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Description: Like many early settlements of southeastern Wisconsin, Clinton was founded in 1836 by Yankees--imigrants from New England and New York.
Date: date unknown
Description: Photographic postcard from street of the exterior view of a hotel, mostly obscured by trees. A horse and carriage with its driver and passengers is parked...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Home Store, Prairie Farm, Wisconsin. Shows right side facing building.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Exterior view of The Cumberland Hotel. The hotel opened in March of 1891 and was demolished in 1965.
Description: Cameron Street Scene, primarily documenting the Boortz Garage and Sales Room and its curbside gas pumps.
Description: Exterior view of Rice Lake City Hall.
Description: Home store, Prairie Farm. Includes additional buildings.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Multiples views of Haugen, including a church, a school with a group of students posed outside, and a train.
Description: Knapp Stout and Co. flour mill. The mill was built in 1880 and was destroyed by a fire in 1911.
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., with his arms spread wide, speaking from the back of a wagon. It was in part due to his vigorous speaking style that La Follett...
Date: 1937 ca.
Description: View of Carnegie Library on the corner of South Main Street and West Messenger, Rice Lake.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View of the railroad station for the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Omaha Railway Company.
Description: Iva Rindlisbacher (left), Helene Stratman-Thomas, and Lois Rindlisbacher at the Swiss bells. The bells stand was built by Otto Rindlisbacher, Iva's husband...
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., speaking to a crowd from back of a wagon. This image is one of a series of views of his appearance at a fair in Cumberland, Wi...
Description: Home Store or Big Store was built by Mr. George Scott in 1901, and was the town's main general store, which was built to replace the old Knapp, Stout & Com...
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., campaigning in Cumberland. La Follette led the reform faction in Wisconsin's Republican party and in 1900, he was elected gover...
Description: Exterior of the Scott's residence.
Description: A boat sits along the wooded shore of Rice Lake.
Description: View down a street in Chetek.
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., with his fist in the air, speaking from the back of a wagon. It was in part due to his vigorous speaking style that La Follette...
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