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Fisherman

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Description: The photographer, Carl A. Peterson, takes a moment to light his pipe while fishing from a boat near the family home.

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Sledders

Date: 1912 ca.

Description: Muriel and Laurie Peterson with sled reflect on the snow conditions near their home in Scandinavia, Wisconsin.

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Description: Laurie and Muriel Peterson, children of the photographer, use a high chair to talk on the phone.

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Plowing the fields

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Description: Farmer plowing field with two horses near Scandinavia.

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Boy in Boat

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Description: Laurie Peterson, son of the photographer, plays in boat. The photograph was originally titled "The Lone Boatsman".

Date: 1965 

Description: Aerial view looking west.

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Women on Stage

Date: 1916 ca.

Description: Seven women on stage, apparently in a scene from an amateur theatrical performance, wearing conventional street clothes.

Date: 1915 ca.

Description: Mr. Peterson sits in a rocking chair reading the newspaper and smoking a pipe, while Mrs. Peterson stands at the stove with their young son nearby.

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Sledding

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Description: Laurie, Muriel, and James Peterson, children of the photographer, sledding near the family home.

Date: 1965 

Description: Aerial view looking west-northwest over Silver Lake.

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Harmonica player

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Description: James Peterson, son of the photographer, playing the harmonica.

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Swiss Chapel

Date: 1955 ca.

Description: Exterior view of a Swiss chapel built by the Count and Countess Erick Von Bretzel in 1893.

Date: 1917 

Description: Carl Peterson and his children take a rest while driving their car on a rural dirt road.

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Lone Fisherman

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Description: Laurie Peterson, son of the photographer, fishes from a rock on a misty morning near the family home near Scandinavia.

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