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Description: Zinc miners at tables in the dining hall near.
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior view of a music shop with phonographs, violins, phonograph records displayed on the wall, and wax cylinders lining a shelf.
Date: 1947 ca.
Description: This photocopy of a hand-drawn map shows streets, a public square, lots, and extensive registrations and certifications.
Description: View looking east down Main Street at the intersection with Court Street. Coyle's Drugstore can be seen on the right.
Description: Exhibit featuring maps, drawings, photographs, and compositions.
Photographs of Public Libraries in Wisconsin
Description: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy greets admirers at a Dairy Day event in Platteville.
Description: The brick building at 340 South Chestnut Street, was built around 1930. It resembled the house-with-canopy-type station commonly constructed throughout the...
Description: An engraving based on a drawing by Alexander Simplot of the Platteville Brewery (spelled Plattville). It is an elevated perspective showing the main buildi...
Description: Apiary of 92 colonies owned by N.E. France, a celebrated beekeeper. In the center is the frame of the 10x10-ft extracting house.
Description: Exhibit featuring pressed flowers, maps, drawings, and written compositions.
Description: At a Wisconsin Dairy Day event, the photographer turned the camera from the speaker, Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, to the large audience gathered to listen t...
Description: Letterhead of N.E. France of Platteville, Wisconsin, the general manager and treasurer of the National Bee-Keepers Association, in the form of a label for...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Two men work in a zinc mine near Platteville, Wisconsin.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: A view of the city park with gazebo.
Description: This street map was given out by Mound City Bank and features a legend of points of interest and a street index. Streets are labeled as is the Roundtree Br...
Description: Old Soldiers' Reunion on the public square.
Description: The football team from Platteville Normal School.
Date: 1872 ca.
Description: Galena (lead sulfide) was melted at this open hearth furnace owned by Richard Straw and Company on the Roundtree Branch of the Little Platte River. The men...
Date: 1900 after
Description: This photocopy map show labeled streets and plats.
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