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Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Northern view of the Locust Street business district. A horse-drawn cart and storefronts are visible. Business signs read: "Electric Light & Power" "Steads...
Date: 1899-06-12 after
Description: View over water, perhaps Hatfield Lake, of houses damaged and demolished in a tornado. Floating at the edge of the lake near an eroded bank are numerous pi...
Drawing the Line from the Mississippi to Lake Michigan
Description: Shriners on parade in Chicago. The men are dressed in middle eastern costume for an "Oriental Band" from the "-ktash Shrine Temple" [name obscured].
Description: Great grandchildren of Ole Knutson Nattestad, the first Norwegian settler in Wisconsin, Sonja Kay and John Carlton, standing with their parents, Mr. and Mr...
Description: Exterior view of the Empire Mill.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Numerous horse-drawn carriages parked outside the C.B. & Q. Depot. The Columbia Hotel is visible in background. Text on top of the building reads "W. J. Sh...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Two men on rural road, one seated on a horse-drawn wagon while another man walks alongside. Also on the road is a parked automobile facing the wagon. Text...
Description: Two men unload (or load) bags from the back of an International Model S truck used by S.A. Steck & Co. A sign on side of building reads, "Feed Barn". The t...
Date: date unknown
Description: View of the Farmington and Hampshire canal lined with factories and a road. The American Writing Paper Company is on the left.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Mobil gas station constructed of split stone. Next door, offering ice cream, soda pop, and groceries to motorists near Silver Lake, was the Boothville gro...
Date: 1899-06-12 ca.
Description: Elevated view over water of the damage created by a tornado. A river, with debris visibly floating in it, runs through the town. Groups of people are walki...
Description: The entrance to the Larson Brothers' flying field at Larsen in Winnebago County, about one year after the brothers laid out the runway. The field remained...
Description: A young boy helps his grandfather unload a cart of split logs.
Description: Frank Sager, chief dispatcher of the Northland Greyhound Lines in Madison, shown at a board listing the names of the drivers, the buses they are driving, a...
Description: William Wehring, a student at the Sharon School, poses with his Holstein calf. There is a large canvas tent in the background and a railroad car is behind...
Description: Small neighborhood of the city at the west end of the Menomonee River Valley. Overhead is the second Wisconsin Avenue Viaduct, demolished in 1992. Cars a...
Description: Wayside #8 near Necedah in rural Adams County.
Description: People lined along a bridge watching a steamboat in difficulty.
Description: Man sitting on a horse-drawn wagon on a rural road. Stenciled text on the wagon reads: "Sold by D.T. Gano, Clinton, Ills."
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