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Date: 1900 after
Description: Pen and pencil on tracing paper. Shows landownership by name, local streets, local businesses, mill pond, creek, and proposed railroad.
Date: date unknown
Description: Marjorie Quinney looking towards the Quinney family farmhouse from a distant field.
Date: 2001 ca.
Description: Wren house on a tree at the Quinney farm.
Description: Portrait of a young Kenneth Lewis Moffat Pray (1882-1948. Kenneth was born September 27, 1882,in Whitewater, WI,the son of Theron B. Pray (1849-1920), a te...
Description: A display of autumn produce including corn, squash, cabbage and apples occupies a corner of the Centerville School. There are posters of animals, vegetable...
Description: Richard Quinney looks out the window of the farmhouse on his first birthday. Next to him on the windowsill sits a cake with one candle.
Description: A view of the back of an industrial plant and a nearby creek. A smoke stack is visible on the left.
Description: View of a group of individuals relaxing outdoors. Several men and women read, while others sit on the ground or in a hammock.
Description: View of Delavan Lake, looking toward Highland.
Description: View of trees and dirt road in Oak Park.
Description: Landscape view of the marsh on the Quinney farm.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the south face of Wadsworth Hall. A flag flies from the pediment. A large lawn with shrubs and trees is in the foreground.
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: 1945 ca.
Description: A threshing scene in a field. One man pitches grain into a threshing machine while standing on the load of grain in the wagon pulled by two horses. A secon...
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: Mervin Kittleson and Floyd Quinney standing in front of a barn and next to a Ford Model T just before they embark for a trip to California.
Description: Baby Richard Quinney rides on a full wheelbarrow pushed by his father, Floyd Quinney, across the farmyard.
Description: Stanley Zuckerman, Lloyd Barbee, Jackie Robinson, and David Obey. The photograph is inscribed from Obey to Barbee.
Description: A view of the back and side of the plant, which sits next to a body of water. Three young men in bathing suits sit on a wall over the bridge to the right.
Description: View of cabins on the shore of Delavan Lake, with three women standing near the base of a pier.
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