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Description: Elevated view of farmland. In the bottom-left center, there is a structure with a bell tower near a dirt road. In the center there is a similar building. T...
Description: View down road towards a man and woman riding in a carriage pulled by a team of horses past the City Hotel.
Description: The first locomotive for the Pine River & Stevens Point ralroad, which was purchased in 1875, being hauled overland from Lone Rock to Richland Center while...
Description: Letterhead of the Post Office in Cazenovia, Wisconsin. On the left is an eagle resting on a pile of U.S. Mail bags. On the right is an image of a railroad...
Description: View down middle of dirt road. There are dwellings on either side behind rows of trees. A hill is in the far background.
Description: Ada [& friend] Charlie. Ada pretends to shoot an apple from the head of her friend Charlie, who poses with arms folded. There is a painted backdrop behind...
Description: Exterior of church with tree in the foreground. One of the screen doors is fully opened. A dust pan hangs from a tree branch on the far left. There are hom...
Description: View down street with homes and shops on either side. In the street is a man on a horse, a dog, and two horses and carriages. On the left by Doctor Ruby's...
Description: Exterior view from across the street of Otto's Tavern.
Description: View across the creek of two houses.
Description: A street scene at the post office. The post office houses J.E. James Childs Cabinets. One man stands at the doorpost and three men sit on makeshift seats o...
Description: A. D. German Warehouse, 330 S. Church Street, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, now used as a center for human history, arts, crafts, and architecture.
Description: Unidentified man outside of Otto's Tavern.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The Coumbe homestead, home of John Coumbe, the first white settler in Richland County, who came to the site in 1838. The original buildings were log struct...
Description: View down dirt road of an intersection with a man on a horse standing in the middle. On the left there is Bradley & Metcalf C.(?) Bradley shoe store. Men s...
Description: Elevated view from hill of houses and garages surrounded by trees.
Description: Elevated view from hill of the town and hills in the distance.
Description: Three-quarter view from front of the public school, which is a two-story wood frame building with a belfry. There are two doors at the front of the buildin...
Description: The Coumbe homestead, home of John Coumbe, the first white settler in Richland County, who came to the site in 1838. This home was built in 1861-62; the or...
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