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Description: Horse and wagon in front of a storefront on Main Street with an elevated board sidewalk. Storefronts identified from left to right as G.G. Melbye Groceries...
Description: Group in front of the storefront of the Jones and Marsh Dry Goods. John Marsh, the proprietor, is posed sitting on the left.
Date: date unknown
Description: Men posed demolishing one house and building another on the same property, possibly the R.P. Ravey property. Two boys and a girl are posed standing in the...
Description: Three men, two elderly, posed sitting in front of a house, one is holding an infant. In the shadows on the right is a woman standing on the porch. Julius D...
Description: Young man wearing a derby posed standing in the doorway of Jones and Marsh Dry Goods.
Description: Elevated view of man filling a street sprinkler or "water wagon" pulled by two horses near the intersection of First and Main Streets.
Description: Storefront of L.C. Jones and Marsh Dry Goods.
Description: Man and woman sitting in front of a morning glory vine-covered frame house, possibly Irving Nutter and his wife.
Description: View from sidewalk of a horse-drawn buggy parked along the side of Main Street, looking southeast at First Street. An immigrant couple, possibly Norwegian,...
Description: Boy pushing baby buggy down Main Street, followed by a dog. Various storefronts are visible, including the A. Meinhold Store and the First National Bank on...
Description: A group of performers takes a break from entertaining tourists. The man on the left is wearing a traditional Ho-Chunk beaded shirt, belt, and breechcloth (...
Description: Men loading barrels on horse-drawn wagons, probably the Onalaska Pickling and Canning Company on Winnebago Avenue.
Description: Sixteen men and boys posing in front of the building holding the J.W. Cole & Co. Drugstore and W. Elmore & Sons Store on the northeastern corner of Water a...
Description: Three men displaying four horses in front of a storefront, probably the Jones Lumber and Merchandise on Water Street.
Description: Girl posed standing holding the stem of a sunflower.
Description: View from street of Dr. Krohn Family Medicine Wagon pulled by a team of two horses in front of a crowd of people posed standing in front of the First Natio...
Description: Studio portrait of a seated elderly woman wearing a head scarf and a large plaid necktie.
Description: Horse-drawn float in parade promoting A.F. Werner, a local drugstore.
Description: Men and women posing in front of storefronts, Identified from left to right: the A.F. Werner Drugstore and Clothiers, and the Fair Store.
Description: Man posed standing and a seated woman in front of a morning glory vine-covered frame house, possibly Irving Nutter and his wife.
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