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Description: View down side of railroad tracks towards the Spring Green depot, with a locomotive just pulling in. A group of passengers are standing on the platform. In...
Description: View of the desktop of Frank Lloyd Wright's desk at Taliesin. There is a desk lamp, papers, reading eyeglasses, and some books.
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: A marker at the former site of the smelter which stood at the top of the shot tower shaft.
Community: Spring Green
Reference Number: 91484
Description: Frank Lloyd Wright's desk and chair facing a window at Taliesin.
Reference Number: 225842
Description: Telephone pole among marsh grasses and bare birch trees near the Spring Green Bridge.
Description: Jenkin Lloyd Jones at a podium with flowers.
Description: Spring Green High School basketball team with two coaches and manager.
City: Spring Green
Historic Name: KANOUSE HOUSE
Reference Number: 46752
Reference Number: 91504
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: A covered hunting stand rests in a large tree. The tree grows in an open field, with a hill and woods in the background.
Date: 1961-11-11 ca.
Description: View through patch of dense tree growth towards a Wisconsin River riverbank.
Reference Number: 225843
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: The shot tower shaft at Tower Hill State Park.
Description: Original caption states, "Everyone benefits. Jans Jackson, Spring Green, champion subscription salesman, of the Wisconsin State Journal carrier boys, is sh...
Description: Studio portrait of Jenkin Lloyd Jones seated.
Description: Jane Lloyd Jones (also known as Aunt Jen), co-owner of the Hillside Home School, an early progressive school in Wisconsin.
Description: Students in a chemistry class at Hillside Home School, an early progressive school, operated by Ellen and Jane Lloyd Jones, aunts of Frank Lloyd Wright.
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