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Date: 1850 ca.
Description: This map of Geneva shows lots and acreages, reserved land, and public squares. Streets and Lake Geneva are labeled. The map includes manuscript annotations...
Date: 1959 ca.
Description: This map of Lake Geneva has relief shown by contours and water depths shown by isolines. The map includes an index of schools, churches, public services, i...
Date: date unknown
Description: Floyd Quinney, Richard Quinney's father, feeding cows and chickens in a field on his family's farm.
Description: View from street of hotel with balcony above entrance on corner, and a clock tower. Motorcar with several people are on the left.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: View of the Morris Pratt Institute, a mansard-style structure.
Description: Will Holloway and Mabel Stiles Holloway, Alice Quinney's father and step-mother, pose for a photograph in their yard on Alice's wedding day.
Description: View of an estate covered with various plants and trees. Two people stand on a sidewalk in front of the distant estate, looking towards it. Two horses dr...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Elsa Seipp Madlener, center, poses with her husband Albert, right, and another man, possibly Ed Daily, the engineer of the steam launch "Lorely." A handwri...
Description: Poster announcing People's Art Fest, a free concert event that took place three miles west of Whitewater. Featured Soup, Fuse, Oz, Tongue, Shortstuff Hope,...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Map of the United States with an imprint of Whitewater, Wisconsin and the title "The Only Town on the Map". It was published as a novelty.
Description: A winter view of the main house at Black Point, seen from the rear (south), shows the distinctive tower, chimneys and porches. A small one story addition,...
Description: Exterior view of the W.P. Storms residence with a horse-drawn wagon in front of it.
Description: A small, simple wood frame building stands along the brick walkway near the shore of Geneva Lake at Black Point. There is lattice trim under the eaves on t...
Description: A view of a cabin on the grounds of the State Normal School. A pile of logs sits to the left.
Description: Catherine Orb Seipp stands on the lawn at Black Point, near one of the porches of the 1905 "cottage." She is wearing a summer dress with bold bands of dark...
Description: Robert A. Taft outdoors shaking hands in a crowd after giving a speech in the Municipal Building during his campaign. He was ultimately unsuccessful in his...
Description: An unidentified man in a buggy stops to water his horse at an old trough in the middle of the road. There is a handbill on a utility pole on the left.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Main Street looking east in Whitewater.
Date: 1882-08-24 before
Description: Front cover and menu page from Kaye's Park House, with a lakeside view of the hotel, a paddlewheel steamboat, people in rowboats or standing by a Kaye's Pa...
Description: This substantial wooden hotel in the classical revival style has a large wing in the rear and another on the right. A wrap-around porch unifies the buildin...
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