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Description: Mazomanie Post Office and the State Bank on the corner of Broadhead and Hudson. On the left a young girl stands in the dirt road. Further down the block a...
Description: View from street of the construction of the Mazo Motor Company, which sold and serviced Ford and Fordson vehicles. Standing in the snow in the right foregr...
Description: Mazomanie Village President Theodore R. King, seated at a roll top desk, dials the first telephone call to be handled through the Wisconsin Telephone Compa...
Description: Charles T. Davies, Mazomanie representative of the Wisconsin Telephone Company, receives the first dial telephone call to be handled through the Wisconsin...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: The Mazomanie High School.
Description: Joseph "Roundy" Coughlin presenting the Wisconsin State Journal Trophy, emblematic of the suburban Six-Man Football league championship, to two members of...
Description: Two grand-nieces and a grand-nephew of John Appleby, Mazomanie inventor who perfected the turn knotter for binders, pose with his framed picture in the mus...
Description: Exterior three-quarter view of the High School, built in 1922. It is a large, three-story brick building with arched doors at the corners.
Description: Scattered young trees, seedlings and saplings, in a field.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Interior of the Catholic Church looking over the pews towards the altar. Chandeliers hang from the arched ceiling, and columns are along the sides of the p...
Description: View down tree-lined street with a bridge at the far end. There is a large house with a balcony and wrap-around porch on the other side of the road. A floc...
Description: Aerial view of Mazomanie.
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: View across street towards a large crowd of people posing outside of the Mazo Motor Company dealership at the opening in early spring. Behind the crowd are...
Description: Group portrait of Mazomanie High School basketball team who were Tri-County League champions.
Description: Facade detail of a farmhouse with vertical siding, seen through nearby trees. Photographed on the bottomlands of the Wisconsin River north of Mazomanie.
Description: Philip La Follette and his family at their farm in Mazomanie, Wisconsin. Left to right: Judith, Isabel Bacon, Philip, Robert, and Sherry in front.
Description: John B. Stickney home, 203 Broadhead Street. The home is a Gothic Revival home built in 1856. The tower, porch and an addition on the far side date from th...
Description: View from street towards construction of the Mazo Motor Company, which sold and serviced Ford and Fordson vehicles and agricultural machines. Standing in t...
Description: The site of the Electric Light Plant located near railroad tracks. There is a bell tower with a weather vane on the left.
Description: Detail of sunlit long grass.
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