View Along the Baraboo River | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

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View Along the Baraboo River

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DESCRIPTION

View of the Baraboo River and surrounding structures.

RECORD DETAILS

Image ID: 29099

Creation Date: 1868 ca.

Creator Name: Mould, Mathew

City: Baraboo

County: Sauk

State: Wisconsin

Collection Name: Place File*

Genre: Photograph

Original Format Type: photographic print, b&w

Original Format Number: Baraboo.60

Original Dimensions: 3.25 x 5.5 inches

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The imprint on the back of the photograph reads, "The large building on this side of the river and to the left was the P.A. Bassett flour mill, and the building to the left the American house, the approach to the river ford being between the two places. The building across the river to the right was the John Seaborn or Gen. Starks foundry, the one near the end of the bridge the P.A. Bassett heading factory, the one to the right the P. Pratt saw mill, the structure up the hill the Baraboo House, and the building beyond the heading factory the Bender brewery. The hill beyond the bridge was the H.H. Potter hop yard. The picture was taken by Mathew Mould about 1868 from near his home at the corner of Bench and Oak streets."

SUBJECTS

Cities and towns

Human settlements

Rivers

Water

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