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Description: Photographic postcard of Resident Street. The street is unpaved and a sidewalk can be seen on the left side. Homes are visible through the trees.
Description: View of Main Street showing stores, people and vehicles.
Description: Winning dogs and their masters at the Lakeland Dog Training Club obedience trials at the Cambridge High School athletic field. Left to right are winners, f...
Description: Photographic postcard of a Presbyterian Church in Cambridge.
Description: A cottage with a "Hill-Side" sign. An outhouse is to the right of the cottage. There is a path up the hill on the left.
Description: Some of the eighty-seven trophies awarded at the Lakeland Dog Training Club's obedience trials at the Cambridge High School athletic field. There were 128...
Description: A hexagon-shaped chapel along the dirt road.
Description: Gerual Simonsen's barn, on the edge of Cambridge, destroyed by a wind storm.
Description: Photographic postcard along the wooded shoreline of Lake Ripley.
Description: Gypsy, a guide dog at the Cambridge Double-A Guiding Dogs, Inc. School, walks next to his trainer, Burlee Rowe. Rowe is blindfolded to demonstrate his fait...
Description: The G. Thompson family poses in front of their wooden house. One woman sits at a sewing machine working on a quilt while another works at a knitting machin...
Description: Colorized postcard of Main Street West. The street is unpaved and covered with ruts. Sidewalks line both sides and pedestrians can be see walking between t...
Description: Gypsy, a guide dog at the Cambridge Double-A Guiding Dogs, Inc. school with trainer, Burlee Rowe, demonstrates how the dogs are taught to pick up an articl...
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: Chapel at Willerup Camp on Lake Ripley. The camp was named for the Danish immigrant minister, Christian B. Willerup, who established the "oldest Methodist...
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: View of the Rockdale mill, a grist and sawmill built in 1847 by Thomas and Nathan Van Horn.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Three-quarter view of the Methodist Episcopal church.
Description: Photographic postcard of Main Street. Several men and boys appear outside of a store with H.A. Olsen printed on the awning. One boy holds a ball. The store...
Description: Photographic postcard of Lake Ripley. Trees can be seen on the shoreline with sand on the lower right.
Description: Gypsy, a guide dog at the Cambridge Double-A Guiding Dogs, Inc. School, and her trainer, Burlee Rowe, demonstrate how dogs are taught to pick up an article...
Description: Colorized postcard of a dirt road skirting a body of water or river. A guard fence can be seen between the road and the water. Text at top reads, "One of o...
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