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Photographs of Public Libraries in Wisconsin
Description: Interior view of the Arabut Ludlow Memorial Library. The library opened in 1905 and was funded with a $13,930 donation from H.E. & W. Ludlow. In the foregr...
Description: The Ludlow house, home of Arabut Ludlow and his family.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, built in 1887.
Description: Turner Hall, a Swiss social center in Monroe.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A hand-drawn postcard of St. John's Evangelical Church in Monroe.
Description: View of the West Side Courthouse Square.
Description: Group portrait of eight members of the Monroe Rifle Club. They took second place at the Southern Wisconsin Rifle League contest. They are holding their rif...
Description: The Soldiers and Sailors Civil War Monument on the grounds of the Green County Courthouse. A sculpture of a soldier stands atop the massive base made of Mo...
Description: Exterior of the Public Library and Telephone Company buildings in Monroe.
Description: Exterior of the Mordecai Kelly log cabin, built by Mordecai himself in the late 1840's. The article attached to the photograph reads: "The aging tree stand...
Description: Magda Herzberger points to a photographic image projected onto a screen while giving a lecture about the Holocaust at Monroe High School.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: A stereograph view of the Westside Courthouse Square in Monroe.
Description: The Waldecker house, built by Mr. Gruenewalt in about 1853, at the corner of Jackson and Merchant Streets (120 Merchant Street).
Description: Interior view of the Arabut Ludlow Memorial Library. The library opened in 1905 and was funded with a $13,930 donation from H.E. & W. Ludlow. This image is...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Exterior of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Description: The Bachman house, built around 1855, on the corner of Merchant and Emerson Streets.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: West side view of the Courthouse Square with Hassinger & Chandler Dry Goods in the foreground.
Description: Christ M. Stauffer appearing as Uncle Sam, riding a horse, during the Cheese Day parade.
Description: The Green County Court House.
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