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Description: Willard Nuss, holding a small dog on a chain leash, poses near Peace Evangelical and Reformed Church in Potter. He was the "leader of the highest class in...
Date: date unknown
Description: View of a farmer from top of straw stack. The man uses a fork to push down the straw as more is being blown onto the pile from a thresher. More men in work...
Description: Elliot Wenzel, age 11, poses for his photograph as the "Leader in Play" at the Potter School, District No. 3. He holds a football and wears a leather hat s...
Description: Submitted as an example of "The Homes of Pupils", this two-story Victorian house was the parsonage of Peace Reformed Church and home of Pastor Edward P. Nu...
Description: Photographic postcard of a rock formation with two tree stumps and plants on top. Gravel and scrub vegetation are in the background. Text below reads "Scen...
Description: View of the dwelling of Cutting Marsh, missionary to the Stockbridge Indians.
Description: Exterior view of the school at Brothertown. with students and teacher posed outdoors around the front steps.
Description: Aluminum Specialty Company warehouse, East Main street at railroad tracks.
Description: Black and white postcard of the German Methodist Episcopal Church.
Date: 1963-08-11 ca.
Description: Elevated view of the northern end of Lake Winnebago, seen from High Cliff State Park. The sunset is subdued by a large cloud formation over the lake. On th...
Description: Leander Schierl, Wendelin Schierl, and a young boy inside Schierl's Blacksmith Shop. Leander bends over, shoeing the horse, while his father observes. On t...
Description: Carte-de-visite portrait of Miriam Scott of Stockbridge, Wisconsin, a sister of E.W. Scott.
Description: Postcard of North Main Street. Buildings line the right side of the street and there are several large trees along the sidewalk. Text below reads "N. Main...
Description: Side view of Wilmer Schulz near High Cliff State Park checking the syrup in a modern evaporator. Large piles of wood are visible in the background.
Description: View of the Stockbridge Indian Mission.
Date: 1835 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Stockbridge Indian mission.
Description: Memohead of the Post Office in Hilbert, Wisconsin, with a center image of an eagle holding a banner, the ends of which read U.S. and Mail, in its beak, und...
Description: This map, which was likely drawn in the mid-19th century, shows land ownership on the Stockbridge Reservation on the shore of Lake Winnebago in what is now...
Description: Students sitting at their desks with their books open at Potter School, District No. 3. Magazines and newspapers hang on a line strung against the back wal...
Description: Group of students and a teacher posed outside a school building. One boy holds a chalkboard sign reading "Brothertown Dist. No. 2."
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