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Description: A group of five men, one holding a child, pose outside a store. A carriage is parked at the curb.
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...
Date: date unknown
Description: View down a dirt road. The City Hotel is on the left. Farther down the road on a sidewalk a man talks on a platform while a group of men listen.
Description: Exterior view of the Richland Center Public Library. The library opened in 1905. Reverse of the cardboard backing reads: " Claude + Stark architects, Madis...
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...
Date: 1967-09 ca.
Description: View over cornfield of a cemetery on the side of a hill surrounded by a fence. On the hill behind the cemetery are more cornfields.
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...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Posed studio portrait of Myrtle Bancroft, dressed in furs. Probably the wife of Levi Bancroft, a prominent figure in Wisconsin politics.
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: One of the two living rooms of the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Brainard, the former 1878 "old Don Johnson farm" in Bear Valley, which the Brainard's purchase...
Description: Glenn Turner is holding the United Nations flag, and his wife is carrying the flag of the state of Wisconsin. A supporter holds the American flag. One man...
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: Edith Wilk Willkie (Mrs. Wendell L. Willkie) holding a bouquet of flowers.
Description: View down street with commercial buildings and horse-drawn carriages. A group of people stand on the sidewalk on the right.
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...
Description: View along an unpaved road. A woman stands at the entrance of a store near a parked car. A church is next door to the store.
Description: View down a pedestrian walkway constructed of wooden slats.
Description: View across street of the Sextonville General Store, a two-story brick building on a corner. A car is parked on the left, and two men are sitting in a hors...
Description: Two men and two girls stand at the sidewalk posing for the picture. A third man refuels the parked car.
Description: Joe Yanksy (Bohemian), a one-man band with accordion and drums.
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