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Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A view of of the street and Dill Hospital, a small brick building containing the offices of Dr. Charles Dill. The hospital looks like a storefront, and the...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of two young Ho-Chunk women and a Ho-Chunk infant. The woman sitting on the left is wearing regalia, and the...
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Backyard garden with a plank path bordered on one side by a wooden fence. A clothesline stretches across the yard from a fence post.
Description: View looking up towards large rock formation with trees at Devil's Lake. A man is standing at the top of the rock formation on the right, and on the left a...
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Waist-up studio portrait, with accompanying obituary entry, of Major John Wesley Powell (1834-1902), American soldier, explorer, and geologist. Best known...
Description: An idyllic afternoon in the Capitol Park, showing groups of men and women seated on benches and conversing. The reproduction Centennial fountain is almost...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Street side view of West Broad Street including shopfronts, foot traffic, a trolley and horse drawn wagons. Ed N. Burdick, number 17.
Description: Three men fish with long cane poles at a rock lined stream.
Description: Portrait of two smiling Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) women identified as Clara St. Cyr, a Nebraska Winnebago, left, and Lucy Davis (NukZeeKah), the sister of John...
Description: Two women and a man stand in the distance on the crest of a grassy rise.
Description: Building with tower from street level. Two flags fly from the building. A short letter is written in the sky area of the postcard.
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: Only the salvaged planking behind the Forward statue created by Jean Pond Miner indicates that anything more is going on in this picture than a peaceful su...
Description: A group of men stand in front of the Schwaller building on Pine Street with two male deer carcasses on the board sidewalk. The man touching the antlers is...
Description: Rudolf Herrling farm looking west from the sawmill platform. Three men are near horses and carts in a fenced-in area. In the background is the farmhouse.
Description: International Harvester's first headquarters building at 7 Monroe Street on the northwest corner of Michigan Avenue. IHC later sold the building and proper...
Description: Elevated view of the railroad yards and station.
Description: A well-dressed man stands on barren, sandy soil identified as an Indian village site near Okee. Near him the soil is stained darker than the surrounding ar...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: View of Main Street. The handwriting on the photograph reads, "Main St. West from Park Hotel, Berlin Wis."
Description: View of the river, paper mill, and houses.
Description: Monument in Washington Park. On image, statement 'to be unveiled in the spring of 1908." Monument has two male figures side by side on a plinth in the cen...
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