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Historic Name: John Segebrecht House & Barn
Reference Number: 5506
Historic Name: Mrs. Tony Wagner House
Reference Number: 92971
Description: Exterior view from driveway of the ranch-style house of Dr. Isadore Schultz. The house is built on the site, and with the stones of, a brewery that was des...
Reference Number: 5473
Historic Name: Daniel W. Bronson House
Reference Number: 5505
Reference Number: 92967
Historic Name: Gordon's Drive-In
Reference Number: 222992
Historic Name: Hodgson Farm
Reference Number: 108859
Historic Name: Wagner Garage
Reference Number: 92972
Reference Number: 5517
Description: Philip La Follette and his family at their farm in Mazomanie, Wisconsin. Left to right: Judith, Isabel Bacon, Philip, Robert, and Sherry in front.
Description: Joseph "Roundy" Coughlin presenting the Wisconsin State Journal Trophy, emblematic of the suburban Six-Man Football league championship, to two members of...
Reference Number: 5512
Reference Number: 120706
Description: View across unpaved road of the Catholic Church, which is a stone building. Includes a tall steeple a cross on top. Narrow, pointed arched windows are on t...
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: Asa Preston (1816-1892) stands in front of his blacksmith's shop with his sons David (1840-1904) and John (1842-1898) behind him and a variety of items mad...
Historic Name: C.R. VOGEL STORE BUILDING
Reference Number: 5485
Historic Name: Frank Dietz Store
Reference Number: 92968
Description: Wisconsin Centennial Celebration by Mazomanie fifth and sixth grade classes with P.F. Stickney, age 80, on the right. The pupils are dressed in the costume...
Description: Two grand-nieces and a grand-nephew of John Appleby, Mazomanie inventor who perfected the turn knotter for binders, pose with his framed picture in the mus...
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