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Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Octagon house.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Elkhorn High School and its bell tower.
Description: Spring Prairie Church.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Buildings along Walworth Street.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Front view of the home of composer Joseph Philbrick Webster, with trees and a small dog in the yard. Joseph Philbrick Webster composed "Sweet By and By" an...
Description: John Philbrick Webster House. Built in 1836, the building served as the federal land grant office and courthouse. The composer Joseph Philbrick Webster us...
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: H.S. Winsor residence, with a stagecoach in the foreground.
Description: Richard Quinney as a baby held by his father, Floyd Quinney, in the family's farmyard.
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Winter scene with young Richard and Ralph Quinney hauling firewood on a sled through the snow past the farmhouse.
Description: Warren Potter, holding a bucket, poses with his sheep and lambs. There is a road in the background and a farmstead on the other side of the road.
Description: Three illegal gambling machines (slot) in the Lone Oak Inn, on Highway 12, north of Elkhorn.
Description: View of a weathered old barn on the family dairy farm. The sliding doors are open, and there is one small window just under the roof at the gable end of th...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Elderkin octagon house.
Date: 1944 ca.
Description: Richard and Ralph Quinney with their father, Floyd Quinney, riding in the back of a horse-drawn grain wagon in the farmyard.
Description: Marjorie Quinney, Richard Quinney's aunt, wearing a stole and a checkered coat, standing behind a Model-T Ford on the family farm with sheds in background.
Description: Robert Bloch, Harold Gauer, Tom Amilie, and two unknown men at Amlie's home. Taken to illustrate campaign brochure of Amlie talking to "farmer types."
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: Young Ralph Quinney fills a water trough for a group of Jersey cows on the family farm.
Description: Tom Amlie. and volunteer Doctor Newberry, at Amlie's home. Photograph was to be used in campaign literature.
Description: Baby Richard Quinney held by his mother, Alice Quinney, in the farmyard.
Description: Three pigs wallowing in the mud near the side of a wire fence. A trough of water is behind the pigs.
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