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Description: Side view of the locomotive purchased by the Pine River and Stevens Point Railroad, being hauled over land from Lone Rock to Richland Center. In the backgr...
Description: View from street of exterior of the Truesdale's store where a man and four children pose on the sidewalk. There are homes and a barbershop pole [?] on the...
Description: Portrait of four men, suspected Lone Rock bank robbers.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The Coumbe homestead, home of John Coumbe, the first white settler in Richland County, who came to the site in 1838. The original buildings were log struct...
Date: 1927 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Main Street with automobiles lining either side. An ice cream parlor is visible on the right side, as are a dry cleaning and tailoring bu...
Date: date unknown
Description: An intersection with a general store on the left. Two men stand outside the store. There are three horses and wagons on the right and one on the left.
Description: Two boys display the American flag before raising it on a rustic flag pole in the school yard of the Consolidated School, District No. 4. The other student...
Description: View across reservoir of a bridge over a dam.
Description: Exterior of a two-story hotel with two men, a woman and a child standing on the porch.
Description: The municipal sand-bottomed swimming pool was a popular spot to cool off in the summer months.
Description: The Coumbe homestead, home of John Coumbe, the first white settler in Richland County, who came to the site in 1838. This home was built in 1861-62; the or...
Date: 1954 ca.
Description: An aerial view of the air show at Tri-County Airport to celebrate the re-opening of the field under local management. Because of its location at the inters...
Description: Exterior of the "General Merchandise - A.C. Hanold groceries" and the "garage and auto livery."
Description: View across dirt road of two men standing on a tree stump halfway up the side of a rocky bluff. Trees grow along the sides and top of the bluff. In the bac...
Description: Elevated view from hill of houses and garages surrounded by trees.
Date: 1966-05-19 ca.
Description: Pasture with logs near fence and road. On the other side of the road is a barn and farm buildings. In the background is a tree-lined ridge.
Description: View of the furniture in the dining room of the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Brainard. The home was formerly the 1878 "old Don Johnson farm" in Bear Valley w...
Description: View down street with homes and shops on either side. In the street is a man on a horse, a dog, and two horses and carriages. On the left by Doctor Ruby's...
Description: Family posing outside the Boaz Hotel by A.H. Berry. The two-story hotel features a balcony, porch, and a wooden walkway.
Description: A. D. German Warehouse, 330 S. Church Street, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, now used as a center for human history, arts, crafts, and architecture.
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