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Description: Men, a boy, and a dog stand beneath an overhang outside the Cambridge Feed and Seed Company near a parked truck and automobile.
Description: Beach scene at Lake Ripley showing three young women under an umbrella.
Description: View across road of the Village Inn; featuring a "Hotel" sign, vines along the screened porch windows, and a fenced garden.
Description: Three guide dogs stand in their kennels at the Cambridge Double-A Guiding Dogs, Inc. School.
Date: date unknown
Description: The G. Thompson family poses in front of their wooden house. One woman sits at a sewing machine working on a quilt while another works at a knitting machi...
Description: Photographic postcard of St. James Evangelical Lutheran Church. Trees appear to the left and right.
Description: Colorized postcard of a rural scene. A dirt path winds through the forest and a pond or stream can be seen in the lower right corner. Text above reads, "A...
Description: One of the officials looks over the results posted on the board at the Lakeland Dog Training Club obedience trials at the Cambridge High School athletic fi...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A view down South Street looking east. There is a water tower visible in the background.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Three-quarter view of the Methodist Episcopal church.
Description: Group portrait of the prize winners at the Wisconsin Policeman's Protective Association's golf tournament at the Lake Ripley Country Club in Cambridge. Sea...
Description: Gypsy, a guide dog at the Cambridge Double-A Guiding Dogs, Inc. School, and her trainer, Burlee Rowe, demonstrate how dogs are taught to pick up an article...
Description: A cottage with a "Hill-Side" sign. An outhouse is to the right of the cottage. There is a path up the hill on the left.
Description: Photographic postcard of Resident Street. The street is unpaved and a sidewalk can be seen on the left side. Homes are visible through the trees.
Description: Winning dogs and their masters at the Lakeland Dog Training Club obedience trials at the Cambridge High School athletic field. Left to right are winners, f...
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: Chapel at Willerup Camp on Lake Ripley. The camp was named for the Danish immigrant minister, Christian B. Willerup, who established the "oldest Methodist...
Description: View of Methodist Episcopal church from the street.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Methodist Episcopal Church, founded in 1851. It claims to be "the oldest Scandinavian Methodist Episcopal church in the world."
Description: Mrs. Norman Gill looks out a window from inside her home at Spring Hill Farm near Cambridge, viewing the surrounding countryside and the Koshkonong river....
Description: A hexagon-shaped chapel along the dirt road.
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