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Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a small Ho-Chunk girl posed sitting on a stool on top of a chair. She is wearing a white dress. Her face...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk man and woman, identified as Frank Washington Lincoln (ChakShepKonNeKah) and his first wife, Betty Otter Lincoln (NaChoPinWin...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk man, Raymond Pettibone, posed sitting and wearing a hat in front of a painted backdrop.
Description: Four boys posed standing and sitting among the debris of a collapsed wooden building at the Jackson County Fairgrounds, probably caused by a tornado.
Date: date unknown
Description: View across field of farm buildings, a frame house, cattle in a corral, and a large haystack. A group of people and buggies is posed outdoors near the farm...
Description: Men parading down street with axes over their shoulders. Probably the Modern Woodmen of America, a fraternal insurance body in the 1890s which was strong i...
Description: Three female telephone operators working at the telephone switchboard. Dog sleeps in the lower left.
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Elderly woman sitting in a rocking chair knitting in front of a window.
Description: Four men stand in front of a hay wagon that is pulled by a two-horse team. One of these men could be H. John Dietrich.
Description: Copy photograph of a Native American/Sioux man with white hair. He is wearing a bear claw necklace. The photograph is inscribed, "Sioux Indian, Black Hills...
Description: Copy photograph of a studio portrait of two Ho-Chunk women, both wearing ear bobs, necklaces, and stoles. Minnie White Yellow Thunder, the wife of Archie Y...
Description: Man and woman posed sitting in a yard in front of a two-story frame house with a young girl and a young woman standing next to them. On the far left two ot...
Description: A blower is attached to a steam tractor by a belt and blows grain into a barn. A man stands by the tractor while others stand on the blower near the barn.
Description: A studio portrait of two women and a dog in front of a painted backdrop and near a prop stone wall. The dog is posed sitting on top of the stone column bet...
Date: 1893 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of the Yeatman sisters resting their arms on a piece of furniture in front of a painted backdrop.
Description: Studio portrait of a young Ho-Chunk man with short hair posed sitting and wearing a suit and necktie.
Description: A woman wearing a dress with elaborate stitching on the front and neck sits in a chair for a studio portrait.
Description: Six women, two men, and a girl posed sitting and standing near a table under the awning of two tents in a clearing in the woods.
Description: A group of Ho-Chunk men and boys stand in front of two canvas tents set up at a Ho-Chunk gathering, possibly a cranberry camp. The smiles on their faces an...
Description: Man in a sulky, probably Eugene Greenlee, the Superintendent of Water Works, possibly pulled by a race horse.
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