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Description: View of a lighthouse and the road leading to it. There are cumulous clouds in the sky, and pine trees lining the shore.
Description: A copy of an older photograph of the William Plocker (Plokker) Tavern south of Fairwater. An unidentified couple sits in the front yard; the man holds a ra...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Octagon house with trees.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: View of a two-story octagonal structure amongst trees. "Possibly Wisconsin's most unusual bit of 'octagonda' is just outside of Fond du Lac. John P. Macy...
Description: "Cheryl Gage, Assistant Director at the Fond du Lac Public Library, poses with a board, touting the photography of Fred H. Bandlow."
Description: Close-up view of the Republican House historical marker.
Description: The rear of the Long House with wash drying on a line.
Description: Front entrance of Octagon House.
Description: Republican candidates for state office started a week-long campaign at the Little White Schoolhouse in Ripon, the birthplace of the GOP in 1854. Standing o...
Description: Children of William A. Titus posed at the family model T Ford automobile, the first such car purchased in Fond du Lac County.
Description: Home of John McDonald, Park Avenue and Second Street. General U.S. Grant was a guest at this home at one time.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Mr. Gilbert's family stand in front of a farmhouse. The man on the left is holding what appears to be a cornstalk. Three other men, two women, and a dog po...
Description: Exterior view of a Ripon Public Library.
Description: "Bob Klink, Shirley's cousin, was our guest when we visited Trip's on 151 at Pipe."
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Elevated stereograph view of the business district with the spire of the Congregational Church in the foreground.
Description: Backyard from alley, East Franklin Street.
Description: A large wood frame mill building with one-story brick addition. There is an elevated door with a roof which was probably used for deliveries. In the far ba...
Description: Built in the mid-1930s by Clark Oil Company, this station was located along the city's gasoline alley with other gas stations, auto dealerships, and servic...
Description: View of a large house of Greek Architecture. The house has Corinthian pillars or columns. Built by John S. McDonald, and later owned by the McMillan estat...
Description: Former Lt. Governor Warren Knowles, candidate for lieutenant governor, speaks from the steps of the Little White Schoolhouse. At the doorway of the school...
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