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Date: 1903 ca.
Description: Zulime Taft Garland, wife of Hamlin Garland, holds their infant daughter Mary Isabel while sitting in a rocking chair.
Description: Albert Hammes, of West Salem, and his young helper standing in a field spearing picked tobacco on stakes to be dried in the barn.
Description: View down center of Main Street with cobblestones. There is a railroad crossing in the foreground. Service garages are on the left and right corners. Parke...
Description: Slightly elevated view of Albert Hammes, smoking a cigarette and tending to his tobacco crops. The flower tops have to be picked before harvesting to keep...
Description: View down path of Memorial Park. A pavilion in the center is surrounded by bushes and plants.
Description: The home of Hamlin Garland.
Description: View down middle of Main Street paved with cobblestones. There is a railroad crossing at the far end, and the ridge of a hill in the far background. A barb...
Description: Elevated view across water of a stone building next to an earthen dam on the La Crosse River. There is an archway on the side of the building at the river...
Description: View down middle of unpaved Main Street. There are large trees along the sidewalk on the left. Businesses line both sides of the street, and there is a sta...
Description: View along railroad tracks of the depot, with an approaching train coming from the opposite direction. Two men stand on the platform next to the building....
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: The Monroe Palmer Octagon house, built about 1852 at Neshonoc, Wisconsin, and moved to this site in 1890.
Date: date unknown
Description: Three-quarter view from across a road of the Affiliated Church. An arched stained glass window is in the front on the left. Tall rectangular stained glass...
Description: View across railroad tracks and road of the front of the Hotel May. The hotel has a wrap-around porch and balcony. Men in suits are relaxing in chairs on t...
Description: H.W. Griswold stands beside a McCormick-Deering 8-can milk cooler.
Description: View down middle of street towards central business section. On the left is a building with a belfry. Cars and businesses line both sides of the street, pe...
Description: View across set of railroad tracks of a canning factory. There are a number of warehouses and outbuildings. Trees are on a hill in the background.
Description: Eugene W. Olson and his dog, Travis, check the mailbox on a road near West Salem. In the background are fields on a hill.
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