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Date: 1905 ca.
Description: The Jefferson public High School.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: Two women sit on a bench in a park. Caption reads "Aunt Lydia with the photographer's wife Mary."
Description: View of the buildings and grounds of St. Colletta School for Exceptional Children as seen from across a road.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of a Lutheran Church featuring a large clock tower and two steeples, rose and arched windows, and an arched entrance with stairs leading up to it. An...
Description: Located at 109 North Center Avenue, this service station was built by Sylvester "Sal" Spangler.
Description: Bird's-eye view of Jefferson.
Description: View of dwellings and trees along one side of a dirt road.
Description: Tables set with tablecloths, floral arrangements, and silverware stand in rows inside the dining room at Forest Sanatorium dining room.
Date: 1869 ca.
Description: Cover of Billed-Magazin. featuring an engraved view of The Jefferson Liberal Institute.
Description: A civil war soldiers' monument stands in on the courthouse ground surrounded by a circular walkway and trees. Several buildings are visible behind the mon...
Description: Group portrait of Sister Mary Anastasia and two young girls at St. Colleta's School for Exceptional Children in Jefferson, Wisconsin. Sister Mary Anastasia...
Description: Front view of a brick building with a flat roof, chimney, and rectangular windows.
Description: Memohead of the Banner Printing Company of Jefferson, Wisconsin, which printed "The Jefferson Banner" newspaper. On the left is a banner hanging from a pos...
Description: View of the exterior of the Copeland Ryder Shoe Company, established in 1868. The three-story brick building is bordered by trees, a sidewalk, and a road a...
Description: Several storefronts stand along a street in a commercial district. with Automobiles park along either side of the street and a clock is visible on a buildi...
Description: A bridge in Jefferson popularly called "The Little Red Bridge".
Description: Men cross a bridge over Rock River near factory buildings. Published by Bachmann Drug Company.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Main Street in Jefferson with the Jefferson House visible on the left side of the picture.
Description: A cannon and statue on a lawn next to a two-story brick building. The building features a large clock tower topped by a cupola, rectangular windows, and de...
Date: 1952 ca.
Description: The Jefferson Prairie Marker, a monument marking the settlement of Jefferson Prairie in 1838. The text on the marker reads: Ole Knutson Nattestad, first No...
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