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City: Prairie du Chien
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Dr. Jesse Rowley driving the buggy. Dr. Rowley was a co-founder of the Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A view of the Brisbois House from across the railroad tracks.
Description: Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railroad pontoon bridge between Marquette, Iowa, and Prairie du Chien.
Description: Aviator Hugh Robinson and his Curtiss flying boat on the Mississippi River.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: The original Lawler pontoon bridge was replaced in 1910 by this pontoon bridge.
Description: Exterior of warehouse, said to be the remains of a five story grain elevator.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: The Diamond Jo warehouse.
Description: A crowd gathered on the Mississippi River shoreline near Prairie du Chien. They are watching pioneer aviator Hugh Robinson taxi his Curtiss flying boat.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A view of the Brisbois house.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: View of town with St. Mary's Academy seen in the background.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A view of the pontoon bridge construction.
Date: 1971 ca.
Description: A cottage and trailer house community along a river. A Schlitz beer advertising is nailed to a tree and reads, "Move up to Quality / Schlitz / The Beer Tha...
Description: Pilot Hugh Robinson and his Curtiss hydroplane at Prairie du Chien during a flight that was intended to be the first all the way down the Mississippi River...
Date: 1901 ca.
Description: The offices of the American Fur Company.
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