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Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A well-dressed man identified as Uncle Rudolph Schenck takes in the view from a bluff overlooking the Fish Creek valley and harbor. There are houses and ou...
Description: Nellie Arms and Bernard Arms relax at their farm. There are ducks at Bernard's feet.
Description: Advertising proof created by Young and Rubicam for the International Harvester Company. Features a color illustration of an International KB truck with a...
Date: date unknown
Description: View down dirt road of the tourist camp with cottages. There is a building for men's and women's showers in the foreground, and a building marked "Toilet"...
Description: Two farmers kneel in a field picking corn and to load it into the open back of a horse-drawn wagon. Corn stalks and leaves litter the ground around the far...
Description: The Lousbergs purchased their property in 1979. The barn is owned by Dan Nickel.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Group portrait of men posing in tall grass in front of a wooden fence. On the left, standing, is a lieutenant, and the rest of the men are sergeants and pr...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: An idyllic afternoon in the Capitol Park, showing groups of men and women seated on benches and conversing. The reproduction Centennial fountain is almost...
Description: "The old wood train." It is a class H3 train built in 1880 by Manchester Locomotive Works. John Rhine, the engineer, is shown. A large group of men are sta...
Description: "Joan Glaab and her son, of Brownsville, start on a boating trek down the Rock River."