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Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Looking down onto Main and Crescent Streets in Menomonie.
Date: date unknown
Description: School buildings in Menomonie, later a part of the Stout State College.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Stout Manual Training School.
Description: The dam and power plant on the Red Cedar River.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Stout State College Bowman Building. It is attached to the central school building by a second story bridge.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The home of Paul C. Wilson. Harvey Ellis, architect.
Description: Exterior of Masonic Temple.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: The Bertha Tainter Hall.
Description: Dam on the Red Cedar River, also showing the electric power plant and mills.
Description: Collage photographic postcard of scenes of Colfax. In the center oval is the text, "Colfax, Wis. Looks Good To Me," however the "Looks Good To Me" is cross...
Date: 1975 ca.
Description: The interior of the Mabel Tainter Memorial Theater, designed by architect Harvey Ellis. The Mabel Tainter Memorial building was a facility erected in 1889-...
Description: The Dunn County Normal and Agricultural School.
Description: Main Street.
Description: The Mabel Tainter Memorial building designed by Harvey Ellis.
Description: Gymnasium and natatorium.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: The Central School, later apart of Stout State College.
Description: Stout State College building. The buildind is labeled as the Central School building and is attached to the Bowman Building by a second story bridge.
Description: Senator J.H. Stout's residence.
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