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Description: Young Caucasian boys dressed like Native Americans as part of their YMCA "Indian Guides" program. They are being directed by the "All Nations Chief" Henry...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Heg Farm. The home was built by the Hegs after their immigration from Lier, Norway in 1840 and before the Civil War. The barn (back seen in image ID 41495)...
Description: Carl, Robert, and Ray Breecher at work on their modified parasol Heath airplane. After months of hard work, the plane was completely destroyed during a tes...
Description: Ole Heg Store, once also the home of Elias Strangeland (sp?). The original building was of log construction which was later boarded over.
Description: Employees of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway in the company's Waukesha office. Left to right they are Carl Mix, Ruth McGeen, Clarence Mica (seat...
Description: Camp home, residence of Dan L. Camp, writer and historian.
Description: Left to right: Brigadier General Ralph M. Immell; Cadet Lieutenant Howard B. Woodside; Governor Julius Heil; Cadet Captain Henry Fromm; Col. Roy Farrand, h...
Description: View of the house in which Rev. A.L. Lindsley and his family lived in 1846. In it were born Julia West, Addison Alexander, and Justus (who died there at n...
Description: Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne discuss the newspaper in their drawing room at Ten Chimneys.
Description: Ole Heg store, once also the home of Elias Stangeland (sp?). The original building was of log construction which was later boarded over. Woman standing in...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View of a boathouse across from Edgerton Flats with a row of boats in front of the building. Two men stand on the pier.
Description: Front view of church building.
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: Stereoview of the Townsend House boathouse across a lake.
Description: Exterior view of the John Estburg house, built around 1840.
Description: View of Stone Church, built by Rev. A.L. Lindsley.
Description: Northwest elevation of the William Smith farmhouse.
Description: View of the Bridgeman house with three adults and a child posed in front of it.
Description: A ham radio operator uses his home radio equipment to allow Wisconsin residents far from home to link to family members via a radio-phone connection.
Description: Ed Westrick, the president of Genesse Trailmakers Club, and his family pose on their snowmobiles on a lawn.
Date: 1949 ca.
Description: Norwegian church. Interior view of old log church, the first church built by Norwegians in America in 1843.
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