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Description: A Ho-Chunk woman walking in a field. In the background are several white tents, possibly an encampment for cranberry harvest.
Description: Two European American men posed sitting in front of two European American women and a Ho-Chunk woman posed standing, all wearing Ho-Chunk regalia in a room...
Description: Four women sitting on a bed, walls displaying a tennis racquet and photographs.
Description: A European American man posed reading on the left and a European American woman posed standing on the right in a room decorated with Ho-Chunk artifacts, st...
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Elevated view of group of people and horses in front of horse sheds for farmers after the 1911 flood, looking north, downtown on Harrison Street. In the fa...
Description: Tree uprooted near the grandstand at the Jackson County Fairgrounds, probably by a tornado.
Description: Men standing on top of a freight train crossing the river, and a log dam before the flood. Painted rocks in the river advertise for A.F. Werner.
Description: Woman lying on a bed, walls displaying a tennis racquet and photographs.
Date: date unknown
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a young Ho-Chunk man with short hair posed sitting and wearing a suit and a bow tie.
Description: Two European American men posed sitting on the floor cross-legged and kneeling on the right with two European American women and a Ho-Chunk woman posed sit...
Description: Sand quarrying in German Hill to obtain fill for use in the business district after a flood. Steam shovel in use.
Date: 1901 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk infant, John Stacy Jr. (HaGaKah) posed sitting on a pile of fabrics and wearing a dress. He is propped up on pillows to keep...
Description: Studio group portrait in front of a painted backdrop of four young women posed looking at a copy of "Outdoors Magazine."
Description: Two women sitting at a table, one is reading a newspaper, possibly Mildred Castle.
Description: Studio full-length portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Ho-Chunk boy with short hair posed sitting and wearing light-colored boots, a suit and neck...
Description: Four women posing in chairs while a man sits on the floor holding a child, all in front of a piano.
Description: Elevated view of York Iron Works with a view of the blast furnace and pig iron stock piles. The boardinghouse is visible on the hill in the far background.
Description: This photograph of Ho-Chunk powwow participants is a copy made by Van Schaick. From left to right are: John Hazen Hill (HaNaKah), William Hall (HunkKah), W...
Description: Painters posed standing in a workshop near a wagon frame. The man on the left has a pipe in his mouth.
Description: Bouquets and wreaths decorating a portrait of "Lessie," on a table on the side of a house.
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