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Description: Young female children celebrate a sleepover while four girls in bed watch another girl toss a pillow in the air. They are smiling gleefully while the pill...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Four beds line either side of the sleeping porch at the farmhouse of J.E. Joyce. A telephone hangs on the wall and striped curtains cover the opened window...
Description: Erwin and Claire Tiffany home, 1001 Seminole Highway, Nakoma. It was built in 1925, and was owned by Christina and Ellis Dana in 1945.
Description: Four women sitting on a bed, walls displaying a tennis racquet and photographs.
Description: Elevated view of boy sitting on toy fire engine, another boy dressed as a cowboy, and a girl with toy cash register playing in the bedroom.
Description: Woman lying on a bed, walls displaying a tennis racquet and photographs.
Description: Interior of the parlor.
Description: F.F. Adam's residence, 663 Franklin Street.
Description: Two women sitting at a table, one is reading a newspaper, possibly Mildred Castle.
Description: Two Ho-Chunk women lean on a rough-hewn table in front of a wooden building which has a ladder against the side leading to the roof. The woman on the left...
Wisconsin Historical Museum Object – Feature Story
Date: date unknown
Description: A view of the Noah Webster House, the home of American lexicographer Noah Webster, the author of the first American dictionary (1828), probably built circa...
Date: 1897 after
Description: The parlor in the home of Dr. Edward Bass showing a parlor organ near a window, and other furnishings.
Description: Memohead of the Bacon Ironing Board Company of Antigo, Wisconsin, with an illustration of a woman wearing a long dress with billowy sleeves and a lace-trim...
Date: 1868 ca.
Description: Stereoview of the Rublee house, the residence of Horace Rublee, formerly owned by J.A Ellis, on the east corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Gilman Street.
Description: Mrs. Jack Schwartz of Roxbury holding a 3-month-old baby girl on her lap. The child is one of the nearly 60 foster children that Mrs. Schwartz has cared f...
Description: Boy in bath tub being bathed by mother.
Description: View from road of woman standing next to a chair on the porch of a wooden frame house behind a fence and a sidewalk.
Description: Woman in a rocking chair reading a book in front of a fireplace.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Three unidentified women and an infant pose in front of a log home located near Wittenberg. It seemed strange to many Ho-Chunk to live in a house that was...
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