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Historic Name: WENCIL BERAN HOUSE
Reference Number: 45559
Historic Name: Schwingle Building
Reference Number: 127600
Reference Number: 127601
Date: date unknown
Description: Vignetted quarter-length studio portrait of Laura James, in profile. She is the mother of Ada James.
Description: Elevated view over trees of the town of Muscoda. The water tower is in the center. The commercial district is on the left, and dwellings are in the foregro...
Description: Outdoor group portrait of a class featuring Lorin Gillett (son of Sherwin Gilett), and their teacher sitting on the steps in front of the double door of wh...
Historic Name: ED WILLIAMSON HOUSE
Reference Number: 45560
Reference Number: 127602
Historic Name: FESSEL BUILDING
Reference Number: 45602
Description: Outdoor group portrait of the Henry Elston Family of Muscoda, with a dog sitting in the foreground. According to US censuses they are from left to right: M...
Historic Name: FREDA FESSEL HOUSE
Reference Number: 45541
Description: View of the Wisconsin River through trees near Muscoda. A large barn is on the far side of the river.
Historic Name: MUSCODA THEATER
Reference Number: 45587
Reference Number: 45577
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The back lot of a row of factories. Alongside the buildings, there are piles of raw materials, lumber slabs, carts, and a parked car.
Historic Name: MARVIN BRIGGS HOUSE
Reference Number: 45544
Historic Name: GEORGE STEINHART HOUSE
Reference Number: 45561
Description: Outdoor group portrait of Sherwin Gillett's brothers-in-law. They are: Charles, Alfred, Louis, Gustav, Otto and Herbert.
Date: 1930-10-24 ca.
Description: Celebrating the first "Cheese Day" with a parade. A group of spectators gather on the sidewalk near a truck displaying a banner and stove in the back.
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