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Description: Promotional brochure for the Wisconsin Dells (then known as Kilbourn) issued by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. The railroad illustrated many of...
Description: Front cover and interior of a lunch menu from the Capri Steak House, with a red leatherette cover and gold tasselled cord.
Date: 1978-10-28 before
Description: Menu from the Jamieson House, with decorative borders featuring putti holding a platter of meat, wine cellar keys, and a basket of wines; decanting wine fr...
Description: Back fold of a Wisconsin Dells promotional brochure featuring a simplified Wisconsin highway map with directions to the Dells, and a drawing of a family dr...
Description: Drawing of Fort Winnebago (near present-day Portage) that illustrated "Wau-Bun," Juliette Kinzie's memoir of her experiences on the early Wisconsin fronti...
Description: Letterhead of F.H. Smith, proprietor of a local and long distance telephone company, bicycle shop, and dry goods business in Pardeeville, Wisconsin, with a...
Description: "The Dells", a brochure issued by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and Pacific Railroad to advertise the Wisconsin Dells, a destination only five hours fr...
Description: Engraved view of Rood's Glen. A boy plays with a toy boat at bottom left while two men and a woman talk at bottom right. Two other figures can be seen in t...
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Description: Engraved view of "The Jaws" in the Wisconsin Dells.
Description: Advertising card for Dr. Townsend & Sons of Wyocena, manufacturers of all kinds of fluid extracts, liniments, etc.
Description: Letterhead of the Beaver Canning Company of Randolph, Wisconsin, packers of peas and sweet corn, with three beavers perched on a branch overhanging the wat...
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