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Description: View of damaged farmhouse and group of people sitting and standing outdoors. The roof was blown off and windows were shattered. Four women stand in the yar...
Description: Children join hands while playing in an alleyway between brick buildings in an area of tenement housing. A line of laundry suspended over the alley hangs a...
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Wisconsin State Fish Hatchery (aka Nevin Fish Hatchery, 3911 Fish Hatchery Rd). A salt-box house with an additional wing stands next t...
Date: date unknown
Description: View of entrance to White Park from the intersection of College Street and Bushnell Street, which are unpaved. A young girl stands under the archway entran...
Description: View of a town from an overlooking hill. Beyond dwellings, the Russell-Miller Milling Company is visible; it was built in 1906.
Date: 1895-09-28 ca.
Description: Five-acre cabbage field of Martin Anderson near Grantsburg, with several frame houses in the background. Mr. Anderson holds a prize-winning head of cabbage...
Description: Exterior frontal view of Cherry Hill, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. McBurney.
Description: Elevated view of a town located along a hilly shoreline.
Date: 1930 before
Description: Tree-lined driveway on the grounds of the Winnebago County Asylum. Buildings are in the background behind the trees.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: The Bradley House, later the Sigma Phi Fraternity house, at 106 North Prospect Avenue.
Description: View of Elm Court, the largest American Shingle Style home in the United States. The residence was built by William Douglas Sloane and Emily Vanderbilt in...
Description: Illustration of people standing in front of the popular tourist resort Tonyawatha House from a book of two-tone lithograph views of Madison.
Description: "The Paul & Evangeline Koll home is at 337 Menomonee Street."
Description: Distant view of a city surrounded by agricultural fields.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Elevated view of buildings and roads. There is a body of water on the left.
Description: Barn and connected structures on the Winnebago County Asylum grounds.
Description: View of a seven foot tall colonial fireplace in a home. The large fireplace is surrounded by kitchen tools, fireplace tools and a bed warmer. A sword hangs...
Date: 1945-04-07 ca.
Description: The D.M. Benjamin residence on Prospect Avenue.
Description: Elevated view of town buildings with railroad tracks running through the town. A railroad depot stands in the foreground.
Description: A view of the Universalist Church (1792) converted into a dry goods and grain store. Other buildings appear on either side. Print in the top right corner r...
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