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Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Campion College.
Description: Marquette Hall, a dormitory at Campion College.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Fort Crawford. Hospital after restoration.
Description: Stereograph of John Lawler's pile-pontoon railway bridge over the Mississippi River.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Brisbois grave, tomb of Michael Brisbois.
Description: Artesian Well, located near the intersection of Wisconsin Street and South Minnesota Street (since renamed Wacouta). It was dubbed by some to be the "Grea...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Fort Crawford ruins.
Description: A view of the Marquette monument at St. Mary's Academy.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Bluff street looking west.
Description: Former residence of the commanding officer. General Zachary Taylor was its first resident. It was subsequently rebuilt under the command of General Brooke....
Description: View from a distance of Campion College.
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: Bluff Street looking east.
Description: Fort Crawford, a view of the ruins of the hospital building.
Date: date unknown
Description: Fort Crawford Hospital.
Description: Exterior view from across street of the People's State Bank decorated to honor the 250th anniversary of the discovery of the Mississippi River.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: A view of the Brisbois house, the oldest stone house in the state of Wisconsin.
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: View of St. Mary's Institute in 1872, and a view of St. Mary's College in 1922.
Description: Dr. Jesse Rowley driving the buggy. Dr. Rowley was a co-founder of the Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin.
Description: Union troops at Lawler Hall which was used as a U.S. military hospital during the Civil War. Originally built as the Brisbois Hotel in 1857, it was given f...
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