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Hillsboro Railroad

Date: 1908 

Description: View down railroad tracks towards a locomotive at the Hillsboro Train Depot. The Hillsboro and Northeastern Railroad was built in 1903 and was a short trac...

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State Bank

Date: 1912 

Description: Exterior of the Chaseburg State Bank.

Date: 1963 

Description: View from street of group of local boys taking part in a celebration of National Bicycle Week. Members of the Shaker-Callaway Post of the VFW were on hand...

Date:  date unknown

Description: View across street of a general store on the right, and another business on the left. Two men and a dog pose in front of the general store. A horse and bug...

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Flood Damage

Date: 1935-08-06 

Description: Caption at bottom reads: "Destruction of H&N.E. RY Yards." Women in white dresses walk among the puddles along the flood-damaged tracks and trains of the H...

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Rudy Lein

Date: 1943 

Description: Rudy Lein, owner of the Standard Oil Gas Station, standing next to an air pump outside of the station. He wears a Standard Service cap and a bowtie. Behind...

Date: 1922 

Description: View down dirt road towards a garage and other wooden buildings on the left. A tire shop back on the right. Two men are standing in front of the garage nea...

Date:  date unknown

Description: This 19th century manuscript map of the Town of Viroqua, Vernon County, Wisconsin, is drawn on a printed township grid. It shows landownership, roads, and...

Date:  date unknown

Description: View across street of the central business district. A hardware/5&10 cent store is on the left, with rolled up fencing and various implements on the porch....

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Road Construction

Date:  

Description: Road construction just north of the Crawford-Vernon County line on State Highway 27, showing both the new and old routes. According to the caption on the...

Date:  date unknown

Description: View down a metal bridge over the Kickapoo River showing a truck parked on the far side of the bridge. A man and a boy are standing at the rail of the brid...

Date: 1929 

Description: View from right rear of the "General Allen" steamer pushing a barge on the Mississippi River. Smoke is pouring out of the two funnels at the front of the s...

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Downtown Hillsboro

Date: 1908 

Description: View across unpaved street of people, horses and wagons, and businesses on one side of Water Avenue, the heart of Hillsboro's downtown and business distric...

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Retreat Church

Date: 1922 

Description: View across road of a white wooden church with a belfry, and a weather vane on top of the steeple. There is decorative running trim on the eaves.

Date:  date unknown

Description: View down hill towards Stoddard, with the Mississippi River and hills in the background. The German Lutheran Church is in the foreground, and there are rai...

Date: 1910-05-25 ca.

Description: A man stands on the wreckage of a burned steamer in the Mississippi River near the shoreline. There is a small boat and a barrel nearby. Bluffs are in the...

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General Store

Date: 1922 

Description: Exterior view of S.C. Froiland General Merchandise. A car with a young boy and girl is parked in front of the store, and another car is parked on the side...

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Depot and Train

Date:  date unknown

Description: Train departing the Chaseburg depot, with steam coming out of the smokestack. There are buildings along the tracks, and in the background is a bluff.

Date:  date unknown

Description: Street scene of road going through a business district with cars and horse-drawn vehicles parked along the curbs. Storefronts and power lines are along the...

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Lakeside Mink Ranch

Date:  

Description: Aerial view of the Lakeside Mink Ranch, operated by Robert "Bud" Quinn. Spreading over 15 acres, the Ranch was one of the first operations to breed mink in...

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