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Description: Parlor decorated in 1840s style in Ralph Warner's "The House Next Door." aka the Lovejoy-Duncan House, 11219 North Webster Street, showing piano and firepl...
Description: A group of African Americans gathered at a picnic table for an outdoor church picnic.
Description: Dining room decorated in 1840s style in Ralph Warner's "The House Next Door," aka the Lovejoy-Duncan House, 11219 N. Webster Street. The pantry is seen thr...
Description: The stables at the Milton House. The Milton House was supposedly a part of the Underground Railroad during the Civil War. The house was built in 1845 by Jo...
Description: Pantry decorated in 1840s style in Ralph Warner's "The House Next Door," aka the Lovejoy-Duncan House, 11219 N. Webster Street, Cooksville.
Description: Two boys raise the United States and Wisconsin flags in front of their Rock County school.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The home of S.C. Chambers.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: The Milton House Inn. The Milton House was supposedly a part of the Underground Railroad during the Civil War. The house was built in 1845 by Joseph Goodri...
Date: 1931 ca.
Description: Barn and two silos on the farm of A.W. Agnew.
Description: View of Emerson Hall, with trees and the lawn in foreground.
Description: Exterior of the Post Office.
Description: Front entrance to Ralph Warner's "The House Next Door," aka the Lovejoy-Duncan House, 11219 N. Webster Street, surrounded by vegetation.
Date: 1865 ca.
Description: The Institution for the Education of the Blind where Louisa May Alcott attended school. Writing on the photo reads "Institution for the Education of the Bl...
Description: Colorized postcard of the Chicago & Northwestern Railway Depot at Beloit.
Description: Front of the museum, with driveway. There is a antenna on the top of the museum.
Date: 1900 after
Description: This map includes an index of streets and schools and shows parks, schools and public lands, and industrial sites.
Date: date unknown
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Walter Wheeler.
Date: 1855 ca.
Description: Sod-breaking plow with five yoke of oxen.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: View of river from Grand Avenue Bridge with railroad tracks and bridge.
Description: A worker uses a machine to cut metal strips for fountain pen nibs at the Parker Pen factory.
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