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Description: Outdoor group portrait of three unidentified European American girls posed standing outdoors on a wooden sidewalk in front of a wooden building and door. A...

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Description: Ho-Chunk man posed standing on the snow-covered ground in front of a gazebo. He is wearing an overcoat, necktie, and hat. There are trees in the background...

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Description: Large group of men, and a few women and children, posed standing in front of a wooden building on both sides of a picket fence, probably the Presteman Boar...

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Description: A man, woman, and child posing while seated in a horse-drawn sleigh on a snowy road. Behind them are buildings, a fence, and what may be ice harvesting equ...

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Man Sawing Logs

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Description: View across deep snow towards a man sawing logs next to a log cabin. In the background is a fence, and beyond across a field more farm buildings and a line...

Photograph

Logging Camp

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Description: Group portrait of men posed standing, sitting and holding tools in a snow-covered logging camp in front of several teams of oxen and horses. One man holds...

Photograph

Logging Scene

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Description: Stereograph view up snowy hill towards a well-dressed group in the distance posing with logs. Perhaps the company executives and their wives.

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Snowy Hill

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Description: Rocky and snow-covered hill, with a photographer's wagon parked at the foot, pulled by two horses.

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Main Street

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Description: View down Main Street, with storefronts on both sides. A wagon loaded with straw is coming down the snow-covered street pulled by two horses. People are ga...

Photograph

Logging Camp

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Description: Group of men posed holding logging tools. Three men stand with six horses. The group is standing on the snow-covered ground in front of a log building. Two...

Photograph

Grist Mill

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Description: Man posed standing on a bank in front of the grist mill located on Squaw Creek, probably operated by Narracong and later Loesching, and then possibly Johns...

Photograph

Logging Camp

Date:  date unknown

Description: Group portrait of men posed standing on the snow-covered ground in front of a log building. Three men stand with teams of two horses.

Photograph

Main Street

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Description: View across street of four men posing in front of storefronts on Main Street, including M.A. Batcheller, a barber shop, and clothiers under the offices of...

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Description: Two women stand outside the doorway of a log house in winter. They are posed with a washtub, broom and dust pan.

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Water Tower

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Description: Men posed standing on top of the City Water Tower, probably seventy feet high. A smaller group of men stand at the base behind a fence, and there is snow o...

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Description: Four men posed with lumber tools atop a load of logs on a bobsled pulled by a team of two horses. A man is standing near the team, probably James Abram Bai...

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Description: Frame of a Ho-Chunk lodge without fabric or skins on a snow-covered field. Probably a medicine lodge at Morrison Creek Bottoms. Two wagons are under a tree...

Date: 1910 ca.

Description: Winter scene of a snowbank in the middle of the north side of Main Street between Water and First Streets, Black River Falls, Wisconsin. Storefronts identi...

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High School

Date:  date unknown

Description: High school constructed in 1897, surrounded by snow-covered ground and a man posed standing by the entrance.

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Logging Camp

Date:  date unknown

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...

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