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Description: This photocopy of a bird’s-eye-view map shows illustrated houses and various buildings. Streets and the Rock River are labeled. An index to points of inter...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Fort Atkinson, including the North Western Manufacturing Company plant.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View of a river and Main Street bridge above the river.
Description: Everett Robinson (left), Lake Ripley Country Club, Cambridge, and William Rhyme, Portage Country Club, examine the scoreboard before starting their senior...
Description: Letterhead of Hoard's Dairyman, the "national dairy farm magazine" published by former governor and proponent of the Wisconsin dairy industry, William Demp...
Date: 1910 date unknown
Description: Exterior of Jones' Sausage Factory. Bicycles lean against the side of the brick building and horse-drawn carriages park near the rear porch. Copyright 19...
Description: View looking down Main Street with carriages and people.
Description: Letterhead of Jones Dairy Farm Sausage of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, with the letterhead text superimposed on a farmhouse scene with trees in the foreground...
Date: date unknown
Description: An unidentified railroad bridge spans a river.
Date: 1975 ca.
Description: View of the Ramsey barn, built in 1841 by William Barrie. The barn is now located at Old World Wisconsin in Eagle, Wisconsin.
Description: Sanborn map of Fort Atkinson including Barrie, Germany, and North Water Streets.
Description: Elevated view of Fort Atkinson.
Description: Exterior view of a catholic church.
Description: Portrait of Mrs. Arthur J. Gafke, seated in the living room of her ocotogon home in rural Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin.
Description: Front yard landscaping of suburban house including foundation planting, terraced lawn, and window boxes. On the left is a driveway leading to a garage.
Description: View of businesses located on north Main Street, including Winterburn Drugs and the First National Bank.
Description: Exterior view of the residence and yard of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Gafke, located in rural Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. The octagonal house was built in 1850.
Description: A bride and groom comes down the aisle after their wedding at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. The bride is Deborah Wells Jones; h...
Description: View down Milwaukee Avenue. On the left side of the road, the Daughters of the American Revolution Monument, erected in 1907, can be seen among trees trea...
Description: Aerial photograph of the city of Fort Atkinson.
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