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Description: View down a road towards commercial strip of town. On the right is a gas station and repair shop, on the left side are a restaurant/bakery, and a Chevrolet...
Date: date unknown
Description: Exterior of the Cottage Grove Grade School with carved stone plaque. There is an entrance on both ends of the facade.
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: View across commercial street looking south. Parked at the curb are cars, and driving along the street is a bearded man with a horse and buggy. The shops a...
Description: Governor Taylor's farm with granary and barn.
Description: A group of young women sit on the grass at a park. There is a monument in the park. A man stands near the Cottage Grove train depot in the background.
Description: Tavern in a state of deterioration, with rubble in front. The tavern is partly obscured by an oak tree, and a white house stands behind the tavern.
Description: Exterior of the Catholic Church. There is a cemetery behind the building.
Description: Governor Taylor's farm home. The man standing on the porch is John Killian, owner of the farm when the photograph was taken.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Exterior of church, with snow on the ground.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Exterior view of a schoolhouse in Cottage Grove with students posing in front of the building.
Description: Governor Taylor's farm home.
Description: German Evangelical Association Church and adjacent cemetery.
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