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Description: Interior perspective of the living room of the Robert W. Liske house designed and drawn by architect John Randal McDonald. The home was named "Sunny Crest"...
Date: date unknown
Description: One-page menu from the Fountain Spring House, with a view of lush foliage and visitors strolling in the park adjacent to the hotel framed against a scene o...
Description: Camp home, residence of Dan L. Camp, writer and historian.
Description: View of the house in which Rev. A.L. Lindsley and his family lived in 1846. In it were born Julia West, Addison Alexander, and Justus (who died there at n...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: A car is parked in front of Hawks Tavern, with trees, a street sign and power lines.
Description: A side view from road of large brick house with an open front porch, surrounded by trees. There is a a rear wing and attached garage or shed.
Description: Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne hold a basket of vegetables picked from their garden at Ten Chimneys.
Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Blatz Waukesha Water, Bottled at the Springs, Waukesha WI, A natural spring water, s...
Description: Exterior view of a two-story house with several trees on the farm of Fred Esser. On the right is a barn with two silos. On the far left in a fenced area on...
Description: Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne formally dressed in the dining room of their home, Ten Chimneys.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Martin Tavern.
Date: 1953 ca.
Description: Interior perspective drawing of the living room of the Fred Graber house designed and drawn by architect John Randal McDonald.
Description: One of two Franklin stoves used in Hawks Tavern, built by Nelson P. Hawks in 1840.
Description: Exterior view of the Jackson Kemper homestead with trees and shrubbery.
Description: Group portrait of boarders, all railroad shop workers, sitting on the front porch at Mrs. Armour's boarding house. Left to right are: Bill Salsig, Roy Mart...
Description: View of the "Old Cooper House" from the street.
Description: A large wooden classical revival style building with rear extension identified as the Dousman House, or tavern. "[It] stands a few miles east of Waukesha,...
Description: Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne discuss the newspaper in their drawing room at Ten Chimneys.
Description: Exterior view of the Lain-Estburg house.
Description: Tourists visit the historic Seven-Mile Inn at Old World Wisconsin transformed for its role as the Daleyville Bank in the ABC made-for-TV movie "Dillinger".
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