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Description: View of a farm house, with fences around it, a cowboy on horseback overseeing cattle, and a horse-drawn carriage on the street in front of the estate. Re...
Description: View of a farmstead with multiple pine trees. A road is in foreground with a carriage driven by two horses, and a man in the carriage. A dog runs in fron...
Description: D.L. Fairchild residence from the street, with a stagecoach and pedestrian in the foreground.
Description: The home of Charles Wales, who settled in 1845.
Description: Detail from atlas of the home of Almon Jewell who settled in 1845.
Description: The Whiting House with assorted traffic and people.
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: H.S. Winsor residence, with a stagecoach in the foreground.
Description: View of the J.M. Bailey Jr. Marble Works storefront. From the "Combination Atlas-Map of Walworth Co.", Chicago
Description: The home of Levi Jackson, who settled in 1842.
Description: Detail from atlas of the home of Z. Short who settled in 1842.
Description: The hotel of S.H. Stafford, who settled about 1845.
Description: Downtown East Troy with the Seymour Brooks residence.
Description: Exterior view of the W.P. Storms residence with a horse-drawn wagon in front of it.
Description: Detail from atlas of the home of H.M. Curtis who settled in 1840.
Description: View of an estate covered with various plants and trees. Two people stand on a sidewalk in front of the distant estate, looking towards it. Two horses dr...
Description: Detail from atlas of the home of James Child who settled in 1847.
Description: Exterior of the property of the Wisconsin Institute for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, with circle drive and people walking the grounds.
Description: The home of Mrs. Doc P. Maxwell, settled in 1857.
Description: The Lake Geneva Seminary, founded June 10, 1869 and was chartered by an act of legislature on March 1871.
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