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Reference Number: 6014
Reference Number: 6028
Historic Name: Schroeder-Stickelberg-Thompson Farmstead - outhouse
Reference Number: 210783
Description: Man operating a ventilator testing cabinet at W.R. Carnes Company.
Reference Number: 4612
Historic Name: Schroeder-Stickelberg-Thompson Farmstead - House
Reference Number: 213021
Historic Name: EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN ST. JACOBUS GEMEINDE
Reference Number: 6019
Description: Family room with stone fireplace in remodeled log cottage called "Winwood", owned by Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Guenther, in the Town of Verona.
Description: Exterior view of a District No. 4 school building, built in 1845.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Dane County Asylum for the Criminally Insane. In 1880 it became a part of the county hospital system, which was set up to provide longer term care to peopl...
Description: Three aerial views of the John Fluckiger farm and farm buildings amid snow-covered fields near Verona, operated by son Ivan Fluckiger.
Description: Map of Verona, Wisconsin.
Historic Name: Rhiner Farmstead
Reference Number: 200801
Reference Number: 6022
Description: Ralph Jacobs looks over some of the exotic merchandise in his gift shop on County Highway PB in the town of Verona.
Description: A man loads a sack onto a Ford farm truck. The name on the truck door is F. Wenger, Verona, Wis.
Reference Number: 6015
Date: ????-12 date unknown
Description: Several women are served lutefisk at a lutefisk supper at the Dane County Home. There are plates of lefse and dinner rolls on the table.
Description: View across street of the German Lutheran Church. There is a lamppost and a sign at the foot of the stairs. A fenced-in churchyard is on the right. The par...
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