Description: A water tower with a ruler indicating the amount of the water inside.
Description: The entrance to the Carthwaite Park tourist camp and picnic grounds. There is a sign for a filling station 1 mile ahead. A car is parked inside the grounds...
Description: The Ford service station. There is graffiti on the interior side of the windows. A car is parked outside.
Description: School known as the "old stone school", the first public school building in Bloomington. The clock tower replaced the former bell tower.
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...
Description: Indoor portrait of Mr. Daniel Fitch Brown, father-in-law of the photographer.
Description: Exterior of the two-story high school.
Description: View down hill of the Brooklyn Bridge and houses.
Description: The stone building formerly housed the flour mill. The mill was established in 1852, but had pretty well gone out of business by 1895, by which time the po...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Elevated view of the town.
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...
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