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Description: A map of Wisconsin showing the gravesite locations of the 43 Revolutionary War soldiers buried in state, surrounding the map are the names and in some inst...
Description: Anne and Carl Braden stand at the grave of her ancestor Ann Poague McGinty. McGinty was the first white woman to settle in Kentucky.
Date: 1990 ca.
Description: This map, in addition to the Fort ground and buildings, shows owners of outbuildings, heights of buildings in stories, fences, roads, gardens, and cemetery...
Description: Vandalized tombstones following a beer party held in Evergreen Hill Cemetery, Middleton, on June 12, 1948.
Description: View across graveyard of the Old Welsh Church. The Jenkins family tombstones are in the foreground. Separating the cemetery from the church is a wooden fen...
Description: Cartoon drawn by Clare V. "Dwig" Dwiggins depicting a youthful August Derleth walking by a graveyard that is haunted by ghosts and spirits. Derleth was fo...
Description: This map shows various zoning section and includes labeled streets, parks, and cemeteries. The upper left corner contains a legend of land use.
Description: Vandalized tombstone following a beer party held in Evergreen Hill Cemetery, Middleton, on June 12, 1948.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A stone obelisk marks the grave of Jonas Tower in a country cemetery. A smaller obelisk stands to the left, and other grave markers can be seen in the bac...
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: This map shows townships, land parcels, schools, rivers, lakes, creameries, churches, cemeteries, roads, post offices, town halls, saw mills, roads and sto...
Description: A small granite stone and American Flag mark the grave of Belle Boyd, actress and Confederate spy. The grave is inscribed with: "Belle Boyd, Confederate sp...
Description: Exterior view from across street of the church. It has a bell steeple, stained glass windows, double french doors with an archway, and a wall gable facade....
Description: A line of International trucks are parked in a line along a dirt road lined with fences and power lines. Each truck has a load of dirt, and metal forms are...
Description: Map shows townships and sections, landownership and acreages, state and county lands, churches, schools, cemeteries, roads, and railroads. There is an ins...
Description: This map shows city wards, block numbers, parks, cemeteries, roads, railroads, Lake Michigan, and selected buildings. Also included are indexes "Milwaukee...
Description: Exterior of the Catholic Church. There is a cemetery behind the building.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: French Cemetery. The Stone tombs are the graves of Joseph Rolette and his daughter, Elisabeth.
Description: A grave in a segregated cemetery photographed by a civil rights volunteer, who notes that these grounds are cared for "without the benefit of the town's fu...
Description: Plot in the Forest Hill Cemetery at 1 Speedway Road in which 105 Confederate soldiers are buried. They died while confined in Madison's Camp Randall during...
Description: A cemetery with a wall of vaults.
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