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Description: Portrait of the bride at the wedding of Deborah Wells Jones and Malcolm Donaldson which took place at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Ft. Atkinson. Debora...
Description: Sanborn map of Fort Atkinson including South Water and Milwaukee Streets.
Description: View of Main Street from the bridge.
Description: Fort Atkinson street view with automobiles parked in front of The Hat Shop, Pittsburgh paint products, W.H. McNitt Co. grocery and J.C. Penney Company.
Description: Fort Atkinson street scene with a truck parked in front of Beckman's Shoe Store. Next to Beckman's is Fort Furniture Mart and Fort Atkinson Savings Bank.
Date: date unknown
Description: A three and one-half story brick structure, entrance in the middle, and a flag pole on the left.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View looking down South Main street with William D. Hoard's residence and trees.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Shows ward boundaries, corporation limits, plat of town, land ownership by name, local streets, parks, railroads, and parts of Rock River. Wards appear in...
Description: Elevated view of the Northwestern Manufacturing Company plant.
Description: View of Rock River from a riverbank, featuring a bridge, water tower, and Saint Paul's Lutheran Church. Copyright 1910, Eighmy Bros.
Description: Exterior view of the W.D. Hoard Company printing office.
Date: 1975 ca.
Description: View of the Ramsey barn, built in 1841 by William Barrie. The barn is now located at Old World Wisconsin in Eagle, Wisconsin.
Description: View of Jones' sausage factory with train car.
Date: 1908 date unknown
Description: View of a Jones Fountain at Barrie Park, erected in 1905. The fountain stands among trees and a park bench and dwellings can be seen in the background. C...
Description: View down Milwaukee Avenue. On the left side of the road, the Daughters of the American Revolution Monument, erected in 1907, can be seen among trees trea...
Description: Cows drinking water from a tank in a rural pasture.
Description: View of businesses located on north Main Street, including Winterburn Drugs and the First National Bank.
Description: Exterior of Saint Paul's Lutheran Church. The church features a cross-topped steeple, a large stained glass window, and a belfry on its left side.
Description: The Home of the Jones' "Little Pig Sausages".
Date: 1962-07-21 ca.
Description: A parking lot underneath a newly developed block of stores. The Rock River is visible just beyond the parking lot. There is a bridge in the background.
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