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Date: 1957 ca.
Description: Aerial photograph of La Valle.
Description: A group of clubwomen discuss plans for a community project in the village of La Valle. Seated in the middle is Mrs. L. O. Waller, president of the La Valle...
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., waving a flag from the back of a train as he campaigns for governor.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Elevated view of an urban main street in the foreground and a rural landscape in the background.
Description: Letterhead of the La Valle Roller Mills, a miller of wheat, rye, and buckwheat flours and cornmeal. Includes illustrations of Plansifter System machinery,...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: View of town from the south, with Baraboo River in foreground.
Description: Bill Frazier, an all-state basketball player for Reedsburg High School, visits with Lavalle Junior High School principal, Franklin Head with students Roger...
Description: John Edwards, music director at Wonewoc high school, instructing six members of the La Valle junior high school band. Seated, from left, are Lula Mae Weidm...
Description: Aerial view of La Valle.
Description: John Gates, a farmer near La Valle, stands beside his tractor. He was once a saxophone player with a dance orchestra.
Description: The dam and four-story wooden mill on the Baraboo River. A bridge crosses the river on the left. There are houses and commercial buildings in the backgrou...
Description: William Frazier, village president, sits at a drug store counter visiting with druggist Burt Blank in the village of La Valle.
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