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Description: View from street of remaining storefronts of two damaged buildings.
Description: Six men and a boy sitting on a wagon.
Description: Large group posed between two buildings, probably a backyard. The third woman from the right, wearing a black dress and cameo, is probably Fannie Post, man...
Description: A group of Native Americans sit on the ground in a circle while other men, women, and children stand near by. There are power lines in the background.
Description: Crowd watching elephants walk trunk-to-tail in circus parade through town.
Description: Eight elderly women posed between two buildings, probably a backyard.
Description: View along shoreline of group of men and boys fishing from rocks under a bridge, while others watch from above. Houses are in the far background on a hill....
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Ho-Chunk Chief Winneshiek leads a powwow just North of Main Street in Black River Falls.
Description: Man in a top-buggy driving a team of two horses, possibly Paul Duxbury in Hixton.
Description: Two women in a road cart pulled by a mule. Mules were almost unknown at the time. The road cart was not a typical vehicle and was considered inappropriate...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Little Norway Church, with graveyard, located south of Black River Falls.
Description: Crowd watching a woman with two white horses in a circus parade.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Winter scene with six women, six children, and a man examining a bobsled hitched to a horse.
Description: Group portrait of a large group of people, primarily children, gathered on the porch of a building with a United States flag.
Description: J.A. "Abe" Bailey, the horse dealer, at the corner of Second and Fillmore streets, looking east, with a wagon and team of two horses.
Description: Man in a wagon, leading another horse, which is probably a breeding stallion. Note that the horses' tails are tied up to keep them out of the mud.
Description: View of a Lutheran church.
Description: Crowd watching an elephant in circus parade through town.
Description: Three patriotically dressed women on horseback in town, riding toward the Merchant Inn.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two-story wooden frame house surrounded by a picket fence. In the far background is the Jackson County Courthouse, possibly the Caves House.
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