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Description: A Ho-Chunk woman walking in a field. In the background are several white tents, possibly an encampment for cranberry harvest.
Description: Man wearing a derby, a boy, and a blacksmith wearing an apron, standing just outside the doorway of a blacksmith shop. Blacksmith identified as probably Fr...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Two Ho-Chunk men wearing beaded shirts gather cranberries (hoocake) alongside a Ho-Chunk woman and a white man and woman. A large group of cranberry harves...
Description: View across grassy field towards a large group of men, horses and horse-drawn vehicles posing along a wooden fence with a gate. There is a farmyard with a...
Description: Man repairing a bicycle in a shop, probably the Repair Shop of Leslie Werner. Man identified as probably Leslie Werner.
Date: date unknown
Description: Large group of men posed standing and holding logging tools with several teams of oxen and horses in the woods.
Description: Elevated view of team of horses powering a winch for moving a house at the rear of the Jackson County Bank. Men are probably preparing the lot for the hous...
Description: A studio portrait of Charles Van Schaick, sitting on a stool in front of a painted backdrop, holding and hugging a small boy on his lap.
Description: An elderly Ho-Chunk woman posed sitting and holding a cane, and a Ho-Chunk girl next to her, are outside the closed doorway of a Ho-Chunk lodge in front of...
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: Men laying the foundation for the post-flood business district dam.
Description: Bookshelves in a law office, with a deer trophy mounted on the wall above. Below the shelves are chairs and a calendar for November 1901.
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Large group portrait of men and young boys operating a steam tractor that is being used for belt-driven threshing machinery in a field. In the foreground a...
Description: Group of men and a boy posed holding logging tools and standing in front of tents on the banks of a river, probably just south of Black River Falls. A man...
Description: View down hill into quarry with men posed working the rock face behind a bobsled pulled by a team of two horses. A man is sitting in a cutter sleigh pulled...
Description: A man uses a hand cultivator in a field of what could possibly be onions.
Date: 1960 ca.
Description: Norb Bybee shoots a self-portrait with his camera of petroglyphs that are carved in the face of a rock shelter near Gullikson's Glen.
Description: Informal portrait of Charles J. Van Schaick sitting by the window in his gallery, taken by his son Roy Van Schaick.
Description: Men working in a drained reservoir with shovels, probably at the Hatfield Dam.
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