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Date: 1930 ca.
Description: A studio self-portrait of Ephraim B. Trimpey with goatee, wearing eyeglasses and a large cravat.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Awnings shade the windows of the three-story stone Richardsonian Romanesque style residence of Al. Ringling.
Description: Civilian Conservation Corps workers at the Devil's Lake State park camp waving from trucks. Others men stand in the dirt road nearby.
Description: View from across street of stone church with a short, sturdy tower, which sits on a corner lot at 111 Sixth Street.
Description: An interior view of a cluttered but organized office, possibly that of the photographer. There are prints of female nudes and bathing beauties on the far w...
Description: Colorized postcard of a paved road curving to the left through trees, shrubs and bluffs. A dirt road can be seen to the left, and the sky is blue with a fe...
Description: Devil's Lake State Park Civilian Conservation Corps workers posed at rock formation, possibly Devil's Doorway.
Description: A hand-colored portrait of the Trimpey family cat, Honey.
Description: The Tudor Style stone and stucco home of E.P. McFetridge, president of the Island Woolen Mill Company.
Description: Colorized postcard in the Tall-Tale style. Two men standing on the shore are pulling a third man's leg out of a enormous fish's mouth. Two automobiles and...
Description: A portrait of the Trimpey family cat, Mary.
Description: The head and foot boards of a maple bed lean against two cupboards. The cupboards hold pewter ware as well as crockery.
Description: The photographer stands on a park or garden path holding his gloves. He wears a coat with attached cape, hat, and large cravat.
Description: The Ringling Brothers circus stored equipment in these buildings during the winter. Two cars are parked outside an auto repair and moving store.
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Fourth Avenue, showing the ornate Al. Ringling Theatre, Ryan Hickethier & Co, "A Sears Associated Store", and a portion of the Trimpey Studios storefront....
Description: A studio portrait of Sauk City author August Derleth.
Description: A doll is posed beside a miniature chair. The doll, from the collection of Alice Kent Trimpey, wears a long gown and a bead necklace. She has a tinted chin...
Description: A view of a cluttered office, possibly that of the photographer, with several desks and two typewriters. There is a large model train on a mantle above a s...
Description: A nighttime view of dolls from the collection of Alice Kent Trimpey, arranged in the window of the Trimpey Studio and antique shop, 128 Fourth Avenue. The...
Description: An elderly woman in an old-fashioned dress sits and knits by a table in front of a painted backdrop.
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