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Description: York Iron Works, with a group of men posed standing in front of the construction of the blast furnace.
Description: Men posed standing at the construction site. They are probably laying the foundation of a building. A small wooden building in the background has a poster...
Description: Blacksmith in apron standing in the doorway of a blacksmith shop. Man identified as possibly Fred Weller.
Description: Barber shop with customers and shaving mug rack. African American man is probably Frank Lyons.
Photographs of Public Libraries in Wisconsin
Description: A farmer drives a team of three horses hitched to a manure spreader. Another man stands next to the team, holding an additional horse by its reins.
Description: Group of men posed holding logging tools. They are standing and sitting in front of wooden buildings. Two men display two teams of horses. Behind the group...
Description: A blower is attached to a steam tractor by a belt and blows grain into a barn. A man stands by the tractor while others stand on the blower near the barn.
Description: View across street of six men posing, four wearing aprons and work cloths, and two men in suits holding guns. Beside them on the left is a woman and girl s...
Description: A man sleeping in a chair, possibly Thomas Thunder (HoonkHaGaKah). On the back wall of Van Schaick’s studio are photographs he made available for purchase.
Description: Man repairing a bicycle in a shop, probably the Repair Shop of Leslie Werner. Man identified as probably Leslie Werner.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: A woman, possibly the daughter of C.R. Monroe, holding up an image of Black River Falls Main Street at the back of a traveling photographer's wagon.
Description: Group of men posed standing on the snow-covered ground in front of a log building. In the foreground one man sits on a pile of logs.
Description: Men laying the foundation for the post-flood business district dam.
Description: Two men, two women, a young boy, and a dog pose in a yard in front of a frame house. There is a photographer's wagon on the left, and a box is on the groun...
Description: Men constructing a building, or laying a foundation for the post-flood business district dam, using steam-powered machinery in front of the Merchants Hotel...
Description: Three photographer's wagons, two owned by C.R. Monroe and the other by N.L. Ellis, in front of tents in the countryside. Two men and a woman are posed stan...
Description: Several Ho-Chunk and European American men, women, and children standing and kneeling in a field with wooden boxes. Probably picking cranberries at Gebhard...
Description: Four men posed standing and holding logging tools next to a team of two oxen. Two other men are sawing a tree with a two-handled saw.
Description: Group portrait over fence of two men, a woman, and a boy posed in a farmyard with cattle and a team of oxen. In the background are fam buildings and a phot...
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