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Description: Man and woman, with umbrella, posing with a girl and baby in a wicker baby carriage in front of a frame house, number 419.
Description: Hugh Price in a top-buggy and two horses posing in front of the home of W.T. Price.
Description: Men displaying draft horses in town.
Description: Man in a buggy driving a team of two horses, possibly Abe Bailey.
Description: Six women, six children, and a man examining a bobsled hitched to a horse.
Description: View from street of remaining storefronts of two damaged buildings.
Description: Girl posed standing holding the stem of a sunflower.
Description: Wagon pulling "Kangaroo Court" through town, probably a promotion for local amateur theatricals. The man on the left is Earl "Dusty" Rhodes, a steam engine...
Description: Man, woman, and boy posing in front of a frame house, while a man, girl, and boy pass on the board sidewalk.
Description: Man driving cattle down Main Street and around the corner down First Street. Storefronts identified from left to right: Monsos Brothers Groceries, Eckern's...
Description: Large group posed on a staircase, possibly a fancy dress party.
Date: date unknown
Description: Main Street storefronts, identified from left to right as: The Fair ["Bargains in Everything" on the awnings], and Eckern Jeweler. Banner across Main Stree...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View up hill towards farmhouse. There is a woman using a hand pump in the yard on the right.
Description: View from street of the Rozmenoski Brothers Meat Market, on a side street of town, in the Adam Best Building, built in 1914. A man stands inside behind the...
Description: Exterior view of frame house with two floors, probably the residence of L.C. Jones. Torn down in 1994.
Description: Three women and a man stand on a tree-lined, board sidewalk in front of a storefront and houses.
Description: Man posing with a horse decked in netting.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: View of a Lutheran church.
Description: Woman posed sitting in front of a frame house.
Description: A woman poses standing on a board sidewalk in front of a wooden building, possibly on the east side of South First Street.
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