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Description: Exterior view from street of former home of historian and writer H. E. Cole, located at 908 Ash Street.
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...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: View of the exterior architecture of the First Baptist Church.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: A man crosses Oak Street in this view north across the intersection with Third Street. The Bank of Baraboo is on the left; First National Bank is diagonall...
Description: Photographic postcard of the exterior of the public school, a large brick building with a turret in the corner.
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: Historic site marker commemorating the first permanent home in Baraboo. The inscription reads, "On this site in 1840, the first permanent home in Baraboo...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Charles Enge, seventh from left, and supporters pose in front of the Al. Ringling Theatre. A sign on top of a car advertises his campaign for the Wisconsin...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Bunn the Baker, in chef's hat and apron and holding a rolling pin, stands beside a wood burning cook stove set up outdoors. A sign above the stove advertis...
Description: View of the Al. Ringling Theatre from across 4th Street. Neighboring businesses include Pointon Appliance, and an antique shop. Several cars are parked alo...
Date: 1953 ca.
Description: Aerial view of the "powder storage area" of the Badger Ordnance Plant.
Description: View from street of a business block in Ableman. There is a storefront with umbrellas displayed in the show window, and what appears to be a hammock is hun...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Exterior from street of the Schwartz Farm Equipment building, 135 Third Avenue. Show windows in the one-story brick building feature an International truck...
Description: Photographic postcard view from street in the central business district. The street is lined with businesses, and a few have awnings over their storefronts...
Description: Awnings shade the windows of the three-story stone Richardsonian Romanesque style residence of Al. Ringling.
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: Limbs litter the ground under trees heavily coated with ice on the Sauk County Courthouse Square after an ice storm.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Colored postcard of the exterior of the stone church. There are four crosses, one on the bell tower, and three others at the corners of the roof. Windows a...
Description: Mr. Trimpey creates a self-portrait while photographing the window of his antique shop at 128 Fourth Avenue. The window display features dolls from the col...
Description: A foursquare style house with front and back porches sits on a large landscaped lot with a decorative fence and painted pergola. The house, at 220 Eighth S...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Monument for Yellow Thunder, Chief of the Winnebago tribe. The inscriptions read, "Yellow Thunder, Chief of the Winnebago, born 1774 - died 1874. And his s...
Description: The Trimpey's house, the residence of Edwin B. and Alice Kent Trimpey. View of the back porch and side entrance faces a neighboring yard.
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