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Date: 1960 ca.
Description: This blue line print map shows lot and block numbers and dimensions, some landownership, roads, and railroads. The map includes manuscript annotations of a...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: A building on the Milton College campus.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: The Milton House was supposedly a part of the Underground Railroad during the Civil War. The house was built in 1845 by Joseph Goodrich and turned into an...
Description: Old Gallery.
Description: The two sons of Dr. Evert and Phyllis Wallenfeldt are shown playing with their wirehaired dog, Chips, in the leaves on the family lawn. Jeffrey, 7, is on...
Description: Bird's-eye map of Milton.
Description: A drawing of Milton Academy.
Description: The Stone Barn Tavern, located about three miles west of Milton. The three cottonwood trees in front of the tavern were brought from Vermont. There are sev...
Description: Phyllis Wallenfeldt, wife of Milton College president Dr. Evert Wallenfeldt, is shown in her kitchen at home. Phyllis is known for her baking.
Description: View of the Milton College campus.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Watercolor of the "Old Milton House", done by Mrs. Louise Westley of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. The Milton House was supposedly a part of the Underground Ra...
Description: A log cabin and frame house behind the Milton House. The Milton House was supposedly a part of the Underground Railroad during the Civil War. The house was...
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: Thirty-one year old Dr. Evert Wallenfeldt, newly appointed president of Milton College, shown chatting with two students in front of Main Hall. The student...
Description: Business card of Edward Rohloff, a traveling salesman for Willson's Monarch Laboratory, a manufacturer of patent medications in the early part of the 1900s...
Description: A man enters the side door of the stone barn at the Stone Barn Tavern, three miles west of Milton.
Description: A view of the Milton College campus, showing three main buildings.
Description: Charles E. Brown stands beside a chain and crank operated water pump. Brown was the curator of the museum of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin and...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: In 1844 Joseph Goodrich founded Milton Academy and built the first gravel and mortar building in the town. (Note that the Milton House is often called the...
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