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Description: The farmhouse of the Wetherby Cranberry Company. At the time the farmhouse was owned by H. Kissinger. In the foreground is the corner of the water reservoi...
Date: date unknown
Description: Stereograph of two men posing with a cow and her quintuplet calves. Identified as part of a "Views of Sparta and Vicinity" series.
Description: Staff Sargent Michael Linley, Mazomanie, filling out a questionnaire at Camp McCoy prior to departing for his home for a 30-day furlough before re-deployme...
Description: View down an unpaved street in a residential area, and storefronts further down. Near a garage on the right is a horse-drawn wagon and automobile. Two men...
Description: Tomah Indian School with boys standing in front of the entrance sign.
Description: The reservoir bulkhead and watershed for the Edward Hableman cranberry marshes. The reservoir was part of the irrigation system used to flood the cranberry...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Farm fields and houses.
Description: Edward Moe General Merchandise which offers groceries, dry goods, shoes, hardware, automotive supplies, Red Crown gasoline, Red Seal dry batteries, and Mob...
Description: St. Egdaht, a member of the Ski Troops, Camp McCoy, skiing.
Description: The 7575 North Port Washington Road station was built in 1966. The building itself, with its spirited architecture, bold colors, and soaring canopy, was bo...
Date: 1965-09 ca.
Description: Frank O. King and Robert Drew King relax outdoors in chairs at the Lake Flora Bell vacation home.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Court Street in Sparta.
Description: View down middle of street, with pedestrians, horses and wagons delivering milk cans. The ridge of a tree-lined hill is in the background.
Description: Corp. Anthony J. Tranpino, left, and Tech. 5th Grade Robert Wilson, right, having refreshments at Camp McCoy after arriving for a short furlough before re-...
Description: Pfc. Richard Sroda, a public information specialist with the 32nd Division, was the photographer and Sp4 David Gordon, public information specialist for th...
Description: View across unpaved street of a row of stores. On the corner is the Cashton Hardware Company. A horse and wagon is parked at the curb of H. B. Bohl City Me...
Description: Interstate Highway I-90 sign erected to point out to motorists the use of tax dollars in highway improvements.
Description: Water pouring through a dam into a reservoir. Two workers are on top of a platform over the dam.
Description: Exterior view from road of the Sparta Public Library. Reverse of the cardboard backing reads: "Carnegie bldg., 1903, cost $12,000. Architects, Schick & Rot...
Description: Members of family seated and standing near the entrance to their home. Photographs made on July 4, 1980, by Archibald of Cuban refugees who had arrived as...
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