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Description: Letterhead of the Industrial Arts Division, Wisconsin State College-Platteville, with a view of the front of the division building and a cloud-filled sky,...
Description: Coon dogs starting race with handlers and spectators in background.
Description: Zinc miners at tables in the dining hall near.
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: A view of the Mitchell-Rountree house (the first).
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: Quonset hut at Len's Feed and Fuel, North Third Street at East Furnace Street.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Hadley Mill on the Little Platte River, seven miles southwest of Platteville in the Town of Paris.
Grant County Rural Schools
Description: Exhibit featuring pressed flowers, maps, drawings, and written compositions.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: A view looking down Main Street.
Description: Coon dogs treeing a raccoon with handler and spectators observing. Sign on spectators' fence says: "Elect Taylor G. Brown, Republican Candidate for Lieuten...
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: The John H. Rountree House, built in 1854. According to "The History of Wisconsin" (Vol. I, 1973), "The rise of the settlement at Platte Mounds was indisso...
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: 1930 ca.
Description: View inside a lead mine showing six miners with a car on a track.
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...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: A view of the First Methodist Church.
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: A view of Main Street, looking east.
Description: Gophering, or prospecting for lead using a Windlass at Maplewood Farm.
Description: Exhibit featuring maps, drawings, photographs, and compositions.
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