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Date: 1891 ca.
Description: Grace May Hall, as a five-year-old circus child, with a large show python coiled at her feet and a smaller show snake around her neck.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: View of the Grange Store on Main Street East.
Date: 1950-06-09 ca.
Description: Three male members of the Disch family show off ribbons won for raising prize sheep.
Description: George W. Hall, Jr., noted Evansville, Wisconsin, circus performer, as a young boy, holding a snake and wearing copper-toed boots.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two views of the Evansville high and grade schools.
Description: Exterior of building located at East Church Street.
Description: Seated carte-de-visite portrait of 1st Lieutenant James R. West, Company F, 16th Wisconsin Infantry.
Description: Looking down West Church Street, lined with trees.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: View down Main Street. A group of women are looking in store windows on the right.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View of the Wyler School for Boys.
Description: View across road of building on East Main Street.
Description: View of Main Street, looking east.
Description: Exterior view of Eager Free Public Library, Evansville, WI.
Description: View over roads and railroad tracks of industrial silos for the Brunsell Co. Trucks are parked nearby, and warehouses are on the right.
Description: Miss Zelma Purchase, of the Home Economics Department at International Harvester's Evansville Works, sits at a table with folded hands.
Description: Men use a Farmall tractor and a steel husker-shredder(?) on the farm of Robert Rawley.
Description: View of West Main Street, lined with trees.
Description: Group portrait of the Evansville Home Talent League baseball team.
Description: Full-length studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Beulah Irene Miller (1888-1958) and Willis Miller, Jr., sister and brother. Beulah is seated...
Description: Robert Romley uses a steel husker and shredder near a silo and barn on his farm.
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