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Description: Richard Quinney and his new brother Ralph held by their mother on the front porch of the farmhouse.
Description: Young Richard Quinney atop the family's new horse-drawn grain binder in a field.
Description: Alma Schmidt Petersen, left, walks arm and arm with her sister, Clara Theresa (Tessa) Reese on the grounds of Black Point Estate. Behind them are two of A...
Description: Granary at the Quinney farm.
Description: Children at the Honey Creek State Graded School, District No. 1, commemorate the 200th anniversary of the birth of George Washington with a dance performed...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: View looking up hill, from near the shore of Geneva Lake, towards the main house at Black Point. Doors facing the lake on the first and second floors open...
Description: Poster announcing People's Art Fest, a free concert event that took place three miles west of Whitewater. Featured Soup, Fuse, Oz, Tongue, Shortstuff Hope,...
Description: Floyd Quinney focusing his Kodak Autographic on a suburban street.
Description: View across water of women and children sitting on the deck of the Sailing School Ship on Lake Geneva. Herb Taylor, partly obscured on the afterdeck, was t...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Winter scene with young Richard and Ralph Quinney hauling firewood on a sled through the snow past the farmhouse.
Date: 1960 ca.
Description: County Line Motel on U.S. Highway 14 and Wis. 11.
Description: Bridget, Floyd, Katherine (Kate), Earl (Richard) and Ralph Quinney with visiting friends in front of their family's farmhouse.
Description: A Marmon automobile, owned by Ernst Schmidt, is parked on the drive at the main house at Black Point. The laundry building is on the left.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: House built of stove-wood by David Williams in 1848-49.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Hand-colored postcard of the "Residence of H. G. Selfridge, Lake Geneva, Wis." The large Tudor influenced house has three stories and features a tall chimn...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Dr. Otto L. Schmidt, far left, is helmsman for the "Senta," sailing with a crew of three on Geneva Lake. Dr. Schmidt was the husband of Emma Seipp Schmidt,...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Two pandas "scrap" on the embossed leather cover of a scrapbook bearing the title "Snaps and Scraps." Metallic gold highlights the embossed areas. The scra...
Description: East elevation view of the main entrance to the home of James Fraser.
Description: A view from near the main house at Black Point Estate shows the brick drive and walk in the foreground. Geneva Lake is seen in the background, framed by a...
Description: Ernst Schmidt, at age 81, sits reading the "Wisconsin Magazine of History" at a table at Black Point. A telephone and lamp with a stained glass shade stand...
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