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Date: 1926 ca.
Description: View from across street of the ornate terra cotta facade of the Al. Ringling Theatre, with advertisements for Rex (The Wonder Horse) in the silent movie, "...
Description: Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Philleo Nash, a Democrat, riding on an elephant during the annual Circus Parade.
Date: 2009 ca.
Description: Close-up of plasterwork and a painted wall panel in the Al. Ringling Theatre. Painting features Venus and cupids lounging in the clouds.
Description: Close-up of the original pin rail fly system backstage at the Al. Ringling Theatre.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: View across river of a large mill or factory complex, possibly the Island Woolen Mill. In front of the mill is a roofed boathouse, with a canoe hanging fro...
Description: Close-up of plasterwork and still functioning vaudeville lights in the Al. Ringling Theatre.
Description: A large group of young men pose on the steps of the Sauk County Courthouse. They would leave that day for the newly constructed Camp Grant near Rockford, I...
Description: View of the memorial pillars on the Warner Memorial Road near Baraboo. The pillars were erected in 1923.
Description: Exterior view of decorative carved stone facade of Al. Ringling Theatre including pilasters and flower garlands.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: The Ringling Brothers circus stored equipment in these buildings during the winter. Two cars are parked outside an auto repair and moving store.
Description: A view of brick-paved Fourth Avenue, with the Al. Ringling Theatre on the left. The theater, which has an ornate terra cotta facade, advertises its air-con...
Description: Exterior view from street of former home of historian and writer H. E. Cole, located at 908 Ash Street.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: View of Water Street, the winter home of the Ringling Brothers Circus. The whole street was circus property.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: View from across street of a crowd sitting on the porch, lawn and street in front of the Elks Lodge (Al. Ringling house) listening to a speaker standing at...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Civilian Conservation Corps workers at the Devil's Lake State park camp waving from trucks. Others men stand in the dirt road nearby.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: View from across street of houses on Fourth Street. House second on left is the McFetridge house.
Description: View of Al. Ringling Theatre's auditorium from rear of stage.
Description: View from street of the home of George Snyder at 1219 Ash Street. It is a large wooden Queen Anne-style house with a columned front porch and a corner towe...
Description: The Trimpey's home, the residence of Edwin B. and Alice Kent Trimpey. View of the front entrance door and front porch facing the street.
Description: Restored terra-cotta frieze in the lobby of Al. Ringling Theatre featuring flower garlands and dancing children.
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