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Description: View of the house in which Rev. A.L. Lindsley and his family lived in 1846. In it were born Julia West, Addison Alexander, and Justus (who died there at n...
Description: View of Stone Church, built by Rev. A.L. Lindsley.
Description: View of the residence of Hon. Isaac Lain.
Description: A pen and ink drawing of a log cabin, pork casks, and a washtub, contained in a letter written by Thomas Steel, Waukesha County farmer and physician, to hi...
Date: 1889-08-01 before
Description: Exterior and interior menu listing of the Fountain Spring House, with visitors strolling the grounds of a tree-filled park with the hotel in the background...
Description: This map of Waukesha shows lot owners, buildings, and various plat additions. The margins of the maps include street reference, a Waukesha business directo...
Date: 1893 ca.
Description: Students gather in the schoolyard at the Wisconsin Industrial School for Boys. Several school buildings are seen in the background.
Description: Bird's-eye map of Waukesha, county seat of Waukesha County.
Description: Stereograph view of Glenn's mineral spring with a group of people gathered around it.
Description: View of Spence's observation tower with a group of people standing on its upper balcony.
Date: 1857 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Waukesha with two women wearing dresses with a boy in long pants and tam o'shanter hat in foreground against a split-rail fence. Beyond th...
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: Two views of Waukesha, looking east.
Description: Dining room at the Wisconsin Industrial School for Boys.
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: Wisconsin Central Railway's locomotive # 96 at the Waukesha depot.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Fountain Spring House.
Date: 1846 ca.
Description: This map of Prairieville, later renamed Waukesha, is ink and pencil on paper and shows the Fox River, a plat of village, and lot owners.
Description: Stereograph view of Glenn's mineral spring.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: View of the Waukesha Woolen Mills buildings with text.
Description: Winter scene with four students from the Wisconsin Industrial School for Boys standing outside on the snow-covered school grounds.
Description: Sleeping quarters at the Wisconsin Industrial School for Boys, with several rows of bunk beds.
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