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Community: Blue Mounds
Reference Number: 4549
Description: View of farmland near Blue Mounds, with possibly property markers horizontal, across the center, and some distant farm houses and a barn.
Date: date unknown
Description: Photographic postcard of an old Indian trail marker, a twisted tree, as seen on top of Blue Mounds. Text below reads "Old Indian Trail Marker, Top of Blue...
Description: Colorized postcard of a woman viewing stalactites in the Chapel, North Cave, in the Cave of the Mounds.
Historic Name: BLUE MOUNDS STATE BANK
Reference Number: 5272
Historic Name: BLUE MOUNDS OPERA HOUSE
Reference Number: 5274
Description: A view looking up a winding road with rows of utility lines on both sides. The road is partially fenced.
Reference Number: 12577
Historic Name: Little Norway - Entrance Canopy
Reference Number: 221913
Date: 1960-07-31 ca.
Description: View of a tree and mailbox, with a farmhouse behind below road level along a rural highway. There is a hill in the background with trees.
City: Blue Mounds
Description: View of rural Blue Mounds, with a two-lane, paved road. The caption at the bottom reads, "East View of Blue Mounds, Wis. Elevation, 1760 ft.".
Description: Colorized postcard of a girl throwing a penny into the Brownie's Wishing Well in the Cave of the Mounds.
Date: 1879 ca.
Description: Harold and Gunhild Mickelson with five of their daughters (Bertha Mickelson Bragger and her husband stand on the right), in Section 23 of the Town of Blue...
Description: Interior view of Blue Mounds Church. Built in 1868, the church was originally named the Norsk Evangelisk Kirke.
Historic Name: BLUE MOUNDS SCHOOL
Reference Number: 5265
Description: View of the village from the railroad tracks. There is a church among the cluster of homes.
Description: Exterior of the granary in Nissedahle (Little Norway).
Reference Number: 5267
Reference Number: 200942
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