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Date: 2009 ca.
Description: View of Independence Opera House auditorium from balcony.
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Trempealeau County, south of Arcadia.
Description: Fourth street in Trempealeau, Wisconsin.
Description: The Melchior Hotel on the Mississippi River, with the "brewery at near end." There is a prominent stone portion at right center with several wings or addit...
Description: View of a rural church on a hill and its adjacent cemetery. Beaver Creek Lutheran Church was or still is a Norwegian church.
Description: View of stage and main floor of Independence Opera House from rear.
Description: The residence of Johns Hopkins, an artist from Whitehall.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Main Street looking south.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Green Bay and Western Depot.
Description: Largest platform mound in Trempealeau as seen from the north.
Description: Field mill powered by an International PD-40 power unit. The power unit was owned by Walter Brown; a bridge and a body of water are to the right of the bui...
Description: View of Independence Opera House, city hall, clock tower and public library building from across the street.
Description: The gardens behind the residence of Johns Hopkins, an artist from Whitehall.
Description: Close-up of replicated stencil work and molding in Independence Opera House auditorium.
Date: date unknown
Description: Three different signs with directions to Perrot State Park are lined up on bench.
Description: Group portrait of the Osseo Chieftains high school basketball team.
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: Bow of the sidewheel packet, "Quincy", sunk in 1906. People are standing on temporary pier beside her. Later raised and renamed the "J.S.".
Description: A stereograph of Trempealeau from the river.
Description: This service station located at 23923 Burrows Road (formally State Highway 93) was built in 1931, by Leo Breska. It now houses an auto-repair business, own...
Description: A marker commemorating the French fort erected by Rene Godefrey, Sieur de Linctot, which existed on this site between 1731-1736. It is thought that the sit...
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