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Date: 1948 ca.
Description: The interior of one of the buildings at "Little Norway," showing a group of objects of Norwegian decorative art and household utensils, including duck bowl...
Date: date unknown
Description: View, looking south, of a horse-drawn buggy on a rural lane in Mount Horeb. Andrew Thompson's house is the second one on the left.
Date: 1953 ca.
Description: Gardens of "Little Norway."
Description: An elevated view of Mount Horeb from the water tower. Homes and commercial structures dominate the left side of the image, while farmland and newly-develo...
Description: Texaco gasoline station with two gas pumps.
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: One of the larger buildings of "Little Norway."
City: Mount Horeb
Date: 1947 ca.
Description: Exterior view of buildings at "Little Norway."
Description: An exterior view of Spring House at "Little Norway."
Description: Exterior of a house surrounded by backlit trees.
Description: This 17.5 foot granite monument was erected in 1901 to mark the location of a Norwegian Lutheran Cemetery in Springdale Township.
Date: 1957 ca.
Description: An aerial view of "Little Norway."
Description: Dining room in the C.S. Gonstead home in Mt. Horeb. Madison architect Herb Fritz designed the house, which was built in 1954 and severely damaged by fire i...
Description: Buildings at "Little Norway." From left to right: tool house, Norway house, Haugen homestead. The wagon in foreground is a kubberulle; the wheels are sec...
Date: 1960-11-06 ca.
Description: View across field of a farm on a tree-lined hillside.
Description: Living room of the C. S. Gonstead home in Mt. Horeb, designed by Madison architect Herbert Fritz, built in 1951, and severely damaged by fire in 1991. The...
Description: Buildings at "Little Norway." From left to right: main lodge (formerly Haugen barn), summer kitchen, tool house, and guest house.
Description: Mrs. C. S. Gonstead sits next to the fireplace in her home (aka "El Clare" estate) at 602 South 2nd Street in Mt. Horeb. Madison architect Herbert Fritz de...
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