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Description: Southeast view of the Evans house at 104 West Main Street with the Campbell-Willoughby house, at 44 West Main Street, in the foreground. The Evans house wa...
Date: 1953 ca.
Description: View of the set table in the dining room with the fireplace, mirror and windows in the background.
Description: Standard Oil Company constructed this brick super-service station in 1930 at 101 North Franklin Street. Its Spanish Colonial-style details include decorati...
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: French Second Empire style, C. Loftus Martin House, 327 Milton Ave., built ca. 1868. Three children stand in yard. Richard Lloyd Jones was born in Janesvil...
Description: Elevated view of town with farm fields in the foreground, and low, rolling hills in the background. There is a church steeple in the far background on the...
Description: French Second Empire style, C. Loftus Martin House, 327 Milton Ave., built ca. 1868. Richard Lloyd Jones was born in Janesville in 1873 and lived there unt...
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: A mobile home sits alone at the edge of an empty field adjacent to a septic tank and telephone pole.
Description: A traveling salesman with Willson's Monarch Labs stands beside the horse-drawn wagon that took him on sales routes in rural Wisconsin. Willson manufactured...
Description: Exterior of building located at East Church Street.
Description: Elevated view over rooftops. Farm fields and houses are in the background.
Description: A frame house with a retaining wall. The house was once occupied by the family of Jenkin Lloyd Jones just before they moved to Chicago. His son, Richard Ll...
Date: 1885 after
Description: Stereograph view of Beloit College Chapel with congregation posed outside.
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Family posed outdoors around a table in front of a frame house. There are two men with newspapers, girls with watermelon, and a woman on the porch of the h...
Date: 1886 ca.
Description: Right side view of Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway locomotive engine no. 632.
Description: The First Lutheran Church on the corner of Randall and Milwaukee Streets.
Date: date unknown
Description: Woman worker with her back turned to the camera standing in front of the Clintonville Four Wheel Drive factory.
Date: 1877 before
Description: Railroad wreck on the W.U. Road, Beloit, Wisconsin.
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: Exterior view of Wilson Theater. Standing on sidewalk from left to right are: Delia Berry Wilson, Orpha Wilson, Robert Paul Hollis, and Robert Henry Wilson...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Front view of the Van Pool Brothers office, where the Master Builders' Association of Wisconsin was founded.
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