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Description: Exterior view of the Hopkins house.
Description: Field mill powered by an International PD-40 power unit. The power unit was owned by Walter Brown; a bridge and a body of water are to the right of the bui...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: View from road of a two-story brick structure identified as the Melchior Hotel. See also image 67069.
Description: This blue line print shows streets, fair grounds, schools, parks, and a cemetery. Streets, points of interest, and Lake Marinuka are labeled. The middle le...
Description: The Diamond Jo line steamboat "Quincy," sunk in 1906 near Trempealeau Mountain, then raised and renamed "J.S."
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Stereograph view from the bluffs looking down over a town. A man is standing on the edge of the side of the formation, about halfway up, above treeline, an...
Date: date unknown
Description: An exterior view of a brick church with arched stained glass windows and a steeple. Stairs leading to the front and 2 side entrances.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: View of Strum from the south.
Description: Aerial view of the city and rolling hills in the background. A bridge crossing the Trempealeau River is also visible.
Description: A man watches deer eating grass. There is also a turkey on the right.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A view of Trempealeau.
Description: Largest platform mound in Trempealeau as seen from the north.
Description: View showing the flood conditions.
Description: View over water to shore.
Description: The residence of Johns Hopkins, an artist from Whitehall.
Description: Elevated view of downtown and the Trempealeau River.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: The Vermont House, a former tavern used as a residence.
Description: Exterior view of the front entrance to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. A bare tree can be seen on the left and a fence lines the walkway to the...
Description: A marker commemorating the French fort erected by Rene Godefrey, Sieur de Linctot, which exisited on this site between 1731-1736. It is thought that the si...
Description: Three men, two of them standing with string instruments and the other seated.
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