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Description: Color chromolithograph illustration advertising poster for the Marsh Harvester, produced by Gammon and Deering Company. Printed by Charles Shober & Co., Ch...
Description: Inside spread of 4-page brochure featuring illustrations accompanying blocks of text explaining the features of Champion machines. The top left shows a man...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Young man on a horse-drawn McCormick mower in a field.
Description: Brochure titled: "50 Reasons Why the Champion Light Binder Takes the Lead." At the bottom is an illustration of a man standing and pointing at an inset ill...
Description: A studio portrait of Mr. William W. Hendricks, a Black River Falls barber, dressed in his best, posing in front of a painted backdrop.
Date: 1888 before
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of group of nine men, identified on the reverse as associates of the Geneva, New York Experiment Station. St...
Date: 1886 ca.
Description: Three men on raft pulling in a grub. Logs and a man carrying a log are in the background.
Description: The interior of a barbershop with customers in chairs and barbers at work. Numerous mirrors, pictures, and lamps are hanging from the walls and ceiling.
Description: Carte-de-visite portrait of Professor W.W. Daniels, University of Wisconsin geologist. Daniels worked as one of Increase Lapham's assistants during the Wis...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Carte-de-visite portrait of William H. Canfield (1819-1913), a Wisconsin civil engineer and surveyor who is best known for his studies of Sauk County's nat...
Date: 1899 ca.
Description: A man wearing overalls, a man with a dog, and a man driving a team of two horses are posing among a herd of cows on a farm. Several barns, a fence, another...
Description: Stereograph of a raftsman holding a rope as a second man runs towards the edge of the raft.
Description: Directions for putting together and operating McCormick's Reaping and Mowing Machine. Features labeled drawings of the machine set up as a reaper and as a...
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company showing a "reaper used by ancient Gauls, First Century." The "reaper" is frame...
Description: Stereograph of five raftsmen working a jack on a sandbar.
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: The Sjur Starkson Reque home. From left to right, seated, are Martha Reque, Mari Reque Lee, Brita Reque Quale, Nels Lee and Ole Quale. Standing are Anna Ma...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: A woman, possibly the daughter of C.R. Monroe, holding up an image of Black River Falls Main Street at the back of a traveling photographer's wagon.
Description: Vignetted carte-de-visite portrait of John Torrey (1796-1863), American botanist. Worked as New York state botanist from 1836. Handwritten inscription at...
Description: A farmer operates a horse-drawn McCormick grain binder in a field. Several bundles of grain can be seen in the distance.
Description: Certificate signed by La Fayette Kellogg admitting George E. Bryant to practice law before the Supreme Court of Wisconsin. The certificate bears the seal...
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